7 Days trip in Germany

Budget: 0 USD - 1000 USD Historical landmarks Outdoor adventures City sightseeing
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Germany is a diverse and prosperous country in central-western Europe with a rich history, vibrant culture, and modern economy.

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Day 1

  1. Brandenburg Gate

    60 minutes

    Visit the iconic Brandenburg Gate and learn about its historical significance as a symbol of division and reunification of Germany.

  2. Tiergarten Park

    120 minutes

    Explore the vast green spaces of Tiergarten Park, rent a bike and ride through its scenic paths and admire the different monuments and sculptures.

  3. Fassbender & Rausch Chocolate Factory

    90 minutes

    Indulge in the world's largest chocolate selection at Fassbender & Rausch Chocolate Factory, and taste the delicious handmade chocolates and cakes.

Day 2

  1. Berlin Wall Memorial

    120 minutes

    Visit the Berlin Wall Memorial and learn about the history and significance of the wall which divided the city for decades.

  2. Museum Island

    180 minutes

    Experience the rich cultural heritage of Berlin at Museum Island, home to five world-renowned museums featuring priceless art collections and archaeological treasures.

  3. Reichstag Building

    120 minutes

    Climb to the top of the Reichstag Building's famous glass dome for amazing panoramic views over the city as well as to learn about the building's turbulent history.

Day 3

  1. Potsdam Palace

    360 minutes

    Spend the day exploring the beautiful gardens and palaces of Sanssouci Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site located in nearby Potsdam, including the stunning Potsdam Palace.

  2. Berlin Wall East Side Gallery

    90 minutes

    Explore the vibrant and colorful street art murals of the Berlin Wall East Side Gallery, part of the wall which has been preserved and transformed into an open-air gallery.

Day 4

  1. Berlin Zoo

    240 minutes

    Spend the morning at the Berlin Zoo, one of the oldest and most diverse zoological gardens in Europe, and observe a wide range of animals from all over the world.

  2. Oberbaum Bridge

    60 minutes

    Take a stroll along the iconic Oberbaum Bridge over the Spree River which offers picturesque views, and learn about its rich history as a former border crossing during the Cold War.

  3. Berlin Philharmonic

    120 minutes

    Attend an evening concert or symphony at the world-renowned Berlin Philharmonic, considered one of the finest concert halls in the world.

Day 5

  1. Charlottenburg Palace

    240 minutes

    Visit the stunning Charlottenburg Palace, and learn about its rich history as the largest palace in Berlin and former home to Prussian Kings and Queens.

  2. Checkpoint Charlie

    90 minutes

    Discover the history of Checkpoint Charlie, the former crossing point between East and West Berlin during the Cold War, and visit the adjacent museum for personal accounts and artifacts.

  3. Kreuzberg

    180 minutes

    Indulge in the diverse culinary delights of Kreuzberg, known for its multicultural communities, trendy bars, and lively street food scene.

Day 6

  1. Gendarmenmarkt

    120 minutes

    Stroll around the picturesque Gendarmenmarkt, one of the most popular and beautiful squares in Berlin, featuring the classic architecture of the Konzerthaus and the French and German cathedrals.

  2. Viktoriapark

    120 minutes

    Climb to the top of the Kreuzberg hill in Viktoriapark for sweeping views of Berlin, and admire the beautiful waterfall, vineyards, and monument on the way up.

  3. Nightlife at Friedrichshain

    240 minutes

    Experience the trendy and vibrant nightlife scene at Friedrichshain, one of the most popular nightlife districts in Berlin, featuring a wide range of bars, clubs, and street food vendors.

Day 7

  1. Berlin Cathedral

    120 minutes

    Visit the stunning Berlin Cathedral, also known as the Evangelical Supreme Parish and Collegiate Church, and explore its rich history, iconic dome, and breathtaking views.

  2. Victory Column

    120 minutes

    Climb to the top of the Victory Column, one of the most famous landmarks in Berlin, and enjoy panoramic views of the city, as well as learn about its significance in Prussian military victories.

  3. Gendarmenmarkt Opera House

    180 minutes

    Experience a world-class opera performance at the Gendarmenmarkt Opera House, an architectural masterpiece and one of the most prestigious opera venues in Europe.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-30 USD per night
60-100 USD per night
40-80 USD per night


Public Transport
17 USD for a weekly ticket
Bike rental
15 USD per day
30-50 USD for a single trip


Street Food
5-10 USD per meal
Budget Restaurant
10-20 USD per meal
Fine Dining
50-100 USD per meal

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