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Berlin is centuries old – yet also totally new and so diverse. This vibrant city is home to everything from historic buildings to memorials and modern industrial heritage sites. Trace the route of the Berlin Wall, or climb to one of the city’s vantage points and enjoy the stunning panoramic views across the German capital.
No, it’s not time to head home just yet, plus you won’t be taking any flights from this airport. This is the Tempelhof Airport, it was used by the American military and commercial airlines to fly in and out of West Berlin during the Cold War. With East Germany surrounding the city, Tempelhof Airport was a lifeline for West Berlin from 1948 ...
It's 30-60 minutes from Berlin by train. There are 3 ways to get from the BER airport to the city: Use public transport You can take a train from BER airport to Berlin, even at night. There are trains every few minutes. Use Google Maps to find directions. The train ride takes 30 to 45 minutes.
8. Stroll around Berlin Zoo. Berlin’s Zoo is another top thing to do in Berlin and should definitely not be missing on your Berlin itinerary. And it’s not just any zoo, it’s the oldest surviving and best-known zoo in Germany. With a total of 35 hectares to explore, you might want to spend the whole day here.
Berlin is not only the largest but also the greenest city in Germany? Around 30 percent of the entire 892 square kilometres is green space and woodlands. The streets are lined with some 431,000 trees. 2,500 parks and green areas offer Berlin residents and visitors space to rest and relax.