The most important sights in Berlin Mitte
Some of the most significant landmarks of the German capital are located in and around the government quarter. The center of the German capital is known as Berlin Mitte, and is a key destination for many of the city’s visitors thanks to its historically significant sights. The government quarter is home to the Reichstag, the glass dome of which lures visitors from far and wide. From here, it’s just a short hop to the Brandenburg Gate. Head through this world-famous symbol of the city in an easterly direction and take the famous avenue Unter den Linden to reach Alexanderplatz. On the way you will pass famous landmarks of the historic Mitte district, such as the Humboldt University, the Neue Wache, the Zeughaus and the Palace Bridge. In the other direction, the Brandenburg Gate adjoins the Tiergarten. The lawns, shady pathways and various ponds make this enormous park an inviting spot for relaxation. Running directly across the Tiergarten, the road known as Straße des 17. Juni, or June 17th Street, heads westward, with its Großer Stern intersection marked by the magnificent Victory Column.
Costs: € 3.50/hour, € 25/day
Distance: 7.5 km
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