Berlin's Bridges Schlossbrucke Moltkebrucke and Liebknechtbrucke
Berlin’s Bridges suffered server damage during World War 2 but they are still worth seeing. The sculptures restored to their former Prussian Glory are very attractive. The most famous bridge is the Schlossbrucke but there are many others that cross Berlin’s Spree River and canals. One of the best ways to see them in their glory is to take a Berlin tourist river boat sightseeing cruise. If you walk over the Moltkebrucke bridge you will see that it is guarded by a huge griffin holding a shield adorned with the Prussian Eagle. Have a look at the cherubs on the bridge. They are dressed in a military style and hold up lamps. On the Liebknechtbruckle bridge look out for the ornamental bear designs.
Berlin capital of Germany Ideal tourist city break vacation destination
Berlin capital of the new Germany, is an ideal tourist city break vacation destination. I was not looking forward to visiting Berlin. Apart from the Brandenberg Gate and Check Point Charlie I did not think there would be much to see. Boy was I wrong. I was shocked how attractive Berlin city is. The best parts were in the old East Berlin. Prior to the wall coming down a trip to West Berlin would have been very disappointing as most of the best bits were on the communist side. If you go to Berlin looking for the Berlin wall you are going to be very disappointed as nearly all sections of it have been demolished and erased from the landscape. There are lots of hotels, motels and guest houses to suit all pockets. Traveling to Berlin is very easy. The Airport has its own railway station and you can travel to the heart of Berlin with ease. Try a coffee and marzipan filled croissants, whilst you are waiting for the train.
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