Although Berlin is already one of the most affordable cities in Europe, nothing is cheaper than free – and, beyond the free, have you ever visited a city with your car? Not by obligation, but by choice. Try it, it’s great. As a result, we picked you carefully spots without leaving his car. I tested Berlin. Obviously, I will never test Paris. Good ride!
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Roll along the Berlin Wall
Berlin celebrated the 25th anniversary of the fall of the wall, but remains of the wall remain throughout the city. You can walk the full length of the wall car divided into 14 steps that range from rural idyll to bustling downtown.
Along the way, you’ll spot abandoned watchtowers and walls covered in colorful murals.
Admire the parliamentary panorama
It is a monument to see absolutely, especially at night. Its glass dome designed by Norman Foster and symbolizing transparency, the Reichstag houses the German Parliament.
Visit a memorial
The tumultuous history of Berlin is captured by countless memorials scattered throughout the city. The access is relatively because the traffic is generally fluid in Berlin. Not to be missed: The Holocaust Memorial, a five-acre site located one block south of the Reichstag: this gray and sober landscape traces the horrors of the Third Reich.
Picnic at Tempelhof
It’s time to do a pose and why not in a park, the city is full of parks and green spaces. One of the best is the Tempelhof, an old airport converted into a park. Here you will see cyclists running on the slopes and emerging organic gardens taking over the old airfield.
Take the plunge
As soon as the temperature rises, nothing better than a swim in one of the surrounding lakes. According to the old German tradition, some of these places are referred to as optional clothing, do you understand?