It's a famous street. Not something I would look to go to. But you will happen upon it when going to some main attractions. It is very clean.
About Unter den Linden
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After taking pictures at the Brandenburger Tor, walking through to 'Unter den Linden' is a good option. UDL offers some good boutiques, a very good cafe (Microsoft Cafe) and a nice boulevard leading to Alexanderplatz and the Dom.
Perhaps it is the most famous street in Berlin, although there is not much to see about it. There is one metro construction that lasts more than five years.
Unter den linden is probably Berlin's most famous street and it is really well worth a stroll along. It leads right up to or from the majestic Brandenburg Gate and has some excellent museums on it or near it. It is a leafy, classy street...More
Unter den Linden is probably the most famous street in Berlin, but it's not as big of an attraction as many make it out to be. You should pass through it while visiting the Brandenburg gate, but don't go out of your way to see...More
Perhaps in five years it will have reclaimed its place as the famous street. At present much is under the detritus of Ubahn construction work. The bring side is that key landmarks have been rebuilt or renovated or are modern monuments to the re-unification of...More
The historic heart of Berlin, and still full of important institutions museums and social life. About a mile and a half long, the historic buildings and infill follow the historic street wall pattern. You can take the 100 buses along it, or walk the distance....More
If you are passing through, then it a decent street to walk through; however, I would not suggest to go out of your way to see it. A wide street, which is parts is pleasant to walk through and in others resembles a construction site.
The avenue, which used to look much more impressive about a decade ago, is currently being renovated and a lot of cranes and other equipment make it feel less of an avenue and more of a construction site. Still, the walk from Brandenburg gate to...More