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Berlin Zoo and Aquarium

MUST SEE One of the city’s main at­trac­tions and the old­est zoo in Ger­many in­cludes pavil­ions that pro­vide am­ple in­door space, mak­ing the venue suit­able for rainy days. The zoo boasts the largest num­ber of species and to­tal an­i­mal res­i­dents in the world. The aquarium, one of the largest in Europe, fea­tures large tanks with pi­ra­nhas, sharks, and al­li­ga­tors. Daily 9am– 6:30pm. Zoo or aquarium: €14.50/ 7.50, un­der- 4s free. Com­bined ZooAquar­ium ticket: € 20/10. www.aquarium-, www.zoo- Har­den­berg­platz 8. T: 030.254010. S+U Zool­o­gis­cher Garten. C4 Cur­ry­wurst Mu­seum Learn about Berlin’s most fa­mous street food at this small but en­ter­tain­ing mu­seum. Delve into

Cur­ry­wurst his­tory, dis­cover the se­crets of its yel­low sauce in the "spice cham­ber," and watch movies star­ring the de­li­cious sausage. Daily 10am– 8pm. €11/ 7, un­der- 6s free. www.cur­ry­wurst­mu­ Schützen­str. 70. T: 030.88718647. U Kochstraße. E4 Tem­pel­hof Air­port Park MUST SEE What used to be the city’s most cen­tral air­port is now a four- hectare (10-acre) pub­lic park whose six kilo­me­ters (3.75 miles) of run­ways are used for cy­cling, skat­ing, and a va­ri­ety of other sports. This is where many Ber­lin­ers spend their week­ends, bring­ing BBQ equip­ment or just pic­nick­ing on the grass while their kids fly col­or­ful kites. Tem­pel­hofer Damm. S Tem­pel­hof, U Platz der Luft­brücke, U Bod­din­straße. Off Map

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