......Berlin TV Tower. When I visit a city I like to see it from above. So I look for high spots. This was the one for Berlin. Entrance fee: 10 euro. Expect a long queue. The good thing is that there is a screen that at show the numbers for entrance. You have a number on the ticket so you know when to go up. While waiting, have a coffee at Starbucks (about 3-4 euro) or a wurst (2,5-3 euro). Nothing much to do up there. Just the view. Great view. Both East and West Berlin. The Park, the Cathedral, the Parlament, even the Gate.
Pictures of the towers in the world. I visited some of them. such as Macau Tower, Auckaland Tower...
Empire State Building...
Views from the top - Spree River
You can see the park here. It's huge. Tiergarten. At the closer end there is the Brandenburg Gate.
This is the Beliner Dome. huge and beautiful. with entrance fee. 5 euro.
Again St Mary Church. View from above.
City Hall - close up
St. Mary Church, right next to the Tower and Neptune Fountain Neptune Fountain and the Berliner Dom cupola Detail of the Neptune statue
There is a ring on the globe that seems to be made of mirrors. It's the observation point. The wurst man. They are everywhere. 2 to 4 euro, depending on what you have. Even if you're not hungry you buy one. Because on the streets all the people are either eating or drinking.
Bell tower and Tv tower
Inside St Mary's church
Art Museum. But I'm not absolutely sure. Sorry.
The History Museum. In Berlin most of the museum are gathered in what they call Museumsinsel. The island of the musums.
Reichstag - The German Parliament. it can be visited but there was a looong queue
A monument dedicated to the Russian soldier
Picnic in Tiegarter. Right in the middle of the city. Barbacue, beer, wine... but it's silence. No loud music. Which is perfect.
Berlin Victory Column
Brandemburg Gate by night
After that we went to the Deutsche Opera to see Traviata. The story is here
It was a wonderful experience. It's a great city and I have seen everything. I have to go back. Soon.