The spine of Berlin - lined with shops, restaurants, hotels, and culminating in the famous Brandenburger Tor (Gate) that used to divide east and west Berlin, and was used as a party symbol for the Nazis. It's an aesthetic and exciting boulevard, but venture (way) off to explore Berlin deeper.
What the Champ d'elysees is to Paris, Unter den Linden is to Berlin. Though it is a little bit more stark on this street. You know... Communist rule and all. But since the reunification, there is life on this street once more. Starting from Brandenburg Gate it reaches far to the Reichstag. A good portion of the main sites of Berlin can be found along this street.
Good for a stroll.
this is the avenue that will take you to the bradenburgo gate, this is history.
This wide boulevarded street goes from the Brandenburg Gate to Museum Island. Embassies line part of the street, as does Humboldt University, museums, performing arts buildings as well as souvenir shops and cafes. The name means under the Linden trees, which have been replanted since World War II.