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Coisas para fazer em Berlim

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Parque
“The only airport in the world that has been transform into a parc but all the facilities including the runways and the terminals remained untouched. Its the only location in the city where you can appreciate the perfect sunrise and sunset, like on a beach. Open until sundown.”
482 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“Sundays this Market is booming and has become the most popular attraction for Berliners and visitors alike. The Sunday karaoke is not to be missed. The annexed Fleamarket is worth a stroll over!”
549 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“On a Sunday is probably the best place to walk around, enjoy from the flea market and local food, but also to just chill on the park next to the open public karaoke.”
587 moradores locais recomendam
Praça
“A partir do Hauptbahnhof (estacao ferrea) Diversos transportes publicos oferecem um acesso rápido a estes ponto turistico.”
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Parque
“Volkspark Friedrichshain is a large urban park on the border of the Berlin neighborhoods of Friedrichshain and Prenzlauer Berg. The oldest public park in Berlin, at 52 hectares, it is also the fourth-largest, after Tempelhofer Park, Tiergarten, and Jungfernheide. it is 15 minutes by car and 28 minutes by transportation”
429 moradores locais recomendam
Boate
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“World famous gay nightclub. Very strict door policy. Small tip to save you unnecesary queing and disappointment: if the bouncer thinks you are not gay, you will not be allowed in!”
391 moradores locais recomendam
Ponto de ônibus
“A partir do Hauptbahnhof (estaçäo central) Diversos transportes publicos oferecem um acesso rápido a este ponto turistico.”
366 moradores locais recomendam
Monumento / ponto turístico
“The Brandenburg Gate is one of Berlin's most important monuments – a landmark and symbol all in one with over two hundred years of history. A former symbol of the divided city, it drew visitors who used to climb an observation platform in order to get a glimpse of the world behind the Iron Curtain, on the other side of the barren "death-strip" which separated East from West Berlin, geographically and politically. It was here that on June 12, 1987, Ronald Regan issued his stern command to his cold war adversary admonishing him with the words: "Mr. Gorbachov – tear down this wall!". The speech delivered to West Berliners was also audible on the east side of the Gate and echoed President von Weizsacker’s words which translate as: "The German question is open as long as the Brandenburg Gate is closed." it is 20 minutes by car and 38 minutes by transportation”
212 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“It was the location of the Great Industrial Exposition of Berlin in 1896. It is a popular place for recreation of Berliners and a tourist attraction. On 14 July 1987 it was used by British band Barclay James Harvest for the first-ever open-air concert by a western rock band in the German Democratic Republic. it is 11 minutes by car and 30 minutes by transportation”
274 moradores locais recomendam
Beer Garden
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“Rooftop Bar Klunkerkranich is hardly a secret anymore, this place is still super cool and unique. Take the subway to Rathaus Neukölln (U7) and walk to the somewhat sad looking Neukölln Arkaden (mall). Once in there, find the elevators that take you to the highest possible floor. Once you get out, you will find yourself in a parking garage atop the mall. Walk up to the ramp with the walls adorned by a funky vertical garden. You are now at one of the funkiest and coolest places to watch the sunset in Berlin. Wether you sit by the rooftop garden or on the benches, tables and steps of the bar area, you are in for a treat. ”
397 moradores locais recomendam
Praça de alimentação
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“Indoor market with international food vendors & shops, plus occasional community events.”
373 moradores locais recomendam
Natural Feature
“Berlin's Museumsinsel (Museum Island) is a unique ensemble of five museums, including the Pergamon Museum - built on a small island in Berlin's Spree River between 1824 and 1930. A cultural and architectural monument of great significance, it was awarded UNESCO World Heritage Status in 1999. Berlin's own Acropolis of the arts is considered unique because it illustrates the evolution of modern museum design over the course of the 20th century and its collections span six thousand years of human artistic endeavour. it is 17 minutes by car and 30 minutes by transportation”
311 moradores locais recomendam
Paisagem incrível
“360° Berlin - Not just the view is worth it Everyone is supposed to remember that Berlin's Fernsehturm (TV Tower) is 365m high and the tallest building in Berlin. As urban legend has it, the tower's height was a deliberate decision taken by Walter Ulbricht, Leader of the SED, so that every child would be able to remember it, just like the days of the year. In fact the tower's summit today is 368m. ”
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Local Histórico
“The Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer (Berlin Wall Memorial) commemorates the division of Berlin by the Berlin Wall and the deaths that occurred there. The monument was created in 1998 by the Federal Republic of Germany and the Federal State of Berlin. It is located on Bernauer Straße at the corner of Ackerstraße and includes a Chapel of Reconciliation, the Berlin Wall Documentation Centre, a 60-metre (200 ft) section of the former border, a window of remembrance and a visitor center. Source: Wikipedia ”
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Loja de departamento
“Berlin's most famous trademark department store is KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens) – or "department store of the west". It is Berlin's shopping paradise, a favourite, easy to spot landmark on Wittenberg square. With 60,000 sqm, the equivalent of nine football fields, 380,000 articles, 40,000 visitors a day, this is the legendary, largest department store on the continent. ”
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Local Histórico
“Checkpoint Charlie, along with Glienicker Brücke (Glienicke Bridge) was the best known border crossing during the Cold War. The sign, which became a symbol of the division of Cold War Berlin and read like a dire warning to those about to venture beyond the Wall – "YOU ARE LEAVING THE AMERICAN SECTOR" – in English, Russian, French and German - stood here. It is today an iconic marker of territorial boundary and political division. Until the fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9, 1989, it signified the border between West and East, Capitalism and Communism, freedom and confinement. ”
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