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Berlin is undoubtedly, together with Amsterdam, one of the capitals that better respects the freedom to be oneself. To express your identity, who you are, what you feel and how you feel it, through your clothes, hairstyle, makeup ... without any judgment of society. Here you have the opportunity to see buying a couple of gays with leather chaps in the supermarket, the same way they would dress in a leather party. And the amazing thing for mewor was not seeing two gentlemen in leather with their asses in the air deciding if they bought chicken or veal for dinner, but the normality with which other people acted while waiting their turn at the counter of the butcher shop .

This naturalness talking about something so  natural as is the human body, can be seen in the Tiergarten, the largest green area in the city. In this gigantic public park located in the heart of the city, there is an area where boys and girls, but mostly practice nudism in summer. I do not know any other city that allows nudism in public, but anyway, I think this shows the Berliners will make you feel that you are in the city where the maxim of "live and let live" becomes more authentic .

On the other hand, the cultural life of Berlin is one of the most vibrant, innovative and creative in Europe. Probably because it is a reflection of the spirit of openness and freedom of its citizens.

The Berlin club scene, in my humble opinion, is summarized by many as the best club in the world: Berghain.

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Places of Interest

Berlin on Film

Berlin is one of those cities that has been perfectly portrayed on the screen by dramas, comedies or immortal love stories. Below, you will find some of the films that you must see before traveling...

Schwules Museum (Homo Museum)

The impetus for the founding of the Schwules Museum was a successful exhibition on gay topics at the Berlin Museum (Märkisches Museum) in summer 1984, Eldorado. This was the first public exposition in Germany of...

Berlin Wall

Also known as « Wall of Shame», was a barrier 45Km long that divided the city in two parts. It was one of the best-known symbols of the Cold War and of Germany's separation after...

Brandenburg Gate

It is one of the landmarks of Berlin. It is located in Pariser Plaz, and is the entry to Tiergarten park. Near it you will also find:

  • The Reichstag, is the meeting place of German...
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Museum Island

It is so called for the complex of five internationally significant museums, which was added to the UNESCO list of World Heritages Sites, from Antiquity to the 19<sup>th</sup> century.

The Pergamon Museum is the most important...

Holocaust Memorial / Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

It is a stelae composed by 2,771 concrete slabs arranged in a grid pattern on a sloping field. More than 10 million people have visited it.

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