Attractions & Sights

Attractions & Sights in Berlin

Fernsehturm in Berlin
Antje Kraschinski
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.
Potsdamer Platz
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Berlin's Sights by Theme

From architecture and history to parks and gardens: the most important sights in Berlin sorted by topic. more

Panorama Berlin (2)
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Viewing Platforms & Viewpoints

Viewpoints, observation terraces, public roof terraces and observation towers: Discover the best views of Berlin. more

Menschen mit Sehbehinderung in Berlin
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Accessible Sights

Barrier-free sights in Berlin accessible for wheelchair users, visually impaired and blind people as well as deaf and hearing impaired people. more

Top Sights

Frühlingswetter in Berlin
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Brandenburg Gate

The Brandenburg Gate is Berlin's most famous landmark. A symbol of Berlin and German division during the Cold War, it is now a national symbol of peace and unity. more

Reichstag
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Reichstag

The Reichstag building with its famous glass dome is one of the most visited sights in Berlin. It is seat of the German parliament, the Bundestag. more

Siegessäule in Berlin
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Victory Column

From a symbol of Prussian military victory to a popular tourist spot: Berlin's Victory Column has reinvented itself through the ages. more

Checkpoint Charlie
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Checkpoint Charlie

Checkpoint Charlie was the best-known border crossing between East and West Berlin during the Cold War. At the height of the Berlin Crisis in 1961 U.S. and Soviet tanks faced each other here. more

Berlin TV Tower
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TV Tower

The TV Tower on Alexanderplatz is Berlin's most prominent landmark and the tallest building in Germany. Its steel sphere contains an observation platform and a gourmet restaurant. more

Holocaust-Mahnmal
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Holocaust Memorial

The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe or Holocaust Memorial near Brandenburg Gate commemorates the up to six million Jewish victims of the Nazi Holocaust. more

East Side Gallery
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East Side Gallery

After the German reunification, artists have turned this former stretch of the Berlin Wall into the largest open-air gallery in the world. more

Berlin - Humboldt Forum
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Berlin Palace (Humboldt Forum)

Located in the Berlin Palace, the Humboldt Forum is a modern museum inviting visitors to engage in a dialogue between art and science. more

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Glienicker Brücke
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Experience the extraordinary side of Berlin: from sights and history, to hidden oases and a bustling restaurant scene, the capital has a lot to offer. more

Guided tours
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Guided Tours

Guided tours and organized city tours in Berlin: for visitors, tourists and students. more

Mitte, Regierungsviertel
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River Cruises & Boat Trips

River cruises and boat trips in Berlin on Spree river, on Landwehr canal or over the Wannsee. Get your tickets here. more