Brandenburg Gate is the first scenic spot we visited when we arrived in Berlin. It was a sunny day. The gates under the blue sky and white clouds and the square with flowers in full bloom were beautiful. The city gate is still very solemn and sacred. It is shocking and deserves to be a landmark building. Brandenburg Gate is the symbol of Berlin and Germany. The four steeds on the top, the tall and magnificent city gate, stand on the vast Bodhisattva Street... When I look at all this, I will naturally think of the Arc de Triomphe on Champs Elysees Street. Similarly, it has its own temperament. Paris is gentle and romantic. The Arc de Triomphe conveys the joy of triumph, while Brandenburg conveys a solemn and proud mood. But it's also very busy here. You can see tourists from all over the world, there's also a commercial atmosphere, there are some vendors selling things, and there are beer trucks in the woods behind. Suggestion: Although this scenic spot is only a door and can be visited soon, the square in front of the city gate is very large, there are fountains and so on, and there are chairs to rest. It is suggested to stay for an hour to feel slowly. As a must-see scenic spot in Berlin, it is crowded in the peak season. You can choose to come in the morning and at night when there are fewer people, and the night scenery is beautiful. For Germany, the four seasons are a good time to travel, but it is better to go between May and September, when the sky is always clear, blue sky and white clouds are suitable for outdoor.