Reichstag – Berlin
This was built in the 19th century as a parliament building and continues to stand and show off its beauty. It now has a glass dome at the top that is a must-see when you are in the area.
Best Time To Visit You can visit at any point in the year. Since it is inside, you can go while it is raining or cold outside.
You Should Know This area can become quite busy during the tourist season, so make sure to plan ahead. You don't need tickets or to pay to go inside, so this is not something you have to pay for.
Brandenburg Gate – Berlin
This is one of the best boulevards to walk down through Berlin. It leads to Tiergarten Park, where you can enjoy the weather, walk through the gardens, and even have a picnic.
Best Time To Visit You should visit this area when the weather is warmer because it involves a lot of walking outside and enjoying the park.
You Should Know There are small shops and cafes that you can pick up lunch to eat at the park once you get there. Keep an eye out for them.
Berlin Wall – Berlin
This is an iconic piece of the area and one that is the most talked about. While the entire wall is no longer there, there are still remnants that you can visit and check out.
Best Time To Visit You should visit the wall when it is clear, not rainy and the weather is mild and comfortable. It can be tough to stand outside if it is raining or snowing.
You Should Know This wall divided East Berlin and West Berlin from 1961 to 1989 when it was destroyed and the two came together.
Sanssouci House – Potsdam
This is one of the most notable of the fine houses still standing in Potsdam. Home to Frederick the Great in the summertime, it features some of the most beautiful gardens on the outside.
Best Time To Visit This house can be visited at any time of the year and during any weather. Since it is inside, you don't have to worry about the outside elements ruining your time.
You Should Know Built in 1745, most of the pieces inside are still there and they are offering tours for those who might be interested in learning more.
Dutch Quarter – Potsdam
The Dutch Quarter has been mostly renovated but it has a lot of small Dutch brick buildings that were constructed in the past. The neighborhood has a lively, welcoming feel to it.
Best Time To Visit The best time to go is during the warmer months when it is not raining. It is a neighborhood you can walk down and see the shops in.
You Should Know There are people living in the homes, so make sure to be respectful and friendly when walking through the area. It is also known as ‘Little Amsterdam' to many people.
Alexandrowka - Potsdam
This was once a full-on Russian colony in the past, but it is not a museum that has been dedicated to them. This is a big part of the area and definitely something worth seeing because of how interesting it is.
Best Time To Visit You can visit during any point in time, a lot of the pieces of this colony are outside though, so you might want to consider the weather.
You Should Know This is a museum, so you may have to pay a fee to get inside and there are hours to stick too. Check them before heading over.
Madgeburg Gothic Church
This Gothic church is a big piece of the history of the area. It was built between 1209 and 1520, and even though it was partially destroyed during the Nazi era, there is still a lot left to see and explore while there.
Best Time To Visit The best time to go is when it is a bit chillier out, or when it is raining because you can go inside the church and see everything without worrying about the outside elements.
Hamburg’s Red-Light District
If you are in the area to have fun, then Hamburg has plenty to offer you. You can find that the red-light district, though a little crazy, has some of the best clubs to stop in and have fun at. You can be sure to get more out of your time there.
Best Time To Visit It is good to visit when the weather is nicer, and you can bounce between clubs and places.
You Should Know There are a lot of legal things that can happen in this district, but you want to make sure you are alert.