Not much to see, it's a long road with sparsely spread souvenir shops , a few tourist trap restaurants and not much else.
About Unter den Linden
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What a beautiful iconic road leading up to the Brandenburg gate. The trees have a great scent (we were there in July). I would rate it higher if not for the two or three sets of road works spoiling the ambience.
The most important boulevard (wide street) of Prussian Berlin. Today, it is still the important center of the unified Berlin filled with interesting shops and, alas, a lot of heavy construction. Between the Brandenburg Gate and Museum Island, there are not many important sites there...More
Our tour guide told us the translation was "under the trees". We walked this road most days on route from one place to the other. There are a lot of shops and places to eat, there was also a lot of building work going on....More
This is the most important boulevard of Prussian Berlin. Nowadays, it is still the important center of the unified Berlin. However, between Brandenburg Gate and Museum Island, there are not so many important sites today. A few buildings, like Opera House, Humdbolt University campus are...More
Not sure what all the hype is about this street. It is a wide tree-lined boulevard, linking some of the main tourist attractions in the city. It is named after the Lime Trees which line the grassed pedestrian areas. There are points of interest here...More
I guess we only traveled on this road on foot for a short trip. I remember construction and wondering what we were going to see.
A big disappointment. There is nothing prestigious about this street. The stores are mostly souvenir stores; some buildings are nice but most are very common. The street itself is not very clean and there is a lot of construction going –on. Do not waste your...More
If you had only one street to walk in Berlin, this would be a great choice. I saw many of the historic monuments along this street and all were great photo ops on the beautiful day I was there and several warranted more than a...More