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City Guide 8 hours City Tour:
- Alexanderplatz is a square that had to be reconstructed because of the bombing in the Second World War; it is one of the main venues in East Berlin. There is the TV Tower (Fernsehturm) that can be seen from most points in Berlin. It measures 365m and there is a snack bar inside. From the top there is an excellent view of the city. Open from 9am to 12pm.
- Very close to the Alexanderplatz is the Museumsinsel (Museum Island in East Berlin), located between the station and the square Fridrichstrasse Marx-Engels Platz. You can visit the Pergamon Museum, which displays pieces of ancient history dating from 180BC. In the Bode Museum on display are objects ranging from the Middle Ages to the eighteenth century. The Nationalgalerie features works by contemporary artists. The Deutsches Historisches Museum has several permanent exhibits relating to the history of Germany from all eras. The four museums are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 5pm.
- Following the walk along Unter den Linden, which is one of the most important boulevards of old Berlin, you will find surviving buildings of the Prussian kingdom. Also nearby is Plaza Boulevard Gendarmenmarkt where there are the twin cathedrals, one of which has an excellent observation deck.
- The Berlin Wall was erected in 1961 to divide East and West. Although it has long since been demolished there are still standing sections standing and places where you can buy souvenirs. It is also possible to have your passport marked with an East Germany stamp and the date the wall fell.
- Reichstag (Parliament) is north of the Brandenburg Gate and was the headquarters of the German parliament until it was burned in 1933. In 1990 the reunification of Berlin was signed here. The restored building displays an excellent exhibition telling the history of Germany from 1800 to the present. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm. Admission is free.
- Tiergarten Park dates from the eighteenth century and is located in the northwest corner of West Berlin. In its centre stands the 70m tower Siegessäule (Victory Column) crowned by a statue of Winged Victory, celebrating the defeat of the French against Prussia.
- Berlin Zoo has two entrances, one from the train station and the other in Budapesterstrasse 34, the famous elephant door. It has almost 1,500 different species and around 16,000 animals including globally known animals like Knut the Polar Bear and Bao Bao the Giant Panda. Open daily from 9am to 5:30pm.