Enjoy Your Holidays In Berlin, Germany!

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Berlin Germany is one place that many people know about but tend to forget about when trying to plan a vacation. Planning a vacation can be very time consuming and difficult and certain places can tend to leave people's minds when they plan.Berlin is one of those places that can tend to be left off the list because many people don't know what is in Berlin.

There are limitless attractions that you should see while visiting Berlin. This capital has over 170 museums and palaces, more than enough for an art lover. The Museuminsel is the most relevant museum complex in Germany (found on the UNESCO World Heritage List) - it hosts 5 separate museums, visited every year by more than 800.000 tourists.

To really get a feeling on Berlin today as well as its interesting history, try this sightseeing tour around the city:

Prater Garten - This traditional Berlin restaurant serves German food at affordable prices.

Tiergarten Quelle - Another German restaurant that serves up home cooked meals at a mid to high-end price bracket.

Berlin wall: Berlin wall was once a border between the east and the west. Even though most of it was demolished, you can still see some of it in the southern part and some of the border

Museum Island: If you are into history and museums, then, museum islands are a must see for you. Museum Island consists of around 7 museums. Antikensammlung Berlin, Alte Nationalgalerie, Egyptian Museum, Altes Museum, Bode Neues Museum, Pergamon Museum.
Other Museums: There are other museums in Mitte, Moabit, Tiergaten, wedding and many more which give you a beautiful view of History and the historical events.

Der Goldener Hahn - A charming Italian eatery serving up traditional Italian meals rather than just pasta and pizza.

Berlin's sports clubs and the stadium are well known throughout Germany, and many people travel to use the facilities. Although Berlin is often thought of because of the football and summer sports, during the winter months, ice hockey dominates the sporting events.

For a late-night meal:

After arriving, make your way to the chic Mitte area for a meal at Weinbar Rutz, serving food late for post-theatre customers. The weinbar's first floor serves up more traditional German fare a la carte with equally delicious wines upstairs, which is the weinbar's fine dining, Michelin-star experience with set course meals.

Meininger Hostel - This bar is huge with seven floors and roof terrace!
Rockz - This bar is exactly what it sounds like it should be - a rockers bar!
Watergate Club - This provides the setting for a crazy and wild night on the banks of the river.

Any place is a good place to go and party in Berlin, but these neighbourhoods are in fashion: Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg and Friedrichshain. Friedrichshain district is the most progressive at the moment. After German reunification, many artists and students moved from West Berlin to Friedrichshain. Every Friday and Sunday evening, lots of teenagers and friendly punks fill the Friedrichshain squares until the early hours, bottles in hand.

Oni is an articles writer whose major area of focus is travel where she shares lots of travel information. In this article she is now sharing her experience about Berlin the famous destination for break. If you want to Enjoy Shorts Breaks in Berlin. Please visit www.myberlin.co.uk.

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