1) Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate
One of Berlin’s most iconic structures, the Brandenburg Gate is 26 metres tall. A lot of people don’t know this but it was once part of the infamous Berlin wall.
2) The Black Forest
It’s been said that the Black Forest, a beautiful mountain range in Baden-Württemberg, inspired the settings for the fairy tales written by the Brothers Grimm. Go visit this place if you ever want to take a break from real life and chill in a fairy tale for a bit.
3) Miniatur Wunderland
With over 12,000 meters of track, the Miniatur Wunderland is the world’s largest railway model. It incorporates almost 900 trains and 200,000 people. You can book a behind-the-scenes tour and spend many hours exploring this herculean feat of architecture.
4) Berlin’s Museum Island
Located between the River Spree and Kupfergraben, this island contains many of the city’s oldest museums. Be sure to set aside a couple of days if you want to explore them all because there’s so much stuff to see.
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