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    10 museums and galleries to visit for free with the Berlin Pass

    Pergamon Museum: Located on Museum Island, the Pergamon Museum allows you to relive the salient phases of the birth of mankind through ancient finds from every corner of the world: from the Assyrians to the Babylonians, to tell a story that has its roots in myth. Entrance price saved with the Berlin Pass: 10 euros.



    Checkpoint Charlie Museum: With the end of the Second World War, Berlin plunges into chaos. American thread or Russian thread? The Checkpoint Charlie Museum is the emblem of the Second World War and the Cold War and preserves the memory of a checkpoint that divided the Western world from the Soviet bloc. Entrance price saved with the Berlin Pass: 10.50 euros.

    Bode Museum: Vast collections of precious sculptures are collected and exhibited in the Bode Museum, the imposing structure located on Museum Island dating back to the early 900s. Entrance price saved with the Berlin Pass: 10 euros.

    New National Gallery: The Neue Nationalgalerie is a museum of 12th century art: from the exteriors designed by the rationalist architecture of Mies Van Der Rohe to the metaphysical works of geniuses of the caliber of Salvador Dalì and De Chirico. Entrance price saved with the Berlin Pass: XNUMX euros.

    Other National Gallery: From the collections of the romantic Friedrich, to the nineteenth-century naturalism of Manet and Renoir, the Alte Nationalgalerie hosts world artistic masterpieces by 12th-century authors. Entrance price saved with the Berlin Pass: XNUMX euros.


    Old museum: The Altes Museum, located on the Museum Island, is one of the most popular and visited museums in Berlin. Emblem of European neoclassicism, the structure has become an icon for its mighty colonnade that characterizes the front elevation. Entrance price saved with the Berlin Pass: 9 euros.


    New museum: The Neus Museum, or the New Museum, was reopened in 2009 after being severely damaged during the Second World War. It was commissioned by the Emperor of Prussia to collect his Egyptian collection, which is still on display to the public today. Entrance price saved with the Berlin Pass: 12 euros.

    Gemaldegalerie: Renowned throughout the world for its precious collections, the Gemaldegalerie, located in Piazza Postdam, collects works by authors such as Raphael, Titian and Caravaggio. It is one of the most important Berlin attractions not to be missed. Entrance price saved with the Berlin Pass: 12 euros.

    Hamburger Bahnhof: This is the former train station in Berlin, now used as a museum. In addition to notable works of art, the Hamburger Bahnhof collects interesting insights and modern multimedia works. Entrance price saved with the Berlin Pass: 14 euros


    Jewish Museum Berlin: Integration and respect: these are the dogmas on which the Jewish Museum Berlin is based, the vast collection that collects thousands of testimonies of over 2.000 years of history of the Jewish people on German soil. Entrance price saved with the Berlin Pass: 8 euros.


    Il Berlin Pass, in addition to allowing free visits to over 60 museums, it allows you to visit many other Berlin attractions for free and to explore Berlin with the Hop-on-Hop-Off bus.

    With the Berlin Pass so you can save and explore the great world masterpieces without worries and experience the culture of the German capital.



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