Berlin is Germany’s capital and the largest city in the country. Berlin has become very popular with students and young artists, writers, and creatives who have become the city’s new immigrants. While I dislike the “industrial” look of the city, the art, history, and nightlife cannot be beaten. Berlin is an old city with a young heart and one of the most fun, coolest, diverse. and eclectic cities in Europe. There’s a constant sense of motion here.

Berlin Wall Memorial:

Germany’s central memorial to the victims of the Berlin Wall, the Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer (Berlin Wall Memorial) stretches for 1 mile (1.4km) along Bernauer Strasse, along the actual course of the Wall. This is the best place to learn how all the elements of the hated barrier and "death strip" fit together, how the border fortifications were enlarged and perfected over time, and what impact they had on the daily lives of people on both sides.

Checkpoint Charlie:

Although Checkpoint Charlie has mostly degenerated into a tourist trap, it’s still an essential place to visit. The principal gateway for foreigners and diplomats between the two Berlins, it was here where the world stood on the brink of WWIII when US and Soviet tanks faced off in 1961. A free outdoor exhibit chronicles milestones in Cold War history.

East Side Gallery:

A colorful memorial to freedom, the East Side Gallery sits along the Spree River and is the longest remaining section of the Berlin Wall. Shortly after its fall in November 1989, more than 100 artists from all over the world turned it into an open-air gallery covered in declarations of peace and other, often politically minded murals

Museum Island:

Museum Island is a complex of five museums – Pergamonmuseum, Bode-Museum, Neues Museum, Alte Nationalgalerie and Altes Museum – that collectively enjoy Unesco World Heritage status. While you’ll need to pay entry to peruse artefacts within, strolling the island to take in the magnificent architecture costs you nothing.



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Nitin Bura – March 19, 2019:

We did the tour at the beginning of March, and although the weather was cold, we did not see the time go by. The visit was very interesting. Our guide always answered our questions. For those who are wondering or hesitating because of the length of the visit, it is never boring. Next time we come to Berlin, we will do the other tours available - so yes we would recommend choosing them for guided tours in Berlin.

Rekha Bharadwaj – October 27, 2019:

My wife and I went to Berlin last weekend and I had booked via Fly bagna. My wife and I both love history and our travel guide was so knowledgeable and enthusiastic and energetic.His family witnessed the time of the wall going up and he grew up in West Berlin and remembers when it came down. So insightful. I can't recommend them enough.

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