Potsdam Square passes West from the Charlie checkpoint through the exterior walls of the Federal Ministry of Finance, the ancient Federal Senate, which first appeared in front of three modern high-rise buildings, which are the landmark buildings of Potsdam Square. Looking at the prosperity, can you imagine that during World War II, it was once full of landmines. With the development of history, it has become Berlin's transportation hub and commercial center from a barren land. The shiny LOGO on the roof shows their commercial status. The night in Berlin is very beautiful, especially in the squares of Christmas. From the end of November to December, Christmas fairs with different themes attracted many admirers. During Christmas, the center of Potsdam Square became a white world of ice and snow. The theme here is "Winterwelt auf DEM Potsdamer Platz". Snowtubes, Europe's largest mobile ski track, has welcomed countless adults and children. Single person 1.5 Euros, family 4 people 5 Euros, 10 people's small team only 10 Euros, you can experience the excitement of sliding down from the high, exciting and safe. There are also merry-go-round horses, which arouse childlike interest in minutes. Tired and cold, you can buy food and drink in the log cabin of the Christmas market and continue the Christmas Eve carnival. It is also worth mentioning that the Christmas market in Potsdamer Square lasts for a long time, from November 23, 2015 to January 3, 2016. Tips: Address - "Potsdamer Platz mode of arrival - "Light Rail/Metro - "S1/S2/S25/U2 line, tickets for Potsdamer Station - "Free Skiway - "1.5 euros for a single person, 5 euros for a family of four, 10 small teams only need 10 euros.
Potsdam Square is one of Berlin's largest commercial plazas and the commercial center of Berlin. There are many tall buildings and bustling shops. Standing on the street here, his head will be shocked by the glass reflection, but he is very harmonious with the old city of Berlin on the edge, and he feels very comfortable.
The new centre of Berlin is surrounded by lively and colorful urban scenes. In the magnificent modern architecture, restaurants, shopping corridors, theatres and cinemas form a unique integration. In the evening, the Sony-Center and its open-air tent roof in the square attracted considerable attention under the glamorous light. ?
The traffic in Potsdam Square is very convenient. It's very close to Brandenburg Gate, the German national gate, and it's also possible to walk from Tilgarten Park in Sony Center. There are many modern buildings here. The building of Deutsche Railway is near at hand.
As soon as you get out of the subway station, you can see many tall buildings. This is a very modern square. Berlin was almost flattened during World War II, and later built more tall buildings with a more modern style. Only small cities that survived World War II could feel old buildings with a sense of history.
Potsdam Square, which is very difficult to see in Europe, large buildings and shopping malls similar to those in China, is also a relatively new feeling of life center. It seems that all the beautiful men and women are in and out here. It is estimated that the consumption is more expensive.
Potsdam Square has been underdeveloped for many years, because sometimes the Berlin Wall is almost "no man's land". When Germany reorganized and a lot of money was available for development, Sony was the first company to spend a lot of time at headquarters. Since then, a lot of money has been spent here. Now it's a great shopping area.