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Berlin, one of the oldest and most storied cities in Europe, offers a variety of local places, attractions, and activities any tourist can enjoy. The city is full of historical attractions, outside cafes, and a nightlife that's hard to beat.

Because there are so many things to do in Berlin, Expedia recommends you carry a map of the area at all times with you. If you're unsure about where to go, try taking an aerial tour of the city first. The city's main attractions, including the Reichstag, the Parliament and parts of the Berlin Wall, can all be seen from above. Berlin tours from the air also offer an extra audio package for individuals who wish to learn about the city's history at the same time.

After experiencing breathtaking views of the city, a visit to Museum Island should be a must see on everyone's list on their Berlin excursions. While there are many top museums located in this UNESCO heritage site, the Neues Museum, which houses some of the best Egyptian artifacts to date, is a place that cannot be missed.

Germany is famous for its loud-singing and friendly citizens, and there is no other place like Mauer Park where this rings true. Mauer Park is one of the most well-known local spots in Berlin and offers tourists an excellent way to experience some German festivities. Once you're there, however, you will have so much fun you may never want to leave.

There are so many attractions in Berlin that many people often have a hard time figuring out which ones to visit. While many tourists only plan to spend a weekend in this wonderful city, the amount of Berlin activities available will keep you here for much longer than anticipated.

Things to Do in Berlin with Kids

There's fun for the whole family wherever you go in Berlin. Here are a few family friendly experiences to try together that are sure to make your getaway unforgettable:

Free things to do in Berlin

Vacationing in Berlin on a budget? The following can be seen for nothing.

Deutsch-Russisches Museum Berlin-Karlshorst - Check if there are any special displays, exhibits or guided tours on at this popular museum.

Yellow Man Mural - Spend time here and enjoy an insight into the artistic and cultural side of the area.

Shell-Haus - Stop by this modern landmark and be inspired by its design.

Gedenkstätte Deutscher Widerstand - Detour to this historic site and learn a few things about the area's cultural heritage.

Parisier Platz - Find out for yourself why both visitors and locals love the atmosphere of this place.

Museum Island (Museumsinsel) - Just being close to the water is guaranteed to leave you feeling rejuvenated and calm.

Victory Column - If you'd love to explore some of the more important or unique places in the community, it's worth visiting this place.

Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church - Mix a bit of spirituality into your trip by spending some time at this religious sanctuary.

Teufelsberg - Take your camera and let Mother Nature stimulate your imagination.

Körnerpark - Recharge your mind and soul by spending a bit of time with Mother Nature.

Explore the Neighborhoods of Berlin


Berlin’s central district is a convergence of quaint residential streets, sprawling Soviet squares and some of Europe’s most revered museums.



One of Berlin’s coolest neighborhoods has a long history of youthful indulgence, a diverse ethnic population and some of the city’s best entertainment precincts.


Prenzlauer Berg

Romantic cobbled streets, lazy weekend breakfasts and a lively flea market have made this district a favorite among families and young couples.



Straddling the eastern side of the River Spree, this former industrial precinct is today the home of some of Berlin’s most progressive nightclubs.



The glamorous heart of former West Berlin remains one of Berlin’s most coveted neighborhoods and the city’s premier retail destination.



Wedding is a destination travelers like for its restaurants, and you might hop aboard the metro at Rehberge U-Bahn or Seestrasse U-Bahn to explore sights like Plötzensee.


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