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Berlin

My Berlin Itinerary 5 Days - Easy Going

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Day 1, Friday, May 18 2018
10:50 Tegel Airport (Airport)
(Berlin)

11:20 Düsseldorfer Str. 56

12:30 Kaiser Wilhelm


Memorial Church

13:10 Reichstag
The German Parliament building, 1894 has a stunning dome
and observation point

13:45 Brandenburg Gate


Symbol of the city and ancient city entrance

14:25 Unter den Linden


The main tree-lined route connecting East and West Berlin

15:35 Berliner Dom


A baroque cathedral with famous dome, beautiful mosaics
and special organ

15:55 Marx-Engels-Forum

16:35 Alexanderplatz
A square now a shopping area and transport hub, once
center of East Berlin

17:50 Gendarmenmarkt
A square surrounded by the Konzerhaus, Deutscher Dom
and Franzosischer Dom

18:50 Düsseldorfer Str. 56

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10:50 Tegel Airport (Airport) (Berlin)
Visit Duration:

Address: 13405 Berlin, Germany

11:20 Düsseldorfer Str. 56


Visit Duration: 45 mins
7.4 KM, 31 minutes by transit from Tegel Airport (Airport) (Berlin)

Address: Düsseldorfer Str. 56, 10707 Berlin, Germany

12:30 Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church


Visit Duration: 15 mins
1.8 KM, 23 minutes walking from Düsseldorfer Str. 56

Address: Breitscheidplatz, 10789 Berlin, Germany

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13:10 Reichstag
Visit Duration: 30 mins
3.6 KM, 23 minutes by transit from Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

The Reichstag building, the location of the German Parliament, was first constructed in 1894. Originally, the
Reichstag building consisted of four wings, two indoor courtyards and a chamber. After the fire in the building
in 1933, its original hall was completely destroyed and had to be demolished, as the building’s dome. The
building was restored only in 1961 to become the meeting site for the parliamentary committee.

The building’s entrance is composed of columns that hold up a triangular garb. Visitors should climb the wide
staircase in order to reach the building’s main entrance.

The rebuilt dome at the Reichstag building is one of the most popular views for visitors and many also use the
lift that can take you to the top of the building where you can see the Tiergarten from the building’s viewing Image By: rosshuggett
terrace. Entering the building is free but you must register in advance in the website . Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/rosshuggett/

Address: Reinhardtstraße 39, 10117 Berlin


Phone Number: 030 22732152
Admission: Free
Opening Hours: Daily 8am-midnight
Transportation: S-bahn- Unter den Linden. Bus-
100

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13:45 Brandenburg Gate / Brandenburger Tor
Visit Duration: 30 mins
0.4 KM, 6 minutes walking from Reichstag

The Brandenburger Tor also known as the Brandenburg Gate is one of Berlin's most visited attractions and
one that once symbolized the divided city of Berlin for many years. The gate served as the main entrance to
the city of Berlin when it was first built while much later, before the two parts were united, visitors would come
to Brandenburg Gate to climb to its observation tower simply to see the other side of Berlin.

On the gate you could see the famous sculpture that represents the Goddess of Victory. The sculpture was
actually held in captivity in France where it served as a Napoleonic trophy. The gate’s design was inspired by
the Propylaea, which was the gateway that led to the Acropolis an Athens while the decorations found on the
gate depict Greek mythology.

Directly next to the gate there are two landmarks - the Pariser Platz and the American Embassy.
Address: Pariser Platz, 10117 Berlin
Damaged during the Second World War, the Brandenburger Tor was restored in 1958 by East Berlin. When Admission:
the Berlin Wall was taken down in 1989, the gate was reopened. It underwent another renovation in 2001 Opening Hours: 10am-6pm
and reopened in 2002. Transportation: S-bahn- Unter den Linden. Bus-
100

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14:25 Unter den Linden
Visit Duration: 1 hour
0.7 KM, 9 minutes walking from Brandenburg Gate

Unter den Linden is Berlin’s main thoroughfare going all the way from East Berlin to the West side. It got its
name from the Linden trees planted all along the long avenue. This boulevard stretches from Museum
Island’s Schlossbruke all the way to the Pariser Platz’s Brandenburger Gate.

Since the 19th century the Unter den Linden had been known as one of Berlin’s most popular streets with
many shops, restaurants and cafes that can keep anyone busy for hours.

There are several historical buildings located here including the Humboldt University, the Zeugh, Germany’s
historical museum and the National Memorial to the Victims of War.
Image By: Dimitry B.
Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ru_boff/

Address: Unter den Linden

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15:35 Berliner Dom
Visit Duration: 15 mins
0.9 KM, 11 minutes walking from Unter den Linden

Built between 1894 and 1905, the Berliner Dom is located on Museum Island in Berlin and serves as a
baroque Cathedral. It is Berlin’s biggest Protestant Church and it also functions as part of the dynasty of
Prussian Hohenzollern. In the past, it has served as a link between German Protestantism and Hohenzollern.

This church is known for its Dome ceiling that is decorated using eight mosaics. Between 1975 and 1982 it
was rebuilt to include spires and a simplified cupola. The Berliner Dom contains more than 90 tombs and
sarcophagis because it is the tomb of the Hohenzollern family. Some of the tombs that are displayed are the
tombs of Prussian Kings, who were Sophie Charlotte and Frederick the First. These tombs are covered in
lead and gold plated tin.

The Dome has an organ that contains more than 7000 pipes. It is known as a masterpiece and is among
Germany’s largest. Visiting the Dome requires people to have to go up 270 steps to get to its viewing gallery. Address: Am Lustgarten, 10178 Berlin
The interior of the Dome contains elements of the Reformation period and the New Testament. There are Phone Number: 030 20269136
also four towers located directly next to the Dome. Admission: €7
Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm, Sun
Visitors to the Berliner Dom can go to one of the many readings and concerts held at the Dome. It is possible 12pm-8pm
for visitors to get a guided tour of Berliner Dom. There is an entrance fee for this attraction, but paying the fee Web: www.berliner-dom.de
gets visitors a free audio guide. Transportation: S-bahn- Alexanderplatz or
Hackescher Markt

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15:55 Marx-Engels-Forum
Visit Duration: 30 mins
0.3 KM, 4 minutes walking from Berliner Dom

Address: Karl-Liebknecht-Straße, Berlin

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16:35 Alexanderplatz
Visit Duration: 50 mins
0.9 KM, 11 minutes walking from Marx-Engels-Forum

Named to honor the Tsar of Russia, Alexander the First, much of Berlin’s urban history can be reached
through this square as centuries of politics, culture and architecture are captured. Today, the Alexanderplatz
is mostly a shopping area and a transit junction.

As the squares become the center of East Berlin, it was used by the East Germany government to
demonstrate the socialist architecture.

In November of 1989, one million people gathered at the Alexanderplatz to hold a demonstration protesting
the GDRE regime. This protest took place not long before the Berlin Wall fell and was the biggest
demonstration to ever take place here. Image By: Prasad Pillai
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The Alexanderplatz is where visitors will find The House of Travel. Its name is ironic due to the fact that the
GRD placed many travel restrictions. Visitors that go there now hold the publishing house known as Berliner
Address: Alexanderplatz, 10178 Berlin, Germany
Verlag. This is where the offices of Berlin’s daily newspaper, Berliner Zeitung, are now.

The Alexa Shopping Mall is now a part of the Alexanderplatz and has a multiplex cinema located in it.

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17:50 Gendarmenmarkt
Visit Duration: 30 mins
1.9 KM, 24 minutes walking from Alexanderplatz

Gendarmenmarkt is one of Europe’s most beautiful squares surrounded by three beautiful landmarks - the
Konzerthaus, the Franzosischer Dom and the Deutscher Dom. Located in this square’s center is a sculpture
of the German poet Freidrich Schiller. Towards the second half of the 17th century the Gendarmenmarkt
square was built as a home to the Linden Markt. Today it is mostly known for its quiet and architectural
beauty.

the Konzerthaus was built in 1821 by the famous Berlin architect named Karl-Freidrich Schinkel on top of the
ruins that were the National Theatre, which was burned down in 1817. Some of the building’s columns and
outside walls were re-used as part of the new building planning. The building was badly damaged during
World War II and did not get reconstructed until 1984. It was then turned into the concert hall for the Berlin Image By: Jorge Láscar
Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jlascar/
Symphony Orchestra.

The Deutscher and Franzosischer are beautiful middle-ages churches with some obvious similarities to each
Address: Gendarmenmarkt, 10117 Berlin,
other. Germany

The square is a great place to get some rest while strolling between one sight of Berlin to the other. Simply
lay back and enjoy the beautiful architecture.

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Day 2, Saturday, May 19 2018
10:30 Düsseldorfer Str. 56

11:00 Pergamonmuseum
Classic antiquities, Islamic art and ancient near east art are
shown here

14:05 DDR Museum


DDR explores the everyday life in East Germany during the
Cold War

15:55 East Side Gallery


Paintings on the remaining section of the Berlin Wall by 118
artists

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11:00 Pergamonmuseum
Visit Duration: 3 hours

The Pergamon Museum was originally built to hold items that were found during the excavation of the Berlin
Museum. One of these items was the Pergamon Alter frieze, which was discovered in 1886. Today, the
Pergamon Museum holds three museums - The Collection of Classical Antiquities, the Museum of Islamic Art
and the Museum of the Ancient Near East. This museum has gain its famous due to the reconstruction of
many prestigious pieces of architecture. Some of the things that contributed to this were the Market Gate of
Miletus, the Ishtar Gate and the Pergamon Altar.

In addition to the collections previously mentioned, the Pergamon Museum also houses the Numismatic
Collection. This collection consists of approximately 50,000 coins and has been on display since October of
2004, after undergoing restoration for the previous six years.
Image By: Rubén Vique
Since 2008 the Pergamon Museum has been undergoing renovations. This only involves closing certain Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/vike/
exhibits temporarily, but has not stopped the museum from operating. The renovations being made to the
building are one part of the Museum Island Master Plan.
Address: Bodestraße 3, 10178 Berlin
Phone Number: 030 20905577
Entrance is free of charge for 18 years old or younger.
Admission: Adult €12, Child €6
Opening Hours: Fri-Wed 10am-6pm, Thurs.
10am-8pm

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14:05 DDR Museum
Visit Duration: 1 hour, 30 mins
0.5 KM, 7 minutes walking from Pergamonmuseum

The DDR Museum in Berlin is a privately owned institution that serves as one of the most visited Berlin
museums. Founded in 2005, the DDR Museum actually opened on July 15, 2006. The museum’s focus is the
everyday life in GDR and is a place where visitors can get a glimpse into what life was like in East Germany.
Visitors can also learn about the border defences used at the Berlin wall and crimes that were perceived as
affecting the state security.

This museum is very interactive and allows visitors to look past the doors and into the drawers to fully explore
the rooms. There are more than 200,000 objects on the display in the DDR Museum is more than 200,000
making it a very diverse museum. Periodically, events are held at the museum and are open to the public.
Image By: slad87
The DDR Museum has restaurants where visitors can dine on local foods that could often be found in East Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sitallad/

Germany such as Ketwurst, which is a hot dog and Griletta, which was a hamburger.
Address: Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 1, 10178 Berlin
For a fee, visitors to the DDR Museum will be taken on an informational guided tour.
Phone Number: 030 847123731
Admission: Adult €9.50, Child €6
Opening Hours: Sun-Fri 10am-8pm, Sat.
10am-10pm

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15:55 East Side Gallery
Visit Duration: 1 hour, 30 mins
5.1 KM, 22 minutes by transit from DDR Museum

The East Side Gallery can be found on the most significant remaining part of the Berlin Wall. It is over a
kilometer long and can be found spread out along the Spree River’s banks. In fact, it is the world’s longest
open air gallery. Shortly after the Berlin Wall came down 118 artists traveled from 21 countries to participate
in creating the East Side Gallery by each adding their own unique painting. Through their paintings the artists
were able to express their opinions about political events that happened between the beginning of 1989 and
the end of 1990. More than 100 works of art can be found at the East Side Gallery.

Due to weather conditions forty of the original paintings needed to be restored in 2009. Since then, school
groups have often traveled to the East Side Gallery to receive a guided tour. If a school group requests it, the
staff of the gallery schedules talks from some of the artists that have contributed to the gallery. Visiting this Image By: dalbera
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attraction is a great opportunity to learn about the histories of Berlin and Germany in a way that allows one to
gain a feel for what it was like to be there.
Address: Mühlenstraße, 10243 Berlin
In the spring of 2013 a German real estate developer stopped parts of the Berlin wall from being removed Phone Number: +49 (0)30 25 17 159
while local workers came together to prevent the East Side Gallery from being dismantled as an act that tells Admission:
the value of the East Side Gallery to the German people. Opening Hours: Open 24 Hours
Web: http://www.eastsidegallery-berlin.de/ E-mail:
info@eastsidegallery-berlin.com
Transportation: U-Bahn- Warschauer Strasse

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Day 3, Sunday, May 20 2018
10:30 Düsseldorfer Str. 56

11:15 Potsdam
Nearby Potsdam is a UNESCO city with palaces and elegant
buildings

17:35 Filmmuseum Berlin


Take a walk though the history of film, see props, scripts and
costumes

19:05 Potsdamer Platz


A lively square, transport hub, shopping, dining and
entertainment area

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11:15 Potsdam
Visit Duration: 5 hours, 30 mins

Potsdam, a UNESCO World Heritage city, once the home of the Prussian royalty and today well known for its
elegant palaces and stately homes. While there, visit the city's attractions such as the Glienicke Bridge, the
lovely Russian Colony (Alexandrowka), the charming New Palais Palace, the impressive Sanssouci Palace
and the Dutch Quarter (Hollandisches Viertel) in the city center. Potsdam is a must visit for those who wish to
see a bit more then Berlin and have half a day to spend.

Image By: SA 3.0


Image Source:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potsdam#/media/File:University_of_Pots

Address: Potsdam, Germany

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17:35 Filmmuseum Berlin
Visit Duration: 1 hour, 30 mins
31.9 KM, 48 minutes by transit from Potsdam

The Filmmuseum in Berlin has permanent exhibit called simply “Film” that walks visitors, step-by-step,
through the important milestones that have taken place in world of cinema since its early days in the silent
films industry. It also addresses the interactions between society and moving images that have made films
what they are today.

The museum has several halls holding more than 1,000 exhibits which consist of props, film scripts and
costumes used in well-known movies and special effects created by digital media. The career path of some of
the famous directors is explored while visitors can learn about the making and behind the scenes of some of
the famous movies such as ‘Metropolis’ and ‘The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.’

One section of the Filmmuseum Berlin is all about the famous German actor Marlene Dietrich whose personal
belongings are here on exhibit. Another section is entirely dedicated to the genre of science fiction as well as Address: Potsdamer Straße 2, 10785 Berlin
animation in films. Visitors to the Filmmuseum Berlin can also learn about the Weimar Republic, which took Phone Number: 030 30090372
place between 1918 and 1933. They will learn about the culture of the Weimar Republic and the way in which Admission: €7
culture was transformed the ideological propaganda period of the era of Nazis. Opening Hours: Tue-Sun 10am-6pm, Thurs.
10am-8pm
The Filmmuseum Berlin is the home of a yearly International Film Festival.

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19:05 Potsdamer Platz
Visit Duration: 30 mins
0.1 KM, 2 minutes walking from Filmmuseum Berlin

Postdamer Platz is among Europe’s liveliest and busiest squares. During the 1920s and 1930s Postdamer
Platz was one of the main transportation hubs in Europe but after being badly destroyed at World War II, it
was renewed and reopened in 1998. Today, it is a busy center with an exclusive shopping mall, cafes,
cinemas and bars.

Check out the Sony Center while you’re there and especially its impressive glassed dome. The center is a
complex that has an office tower and an Imax theatre, cafes and restaurants. Note that the The Kolhaf
building, located right next door has an observation deck 93 meters up.

Image By: echiner1


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Address: Potsdamer Platz, Berlin

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Day 4, Monday, May 21 2018
10:30 Düsseldorfer Str. 56

11:00 Berlin Zoo


More than 13,000 creatures live in this historic zoo opened in
1844

14:40 Tiergarten
A large urban park with lawns, tall trees and attractions

16:35 Märkisches Museum


Themed rooms explore Berlin's cultural, lifestyle and history

18:00 Hackescher Markt

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11:00 Berlin Zoo / Zoologischer Garten Berlin
Visit Duration: 3 hours, 15 mins

A well-known family friendly attraction in Berlin, this urban zoo holds 13,700 animals from 1,400 different
species and boasts with coffee shops, restaurants and a playground. The zoo was first founded in 1844 and
was the first zoo ever to be built in Germany.

The zoo’s Antelope house is one of the oldest and has been present since 1872 and a year later the Elephant
house came along. The Hippopotamus house was not around until 1997 and serves as an example of
modern concepts that were used with the safety of its animal inhabitants in mind. The hippopotamus are
visible under a glass solar panel that measures 13,000 square feet.

This zoo has two main entrances - one is the Elephant Gate, which is located next door to the Aquarium and
the other entrance is the Lion Gate, found on Hardenbergplatz. Locals have special care for the panda bears
Image By: Valentina Storti
at the zoo and those are often covered by local media from the time they are babies until the time they are Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/fwooper7/
adult bears. The zoo is also a home to Berlin’s legendary polar bear that goes by the name Knut.

Address: Hardenbergplatz 8, 10787 Berlin


Phone Number: 030 254010
Admission: Adult €20, Child €10
Opening Hours: Jan-Feb 9am-4:30pm,
March-Sept. 9am-6pm, Oct-Dec. 9am-4:30pm
Web: http://www.zoo--berlin.de
Transportation: U-Bahn/S-bahn- Zoologischer
Garten

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14:40 Tiergarten
Visit Duration: 1 hour, 30 mins
1.9 KM, 24 minutes walking from Berlin Zoo

Tiergarten is Berlin’s oldest public park and is quite large as a park within a big city such as Berlin. It’s a good
place to spend some time in while taking a break from the sightseeing. It is conveniently located near many of
the city’s top attractions.

Brandenburg electors originally used Tiergarten as a place to hunt and it was not open to the public until the
Prussian King Friederich decided that this place should not be used by selected few only.

World War II did a severe damage to the park and afterwards even greater damage was done as Berlin
residents practically cut down the remaining trees in the park to use them for firewood during the cold winters
after the war. By 1995, the local government in Berlin decided to begin restoring it and by adding new plants, Image By: edwin.11
trees and shrubs they brought the park back to life. Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/edwin11/

The Berlin Zoo moved into the Tiergarten park in 1844 and remains there until today with its 13,000 animals.
Address: Berlin

The victory column, a golden haired goddess statue, can be found in Tiergarten while the observation deck at Admission: Adult €13, €6.50
Opening Hours: Jan-Feb 9am-4:30pm, March
the top of the column provides breathtaking views of the park and the areas surrounding it. The Bellevue
9am-6pm, April-Sept. 9am-6:30pm, Oct.
Palace can also be found in the Tiergarten while this 18th century palace that was originally built for Prince
9am-6pm, Nov-Dec 9am-4:30pm
August Ferdinand of Prussia is used today as the official residence in Berlin of the German president.
Transportation: S-bahn- Tiergarten

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16:35 Märkisches Museum
Visit Duration: 1 hour
4.9 KM, 26 minutes by transit from Tiergarten

The Markisches Museum set up in a red-brick church tells the story of Berlin’s history through several themed
rooms each intends to show a different aspect of the culture and lifestyles of those who live in Berlin in
different periods of time. Much of the museum’s focus is on the evolution of Berlin and the region of
Brandenburg. The evolution is traced by the museum’s collection of models, sculptures, coins, posters and
weapons.

Between the interesting items you can find seven of the original segments of the Berlin Wall, kept with their
original graffiti. Another interesting item is the Kaiserpanorama, a highly popular device by Berliners at the
time which is basically a stereoscope that shows a collection of 3D images.

This museum is also the home for the headquarters for the Berlin City Museum Foundation which keeps over
four million documents and pieces of artwork all related to the City of Berlin. Address: Am Köllnischen Park 5, 10179 Berlin
Phone Number: 030 308660
Located directly behind the Markisches Museum is the Kollnischen Park were you can stoll, relax, or get a Admission: €4
glimpse of Berlin’s Official city bears. Entrance to the park is free under 18 and on the first Wednesday every Opening Hours: Tue-Sun 10am-6pm
month. Transportation: U-Bahn- Märkisches Museum.
Bus- 147, 240, or 265

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18:00 Hackescher Markt
Visit Duration: 30 mins
2.0 KM, 26 minutes walking from Märkisches Museum

Address: Hackescher Markt, Berlin

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Day 5, Tuesday, May 22 2018
10:30 Düsseldorfer Str. 56

10:40 Kurfürstendamm
Dynamic promenade and shopping district

13:40 KaDeWe Departmetn


Store
Biggest department store in continental Europe

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10:40 Kurfürstendamm
Visit Duration: 2 hours, 30 mins

Kurfurstendamm is a promenade and a shopping street in Berlin. It contains many specialist shops,
department stores, boutiques, restaurants, hotels, cinemas, cafes, bars and travel agencies. This is also a
late night destination that attracts both residents and visitors enjoy.
This is one destination you can’t afford to miss if you have any kind of interest in doing shopping in Berlin.

Like other parts of Berln, this area also suffered significant damage during WW II. When restored years after
the war, some of the damaged areas were not fully restored but instead squares were created.

The northern section of the street consists of Berlin’s Jewish community.

Notice that some of the houses in the street contain plaques representing the famous people who used to live
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in them. This includes poets, artists and composers. Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/wm_archiv/

Address: Kurfürstendamm, Berlin

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13:40 KaDeWe Departmetn Store
Visit Duration: 2 hours, 10 mins
2.2 KM, 28 minutes walking from Kurfürstendamm

The KaDeWe department store is the biggest department store in Continental Europe. In 2007 this store
celebrated its 100th birthday and is known as one of Germany’s finest shopping destinations. This
department store proudly represents Germany’s economic power and historical evolvements over the last 100
years.

Opened in 1907, the store originally only took up 24,000m that was set up over five floors. In 1927 a takeover
of the store led to an expansion that added two more floors to the store in 1931.

From 1943 to 1945 the store was being targeted by allied air raids that resulted in the destruction of the
majority of the store which was completely rebuilt only in 1956 and the new version of the store was added Image By: nayrb7
with a food hall on the store’s sixth floor. This was symbolic of a new beginning for this famous department Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nayrb7/

store, which happened five years before the Berlin Wall was erected.
Address: Tauentzienstraße 21-24, 10789 Berlin,
This department store is a must visit for anyone interested in shopping in Berlin.
Germany
Phone Number: +49 30 21210
Opening Hours: Mon-Thurs. 10am-8pm, Friday
10am-9pm, Sat. 9:30am-8pm
Web: www.kadewe.de

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My Personal Places
Düsseldorfer Str. 56
Düsseldorfer Str. 56, 10707 Berlin, Germany

Kaiser Wilhelm
Memorial Church
Breitscheidplatz, 10789 Berlin, Germany

Marx-Engels-Forum
Karl-Liebknecht-Straße, Berlin

Hackescher Markt
Hackescher Markt, Berlin

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