Después de una parada para comer, hicimo un paseo por el río Spree, que nos venía incluído en un pack turístico del que os hablaré bien mañana. Seguro que habrá muchos tipos de excursiones en barco, esta abarcaba aproximadamente desde el Parlamento hasta la catedral, para mi gusto no resulta muy espectacular, y si lo haces a pie es tan bonito o más, así que si volviera seguramente esto no lo repetetiría.
Siguiente parada, Gendarmenmarkt, una plaza en el centro, para muchos la más bella de la ciudad, yo no se si la más, pero me gustó un montón. Además para los amantes del chocolate aquí hay dos paradas obligatorias: Ritter Sport (unas chocolatinas muy famosas, muy ricas y que cuentan con una tienda/café en la que podéis encontrar todas las variedades) y Rausch Schokoladenhaus, la chocolatería más famosas de la ciudad, compramos algunas cosas y todo estaba de muerte! En concreto yo me cogí en el café que tienen justo al lado (que les pertenece) un pastel de chocolate que estaba delicioso.
Era (al fin) el momento de visitar a pien la Puerta de Brandenburgo, os recomendo el atardecer, la luz anaranjada que se cuela por sus arcos es preciosa. Lo malo, como siempre, hay muchísima gente. Seguramente que si os animáis a madrugar el amanecer tenga un aspecto similar y no estaréis tan «acompañados».
La parada final de nuestro último día la hicimos en el edificio del parlamento. Tenéis que saber que reservando cita previamente por internet podéis acceder a la cúpula de manera totalmente gratuita. Realmente merece mucho la pena, las vistas son muy bonitas y el edificio tiene una arquitectura maravillosa.
Espero que os guste y os sirva! Mañana os cuento el resto!
I think the fairest way to start my first post about our trip to Berlin is by saying how huge it is.
I admit that I imagined many things in the city, but what I never thought was that it was so big. It exceeds in dimensions to the same New York, with that I tell you everything. So
to the question of «how many days are needed to visit Berlin?», the
answer, as always, is that it depends on what you want to deepen in the
city, but at least, minimum, about four days to have a complete global
Of course, less is nothing, and I don’t regret having made an express
trip to Berlin at all, now I have an idea of the city and when I
return I will know how to go deeper.
currency of Berlin is the euro, the plugs are like in Spain, the
language is German, but you will not have problems communicating in
English. We doubt very much in what area to stay, because as I said the city is
very large, but definitely for sightseeing I think we hit the right
when choosing an accommodation located between Alexanderplatz and the
island of museums, I would recommend anyone in this area.
To move you will not have any problem, there are subway, buses, taxis, tram, Uber,…
On typical food, I tried the curry wurst (a sausage spaced with curry)
and the schnitzel (a kind of battered fillet), from between the two I
keep the latter, the sausage is good but it’s stronger.
photos I show you today are from our second day, so I’m going to tell
you what we visited that day, and tomorrow I’ll talk about the first
one. On this second day after having a general overview of the city (of
which I will speak more in depth tomorrow) we are dedicated to making
more specific visits.
started the morning touring the Jewish Quarter, the new synagogue, the
typical streets, squares, the plaques on the floor with the names of the
inhabitants of the houses, the cemetery,… I liked this area very
much, it seemed different to the rest, breathes an (obvious) history very different from other areas of Berlin, definitely a mandatory stop.
here we went to the East Side Gallery, the largest preserved section of
the Berlin Wall turned into a great work of art in the open air. There we could see many murals such as the famous kiss, the starry car, and much more abstract ones.
a stop for lunch, I went for a walk along the river Spree, which was
included in a tourist pack that I will talk to you about tomorrow. Sure there will be many types of boat trips, this included
approximately from the Parliament to the cathedral, for my taste it isn’t very spectacular, and if you do it on foot it’s so nice or more, so
if I came back surely this would not repeat it.
stop, Gendarmenmarkt, a square in the center, for many the most
beautiful of the city, I don’t know if the most, but I liked a lot. Also
for chocolate lovers here there are two obligatory stops: Ritter Sport
(some famous bars, very rich and that have a shop / cafe where you can
find all varieties) and Rausch Schokoladenhaus, the most famous
chocolate shop in the city, we bought some things and everything was to death! Specifically, I picked up a chocolate cake that was delicious in the
coffee they have right next to them (which belongs to them).
was (at last) the time to visit Pienden Brandenburg Gate, I recommend
the sunset, the orange light that sneaks through its arches is
beautiful. The bad, as always, there are many people. Surely if you dare to get up early in the morning look similar and you will not be so «accompanied».
The final stop of our last day was made in the parliament building. You have to know that by booking an appointment previously on the internet you can access the dome completely free of charge. It really worth it, the views are very nice and the building has a wonderful architecture.I hope you like it and serve you! Tomorrow I tell you the rest!Lots of kisses!!@CCPetiteRobe
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