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Upon arrival, we will have a guided city bus tour. The rest of the day is free for shopping, sightseeing and exploring Germany’s Capital on your own.

Berlin was previously divided by the Berlin Wall until its fall on November 9, 1989. Some parts of the Berlin Wall are still standing and can be visited. You might also want to see historic sites such as the Berlin Cathedral, the Brandenburg Gate, the 1936 Olympic Stadium, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial, the Reichstag (place were the Bundestag, German parliament, meets), the Soviet Memorial, Koenigsplatz with its Goddess of Victory, and Checkpoint Charlie.

Berlin celebrates the Carnival of Cultures annually with a four-day street festival, the Parade and various parties. About 5.200 protagonists will perform in the on- and off-stage program of the street festival and in the Parade. About 1.5 million visitors are expected over the Carnival.
The Carnival of Cultures is a reflection of Berlin's cultural diversity. It brings together professional artists and amateurs, young and old. It is open towards new trends and styles in youth and minority culture.

The parade starts on Sunday at 12.30pm at Hermannplatz and ends at Yorck street at approximately 9pm.

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