Once you've exhausted everything at Broadband World Forum, don't forget to check out what the iconic German capital has to offer beyond the latest innovations in network connectivity.
Here are the top five suggestions to top up your visit with a little culture.
If your legs aren't tired from BBWF, head for the Unesco-listed Museum Island.
The Island is home to five museums, most notably the Neuss Museum -- where you'll see a spectacular Egyptian bust of Nefertiti -- and Pergamonmuseum, one of the world's major archaeological museums. Pergamonmuseum houses some astounding structures, from the two-story Roman Gate of Miletus to the Ishtar Gate of Babylon, dating from the reign of King Nebuchadnezzar. Don't miss the Bauhaus Museum -- designed by the movement’s founder architect Walter Gropius -- where you'll find furniture, ceramics, prints, sculptures, photographs and sketches, all created in the workshop between 1919 and 1933.
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