Are you in Berlin and on a low budget or wish not to spend a lot? In this article, we give you some of the best things to do and see in Berlin for free of charge. Berlin is the largest city in Germany, so rest assured that you can never run out of things to do, furthermore, it was rewarded several times as one of the best-value cities in Europe.
East Side Gallery
An art enthusiast? If yes, then make sure you do not miss the East Side Gallery. Go for a stroll along the longest remaining section of the Berlin Wall and experience the colorful memorial of freedom. After 1989, a large group of artists from around the globe, turned this into an open-air gallery celebrating peace.
If you love architecture, culture and traditions then Museum Island is a must! Indulge yourself with immense and delicate architecture of the five museums located on Museum Island. The five museums are Bode museum, Neues Museum, Alte Nationalgalerie, Altes Museum and Pergamonmuseum.
The markets in Germany can always be fun and exciting. Apart from all the cheaper things to buy, in some markets you can find bidding which can get pretty intense. You can find food markets in most cities in Germany.
Similar to the food market, the flea market differs because you can basically find many different objects, antiques and artifacts. This is even more exciting than the food market as auctions are frequent and one can experience the hectic ambience.
Escape the hustle and the bustle of the city and go visit, running or hiking in one of the many nature parks in Germany. The country is known for its greenery and they are ideal places to relax and destress for free.
The famous Berlin wall, a must while visiting Berlin. Learn what happened to the people in the past, both sides of the wall. The wall stretches to a distance of 1.4kilometres along Bernauer Strasse.
One of Berlin’s most important landmarks. It was built in 1791, representing the royal city gate of Berlin. Due to the Berlin wall, for many years, it was a symbol of the divided nation, however, after its victory, it acts as a symbol of German reunification.