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Month: November 2018

Discovering Jewish Museum, Berlin
Berlin

Discovering Jewish Museum, Berlin

Where : Berlin’s Jewish museum Discovering Jewish Museum, Berlin We don’t usually visit museums, so we’re very selective on the ones we choose.  We decided to visit the Jewish Museum in Berlin because we heard it was one of the most complete Jewish Museum in Europe.  Also, according Wikipedia it is the largest one too. The museum is located in a nice area of Berlin with a modern style building. The entrance fee was quite reasonable, we paid around $ 8.00 euros per person. How long can we stay ? We spent at least 3 hours ourselves but it’s worth noting that you can spend an entire day exploring if you wish.. It was a breath of fresh air, because many

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Discovering Bunker Berliner Unterwelten, Berlin
Berlin

Discovering Underground Tours, Berlin

Where : Bunker Berliner Unterwelten Discovering Berliner Unterwelten – Berlin Bunker Tours The Berliner Unterwelten is a subterranean museum that must be visited with a guide. This is an amazing opportunity to explore Berlin’s underground history and to visit World War II bunkers.  They are located near the Gesundbrunnen Underground station with the half demolished bunker in the park across the street, which we’ll elaborate in the blog. Many tours to choose from Our ideal tour was to discover underground tunnels that were dug during the cold war.  However, it was unavailable for reasons we forget.  There are many tours to choose from but they did not seem to run every single day. So be sure to check the schedule and availability

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Discovering Autostadt and Volkswagen Factory, Wolfsburg
Discovering : Best Adventures

Discovering Autostadt and Volkswagen Factory, Wolfsburg

Disclosure: This page contains affiliate links, meaning We receive a commission if you decide to purchase using our links mentioned in this page, however at no additional cost to you. Where : Autostadt and Volkswagen factory Discovering Autostadt and Volkswagen Factory, Wolfsburg We first arrived in Wolfsburg on a Saturday.  Wolfsburg is a small city located a little more than one hour by train from Berlin.  The ultimate goal was to visit the Volkswagen factory and the Autostadt (Automobile City). Once there, we were told few visitors attractions were available and the factory was closed for visits on weekends. This is when we decided to visit the Volkswagen museum to make the most of the day.  Serge wouldn’t go down without a

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Discovering Foundation Auto Museum Volkswagen, Wolfsburg
Germany

Discovering Auto Museum Volkswagen, Wolfsburg

Disclosure: This page contains affiliate links, meaning We receive a commission if you decide to purchase using our links mentioned in this page, however at no additional cost to you. Where : Auto Museum Volkswagen Discovering Auto Museum Volkswagen How to get there The Volkswagen Auto Museum is located in Wolfsburg. Since we had the Eurail pass, we took the train, which was a 90 minute ride.  Then, from the Wolfsburg train station it’s a breezy 20 minute walk.  It’s not the most scenic walk, but it was nice to get some exercise. How’s the museum ? The museum doesn’t have a really high tech or modern structure, it looks like a basic factory with a bunch of cars inside. There’s a hallway

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Discovering Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, Berlin
Berlin

Discovering Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, Berlin

Disclosure: This page contains affiliate links, meaning We receive a commission if you decide to purchase using our links mentioned in this page, however at no additional cost to you. Where : Sachsenhausen concentration Camp, Oranienburg-Berlin Discovering Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp If you are visiting Berlin and you want to understand a little more about the history behind the Concentration Camp during World War II, we invite you to check out Sachsenhausen. It’s a small trip outside the city, a little more than one hour by train. Once you arrive in Oranienburg, it’s but a small walk to the Sachsenhausen Concentration camp.  This was a Nazi concentration camp used primarily for political prisoners from 1936 to the end of the Third Reich in

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