Berlin is a city with countless years of history. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, some of the most wellknown concerts took place in this metropolis. The most legendary of all was held in 1990 on Potsdamer Platz, where the British rock band Pink Floyd staged their symbolic rock opera ‘The Wall’. An audience of over 300,000 listened to the song ‘Another Brick in the Wall’ which shook the foundations of the Berlin wall one more time.
The Berlin Wall Memorial is the designated memorial site to this piece of German history, located in the centre of the capital. situated on Bernauer Strasse, it extends along 1.4 kilometres of the former border strip. The memorial contains the last piece of the Berlin Wall and is thus able to convey an impression of how the border fortifications divided East and West Germany. This last piece is a monument to all the pain caused by separation of friends and families and other tragedies. One of the most famous pictures connected to this topic features East German soldier Conrad Schuhmann defecting the GDR with a leap over the barbed wire of the wall.
Boulevard 'Unter den Linden'
The wax museum Madam Tussauds is located at the famous boulevard ‘Unter den Linden’ and is open to visitors every day from 10 am to 7 pm. It is fascinating how historical figures, film stars, sports stars or actors are imitated with wax. The museum is organized in themes including a celebrity section, sports stars, a TV studio, important politicians and well-known artists. Cameras are allowed inside the museum so visitors can take pictures with their favorite figures.
Spandauer Strasse 2
The Berlin Dungeon is an actor-led journey through Berlin’s 700 year old dark history. It is located in Spandauer Straße 2 and open daily from 10 am to 6 pm. With a theme based on real history, visitors can enjoy 10 unique shows where they get face-to-face with sinister characters including twisted monk Pater Roderich or the White Lady and experience various exciting rides through the dark past of Berlin. The Berlin Dungeon will put the nerves of everyone to a test, which is why this attraction is not recommended for children below the age of 10.
Mehringdamm and station 'Zoologischer Garten'
Curry36 on Mehringdamm in Kreuzberg and at the station Zooligischer Garten is the incarnation of Berlin’s Currywurst. It is open on a daily basis between 9 am and 5 am. Curry36 offers all kinds of sausages like the famous currywurst, wienerwurst, bockwurst, a genuine Berlin Bulette, schnitzel and chicken nuggets. Of course, the currywurst comes with the original Curry36-Ketchup. Everyone who would like to share the special experience with Berlin’s best Currywurst can also buy great merchandise like a t-shirt or a sweater with the Curry36-Logo on it.