Berlin is indeed a beautiful city that marries its rich past and diverse present. Here’s our adventures from the five days that we were in Berlin, including two day trips that we took to neighbouring regions, Potsdam and Spreewald: 00:16 – Scoot Fly direct to Berlin from Singapore via Scoot! Highly recommend getting the long haul bundle meal too. 00:21 – Berlin Welcome Card For unlimited travel and discounted entrance fees, grab a Berlin Welcome Card for tourists only. Super worth it, and super fuss-free too! 00:26 – Brandenburg Gate This was once a symbol of division during the Cold War, but it now stands for and signifies German unity and freedom. 00:35 – Checkpoint Charlie Checkpoint Charlie was the only point from which foreigners could enter East Berlin from the West while the Berlin Wall was still up. Today, you can take a photograph with the actors dressed as American soldiers for 3 Euros! Otherwise, you can snap shots but it might be a little tricky! 00:45 – Reichstag Building, Reichstag Dome Up here, you can get a fantastic panoramic view of Berlin’s city centre and learn more about the history of this building! Make sure to book your tickets to visit the Dome though, because slots run out very quickly. Don’t worry, it’s free! 00:54 – Mauerpark In the summer on Sundays, everyone’s welcome to a mass karaoke session in the amphitheatre. The vintage market also draws lots of people to Mauerpark, young and old! 01:06 – Mustafa’s Gemüse Kebap Touted as one of the best kebap joints in Berlin, you can queue up to an hour on certain days, no matter the season (yes, even in Winter in the snow..) If you’re ever in Berlin, you HAVE to get one of these kebaps. Super yummy! 01:15 – Markthalle Neun Enjoy a wide variety of food on Street Food Thursdays in Markthalle Neun, from mac and cheese to slow-cooked boar, to artisanal ice-cream. 01:26 – Kneipe Klo Also known as a toilet-themed bar in Berlin, this bar has decorations lining the entire place that make it seem like it was made for Halloween 24/7! Warning: beware of jumpscares around every corner. 01:43 – Berlin Wall Memorial Where the Berlin Wall once stood, there are remnants of border houses that stood in between East and West Berlin in the past. 01:53 – Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe Home to 2,711 concrete slabs designed by American architect Peter Eisenman, its symbolism is open to interpretation, with the most common being that of a graveyard. 02:00 – Topography of Terror (Topographie des Terrors) Once the most feared site of Berlin, it has now been converted into a free public museum for visitors to learn more about the history of Berlin during the Nazi regime. 02:09 – Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Just 35 kilometres away from Berlin, Oranienburg houses the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp. We recommend going on the tour led by SANDEMANs walking tours. 02:25 – East Side Gallery The longest open air gallery in the world that’s free of charge and spans 1.3 kilometres. 02:35 – Burgermeister This joint used to house a public toilet, but has since been converted into one of Berlin’s most popular burger joints. Super juicy meat patties! 02:47 – Spreewald, Lübbenau (Biosphärenreservat Spreewald) Take a day trip one hour out of Berlin to the cozy city of Spreewald. The punt tours are a must-do, so book that early! Also, don’t forget to try their specialties — gherkins! 03:03 – Potsdam 40 minutes from Berlin, this is another day trip that you should take. It really felt like stepping into a fairytale! Check out Sanssouci and the Neue Palais (New Palace)! Stay till the end of the video to find out how we felt and what our favourite experiences were! Have you been to Berlin before? 🙂 Share your experiences with us! ———————————————- Edited by: Sherry Wong – Follow our travel guides around the world on: ► Follow us on our travel adventures on social media: ► @TheTravelIntern Learn about The Travel Intern Programme: ►… Business enquiries: