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Berlin has so many incredible top things to do, before visiting Germany we researched what to do, top attractions and best free things we could do and it was overwhelming!

Luckily for you, we’ve found some of the top things and must see places and attractions and will be tackling them in 2 different vlogs – if you plan to visit Berlin you definitely won’t have to look any further than this vlog from 2018 to figure our what to do.

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james little says:

Who wants to take pictures with Americans i’m and american and i don’t want to take a pic with me.Besides that how much for lunch take me back to south east Asia.

KNGR says:

ofc you can go up into the tv-tower is a public place, open to everyone, there’s a restaurant up there and you will have an awesome overview of the city.

Al Tanaka says:

Looked like an awesome day! The architecture is definitely insane as is the history. Amazed by the affordability for a European city. Looking forward to more 🙂

Rejsekris says:

Love your vlogging style, guys 🙂

ilmephax says:

you can go up the tv tower…. there is a restaurant too

XShipper says:

Next time you have to drive up the TV tower. When the weather is good you have an amazing view all over Berlin and way more with ca. 60km far! And until 2017 it was the highest public building in Germany.

victorchristi says:

Yeah I saw some people taking wedding photos when I was at Museum Island too, I guess it must be a Berlin thing.

Mike Miller says:

Nice video, enjoying this series! Always cool to see what an “outsider” says about your own country.
Fun fact: At 6:32 the U.S. embassy can briefly be seen, and within the roof structure of the embassy, to the right of the American flag, is a high-power surveillance station (mostly for cell phone communication), run by the NSA/CIA. There were reports and rumors about this in 2013, and they were seen as confirmed when a German newspaper did thermal/infrared imaging with a special camera, showing significant heat emanating from that structure (which couldn’t have come from the sun heating up the surface because it was done on a cold, cloudy day).
The place is ideal for surveillance, because it’s the government quarter, and they successfully monitored calls of Chancellor Merkel, and presumably lots of other politicians which are around there (even from other embassies). Anyway, long story short, if you walk anywhere near the U.S. embassy and talk on your phone, it’s very likely that your call is being recorded and later automatically analyzed by the NSA/CIA. Bet you won’t find this in your travel guide, haha 🙂

Kofi Annan says:

Wow! Great, great job!!

Travellers Relish says:

This is awesome already giving me ideas of what I would absolutely love to see.

j12torts says:

Did you see Hitlers bunker? Its in Berlin

Sascha Neuman says:

this patheon you saw is a soldier memorial for every fallen soldier in history and future.

Jan Klaeui says:

Did you like the parties in Berlin?

Jarett Louie says:

Checkpoint charlie was such a waste of time, I walked by it and kept on walking, it was such a bastardized rendition. Memorial of the murdered Jews was sombre, the SS Museum/ Headquarters was really eerie being in the presence of such evil and reading up on it, gave me chills down my spine.

TheRuby47 says:

The streets and places are very large, everything huge.You nearly can’t walk the Unter den Linden because it is so long.Th whole remains me of Hitlers Plan to build the biggest City in world:Germania

Thytos says:

Nope. You can actually go on top of the TV tower for a very touristy price of 18€ per person on a weekday (on weekends it’s even more expensive)

Marc Klocker says:

When in Berlin take the public bus line 100 – it takes you to nearly all places to be. Its like a sightseeing bus tour, but cheaper (and you will “miss” the often not so funny comments of the tour guide). And – very highly recommended – take one of the ship tours (like you did). This is an awesome view on Berlin also for Berliners…

scfog90 says:

The holocaust memorial looks to me like an huge area where you think you can hide, but from every angle you`re seen and you`re always turning around to see if someone is following.
Gives an immagination of the helplessness of looking for a place to hide during the holocaust.
Underground there`s also a museum with audioguide.
You made some really nice videos about Berlin 🙂

drwarcloud36 says:

Actually you can visit the tv tower.

Teneal Simpson says:

Hands down the best Berlin travel video I’ve watched. I really appreciate the time you took to go in-depth about the historical monuments of the city. I’m travelling to Berlin from Australia in September and this has really helped me get a much better idea of what to expect. You’ve won me over, I’m going to post this and click on that subscribe button right away!

Here,s Harv says:

Ok Ok! here’s the thing right. At 8.05 you saved your bacon.:) I was about to to comment. that if I don’t see Dane dressed in Lederhosen slapping his thighs and Stacey dressed as Heidi the beer wench. carrying 6 Steins through a crowded bar! I was unsubbing lol. Well done. You guy’s are still in my circle 🙂

zEnEr0 says:

I love How you Combine also some historik facts so people can learn about the City

Rex Waldron says:

Late to the party this time, but a great sequence of footage showing the famous and not so famous aspects of Berlin. Once thing I did’t realise is how wide some of the streets are – it looks a really spacious city. I wonder if (like Paris) it was planned that way? London, by contrast very much follows the lines of the medieval streets and has managed to shake off any attempts to plan the street layouts! Apparently Sir Christopher Wren attempted to draw up a blueprint for a “new” London after the Great Fire in 1666, but the local traders and businesses had set themselves back up in their original locations before the plan ever got off the ground!

sam gnrfan says:

going for 4 days in june to see guns n roses..from uk cant wait 🙂

sophed dh says:

The turn is actually a restaurant.. You can go up but you need to buy a ticket.. Which is a little hard because are very much people

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