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Attractions & Sights in Berlin

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Berlin is more than 775 years old and over the decades, all generations have left their monuments and landmarks in town. The densest array of sights in Berlin lies east of the Brandenburg Gate, on either side of Unter den Linden. In the city west visitors should take a look at the broken shard of the Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtniskirche, which serves as a brutal reminder of World War II. Close by starts the famous boulevard Kurfürstendamm.

Attractions A-Z

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Most famous attractions of Berlin

Alexanderplatz

Layer upon layer of Berlin’s urban history is located in Alexanderplatz, interweaving centuries of social, political, and architectural history and repeatedly the subject of public debate and urban design competitions. mehr »

Hinterm Horizont

Hinterm Horizont Berlin
A brilliant show, great theatre coupled with impressive historical video projections and a rock concert that packs a punch. mehr »

Berliner Dom

The Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral), completed in 1905, is Berlin’s largest and most important Protestant church as well as the sepulchre of the Prussian Hohenzollern dynasty. mehr »

Brandenburger Tor

The Brandenburg Gate is one of Berlin’s most important monuments – a landmark and symbol all in one with over two hundred years of history. mehr »

Individual city tours in classic convertibles!

Individual city tours in classic convertibles!
You have never experienced Berlin like this before: Discover the capital in incomparable comfort in a classic convertible with chauffeur! mehr »

Checkpoint Charlie

Checkpoint Charlie, along with Glienicker Brücke (Glienicker Bridge) was the best known border-crossing of Cold War days. mehr »

East Side Gallery

The East Side Gallery is a 1.3 km-long painted stretch of the former Berlin Wall along the Mühlenstrasse in former East Berlin. It is the largest open-air gallery in the world with over one hundred original mural paintings. mehr »

Contest - Berlin Wall around the world

Contest - Berlin Wall around the world
Post a photo of yourself and a piece of the original Berlin Wall and win a six-day stay at The Westin Grand Hotel Berlin including flights. mehr »

Fernsehturm

Everyone is supposed to remember that Berlin’s Fernsehturm (TV Tower) is 365m high and is the tallest building in Berlin. mehr »

Hackesche Höfe

Berlin’s Hackesche Höfe (Hof means courtyard) – just off S-Bahn Station Hackescher Markt, is a heritage site consisting of eight communicating, restored rear courtyards accessible through Rosenthalerstrasse 40’s main arched entrance.  mehr »

The Berlin tourist pass

The Berlin tourist pass
Explore Berlin and take advantage of the Berlin WelcomeCard! Unlimited travel and savings of up to 50%. mehr »

Holocaust Memorial

Berlin’s Holocaust Memorial, located in Mitte on a stretch of the former “death strip”, where the Wall once stood near the Brandenburg Gate, is Berlin’s stunning monument to the Holocaust, dedicated to the Jewish victims of the Nazi genocide of World War II. mehr »

Jüdisches Museum

A timeless monument to Jewish history and life in Germany, Daniel Libeskind’s Berlin Juedisches Museum is one of the world’s undisputed museums and architectural gems. mehr »

DDR Museum - Berlin`s interactive museum

DDR Museum - Berlin\'s interactive museum
A hands-on experience of history: What was life like under socialism, between the Wall and State Security, nudism and Spreewald gherkins? mehr »

Photos of Berlin

See pictures and current photos of Berlin: sights, attractions, streets, places and  mehr »

KaDeWe

Berlin’s most famous trademark department store is KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens) – or department store of the West. It is the legendary, largest department store on the continent. mehr »

Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtniskirche

The Gedächtniskirche or Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is the symbolic centre of West Berlin, an anti- war memorial to peace and reconciliation. Following Allied bombing during WWII, the original, west tower has remained standing as a ruin and is popularly named the “hollow tooth”. mehr »

Museumsinsel

Berlin’s Museumsinsel (Museum Island) is a unique ensemble of five museums, including the Pergamon Museum - built a the small island in Berlin’s Spree River between 1824 and 1930. mehr »

Berlin`s biggest show

The Wyld at Friedrichstadt-Palast Berlin
Experience at Friedrichstadt-Palast visually breathtaking images with more than 100 artists on the biggest theatre stage in the world. mehr »

Neue Synagoge

The New Synagogue, along with the Jewish Museum and the Holocaust Memorial is one of Berlin’s most significant Jewish landmarks. Built in 1866 as the largest Jewish place of worship in Germany, to seat 3200 people the Neue Synagogue was a symbol of the thriving Jewish community. mehr »

Olympiastadion

Berlin’s Olympiastadion and Glockenturm (Olympic Stadium and Bell Tower) was built for the 1936 Olympic Games when the 2400m horse-racing track in the Grunewald district was demolished in 1934 to make room for a new National Stadium designed by Werner and Walter March and supervised by Hitler’s Imperial Interior Ministry. mehr »

Multimedia, surprising, innovative

Blue Man Group
Blue Man Group is an absolute must! The hit show from the USA astonishes and excites people of every age. mehr »

Potsdamer Platz

Berlin’s Potsdamer Platz is the most striking example of the urban renewal that turned Berlin into the ‘New Berlin’ in the 1990s although it is not, strictly speaking, a square. mehr »

Reichstag

Following German reunification on October 3, 1990 the Bundestag (German Federal Parliament) decided, one year later, to reinstate the Reichstag as the seat of Parliament in Berlin, the restored capital of reunited Germany. mehr »

Rotes Rathaus

Berlin Rotes Rathaus, literally Red Town Hall, is the seat of the Berlin Senate – city government – as opposed to local, district government which is housed in the district Town Halls. mehr »

Siegessäule

Berlin’s Siegessäule - Victory Column - is another of Berlin’s monuments that has reinvented itself through the ages - from symbol of Prussian military victory in the 19th century to that of Berlin’s thriving gay community and favourite tourist spot today. mehr »

Tiergarten

Tiergarten in Berlin refers to the parliamentary, government and diplomatic district as well as to Berlin’s largest and most popular inner-city park. mehr »

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DDR Museum - Berlin's interactive museum 

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