This practical guide to travel Berlin in 3 days It will help you prepare the routes on foot or by public transport, so you don't miss anything in one of the most amazing cities in the world.
In the first two days you will have walked through the most important and visited places of the city, including the Jewish quarter and several viewpoints, so on this third day you will take the opportunity to visit the Mauerpark market, if the day coincides with Sunday, the Topography museum of Terror, cross Checkpoint Charlie, stroll through the Turkish quarter to end watching the sunset in Treptower Park.
To do this Berlin guide in three days We have based on the experience of our trips to Berlin in 7 days and Berlin in 4 days. We start!
Practical advice for traveling to Berlin
Other useful tips to prepare your days in the city:
- To get to your hotel from its two airports, Schönefeld and Tegel, you have several transport options: train, bus, taxi or book the direct transfer to the hotel. For more information you can consult this post on how to go from the Berlin airport to the center.
- To not waste much time on commuting in this Berlin in 3 days We recommend the Park Plaza Wallstreet Berlin hotel, located very close to the Museum Island, with good metro connection and great value for money.
- It is advisable to buy a one-day transport pass for zones A and B for a price of 7 euros, if you are going to use this service more than 2 times a day.
- Another good alternative to save on transportation is to buy 4 tickets for 9 euros, which can be used by several people.
- Booking a free tour with a guide in Spanish in Berlin Free!, Will help you understand the interesting history of the city.
- Book the Berlin WelcomeCard, with which you will have unlimited public transport and discounts of up to 50% at many attractions in the city.
For more recommendations you can consult this post of tips for traveling to Berlin essential.
First day in Berlin
East Berlin in 3 days Start early entering the Reichstag to visit its famous glass dome, which opens at eight in the morning. To access the building you need to have a previous reservation online, which you must make in advance, although admission is free.
A few meters walk from the Reichstag is the Brandenburg Gate, one of the icons of the city, which we recommend not to miss both day and night, when they illuminate it and it is really incredible.
Map of the route through Berlin in 3 days