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24 hours in Berlin – Germany

Posted by rod - 19.06.2013

24 hours in berlin, Germany illustration by Patrick Hruby

Each month Qatar’s inflight magazine Oryx features a 24 hours in… article accompanied by a lovely illustration that represents the city. In the June 2013 issue the focus is on a comprehencive 24 hours in Berlin guide. So what would you do if you had 24 hours in the German capital? 

“Berlin is much more than the wall that divided it 40 hers ago.”

As you can see in Patrick Hruby’s illustration there is a ton of things to do and see. One of the best ways I feel to see the city is by bike. Not only do you exercise but you also get a better sense of direction absorb the culture, history and you will feel like a local. Sights you shouldn’t miss out are the Brandenburg Gate, Alexanderplatz, Oberbaum bridge, all the lovely museums and of course the Berlin Wall.

If you do visit, don’t forget to eat a curry wurst. Also check out the 24 hours in Munich illustration

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Great article! I want to add my two cents. If you are in a city which isn’t familiar to you then find out as much information about it as it’s possible. Search for its area code here, look for zip codes, write somewhere emergency numbers. This will all be useful.

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