Meißen is great to discover on foot. The distances on a city tour are not particularly long and there is a lot to see.
Yes, Berlin also has mountains from which you can enjoy the view over the city. The Drachenberg in Grunewald is a great vantage point over the city.
Belvedere Klausberg – Beautiful views in Sanssouci Park
The Belvedere on the Klausberg is a UNESCO cultural heritage site in the Berlin-Potsdam cultural landscape. It is located in the north-western part of the Sanssousi Park.
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Visit to the open-air museum Mühlenhof in Münster
The weather is rather gloomy when the SOLAARIS stops at the shore of the Aasee and we leave the ship to visit the open-air museum Mühlenhof Münster. But we were lucky and during our stay the sun appeared from time to time – ideal conditions to explore the grounds.
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A castle that is actually a palace – Albrechtsburg Castle
In Meissen, Albrechtsburg Castle stands high above the city. It is said to be Germany’s first castle building and is now a protected architectural monument.
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Deep under the Spree – in the pedestrian tunnel Friedrichshagen
Did you know that there are currently 17 Spree tunnels in Berlin? There are already construction plans for tunnel number 18. Rotterdam has the Maastunnel and Berlin has the pedestrian tunnel Friedrichshagen – a tunnel under the Müggelspree.
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