Berlin, Open Monument Day 2018 – and I finally have time to join one of the free guided tours. In the program, a guided tour to a place that I would not have seen as a monument jumps into my eye.
Nestled between residential buildings in the Berlin district of Treptow-Köpenick stand flat barracks that today house the Documentation Centre Nazi Forced Labour. Here, in a former forced labour camp, you can learn how forced labourers lived in Germany during the National Socialist era, read a lot about human fates and tragedies.
Sacrow is a small town located between Berlin-Kladow and Potsdam in Brandenburg. For us, this was the starting point for a short hike through the Königswald forest along the Sacrower See lake.
Sure, Copenhagen is a big city, but some of the most beautiful sights are relatively close together, so you can explore Copenhagen on foot.
We set out and visited some of the most famous places.
City trip Berlin
Berlin is not only the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany, but also an independent federal state. Around 3.4 million people live here in the area of the Spree and Havel rivers. Many visitors are enthusiastic about a city trip to Berlin every year.