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A block from the upscale shops and eateries of lively Kurfurstendamm avenue, this modern apartment hotel is also 8 km from Alexanderplatz (Berlin's main square). Contemporary apartments come with Wi-Fi (fees may apply), flat-screen TVs and fully equipped kitchens. They also include living and din...
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 1-30 November 2019
Perhaps the most prominent symbol of German history and reunification is the Berlin Wall. There are several key sites you should visit while in Berlin to truly gain an understanding of Germany's struggle for unity. The foremost of these is the Berlin Wall Memorial, offering an opportunity to firstly see one of the few remaining portions of the wall and secondly learn about the role the Berlin Wall played in German history and how it came to be knocked down.
Another unmissable and utterly chilling historic site alongside the Berlin Wall is the Topography of Terror, a museum whose buildings were the headquarters of the Gestapo and the Schutzstaffel during the Nazi era. Although relating to a period two decades prior to the construction of the Berlin Wall, the museum offers a great vantage point from which to see the longest remaining segment of the wall and also provides some insight into the state of Germany leading up to the wall's construction.
Complete your Berlin Wall education with a visit to Checkpoint Charlie, the site that was once the main point of transit into and out of West Berlin for the Allied forces. Today the site is one of the most significant symbols of the Cold War division between freedom and confinement. In 1961, Checkpoint Charlie was famously the site of a dramatic standoff between Allied and Soviet tanks that was feared around the world as being the beginnings of World War III.
Berlin Airport (TXL)
Flights from Australia to Berlin will disembark at Berlin Tegel Airport.
Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL) is Berlin's main international airport and a major hub for international travel to Germany. Also known as Otto Lilienthal, the airport has four passenger terminals and is a hub for Lufthansa.
Airport Accommodation: There are a number of hotels located in close proximity to Berlin Tegel Airport. Book your Berlin Airport accommodation.
Airlines that fly to Berlin
Airlines that offer cheap flights to Berlin from Australia include:
For more information on Berlin holidays check out our Berlin travel guide.