An afternoon in Berlin

On my first afternoon in Berlin, I wanted to cross some things off my list. What’s the list, you’re going to ask. Well, whenever I am going to a place I’ve never been to before, my mother sends me a list of the things I should see. She arranges her suggestions as a plan for as many days I have available. I don’t necessarily stick to that plan, but I try to cross as many things as possible from the list, in this case, the Reichstag building with its imposing architecture, Unter den Linden boulevard, Brandenburg Gate, the museum island, Hackescher Markt and Oranienburger Strasse. That was a long nice walk that gave me a sense of the city. The next day though I decided to rent a bike instead…

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  • Berlin is the only city I’ve visited so far, where I would recommend doing a bus/boat tour cause it’s way too large to see everything on foot! Kudos for that walk. I’d have been so exhausted 😀

    • I love walking until I can’t walk anymore when I’m visiting cities I’ve never been to before. But a bus tour is way less tiring, so I’ll keep that in mind for my next visit!

  • Φτιάξε μας τη διάθεση Κυρία ,μου….Τέλειο το Βερολίνο όλες τις εποχές!!!

    • Αν σας την έφτιαξα, είμαι πολύ ευτυχής! 🙂 🙂

  • You totally saw a lot on foot! I’ve never been to Berlin, but I get this feeling that it’s more spread out than other European cities.