Berlin (Warnemunde), Germany

Berlin is a worthy rival to London or Paris in terms of history, art and culture. The city's highlights include the restored Reichstag Building with its magnificent glass dome, the Brandenburg Gate and the stunning Museum Island. Explore the old Cold War hot spots and view the Brandenburg Gate, restored to its original magnificence. Or, stroll along the Kurfurstendamm and take coffee in a local café.

WarnemĂĽnde is a seaside resort near the harbor entrance to Rostock, one of the city-states that formed the medieval Hanseatic League. Originally a fishing village before it became a spa and resort in the 19th century. WarnemĂĽnde is also your gateway to Mecklenburg and the German countryside.

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Points of Interest

  • Brandenburg Gate
  • Berlin Wall
  • Jewish Museum
  • Museum Island
  • Holocaust Memorial
  • Schwerin Castle
  • Rostock & St Mary's Church
  • Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp

More about Berlin (Warnemunde), Germany Points of Interest

  • Brandenburg Gate

    The Brandenburg Gate was formerly used to represent the separation between East and West Berlin. Built in 1791, it was one of many old city gates around the city of Berlin. The decorative Pariser Platz was laid at the foot of the gate and is now home to many of the city's important buildings.

  • Berlin Wall

    Berlin was a divided city for nearly thirty years – a city with a wall running through its very heart. From 13 August 1961 until 9 November 1989, the Berlin Wall divided the city into East and West Berlin.

  • Jewish Museum

    The largest Jewish museum in Europe, The Jewish Museum Berlin symbolizes the Holocaust and chronicles the history of the Jewish community in Germany from the Middle Ages to today.

  • Museum Island

    Museum island houses five museums between the Spree River and the Kupfergraben. On the island is the mighty Berlin Cathedral which served as the mausoleum for Prussia's kings.

  • Holocaust Memorial

    A poignant and powerful landmark, the monument is an everlasting symbol of the struggle of modern day Germany coming to terms with its turbulant history. This place of hope in the heart of Europe and Germany's capital features 2,711 concrete slabs also described as a "forest of pillars."

  • Schwerin Castle

    For centuries, Schwerin Castle was the home of the dukes and grand dukes. Set idyllically on a small island, it currently serves as the seat of the state parliament.

  • Rostock & St Mary's Church

    Eight hundred years of history have shaped Rostock, considered one of Germany's most beautiful Hanseatic cities, with gabled houses, massive gates, and awe-inspiring churches. St Mary's church boasts an exquisite, working astrological clock that is today maintained by the mathematics faculty of the University of Rostock.

  • Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp

    Sachsenhausen was one of the most notorious death camps of the Nazi empire, and a training center for SS soldiers. The camp was liberated by Allied troops in 1945.

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