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Berlin Trip Planner

Plan a visit to Berlin, the capital and the largest metropolitan city in Germany, marked with cutting edge architecture, lively nightlife, vivid art scene, renowned universities, museums, clubs, cafes, and parks. The vibrant culture in the city of Berlin will be intriguing for any traveller who visits the place and the city of glamor ties up the travellers with its attractive charm. While the city is modern with a metropolitan culture in place, it still embraces the past culture and traditions. Let us plan your perfect trip for Berlin through Berlin trip planner.

Must see places to add to Berlin

Whether you are a history, art or a nature buff, Berlin has it all for you. A few must have experiences in Berlin include:

  • Take a walk through the Grunewald forest area
  • Visit the Museum Island and explore five of Berlin’s most important museums
  • Head out to Mauer Park and shop in its energetic flea markets
  • Walk along the Berlin Wall
  • Explore the Jewish side of Berlin
  • Visit the DDR interactive Museum and the East German culture

Plan a Trip to Berlin

Planning a route for Berlin- Berlin Route Planner

Step 1:

TripHobo’s Berlin trip planner is a unique travel tool that lets you plan your trip itinerary at the comfort of your home. Chalk out your travel dates and trip duration and enter these details in the Berlin trip planner. Next, enter the start and the destination city and the transit planner will suggest you the various options on how to reach Berlin. Choose from various flight, train and bus options. Next the trip planner will prompt you select from many user-generated itineraries or create your own itinerary.

Step 2:

Confused as to where to stay in Berlin? Berlin has plenty of accommodation options. You can choose from Airbnb’s, or various hotels and book them instantly using the Berlin trip planner. The list of attractions in Berlin include The Berlin Wall, Museum Island, Brandenburg Gate, and Checkpoint Charlie among many others. The Berlin attraction planner lets you drag and drop these attraction to your day plans and create your custom itinerary.

Step 3:

Moving between attractions would require you to take up some form of a transportation. The Berlin route planner will help you find the best and the shortest routes between sites. You can choose from various modes like public transportation, or cabs, or renting a car. Germany being the automotive pioneer, has some of the best and the most advanced public transport systems in the world. The Berlin U-Bahn is a rapid transit system in Berlin that connect the entire city with its 10 operational routes. Should you choose to take public transport, the Berlin route planner will help you find schedules of the trains and buses.

Group Planning:

If you are planning a trip with distinct family members or a group of friends, the Berlin trip planner’s group planning features lets you create a group of your travel buddies. Here, you can chat, share trip goals and edit itineraries along with your buddies.

Trip Cost Calculator:

Probably one of the most important factor of any trip planning is the budget. To make sure that you do not overshoot your budget, the trip cost calculator keeps check on all your selected se4rvces like hotels, flights and attractions and gives you a real-time figure.

3 days in Berlin

Berlin reflects many events from the German history that changed the course of the country, one such example is the remains of the Berlin Wall. Visit Berlin and relive witness its famous (and infamous) history through many museums and landmarks.

Day 1: Suggested by Berlin trip planner

Reichstag: Historical Site, Family and Kids, Architecture
Added 126.8K times in trip plans
Address: Platz der Republik 1, 11011 Berlin, Germany
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
The Reichstag building is a historic landmark in Berlin. This building was constructed using the Renaissance architecture and was used as a meeting place of the lower house of Germany's national legislature.

Brandenburg Gate: Landmark, Historical Site, Family and Kids
Added 138K times in trip plans
Address: Pariser Platz, 10117 Berlin, Germany
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
The Brandenburg Gate is an 18th century monument and one of the most important landmarks of Berlin with over two hundred years of history.

Potsdamer Platz: Landmark, Entertainment, Square, Family and kids
Added 31.5K times in trip plans
Address: Potsdamer Platz 1, Berlin, Germany
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Potsdamer Platz is a square in Berlin situated close to the historic Berlin Wall. This place today is a major entertainment and shopping hub.

Berlin Wall Memorial: Landmark, Historical Site, Memorial, Family and Kids
Added 17.9K times in trip plans
Address: Bernauer Straße 111, 13355 Berlin-Mitte
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
The Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer or the Berlin Wall Memorial is a monument that commemorates the division of Berlin by the Berlin Wall. Many visitors come here to pay their respects to all the people who lost their lives here.

Day 2: Suggested by Berlin trip planner

Unter den Linden: Art and Culture, Landmark, Market
Added 25.7K times in trip plans
Address: Schlossplatz Brandenburger Tor Berlin, 10117
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Unter den Linden is a boulevard located in Berlin and runs from the City Palace to Brandenburg Gate. This street is lined with linden or lime trees on both sides.

Museum Island: Art and Culture, Museum, Landmark, Family and kids
Added 111K times in trip plans
Address: Bodestrasse 1-3, 10117 Berlin, Germany (Mitte)
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Berlin's Museum Island is one of the most visited places in Germany and is home to five world-renowned museums. This island is located in the Spree river in central Berlin.

Berlin cathedral: Church, Religious Site, Family and Kids
Added 75.8K times in trip plans
Address: Am Lustgarten, 10178 Berlin, Germany
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Berlin Cathedral opened in the early 20th century and is also known by the name Evangelical Supreme Parish and Collegiate Church in Berlin, this cathedral hoses many royal tombs and many domes that offers great views of the city.

Neues Museum: Museum, Family and Kids, Architecture
Added 38.4K times in trip plans
Address: Bodestraße 1-3, 10178 Berlin, Germany
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
The Neues Museum is a 19th century museum located in Berlin. This museum houses prehistoric archaeological data along with collections of Egyptian artwork.

Hackescher Hof: Bar, Food and Drinks, Cafe, Architecture
Added 5.1K times in trip plans
Address: Rosenthaler Straße 40-41, 10178 Berlin, Germany
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Located close to the Hackescher Markt in the centre of the city, Hackescher Hof is a courtyard complex that has many shopping and dining options.

Day 3: Suggested by Berlin trip planner

Kurfürstendamm: Walking Area, Food and Drinks, Entertainment
Added 5.8K times in trip plans
Address: Kurfürstendamm 1, 10707 Berlin Wilmersdorf
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Kurfürstendamm is a street in Berlin and is home to many luxury shops, restaurants and cafés.

Gedachtniskirche: Art and Culture, Church, Religious Site
Added 52.6K times in trip plans
Address: Breitscheidplatz 10789 Berlin.
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church or Gedächtniskirche is a church located in Berlin. This 19th century church boasts Romanesque Revival architecture and is a famous tourist attraction in Berlin.

Mauerpark: Park, Flea Market, Family and Kids, Picnic spot
Added 2.1K times in trip plans
Address: Gleimstrasse 55, 10437 Berlin, Germany
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Mauerpark is a public park in Berlin which was previously a part of the Berlin Wall. The name Mauerpark literally translates to ‘Wall Park’

DDR museum: Museum, History Museum, Family and Kids
Added 54.7K times in trip plans
Address: Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 1, 10178 Berlin, Germany
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
The DDR Museum of Berlin lets its visitors experience the day-to-day social lives of the people of Germnat from the era of pre-unified Germany.

Alexanderplatz: Walking Area, Entertainment, Family and Kids
Added 49.4K times in trip plans
Address: Alexanderplatz 1,10178 Berlin
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Alexanderplatz is a large public square in Berlin with many modern buildings and a market place.

Day trips from Berlin:

  • Tropical Islands Resort, Krausnick – Visit Europe's largest tropical indoor pool located just 60 kilometres from Berlin and enjoy a fun day playing in the water.
  • Spree Forest, Lübbenau – Located at an hour’s train ride from Berlin's Hauptbahnhof, this forest is a UNESCO biosphere reserve that has beautiful lakes and canals.
  • Brandenburg an der Havel – This small town lies to the west of Berlin and has many fun, outdoor activities like walk trails, boasting at the lakes and visiting beautiful gardens.
  • Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp – For those interested in dark tourism, the concentration camp at Sachsenhausen speak of a horrific chapter of German history.

Other cities to visit

Plan a visit to Frankfurt, a city located in central Germany. Frankfurt is located along the river Main and is Germany’s financial hub.

Visit Munich, a city in Germany, most famous for its annual Oktoberfest celebrations. Munich has many centuries-old buildings that depict the German history

Hamburg is a German port city and is connected to the North Sea by the Elbe River. Plan a visit to Munich, a city that has many canals, parks and boulevards surrounded by numerous cafes.

Visit Leipzig, a city in Germany that has a rich cultural and musical heritage. Attractions in Leipzig include Stadtgeschichtliches Museum, St. Thomas Church and The Monument to the Battle of the Nations.

Plan a visit to Potsdam, a city which was once the residence of the Prussian kings and German Kaisers.

Berlin Trip Planning Tool

Berlin Travel Tips:

  • Though German is the official language, you will find many people speak English.
  • Learn a few basic German phrases that will help you converse with local vendors and taxi drivers.
  • Smoking in public places is strictly prohibited
  • During summers, the days get very sunny. Make sure you carry a sunscreen and a hat
  • ATM machines are readily available in Berlin
  • It is advisable to carry little cash while moving around Berlin
  • The Munich Beer Festival held every October

German Visa:

Germany is a part of Schengen Agreement and requires a Schengen visa issued by the German Embassy or the Consulate General of Germany to enter the country. Usually the visa is categorised based on the purpose of visit and takes 7 to 8 working days. Make sure you carry all the required supporting documentation for smooth visa processing.


Berlin Trip Planner

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