This is one of the reliques of the RDA. The Aeroflot Building, in Unter Den Linden, reminds you that you are on the Berlin's former soviet sector. Like travelling in time.
The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in the centre of Berlin is Germany's central Holocaust memorial site, a place for remembrance and commemoration of six million victims.
It was built in 1827 and officially closed in 1880. Well-known personalities from the arts, culture, politics and Wirktschaft are burried in this cementery.
Ivy covers the narrow paths between the graves and climb trees, causing a feeling of restlessness and tranquility at the same time.
The ruins of the tombstones are stored in the Lapidary.
Mo-Thu 10-16 h.
Fr 10-13 h.
Closed Saturdays and on Jewish holidays.
Men are requested to wear headdress on their visit!
Experience the history of Berlin from an unconventional perspective! The Berlin Underworlds Association offers regular tours into some of the most important underground structures in the city. Although the majority tours are in or near the Gesundbrunnen station in the north of Berlin, they also offer tours in several other subterranean complexes that are otherwise not publicly accessible.
Tour are in several languages.
Entrance 9€, 7€ reduced
This tour company specializes in Berlin alone. It is an informative journey through Germany's capitol city and the history that made it what it is today.
Also well worth mentioning is the "Battleground Berlin" tour focusing on the Third Reich as well as the Cold War and WWII.
These guys also offer a Cocktail lounge tour for those of us that want a good taste of the nightlife, without getting mixed in with the wrong crowd. Offers drinks that actually taste good..
Prices 12-17 Euros