Alexanderplatz

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1. Alexanderplatz

 

Alexanderplatz

💳 Admission: - €

🕒 Open: All day long

The former downtown of the eastern part of Berlin. Nowadays a spot for youth people to meet for shopping, eating or go for party. The Alexanderplatz is famous for it's train which are driving over the places so be careful when you walk there. In winter is here a nice Christmas market you should visit.

 

Also famous for the Alexanderplatz is the clock which shows the time of every place in the world. Please be always aware of pickpockets. It's kind of common to loose here your belongings.

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2. Weltzeituhr (World time clock)

 

Weltzeituhr

💳 Admission: - €

🕒 Open: All day long

The Weltzeituhr was build in 1969 and should show the modern way of constructions in the DDR to that time It shows the time of 146 places in the world and is the reason why it's called "Weltzeituhr" (world time clock). It's a good spot for youth to gather. Close to the Weltzeituhr you can find a large mall called Alexa with tons of stores. Check it out. If someone is hungry go try the Kebab in the station in front of Mc Donald's.

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3. Fernsehturm (Television Tower)

 

Fernsehturm

💳 Admission: 17,50-25.50 €

🕒 Open: All day long

Also published in 1969 and made by the DDR regime was the second tallest tv tower in the world around that time. It's since now the tallest building in Germany. For sure you can go on the top and enjoy in the restaurant the view above Berlin. Interesting fact, the ball moves one time around itself in exactly 1 h. So it's able to see everything of Berlin. The entry fee for the observation deck is 17,50 € what is around $ 20. The ticket for the restaurant is 22,50 € for the inner tables and 25,50 € for a table at the window, which is actually a must, when you go to the restaurant (observation deck included) for kids are for sure cheaper tickets available.

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4. St. Marienkirche (Marien church)

St. Marienkirche

💳 Admission: - €

🕒 Open: All day long

The ev. Marienkirche (Marien church) was build around 1270. Fortunaly this is one of the few churches which got not destroyed during the World War II. It was one of the places the citisins where able to visit the service after the war. Today it's still in use and people can even enter and participate at the service. Feel free to go inside and take a look.

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5. Neptune Fountaine

The Neptune Fountain

💳 Admission: - €

🕒 Open: All day long

The Neptune Fountain was build in 1891 and was a present for the Imperior Wilhelm II. It was original build in front of the former castle of Berlin but with its demolition the fountain was moved in 1951. After 18 years in 1969 with the rebuilding of the Alexanderplatz it found its place at the new Alexanderplatz like the tv tower and the "Weltzeituhr".  You can also see the town hall of Berlin nearby. Its the big red house with the flag of Berlin on the top. It's the office of the mayor of Berlin.

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6. DDR Museum

DDR Museum

💳 Admission: 10 €

🕒 Open: 9:00-21:00

Be part of the history. In the DDR museum you will be able to understand the history of the old regime DDR. It's open everyday from 9 am to 9 pm and cost for adults around 10 €. If you by them online it's even cheaper.

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7. Berliner Dom (Dom of Berlin)

 

Berliner Dom

💳 Admission: 7 €

🕒 Open: 9:00-19:00

The Dom of Berlin is also an ev. church and was build from 1894 until 1905. Also damaged during the World War II was it until 2002 under construction to rebuild the broken parts. The Dom is definitely worth it to visit and cost 7 € for adults. Kids up to 18 years can enter for free. It's even possible to go on the top what is kind of an adventure. The inner part of the Dom has wonderful mural paintings. Behind the Dom you can go on a boat tour and boat around.

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8. Hackesche Höfe

Hackesche Höfe

💳 Admission: - €

🕒 Open: 08:00-24:00

The last part of this tour is a small maze of inner courtyards. It's filled with small stores where there sell a diversity of handcrafted products and food. Don't get lost in this 8 yards which were by the way build in 1906. Also there is no entry fee  so please feel free to walk around as much as you please. From here you can go back to the nearby station "Hackescher Markt" where you can take the train back home or to the next tour!

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