If You Have 1 Day -- Get up early and visit the Brandenburg Gate, symbol of Berlin, and then walk down Unter den Linden and have coffee and a pastry at one of the cafes along the edges off this boulevard. Visit the Gemäldegalerie to see some of the world's greatest masterpieces. Afterward, go explore Schloss Charlottenburg, one of the finest examples of baroque architecture in Germany. In the evening, walk along the Kurfürstendamm, visit the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, and dine in a local restaurant.
If You Have 2 Days -- On Day 2, visit the Pergamonmuseum on Museum Island; be sure to see the Pergamon Altar. You can also visit the Neues Museum to gaze upon the celebrated bust of Queen Nefertiti. Explore the National Gallery and the Jewish Museum, and then head for Alexanderplatz. Take the elevator up for a view from its TV Tower.
If You Have 3 Days -- On Day 3, go to Potsdam.
If You Have 4 to 5 Days -- On Day 4, take a walk through the restored Nikolai Quarter. In the afternoon return to Charlottenburg Palace and explore the Historical Apartments, and in the evening visit the Europa Center for drinks and dinner. On Day 5, see some of the sights you might have missed. Take some walks through Berlin and stop at the Cold War's Checkpoint Charlie, with its museum. If time remains, visit the Berlin Zoo, stroll through the Tiergarten, and attend a cabaret in the evening.
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