A guide to Europe on foot, from Berlin to Krakow
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Bus tours can be a great way to see everything that a city has to offer. But nothing beats walking the streets of a foreign country, fully taking in everything around you. Whether it is a guided sightseeing tour or just yourself free roaming around the city, the best way to see Europe is on foot. Berlin When in Berlin ensure that you discover the wealth of cultural and historical opportunities that the city holds. Begin at the Reichstag and the Brandenburg Gate, two of the city’s most iconic sights. Located in the very heart of Berlin and less than 1ten minutes away from each other, it will ease you into to your on-foot exploring. Next, why not head to the modern district of Berlin and stroll along Unter den Linden, Alexanderplatz and Ku'Damm? When in Alexanderplatz make sure that you take a trip to the top of the Berlin TV tower to get a birds-eye-view of the city below. You could even map out your next walking route whilst you’re up there. Time for more history, and next up is a visit to Checkpoint Charlie on the south-side of the city, followed by the Berlin Wall Memorial located towards the north of the city centre. Dubrovnik Explore the capital of the Seven Kingdoms, otherwise known as Dubrovnik, now a must-see destination thanks to Game of Thrones. A guided break to this stunning city is the ideal way to explore the Pearl of the Adriatic. Visit the Old Town and walk the 16th Century city walls or visit some traditional shops and restaurants in the pedestriamised Stradun.
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