We know travelling with kids can be a little bit of a pain. You need a lot of planning to make it as smooth as possible. Mummy plans each trip we make, very carefully.
That’s why it’s best to look at places abroad that don’t take too long to get there. That’s partly why Berlin might be the perfect choice. A non-stop flight can only take under two hours.
Looking at travel guides, there are lots of interesting things to do. The East Side Gallery really interests Mummy. It’s built on the site of the former Berlin wall, which they’ve now turned it into a huge art gallery outside. All the murals are displayed on walls, which sounds amazing.
I wouldn’t understand much of it, but at least I’d like all the colours.
The Berlin Zoo and Aquarium caught my eye too. Zoos are always a good family day out. Did you know this zoo has the largest amount of animals in all of Germany. And my biggest sister has been too, years ago, with her dad
Berlin hotels look very impressive! Mummy was surprised how little some of them cost too. She will have to book carefully though, she loves a bargain. Here you can find good options.
I think we’ll spend a lot of time looking out the window of our room. I imagine the view would be pretty amazing. All the lights and colours at night from up there must be magical.
The markets of Berlin sounds very interesting too. Apparently you can find almost anything there. We all love shopping!
Getting around Berlin with a child might be a little bit of a worry. Mummy did some research though, and apparently there are tours buses that let you hop on and off whenever you please. That sounds pretty good.
The food in Berlin is different to back home, or so I’ve heard. You’ll find chips just about anywhere, but it’s more about what they put on them. Mayonnaise and curried sausage might sound odd but it’s worth a try.
Of course Germany is famous for pastry and desserts too. I just love chocolate cake. I will definitely find a few bakeries if I ever do go to Berlin.
If Mummy wanted a drink, there are plenty of bars, but with us she will have to find some family-oriented pubs. I’m sure there a couple are dotted around.
If there is time, we would want to check out some local landmarks. It’d be a shame to go over there and not see anything.
The Schloss Charlottenburg and the Reichstag sound interesting. We all quite like historical buildings.
Berlin already has my heart without ever going there. As holiday plans go, it’s definitely looking like a great choice right now.
Have you ever been to Berlin?