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    Def not enough time! There's so much to see in Berlin. I'd recommend the Wannsee Villa. It's a bit out of the city but easy on the S-Bahn. If you're interested in German history, I think it's a must. Also, go up the TV tower - great view and there's interesting outdoor museum which is on the site of the SS HQ - it's near Potzdammer Platz. You'll love Berlin! almost 5 years ago

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    I would hire a guide for the first day. You will see many highlights. In 2days, you will barely scratch the surface of Berlin. Skip a trip to Potsdam to see the castles. Takes all day and your time is limited. almost 5 years ago

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    I wasn't prepared for how fascinating and moving I found the Berliner Mauer Gedenkstaetten, the Berlin Wall Memorial Park. I highly recommend it. almost 5 years ago

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    Pergamon Museum if you like archeology. Check-Point Charlie museum for history of escape attempts from the East. Jewish History Museum for history and contributions of Jews in Europe. almost 5 years ago

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    I'd suggest checking out the many incredible clubs there. I'm not much of a "club-goer" but the discotheques in Berlin are unbelievable. My favorite was Katerholzig. almost 5 years ago

    Answered by Candace via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    I am also interested to hear what people have to say about this because I intend to go myself soon. Love to party and have loved the music coming out of germany for many years now. What about good cheap eats? Any recommendations? almost 5 years ago

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    Derek, check out Konnopke's Imbiss, located under the train tracks at the Eberswalder U-Bahn stop. They serve what I think is the best currywurst in Berlin. They also have other dishes if you're not into curry. Regardless, it's super cheap. almost 5 years ago

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    Try the free walking tour on the first day - it starts near the brandenburg gate at 11am and 1pm. It is a great introduction to the city and you'll meet other travellers who will be able to give you pointers on the awesome stuff they've seen and done! http://www.newberlintours.com/ almost 5 years ago

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