“You know what,” said the donkey, “I go to Bremen, where I am going to be a town musician, come with me, and take up music, too.” And the donkey, the dog, the cat and the rooster walked to Bremen together…
During our visit to Bremen, we were able to spend 2 wonderful nights at the Radisson Blu.
The victory column (“Siegessäule”) in Berlin is located on the main square in the district Tiergarten, the “Großer Stern” – the great star square. It was built according to a design by Heinrich Strack and is now under monumental protection.
The Olympic Stadium in Berlin is definitely worth a visit. On non-working days you can explore this historical place either alone or on a guided tour.
The Pfaueninsel is located in the Havel in the south-west of Berlin. Since 1990, it has been listed on the list of UNESCO as World Cultural Heritage and is managed by the Stiftung Preußischer Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg – a foundation for cultural property and parks in Berlin and Brandenburg.
Not so long ago in the year 1969, a wondrous amusement park opened in East Berlin. It was called Spreepark Berlin and it remained open until 2002.