Lonely Planet Central Europe is your passport to all the most relevant and up-to-date advice on what to see, what to skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Admire imperial palaces and perfectly iced cakes in Vienna, hike the peaks of the Tatras mountains, or take a history lesson along the Berlin Wall; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Central Europe and begin your journey now!
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• Pergamonmuseum: Este soberbio museo facilita un viaje en el tiempo por la antigua Grecia, Babilonia y Oriente Próximo.
• Neues Museum: Nefertiti y su séquito real aguardan en este museo maravillosamente reconstruido.
• Berlín en barco: Un circuito en barco por el río Spree permite tomar un refresco mientras se disfruta de las vistas.
Incluye: Alexanderplatz, Schlossplatz y Nikolaiviertel.
• Schloss Charlottenburg: Maravillarse ante el estilo de vida de la realeza prusiana y saborear un pícnic junto al estanque en el parque del palacio.
• Story of Berlin: Concluir un recorrido por la historia de la ciudad con un circuito por un búnker atómico de la Guerra Fría.
• Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche: Meditar sobre la futilidad de la guerra en las ruinas de esta iglesia del s. XIX.
Incluye: Kurfürstendamm y alrededores, Savignyplatz y Kantstrasse.
• Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer: Captar el sinsentido de una ciudad dividida en esta muestra conmemorativa que recorre un tramo de 1,4 km del Muro.
• Mauerpark: Pasar un soleado domingo en el mercadillo y animando a los cantantes del karaoke en este parque recuperado de la franja de la muerte del Muro.
• Kulturbrauerei: Asistir a un concierto, película o mercado de comida callejera en esta fábrica de cerveza de ladrillo rojo convertida en centro cultural.
Incluye: Mauerpark y norte de Kiez, Kollwitzplatz y sur de Kiez.