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A couple of days in Berlin

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We could have 3- 5 days in Berlin in late November. Steves says that in one day you can do Pergamon Museum and Neues in the morning (I know tht you need a timed ticket) and then in the afternoon Topograph of Terror, Wall at Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin Wall Memorial, and Jewish Museum. That seems like a lot to me. He talks about the audio tour at Pergamon only taking 30 minutes.Does that mean 30 minutes is enough for this museum. HOw realistic is this itinerary. What is an approximate time to spend at the museums and Topograph of Terror? I know that everyone is different in their time spent but approximate is fine with me to judge if this is a doable day.
Then on another day he suggests the Hop on-HOp off bus, Reichstage (reservation needed) Brandenburg Gate and German History Museum. What are your thoughts of this day???
I would also like to visit the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe and do the Berlin Underground Walk. Would it be good to put those two together in a day or combine them with something mentioned above in a 3rd day. Any real highlights that you think we should not miss? We may or may not do the Gemaldegalerie.

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