Free Berlin: places to go and what to see?

Berlin is a city where you don't have to spend a lot of money to enjoy it to the fullest. Today we will tell you about how to get to know Berlin on a budget and without sacrificing impressions. Here is our top list of free attractions in Berlin. November 27, 2022 0 2 min

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Brandenburg Gate

One of the universally recognized symbols not only of Berlin, but of the whole of Germany. It is better to come here in the evening – at dusk the gates are well illuminated, and the square itself fascinates with its scope. Start your walk from the Brandenburg Gate and continue on Unter den Linden towards Alexanderplatz – this is perhaps the most classic route through the tourist part of the city.

Unter den Linden

He will speak about Unter den Linden separately! This is the oldest boulevard in the city. Walking along it, pay attention to the Humboldt University, the State Opera House, the State Library and the German Historical Museum – one of the most prominent buildings on the boulevard.

Museum Island

Take a look at Museum Island along the way. Some of the most popular museums of the capital are located here: the Pergamon Museum, the Old National Gallery, the Bode Museum, the Old and New Museums. They have free days, so check this information on their websites or museumsportal-berlin.de – you might find yourself there on one of the free days.

East Side Gallery

The open-air gallery is located in the Friedrichshain district and is part of the Berlin Wall. The nearest metro station is Ostbahnhof (line S5, S7, S9, S75).

Art Galleries of Hackescher Markt (Hack Yards)

The most interesting street art galleries in Berlin are gathered around the Hackescher Markt – a series of closed courtyards where you can admire quaint architecture and street art.

Tiergarten Park

The largest park in Germany, which is a favorite place for Berliners and visitors to the city. Take a walk along the shady paths, admire the mirror-like surface of the lake or take a boat ride – it's up to you.

In Berlin, as in other cities, free tours Free Tours regularly take place – their schedule can be found here.

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