Visit the roof terrace and dome of the Reichstag Building in Berlin with a view of the parliamentary and government district and Berlin's sights while experiencing your 230-metre-long ascent and descent.
Berlin offers its visitors several choices for free walking tours - Brewers Express tour is an excellent insight for the first time visitors. Lasting for about 3.5 hours it covers all major sights important for Berlin in the past and today.
National Geographic has rated Berlin's tram Nr 68 route as one of 10 most scenic trolley routes in the world. Tram 68 travels from S Köpenick S-Bahn to the picturesque Alt-Schmöckwitz village on the outskirts of the city, and provides a good flavor of local life.
Starting from the Market Square and built in 1920s, Bottcherstrasse is the 110-metre lane that houses shops and restaurants, museums, workshops and carillon.
St Petri Cathedral in Bremen stands next to Unesco Heritage Town Hall and Monument to Roland. Its history goes back to 787 AD. In 1987 the cathedral museum is opened offering a unique collection of artifacts - excavated finds from medieval bishops' graves and religious works. Museum entry is free of charge.
A 1.3 km-long painted stretch of the former Berlin Wall along the Mühlenstrasse in former East Berlin. East Side Gallery is the largest open-air gallery in the world with over one hundred original mural paintings.
Berlin Free Alternative Tour starts every day at 11:00, 13:00 and 15:00. Meeting point at Alexanderplatz TV Tower, no prior reservation required.
Here you find most famous sights of Bremen. Unesco heritage listed Town Hall and Statue of Roland, impressive St.Petri Cathedral and worldwide popular inhabitants of the city - Musicians of Bremen.