We start the visit to Berlin from the eastern side, passing next to the Alexanderplatz communications tower. We moved through Unter den Linden, the main avenue of Berlin, to approach the building of the German parliament, the Reichstag.
The Brandenburg Gate is one of the main symbols of Berlin and Germany. The Holocaust Memorial is a monument to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust. We ended the day at the modern shopping complex located in Potsdamer Platz.
We started the second day of visiting the remains of the historic Berlin Wall, specifically the East Side Gallery. We continue through Checkpoint Charlie, the most famous of the border crossings of the Berlin Wall, and end up at the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirch.
On the western side we see the Charlottenburg Palace, baroque building. At sunset we walk through the Tiergarten park, located in the center of the city (Mitte). Inside there are places of interest such as the Victory column (Siegessäule).
The last day we visited the Pergamon museum, which houses works such as the Altar of Zeus, the Miletus Market Gate or the Ishtar Gate. We ended up walking through the Scheunenviertel neighborhood, where the Jewish community was located in the Nazi era.