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Touring Warnemünde/Berlin, Germany

Touring Warnemünde/Berlin, Germany


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In Warnemünde, stroll along Am Strom and marvel at the historic fishermen’s cottages that line Alter Strom, the main canal. A 100-feet-high lighthouse offers panoramic views (2), and the Teepott (“teapot”) at its foot houses restaurants and cafés. From there, walk the 600-yard Westmole (breakwater), or stroll the seafront promenade, overlooking dunes and the beautiful white beach. To explore Rostock, start at Neuer Markt with its gabled houses. Walk along Kröpeliner Straße, a lively pedestrian promenade. Nearby, 13th-century St. Marien Church and its astronomical clock are worth a stop. End your walk at University Square and its crazy-looking Brunnen der Lebensfreude (“Fountain of Joy”). Berlin! So much to see, so little time! Of course, there’s the Reichstag, Germany’s parliament, and nearby Brandenburg Gate, symbol of the once-divided city. Take in the Holocaust Memorial, relax at Tiergarten, Berlin’s central park, or stroll Unter den Linden. Also worthy are Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin’s most elegant square, Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral), resting place of the royal Hohenzollerns, and modern Potsdamer Platz. The 1,200-foot Fernsehturm (TV tower) at Alexanderplatz offers scenic views (13/8.50 ages 4-16, under age 4, free). Delve into the Cold War era at Checkpoint Charlie, the fabled gateway between East and West Berlin. Stunning Charlottenburg Palace is farther out but definitely worth the trip. Lastly, there’s fancy Kurfürstendamm (Ku’damm for short) lined with impressive residences.

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