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Berlin 3-Day Itinerary: 19 Absolute Best Things to do in Berlin

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Berlin has it all. Vibrant culture, fabulous food, amazing parties, and tonnes of history, making it one of the best cities to visit in Europe. From exploring the grounds of the Prussian Charlottenburg Palace, wandering along the Berlin Wall, to standing in the very room where the Holocaust was planned, Berlin’s history is incredibly tangible. And it can all be seen in just 3 days in Berlin.

From where to eat, what to see and do, where to stay, and general Berlin travel tips, here is my 3 day Berlin itinerary and guide that will ensure you see and experience the very best of Berlin. If I don’t answer all you questions, then leave a comment below. Let’s get crackin’!

Map of Things do do in Berlin

Everything on this 3 day Berlin itinerary has been marked on ma map. Day 1 pins are in yellow, day 2 pins are in pink, and day 3 pins are in blue.


What to Do in Berlin in 3 Days: Day 1


Climb the Dome at Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom)

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Berlin CathedralBerlin Cathedral is one of the major landmarks in Berlin. Its full name is Evangelical Supreme Parish and Collegiate Church in Berlin, Germany but that’s way too long to remember so it’s more colloquially known as just Berlin Cathedral, or Berliner Dom in German.

Don’t let the name fool you, Berlin Cathedral is actually a parish church, and a very special one at that. This was the court church to the Hohenzollern dynasty who were the rulers of Prussia  (1415–1918) and later the German Emperors (1871–1918).

Since Berlin Cathedral is the city’s most important Protestant church, it’s worth paying the entrance fee to see its elaborate and decorative interior. The massive nave is a must-see along with the Hohenzollern Crypt which contains nearly 100 sarcophagi.

For awesome 360° panoramic views over the city, take the 270 steps to reach the dome’s outer walkway. The staircase itself is a highlight with its rich decorations which were originally intended for the German Emperor. An elevator is available for visitors with disabilities.

Berliner Dom offers a range of tours including audio guides, an organ gallery tour and  group guided tours which include the Hohenzollern family crypt, the Sermon Church (Predigtkirche), and the Cathedral museum.

Opening times, ticket and tour information is available on the official Berlin Cathedral website here.


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Explore the Impressive Pergamon Museum

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Pergamon Museum - Market Gate of Miletus

Market Gate of Miletus, Pergamon Museum

If you only visit one museum in Berlin then make it the Pergamon Museum. Famous for its spectacular collection of art and antiquities from Turkey and the Middle East, the Pergamon Museum is one of Germany’s most visited museums and part of Berlin’s UNESCO-listed Museum Island.

Highlights of the Pergamon Museum include the gorgeous Aleppo Room built during Ottoman Period. The room was the reception in a broker’s home in Aleppo, Syria.

Built in the 2nd century AD during the reign of Emperor Hadrian is the Market Gate of Miletus, an impressive gate that was the northern entrance to the the agora (a public space in ancient Greek city-states) in the ancient city of Miletus, in modern-day Turkey. Unfortunately, the gate was destroyed by an earthquake in the 10th or 11th century but was later excavated by a German archeological team who rebuilt the gate and placed it on display here.

Last but not least is the monumental Pergamon Altar (also from the second century BC is), measuring 35.64 metres wide and 33.4 metres deep and with a front staircase stretching a massive 20 metres wide. The altar is one of the terraces of the acropolis of the ancient Greek city of Pergamon in Asia Minor. The base features the battle between the Giants and the Olympian gods.3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Pergamon Museum - Ishtar ate 3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Pergamon Museum

Tips for visiting Pergamon Museum

  • The Pergamon Museum is undergoing some extensive restorations which means parts of the north wing will be closed until 2023, and sadly this includes the Pergamon Altar. The museum is still worth visiting and I would definitely recommend going.
  • The Pergamon is open 10am to 6pm (Thursday until 8pm).
  • During summer the queue can get rather long, either arrive early or skip-the-line and book an expert led tour. Book you tour Pergamon Museum here.
  • Alternatively, buy a Berlin Pass which will give you free entry to the Pergamon Museum and many other major attractions in Berlin and free use of public transportation.
  • Audio guides are included with all tickets
  • Free cloakroom.

For opening times, check the official Pergamon Museum website here

See the Nefertiti Bust at the Neues Museum

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Neues Museum - Nefertiti BusyIf you’re any kind of fan of Ancient Egypt like me, then you have to visit the Neues Museum. As soon as I found out that the well-known bust of Nefertiti, queen of Egypt was on display here, I didn’t care what else they had to see! Unfortunately, you can’t take photographs of it, but that’s ok, it just makes you savour the moment more and study every detail of her beauty.

Other important artefacts worth visiting include the Berlin Gold Hat, one of four known conical Golden hats from Europe’s Bronze Age, making it some 3,000 years old. Covered in thin gold-leaf, the hat stands almost 75 cm (30 inches) high. T the museum’s oldest exhibit is a 700,000 year-old axe head from the earliest Stone Age.

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Neues Museum - Egyptian Statue

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Neues Museum - Berlin Gold Hat

Berlin Gold Hat, Neues Museum

Tips for visiting Neues Museum

  • The Neues Museum is open 10am to 6pm (Thursday until 8pm).
  • I recommend buying a Berlin Pass which will give you free entry to the Neues Museum and many other major attractions in Berlin and free use of public transportation.
  • Audio guides are included. Choose from English, German, French, Italian, and Spanish.
  • Last admission and ticket sales are 30 minutes before closing time.

See the Neues museum through the eyes of an art historian on this private 3-Hour tour or if you’re short on time, there is a shorter 1.5 hr tour.  For opening times, check the official Neues Museum website here.

Visit Marx-Engels Forum

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Marx-Engels ForumThe Marx-Engels Forum is one of Berlin’s last reminders of its Communist past. Named after Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, these larger than life statues are of the authors of The Communist Manifesto of 1848. Both are considered two of the most influential people in the socialist movement.

There was a bit of public controversy surrounding the statues after Germany was reunited in 1990. Some locals wanted them to be removed entirely as they considered them as an unwanted reminder of a regime they opposed. Others argued that they had both artistic and historical significance. An argument which eventually prevailed.

Tips for visiting Marx-Engels Forum

  • Marx-Engels Forum is located in a public park opposite the Berlin Cathedral. No ticket required.

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Berliner Fernsehturm TV TowerLearn about Germany’s History at Deutsches Historisches Museum in Zeughaus

The Zeughaus was once an arsenal for weapons, today it’s one of the most important Baroque buildings in Berlin and houses the Deutsches Historisches Museum(DHM). The permanent exhibition has images and artefacts from the past 500 years of German history.

In the courtyard is a chilling display of 22 hanging “Heads of Dying Warriors”. Each face shows expressions of pain and suffering, which is a more truthful representation of war than simply showing victorious statues.

Every Saturday and Sunday a popular arts and crafts market runs along the east side of the Zeughaus.

Tips for visiting Deutsches Historisches Museum

For opening times, check the official Deutsches Historisches Museum website here

Pay your respects at the Neue Wache Memorial

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Neue Wache MemorialGermany is infamous for its political history throughout the 20th century. From the rise of the Nazi regime to the splitting of East and West Berlin then the reunification in 1990. The Neue Wache Memorial is a place of remembrance dedicated to all the victims of war and dictatorship.

Inside this neo-classicist style building is a large empty room with a pietà-style (a mother and her dead son) sculpture placed directly under the oculus in the centre of the room. Being placed here exposes the statue to the harsh Berlin climate, symbolising the suffering of civilians.

The building was originally built as a guardhouse for the troops of the crown prince of Prussia, hence its name Neue Wache, or ‘New Guardhouse’. It’s been a war memorial since 1931.

Tips for visiting Neue Wache Memorial

  • The Neue Wache Memorial is open daily 10am to 6pm
  • Free admission

Visit the iconic Brandenburg Gate

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Brandenburg Gate EmptyAs the city’s icon, Brandenburg Gate is a must-see for any visitor to Berlin. Built between 1788 and 1791, Brandenburg Gate has come to symbolise many of the city’s historic events. First, it’s Berlin’s only surviving historical city gate, it later came to symbolise Berlin’s Cold War division into East and West, and after the fall of the Berlin Wall it became the symbol of a reunified Germany.

The neo-classical building was designed by Carl Gotthard Langhans, architect to the Prussian court who was inspired by the impressive entrance to the Acropolis in Athens.

Adorning the top of Brandenburg Gate is a Quadriga statue (a chariot drawn by four horses). In Ancient Greece and Roman, Quadrigas were emblems of triumph, victory, or fame. As such, when Napoleon’s army took Berlin in 1806, Napoleon had the Quadriga transported to Paris. It was eventually returned to Brandenburg Gate in 1814 when after Napoleon was forced to abdicate.

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Brandenburg Gate Sunrise 3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Brandenburg Gate Dawn

Tips for visiting Brandenburg Gate

  • Located in an open square (Pariser Platz), Brandenburg Gate requires no admission.

Have Lunch near Brandenburg Gate

Where to eat

By this point you’ll be hungry, and it’s a good place to have lunch with Brandenburg Gate in view. For outdoor dining with a view of Brandenburg Gate, go to Quarré restaurant which serves traditional German dishes. Quarré is part of Berlin’s prestigious Adlon hotel so you can expect top service.

For a quick tasty meal, head to Wurst 🙂 am Brandenburger Tor for Berlin’s most treasured dish, the Currywurst, drenched in a kind of curried tomato sauce.

If you’re vegan or vegetarian try Samadhi Vegan Vegetarian Restaurant for a variety of Asian, Thai and Vietnamese dishes with vegetarian and vegan options. Sra Bua by Tim Raue is another great option, serving Asian and Japanese cuisine.

Climb the Glass Dome at Reichstag Building

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Reichstag Building DomeLocated just north of Brandenburg gate is the impressive Reichstag building with its iconic multi-tiered glass dome – this is Germany’s home of Parliament, known as the Bundestag.

The Reichstag has gone through various developments over the years. The original Reichstag building opened in 1984 and was the seat of the German Parliament until Hitler came into office in 1933 and the building was destroyed in a fire when it abandoned. Additional damage occurred in a World War II bombing and later it became a museum during the Cold War. It wasn’t until 1990 that it was fully restored and reopened.

An essential part of any visit to Reichstag is climbing the dome’s spiral walkway for the stunning panoramic views of Berlin. The rooftop terrace has a restaurant making for a great place to sit back and relax. The dome may seem out of place with the rest of the building architecture but its architect, Norman Foster, designed it to symbolise the goal of establishing political transparency, shedding light on the internal workings below.

There are several options to visit the Reichstag:

Tips for visiting Reichstag

  • Entrance is free, but visitor registration is required in advance. Registration can be done at the German Bundestag Service Centre online here. Alternatively, you can book at the service points at the Berlin Pavillon up to two hours prior to your admission time.
  • Upon arrival, all visitors must show proof of I.D. either a passport or official identification card
  • Admission is every quarter of an hour with the last at 9:45 pm
  • Security checks are carried out on all belongings, no large bags are allowed inside.
  • Audio guides are available in 11 different languages.
  • The Reichstag is open everyday from 8 am until midnight.
  • During summer it gets especially busy, aim to visit on a weekday or move this itinerary around and choose an early-morning time slot to avoid crowds. Another option is to stay for sunset and get a dazzling view the city skyline.
  • Reichstag is fully wheelchair accessible.

For more details, check the official Bundestag website here.

Wander around the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe (Holocaust Memorial)

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Holocaust MemorialThe most sobering experience you’ll have in Berlin will be during your visit to the Holocaust Memorial, dedicated to the 6 million Jewish victims of the Holocaust.

It wasn’t until I moved to Italy that I came into contact with people, places, and memorials from WWII. Apart from seeing my first stolpersteine in Rome’s Jewish Ghetto (the small brass memorials in the ground inscribed with the names of victims of Nazi extermination or persecution) this was my first experience in seeing a Holocaust memorial.


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Covering 4.7 acres (1.9 hectares), the memorial is made up of 2,711 rectangular grey concrete blocks rising and falling in a grid formation. Its significance and symbolism has been interpreted in many different ways, as was intended by the US architect Peter Eisenman. He didn’t want to create a typical memorial, but something a visitor could derive their own meaning from.

One interpretation that resonates with me is how the downward slope directs you away from the outside world, representing the gradual escalation of the Third Reich’s persecution of the European Jewish community. Many visitors have said to have felt trapped the deeper they go in with their only option to move forward.

After spending some time walking amongst the concrete blocks, I recommend taking a private or small-group Berlin walking tour to gain further insight. Also on site is the underground Information Centre which includes moving exhibitions including the Room of Names, the Room of Dimensions, and the Room of Families.

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe - Holocaust MemorialFor a private tour of this and Cold War sights in Berlin, you may want to join this tour.

Tips for visiting the Holocaust Memorial

  • Entrance to the memorial and information centre is free.
  • Visitors are not allowed to climb on the pillars. If you’re travelling with children, they may find it hard to resist this urge.
  • This is a place of remembrance, avoid loud or disrespectful behaviour
  • The memorial is wheelchair accessible.

For information centre opening times, check the official website here.

See Berlin from above at PANORAMAPUNKT

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Sunset from Park Inn HotelWhat better way to close out your first day in Berlin than with a panoramic view of Berlin atop Kollhoff Tower.  PANORAMAPUNKT is viewing deck located on the 24th and 25th floors of the Kollhoff Tower in Potsdamer Platz. Located in the 24th floor is the PANORAMACAFÉ and a spectacular rooftop terrace on the 25th floor.

Whizzing you to the top in just 20 seconds is Europe’s fastest elevator. From up here you can see Brandenburg Gate, the Victory Column, and Bellevue Palace.

Tips for visiting PANORAMAPUNKT

  • Get a reduced price (€7 instead of €10.50) with the Berlin Welcome Card and also receive a 360-degrees panoramic map
  • Admission includes the lift to the top and entry to the exhibition ‘Views of Berlin’, located in nearby Potsdamer Platz.
  • The platform is open 10am to 8pm in summer and 10am to 6pm in winter.
  • PANORAMACAFÉ is open 11am to 7pm in summer and 11am to 5pm in winter.
  • Last entry is 30 minutes before closing time

More details, visit the official PANORAMAPUNKT website here

Visit Checkpoint Charlie on Friedrichstraße

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Checkpoint Charlie Guards 3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Checkpoint CharlieLocated on Friedrichstraße, Berlin’s main shopping street is Checkpoint Charlie, the most famous crossing point between East and West Germany during the Cold War. It’s name, Checkpoint Charlie comes from the NATO phonetic alphabet (Alpha, Bravo, Charlie) where Checkpoint Charlie was the third checkpoint opened by the Allies in and around Berlin.

Located opposite on the corner of Schützenstraße and Zimmerstraße is the open air exhibition BlackBox Cold War which tells the story of those who failed and succeeded in escaping from East Berlin.

Tips for visiting Checkpoint Charlie

  • As you can imagine, being an important landmark and located on a major shopping street, the best time of day is to visit either early morning, or late in the evening.
  • BlackBox Cold War is open daily 10 am – 6 pm
  • There are usually two actors in allied and Soviet attire that you can have your photo taken with. Note that they charge for this.

What to Do in Berlin in 3 Days: Day 2


Cross Oberbaum Bridge

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Oberbaum Bridge 3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Oberbaum Bridge ArchesDuring the division of German, the Oberbaum bridge was the only pedestrian border crossing. From the bridge there is a great view towards the city centre and provides a different perspective of East Side Gallery.

Walk along the East Side Gallery / Berlin Wall

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Berlin Wall East Side Gallery 3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Berlin WallContinuing east over the bridge is the Berlin Wall. I find it so impressive and scary that it was erected in a single night in 1961! It’s equally terrifying that anyone trying to escape to the West risked being shot. I can’t even imagine.

The largest remaining section of the Berlin Wall is known as the East Side Gallery. The wall is fully covered in murals after over 100 artists from all over the world were invited to come and paint it after the fall of the wall. Take your time to walk its 1.3 kilometre length and see the colourful memorials. The most famous of which is the portrait by Soviet artist Dmitri Vrubel depicting the Soviet President Leonid Brezhnev kissing East German leader Erich Honecker – a Soviet sign of great respect. The mural is captioned with “My God, Help Me to Survive This Deadly Love”.

Tips for visiting East Side Gallery

  • The East Side Gallery gets progressively busier throughout the day. I quite liked and preferred being here in the early hours of the morning when no one else was around. Since I was staying at Hotel Indigo Berlin – East Side Gallery, I didn’t have to walk very far to get there. The only other people here at before 9 am were runners. Aim to arrive around the same time to have this historic place to yourself.

Wander around the idyllic Nikolaiviertel (Nikolai quarter)

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Nikolaiviertel 3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Nikolaiviertel SquareThe romantic Nikolai quarter is the cutest part of Berlin with its narrow streets and quaint houses. Nikolaiviertel is oldest residential quarter of Berlin. Back in the middle ages, a trading route passed through through it so tradesmen and merchants settled nearby. Then around 1200, the Nikolaikirche was built and the area became the heart for the settlements of Berlin and Cölln on either side of the river Spree.

In its heyday, Nikolaiviertel was full of taverns, shops, and tradesmen’s workshops. Famous artists lived and frequented the area including German poet Kleist, Casanova, and the German writer Lessing.

Visit Nikolaikirche (St. Nicholas’ Church)

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - St Nicholas Church Spire 3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - St Nicholas ChurchLocated in Nikolaiviertel is St. Nicholas Church (Nikolaikirche), the oldest building in Berlin. St. Nicholas Church was Inaugurated in the year 1230 and features a stunning double spire. The church played a key role during the Reformation, becoming the first Protestant public worship service, after Martin Luther’s religious reforms.

During World War II, St. Nicholas Church was severely damaged and was restored  ahead of Berlin’s 750th anniversary in 1987. Today, St. Nicholas Church houses the Berlin City Museum (Stadtmuseum) which documents the German capital’s 800-year history and history of the church.

Tips for visiting St. Nicholas Church

  • Open daily 10am -6pm
  • Admission is free with the Berlin Pass or is free on the first Wednesday of each month and for those under 18.
  • Audio guides are included and are available in English, French, Russian, Spanish, and Italian.

For more details, visit the Stadtmuseum website here

Have Lunch in Nikolai Quarter

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Where to Eat - Brauhaus Georgbraeu

Brauhaus Georgbraeu

Where to eat

Nikolaiviertel is well-known for its quiet outdoor dining in a cosy surrounding. Choose from more than 20 restaurants, cafés and pubs, many of which serve traditional German dishes.

Servicing traditional dishes like wurst, roasted pork, stews, stuffed cabbage is Zur Gerichtslaube, just a stone’s throw from St. Nicholas Church. The interior is gorgeous with its vaulted ceilings and red brick illuminated by candlelight. Other great restaurants include Café & Restaurant Spreeblick and Brauhaus Georgbraeu, the later serves an amazing apfelstrudel (apple strudel).

See Awesome Views from Berliner Fernsehturm Tower

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Sunset over TV Tower from Park Inn Hotel

Sunset from Park Inn Hotel

Rising up out of Alexanderplatz is the Berliner Fernsehturm (Berlin TV tower), Berlin’s second most recognisable landmark. Towering 368 metres high, it is one of the largest construction in Europe. Berliner Fernsehturm has a panoramic floor offering absolutely epic views of the city.

If you prefer your view of the city to include the Berlin TV tower, then visit the small rooftop terrace at the Park Inn by Radisson Hotel located in Alexanderplatz. This is a no frills bar which has a small kiosk of drinks and snacks. The view is incredible though.

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Go shopping in Alexanderplatz

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - AlexanderplatzAlexanderplatz is Germany’s largest square and one of the liveliest places in Berlin. Named after Tsar Alexander I, who visited the Prussian capital in 1805, there are plenty of shops, cinemas, and restaurants here.

Up until the 1850s, Alexanderplatz was a military parade and exercise ground, and a marketplace for local farmers who sold their produce here.  

Alexanderplatz is also an important historic site. In November 1989 leading up to the fall of the Berlin Wall, peaceful demonstrations against the East German regime culminated here. Since then Alexanderplatz has transformed into a transport hub and the city’s central meeting point.

Tips for visiting Alexanderplatz

  • Most shops open between 9-10am and close between 8-9pm. All shops are closed on Sundays.

What to Do in Berlin in 3 Days: Day 3


Explore the Opulent Charlottenburg Palace (Schloss Charlottenburg)

On your last day in Berlin, leave the hustle of the city behind you and visit Charlottenburg Palace located directly by the river Spree. The palace was built in the 17th century during Germany’s Hohenzollern Dynasty as a royal summer residence.

There is a lot to see at Charlottenburg Palace, highlights include the gardens which were inspired by the Gardens of Versailles and extravagant rooms such as King Friedrich I’s bedchamber and the Oak Gallery, just to name a few.

There is also the Charlottenburg Palace Park with its lovely tree-lined gardens which is open to the public. The Belvedere tea house here has an extensive porcelain collection can you visit along with the neoclassical mausoleum of royal marble tombs where Queen Louise was buried.

Another major reason to visit the palace is for the evening concerts performed by the Berlin Residence Orchestra (Berliner Residenz Orchester) who dress in baroque costumes. They play music by composers such as Bach, Handel, and Mozart, among others. Tickets include a 3-course candlelight dinner in the Palace Orangery. Tickets sell out weeks in advance. Book your Evening at Charlottenburg Palace here.

Tips for visiting Charlottenburg Palace

  • Charlottenburg Palace palace is open 10am to 5pm between November and March and until 6pm from April through October. Closed on Mondays.
  • Allow 2-3 to explore the palace’s main attractions.
  • The gardens are free to enter.
  • Admission to the New Wing includes an audio guide.

Visit the Charlottenburg Palace website for more details

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Where to Stay in Berlin

Hotel Indigo Berlin – East Side Gallery

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Where to Stay - Hotel Indigo East Side Gallery - Room

I’ve stayed in three different hotels in Berlin and out of the three Hotel Indigo Berlin – East Side Gallery was the only one that checked all boxes and where I enjoyed staying in the most. From the warm welcome upon arrival to the free mini bar and awesome views from my window. This stunning boutique hotel is located in the East Side Gallery and upon request you can get fantastic views of the Berlin Wall from your room.

3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Where to Stay - Hotel Indigo East Side Bar 3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Where to Stay - Hotel Indigo East Side Gallery - Rooftop 3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Where to Stay - Hotel Indigo East Side Gallery - Rooftop Terrace 3 Days in Berlin Itinerary - Where to Stay - Hotel Indigo East Side Gallery - Berlin Wall View

Make sure you head up to their top floor for a drink at the gorgeous rooftop bar (also open to the public). There is a large outdoor terrace with lounges. This is an excellent place to watch the sun go down with one of their fabulous cocktails in hand.

Hotel Indigo Berlin – East Side Gallery is well connected too, the Berlin Ostbahnhof train station is just a 10-minute walk and there are various bus stops even closer by.

Book your stay at Hotel Indigo Berlin – East Side Gallery here.


Recommended Tours

Got more time? Here are more places to visit in Berlin

If you have more time and depending on your tastes, you may want to swap out any of the items in this itinerary. Here are some excellent and highly rated tours in Berlin to choose from:

That’s it! After visiting the palace you’ll probably have to starting heading to the airport. I hope you’ve enjoyed this 3 days in Berlin itinerary. If you have any questions, leave a comment below and I’ll get back to you. Don’t forget to take my free German travel phrase guide with you.


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