This 2k street runs from Brandenburg Gate to Alexanderplatz. Along the way you can see such sights as Berliner Dom, Humbolt University and the TV tower near Alexanderplatz. A short diversion off this ...
It's worth a 1.5 km walk from Brandenburger Tor to Alexanderplatz in order to take in most of Berlin's epic sights such as the Gate, the Reichstag, Bebelplatz and many more cool Berliner landmarks. Re...
Under the linden is one of Berlin's most famous streets, certainly the most famous one of ex east Berlin where it belonged during the division era. It runs in a west-east direction, and intersects Fri...
Unter den Linden, situated in the heart of historic Berlin, is the city’s grandest boulevard. Stretching nearly a mile, this grand pedestrian mall “under the linden trees,” as its name describes, was constructed in the 16th century by Elector John George of Brandenburg to create a path to his hunting grounds. The 19th century saw great growth for the area, making Unter den Linden the most prominent street in Berlin. A famous equestrian statue of King Frederick II of Prussia was erected in its center, constructed in 1851 by designer Daniel Rauch.
Deutsche Bank KunstHalle
Berlin Story Museum
Lutter und Wegner
"Western-style""Restaurants in Historic Buildings"