Germany's capital, Berlin (52.5100° N, 13.4050° E) a city known for it's art scene, modern landscapes and a lot of weird & wonderful attractions that you should see & do. Here are TransferTravel.com's top 10...
1. The Prison, Hohenschonhausen
Back in the day (during Berlin's division), East Berliners were kept under strict surveillance that controlled as a vast amount of Berlin's population. The prison, Hohenschönhausen, has now become a museum and we recommend that you pay it a visit.
Take an eerie visit to Spreepark, an abandoned dinosaur amusement park just outside of Berlin. It was abandoned 10 years ago and the park is now remains of the bizarre rides that were once filled with laughter and thrills.
Fancy floating in a pool of salt water whilst techno fills the spa? Head to the Liquidroom, an building that looks just like a tent and filled with a variety of saunas and bathes.
4. Clarchens Ballhaus
Head to Clärchens Ballhaus where you can dine in a mirrored restaurant that was once a ballroom. The ballroom is called Spiegelsaal, which still captures the spirit of a long-lost era.
5. Radisson Blu Berlin
You can even visit the largest free standing aquarium in the world, in the lobby of the Radisson Blu Berlin.
There is an island in Berlin called Pfaueninsel that is home to free-roaming peacocks!
7. Underground Berlin
Take a tour through underground Berlin and experience WWII air raid sheets and tunnels.
8. Botanical Gardens
The second largest botanical gardens in the world can be found in Berlin. Initially started as a kitchen garden, these stunning grounds are home to 16 greenhouses, rock cliff waterfalls, carpets of ferns and timber bamboo that almost touches the sky.
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