, Germany’s capital is a thriving European and international center of media, culture, politics and science. Known across the world for its rich cultural scene, famous clubs and intriguing restaurants, Berlin comes packed with a huge amount of museums, galleries and events. After the destruction of the city during World War II and the division by the Berlin Wall, present Berlin
has been rebuilt and turned into one of the world’s most famous and attractive cities. If you have not yet been to Berlin, you should seriously consider a visit to this vibrant and dynamic city. Our bus company Coach Charter Germany
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If you need some suggestions as to which places to visit in Berlin, we are happy to share few recommendations with you. No matter where in Berlin you plan to go, keep in mind that our Coach Charter Germany’s airport shuttle and tour bus coaches are the perfect means to travel around the city comfortably and in style.
1. Museum Island
The Museum Island, located in the north of the Spree Island, is a famous UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers some of Berlin’s oldest and renowned museums such as Old Museum, the New Museum, and the Pergamon Museum. Of course, you can find other museums across the city as well. Rent your own Coach Charter Germany’s charter bus for your cultural day trip.
The Reichstag building was completed in 1894 and was used as the seat of the Reichstag of the German Empire until it was destroyed in 1933.
After the reunification of Germany and a decade of reconstruction, the Reichstag became the seat of the German Bundestag ( parliament) in 1999.
A special feature of this impressive architectural reconstruction is the glass dome, which offers an exciting view of the city.
3. Brandenburg Gate
The Brandenburg Gate is certainly the landmark icon of Berlin, known worldwide and visited millions of times by tourists from all over the world.
Located near the Reichstag on Pariser Platz, which houses many important buildings and institutions, such as the Hotel Adlon or the Academy of Arts, a visit to the Brandenburg Gate is a must for every visitor to Berlin.
4. Potsdamer Platz
Potsdamer Platz was the busy and lively heart of Berlin before the Second World War, and a no man's land after 1945 until the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.
After 1989, the face of Potsdamer Platz changed fundamentally and is now dominated by the presence of the Sony Center, various skyscrapers and a large number of shops.
In addition, Potsdamer Platz is the most important place to be for stars and celebrities, not just during the film festivals.
5. Berlin Wall Memorial
The Berlin Wall Memorial is located between the Wedding and Mitte districts in Bernauer Strasse and is the central memorial for the division of Germany.
There is a monument to the victims of the wall, a documentation center and the Chapel of Reconciliation. The preserved 1.4 km long part of the wall and the watchtower enable visitors to get an authentic feeling for the brutal reality of the border facilities at the time.
6. Checkpoint Charlie
This fascinating tourist attraction marks the former border crossing between East and West Berlin, and is reminiscent of the Cold War and the division of Berlin.
Checkpoint Charlie offers numerous exhibits and artifacts that trace the history of human rights, as well as exhibits that deal specifically with the history of the Berlin Wall, and Checkpoint Charlie.
7. Charlottenburg Palace
The magnificent Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin's oldest and largest Prussian estate is located just outside the city center in the Charlottenburg district. It was the main residence of German Royalty for decades. The huge palace houses beautiful collections of porcelain and paintings, and is located in the middle of a picturesque palace garden, inspired by the Versailles gardens, right next to the Spree river.
8. Jewish Museum Berlin
The unmistakable exterior of the Jewish Museum Berlin, designed by architect Daniel Libeskind, makes it one of the most distinctive landmarks in Berlin.
Founded in 2001, visitors will find a multitude of historical artifacts and donated collections inside, which vividly illustrate the long history and struggle of Jewish Germans from the middle ages to the present.
9. Memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe
The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
is a remarkable testimony to the people of Germany and their commitment to never ignore the atrocities of the past. Also known as the Holocaust Memorial, this striking and distinctive Berlin landmark attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world every year.
The Kurfürstendamm, Berlin's world-famous shopping mile, where the noblest brands and large fashion chains have settled, extends from the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on Breitscheidtplatz to Berlin's noble residential area on Halensee. The KaDeWe, the largest department store on mainland Europe, is located at Tauentzienstrasse, the extension of Kurfürstendamm.
For young visitors to Berlin, Zoo Berlin, Germany's oldest zoo, is an absolute highlight
Your airport shuttle bus by Coach Charter Germany will pick you up from Berlin’s Airports or every location you choose. If you intend to visit Berlin, hiring your own private charter bus and driver is a relaxing, safe, flexible, and comfortable way to travel. Whether you need a solution for large group travel or just a family trip, our charter bus company Coach Charter Germany is your partner to make your trip work smothly.
We are a bus rental company with decades of experience in the field. We have the fleet, drivers, and knowledge to make your Berlin visit a success.
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