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Avid Globetrotter: 24 Hours in Berlin

Avid Globetrotter: 24 Hours in Berlin

Berlin is a city rich in history yet laced with cutting-edge modernity. The Germany capital has come a long way and if you are visiting the city for 24 hours, you cannot possibly explore everything it has to offer. From enchanting museums to signature monuments, this destination is a learner’s paradise. If you are looking for entertainment; this is a sure city for you as well. The following is a breakdown of things you can do in 24 hours; visiting the most iconic places will ensure that you get a charming glimpse of what Berlin is all about.

Start your day with a dose of good coffee and cake. You can do this amid the breathtaking backdrop of the Art nouveau Cafe Einstein. Sitting at a table here will give you some insights into the feel of the environment and the generous people around. After you have fueled up, it is time to head to Berlin’s TV Tower or Berliner Fernsehturm. This tower is not just majestic but it gives you a leeway into the communist history of East Berlin. At the top, there is a revolving cafe that magnifies the panoramic views at the observation deck.

The Berlin Zoo is not too far away from this location. Here, you get to enjoy a wide array of animals many of whom are endangered. If you love animals, this animal heaven will not disappoint. In the afternoon, it is time to take a break and get some food.

One of the most famous places to get Swiss food in Berlin is at Nola’s. This trendy eatery is found within a classic chalet-style building built in the 50s. This food place has an exciting sun-deck that provides views of an old vineyard and an awesome park.

After a hearty meal, it is time to explore an amazing wonder that is The Jewish Museum. This dramatic building has a breathtaking interior that is worth your while. It is a museum that celebrates the 2000 years of Jewish history while banking on the unification factor.

After dark, the Berlin nightlife comes alive. With so many options, there is so much to explore. The Berghain is a nice place to check out. From house to techno and electro, it is time to put your dancing shoes on. This nightclub was a former power station and all the entertainment you need can be found here. There is an ice-cream parlor to soothe your sweet tooth as you merry the night away.

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