Berlin, a city guide

Take a trip to the once-divided German capital has and you’ll find it has much to offer tourist. Amongst the most visited attractions are Checkpoint Charlie, the remnants of the Berlin Wall and the Holocaust Memorial. Don’t miss catching sight of the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag, Germany’s parliament building which offers views of the city from its glass domed roof.



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Awesome Restaurants
in Berlin

Mundana has set a high standard and hand picked these restaurants for their great food quality, good reputation, great customer service, clean environment, courteous staff and original menus.


French German

A stalwart of Berlin's dining scene since 1895, this kitchen creates homemade classics.

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Grill Royal


This extraordinary steakhouse offers you international steak classics from Japan to Australia with a extensive menu of side dishes.

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Modern dining at the excellent Grand Hyatt, its sushi bar and summer terrace draw the gourmet crowd.

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Jamboree Bar invites you on a journey back to the 80s: from the drinks to the food and the industrial and vintage design to the music, everything in the bar reflects the theme.

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Top Activities
in Berlin


Watchtower at Potsdamer Platz

The Berlin Wall is probably the most famous historical landmark in the city. But at Potsdamer Platz, there also stands the last remaining watchtower of its kind, which once presided over a divided Berlin.


The 368m high TV Tower affords excellent views over the city andits viewing platform is the perfect place to get your bearings at the start of your trip.

Berlin Zoo

With 1,552 species, this zoo has one of the highest species counts in the world and is home to about 14,000 animals. Founded in 1844, it is Germany’s first animal park.

Best Shops
in Berlin


Flea markets

On weekends, the city’s nearly 50 flea markets feature second-hand articles, art and antiques. Highlights include the flea markets at the Mauerpark, the Arkonaplatz and Nowkoelln, as well as the antiques and books market at the Bodemuseum and the first flea market in Berlin on Straße des 17. Juni.


Friedrichstraße is where you'll find glitzy malls, fashion stores for international luxury and high street brands, jewellery and everything for the smartest of homes. This is a haven for shoppers with more discerning tastes.


Kaufhaus des Westens is the Harrods or Bloomingdales of Berlin. Located a stone's throw from the Ku'damm, Berlin's most famous street, it's a mecca for shoppers.

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Discover Berlin in one of Mundana's Itineraries, getting the most out of your trip.

Germany: Munich and the best of the East

Munich, Dresden, Berlin
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Germany: Munich and the best of the East (2 Weeks)

Munich, Dresden, Berlin
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