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Love Berlin in 3 Days

Love Berlin in 3 Days

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Berlin is big, bustling and beautiful. To experience the capital in only 1, 2 or 3 days seems just impossible. Every average guidebook overstrains you with informations, must-see-places and attractions. This Guide is written by a local and makes Berlin manageable for you! It gives you a range of possibilities for every day and guides you instead of confusing you. Each day shows you 10 places in Berlin for learning about history, watching art, eating, shopping and for partying. So you won't miss neither big sights like Brandenburger Tor nor insider tips for food or drinks.

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Love Berlin in 3 Days
Love Berlin in 3 Days
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Berlin is big, bustling and beautiful. To experience the capital in only 1, 2 or 3 days seems just impossible. Every average guidebook overstrains you with informations, must-see-places and attractions. This Guide is written by a local and makes Berlin manageable for you! It gives you a range of possibilities for every day and guides you instead of confusing you. Each day shows you 10 places in Berlin for learning about history, watching art, eating, shopping and for partying. So you won't miss neither big sights like Brandenburger Tor nor insider tips for food or drinks.

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Cô Cô Bánh mì Deli
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Cô Cô Bánh mì Deli Rosenthaler Straße 2, Berlin

Looking for an unusual but healthy snack? Cô Cô Bánh mì Deli offers Vietnamese Salads and Sandwiches.

Cô Cô Bánh mì Deli is a small Deli near Rosenthaler Platz that offers a special thing: Vietnamese sandwiches. Sounds strange, tastes great! Bánh mì is the original word for it and is a real specialty from Vietnam. The owner Anh Vu remembers it from his childhood and wanted to share ...

Haus Schwarzenberg
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Haus Schwarzenberg Rosenthaler Straße 39, Berlin

Haus Schwarzenberg is the last unrenovated building in this more tidy area. It is home of street art and international subculture.

Haus Schwarzenberg has kept its authentic character and is a memorial to the 1990's when squatters and artists ruled this shabby area. Walk through the tunnel and enter another world. In the backyard you will meet some strange creatures in the backyard. ...

Quchnia
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Quchnia Markgrafenstraße 35, Berlin

Quchnia is warm, cosy and charming – the perfect coffee place to let the day fade away…

Next to the German Dome at Gendarmenmarkt Quchnia welcomes you in a stylish but warm atmosphere. Big armchairs invite you to have a breakfast in the morning or some coffee and cake in the afternoon. The selection of tea and pastries is huge! Try a fresh ginger tea with lemon and mint or a Mango ...

Schleusenkrug
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Schleusenkrug Müller-Breslau-Straße 1, Berlin

Schleusenkrug is a typical German beer garden but not in a Bavarian style but in the Berlin way of life!

Hidden in the bushes of the big park Tiergarten but not far away from the train station Zoologischer Garten Schleusenkrug gravitates everyone in their beer garden. Opened in 1954 near the watergate (in German Schleuse) of a small arm of the river Spree it used to be a small kiosk ...

Unter den Linden
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Unter den Linden Unter den Linden, Berlin

Stroll like a bon vivant in 1800! Unter den Linden is the biggest and most beautiful boulevard in the heart of Berlin.

The first Linden (lime trees) where planted here in 1647. But it was Frederick the Great who turned the street into a real boulevard in the 18th century. Today it still preverses this atmosphere. Many old and important buildings stand along the road. First the ...

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Sarah Curth 1 guides

Born in 1989 in eastern part of Berlin. Grew up in Leipzig. Came back for studying German literature in 2007. Live here now as a (copy)writer and editor. Interested in my city, DIY-things, cinema, fashion, writing.

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