December 2016 - March 2017
07. October 2016, 11:54
Explore Berlin this December, for the lowest imaginable price!
With December upon us, it's time to make some holiday plans – and trust us, Berlin will not disappoint you. Given the low prices for Flixbus tickets, this December you can visit the capital of Germany, Berlin, for only £42. If you want to spend some quality time in an exciting place, this offer is just what you need! Amazing architecture, deep traditions and ages of history, all this and even more is available to you in Berlin!
Berlin is a radiant, energetic city. To truly feel its atmosphere and see all it has to offer, you first have to decide how you will get around it. In our opinion, by metro is the way to go. It's the most efficient way of exploring Berlin, and affordable at the same time.
Now you have decided how to move around the city, it’s time to decide where to go. Let us be of assistance, as Berlin offers a plethora of interesting activities and sights. After you exit your bus, enter the metro and head to the Brandenburger Tor – that’s your stop. Right ahead of you, there will be the Pariser Platz, with the Brandenburger Tor itself at one side. On the right side of the Pariser Platz you’ll find Madame Tussauds, one of the famous wax museums. Inside you get to see quality wax figures, resembling famous celebrities and actors, as well as movie characters like Darth Vader or James Bond! You can buy tickets online, so check the site for all the different options.
Another great sight nearby is the Reichstag building, the residence of the German Parliament. It’s one of the most iconic buildings in Germany, both because of its architecture and the history turns it endured – it’s been bombed, rebuilt, renovated, and even set on fire. You can book a free visit inside, but keep in mind it can be canceled due to security or weather conditions at any time.
If all the walking and exploring got you hungry, there is an awesome restaurant right where you are. Käfer Dachtgarten Restaurant is right on top of the Reichstag building. It’s the only parliamentary building in the world with a restaurant open to the public, so don’t miss the opportunity! In addition to delicious cakes and aromatic coffee, you get to enjoy a perfect city view.
Finally, for some lighter entertainment, there is no place better than the Berlin Zoo. Just get on the metro and head to the Zoologischer Garten, Kurfürstendamm station. It's the biggest zoo in Germany, with dozens of animal species for you to see. It's amazing how old this zoo is, dating back to the year 1844 when it was established by King Friedrich Wilhelm IV. One of the most appealing features is the daily feeding of animals, which starts at 10:30am with the polar bears. Admission price is £13.
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