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Gendarmenmarkt FROM GENDARMENMARKT TO THE SPREE


Gendarmenmarkt is probably Berlin’s fi nest square, with a concert hall, the German Cathedral and the French Cathedral. As you make your way from here to Museum Island, you will pass by the State Opera House and the


Neue Wache,


a Neoclassical temple-like structure by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, and one of Germany’s key memorial sites. In the middle of the Spree River sits Museum Island. The World Heritage-listed cluster of museums is distinguished by its architecture as well as its collections, which boast art from several millennia – from ancient Egypt and Greece to the 19th century. The island in the Spree is also home to the magnifi cent


Berlin Cathedral. This


burial church of the Hohenzollern dynasty was consecrated in 1905, and features elaborate ornamentation.


Insider tip: In culinary terms, there can only be one thing on the menu: the currywurst. Konnopke’s Imbiss food stand on Schönhauser Allee has acquired cult status, while at Gendar- menmarkt, Dom Curry is highly recommended.


NCL SHORE EXCURSION: CITY TOUR


An ICE train reserved exclusively for NCL passengers takes you to Germany’s exciting capital, Berlin, in around 3 hours. The city tour takes in all the city’s highlights, while still leaving time for you to explore on your own.


Weitere Informationen zum Hafen unter ncl.eu For more shore excursions and how to book visit: www.ncl.co.uk/excursions 11


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