Four days in Berlin

Day 1: First, visit the Reichstag, one of Berlin’s most popular sites for visitors but worth the queues. Next head to the Brandenburg Gate for a cheesy but necessary tourist photo on your way to the Holocaust Memorial. From here you can work your way up to Potsdamer Platz and down Stressmannstraße to the Topography […]

Day 1: First, visit the Reichstag, one of Berlin’s most popular sites for visitors but worth the queues. Next head to the Brandenburg Gate for a cheesy but necessary tourist photo on your way to the Holocaust Memorial. From here you can work your way up to Potsdamer Platz and down Stressmannstraße to the Topography Terror exhibition, and if you’ve got any energy left, head to Checkpoint Charlie and check out the museum – this is best to do in the evenings to avoid the crowds and the children on school tours.

Day 2: Alexanderplatz has a long history in Berlin and is a good place to do some wandering around and take some snapshots of the Fernsehturm, one of the city’s most famous landmarks. From here you are only a short walk away from Museuminsel, where you can enjoy the museums or the sprawling lawn in front of Altes Museum. Next head to Beckers Fritten for some famous chips with special sauce, before checking out some of the bars and clubs.

Day 3: If it’s a Tuesday or a Friday, start off the day at Kreuzberg’s Turkish Market. From here you can walk to the East Side Gallery and take in the colours of the graffitied wall remnants. From here it’s a five minute walk to the S-Bahn where you can jump on a train to Treptower Park – take a picnic for lunch, some bevvies and a frisbee!
Check out the large Soviet Memorial whilst you’re here. Then head around the river, past a large sculpture in the river of three men moving in to an embrace, and end up for some drinks at the very cool barge bar Club Divisionair.

Day 4: Today, walk along Auguststraße taking in all the small art galleries around this area. Walk until you end up at Tacheles to see Berlin at its creative best. Spend the afternoon relaxing at a Turkish Shisha bar in Oranienburger Straße if you will. Then, for dinner, go to Mehringdamm Strasse U-Bahn station because the three men at Mustafa’s Kebab Van make the best kebabs in the world. Get your dancing shoes on and Russian jig the night away at Kaffee Burger.

Again this summer, four days become four months. Our Curso/CTR Berlin summer project 2013 starts on the 1st June. Welcome to Berlin!
Team Curso/CTR Berlin

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