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A Day in Berlin with a Toddler

A Day in Berlin with a Toddler, Berlin, Germany (B)

If I were to give tips about the best way to visit a city as rich in culture and history as Berlin, I would say you should take you time and devote to it at the very least a good few days. This is particularly true if you are in the company of a little person, with little person needs and wishes, often incompatible with a plan of pure and simple sight seeing. But if 24 hours is all you have in Berlin, you should definitely embrace the opportunity and make the most of it. We did this a couple of years ago. At the time, my son was only one and a half and I was 6 months pregnant: this meant that we had to take frequent breaks to give little and no so little legs a bit of rest, but we had a wonderful time and saw more than we expected. Seeing Berlin with a toddler is definitely possible and surprisingly easy.

We went to Berlin in late October and we got a beautiful sunny day, with clear sky and mild temperatures. We were lucky, but the weather in Berlin is not always as mild, that time of the year: if you go in autumn, you will be rewarded with beautiful foliage, but you should definitely pack warm clothes. We had winter shoes and coats and we used the stroller sleeping bag to keep The Bear warm: especially not walking much, he would have definitely gotten cold, even in the sun. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: A Day in Berlin with a Toddler
Guide Location: Germany » Berlin
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Marta Correale
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Check point Charlie
  • Curry at the wall
  • The Museum Island
  • The Brandenburger Tor
  • the Reichstag
  • Berlin zoo

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