The Glienicke Bridge is one of the less spectacular bridges that connect Berlin and Potsdam. It stretches across the river Havel and wouldn’t be worth a specific mention if it wasn’t the place of the spy swaps during the Cold War.
It is Sunday at around lunchtime – time to go for a walk – time to go to the visitor’s deck of Tegel Airport. At Tegel Airport guests can observe aeroplanes for hours from the visitor’s deck.
The Aquarium Berlin was established in 1913. It is amongst the aquariums with the most species with its many freshwater and saltwater creatures, the amphibians, reptiles and insects. A visit is well worthwhile not just for kids!
A city tour and relaxation are two sides of the same coin in Radeberg. We went out to explore the City of Beer Path (Bierstadtpfad) and the Planet Path (Planetenwanderweg).
A trip to Radeberg and a visit to the brewery just belong together. As part of our research trip to Radeberg, we, too, visited the Export Beer Brewery Radeberg.
The Hotel Kaiserhof at the edge of Radeberg’s Old Town is somewhat of a central hub. We were invited to spend a relaxing night there. But not before we had a refresher session for our „language skills“ in the Beer Theatre.