Sights in Berlin-Mitte

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Frühlingswetter in Berlin

Brandenburg Gate

For decades, the Brandenburg Gate was located in a restricted zone directly on the border between the GDR and the Federal German Republic. After the reunification, it became the most important symbol of the unity of Berlin and Germany.  more



The "Alex" is one of the most visited and most famous squares in Berlin. It is not only the location of the famous and widely visible TV Tower, the square itself has also repeatedly been the scene of historical events.  more



Many important events in German history are associated with the Reichstag building. Today, the building is the seat of the German government. Visitors can tour the imposing glass dome and enjoy a marvelous view of the city.  more

Berlin TV Tower

Berlin TV Tower

There is hardly a corner in Berlin from where you can't see the striking TV Tower on Alexanderplatz. The spherical observation deck of the tower, the highest building in Germany, offers a wide panoramic view of the city.  more

Zukunft der Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz

Museum Island

No fewer than five museums are located on the world-famous Museum Island on the Spree River. The complete ensemble of historical buildings is a World Heritage Site.  more


Holocaust Memorial

The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe is located between the Brandenburg Gate and Potsdamer Platz. The fields of steles with its abstract form encourages reflection on this infamous chapter of history.  more

Potsdamer Platz

Potsdamer Platz

After the German reunification, Potsdamer Platz, which was located in the Wall area during the division, became the largest construction site in Europe. Today, the area has become a new city district with futuristic high-rises, cafés, hotels and shopping malls.  more

Hackesche Höfe

Hackesche Höfe and Hackescher Markt

Hackescher Markt features one of the most beautiful historic building ensembles in Berlin. The historic residential and commercial courtyards have been extensively renovated and now house an interesting mix of small stores, galleries, cafés and restaurants.  more

Filmdrehorte in Berlin


Gendarmenmarkt is arguably Berlin's most beautiful square and the site of three impressive buildings: the German Cathedral, the French Cathedral, and the Konzerthaus.  more

Siegessäule (1)

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

Red Town Hall

Red Town Hall

It is not hard to guess where the Red City Hall near Alexanderplatz got its name: its striking facade is made entirely of red bricks. The building is the official residence of the Governing Mayor and the Berlin Senate.  more

Baustelle Berliner Stadtschloss

Berlin Palace

Hardly any other building project attracted as much attention as the reconstruction of the Berlin Palace. Since 2020, the baroque palace a new space for art, culture and science in Berlin's city center.  more

Berliner Dom

Berlin Cathedral

Opposite the City Palace is the mighty Berlin Cathedral with its eye-catching dome. The interior is decorated with numerous reliefs and mosaics. The dome offers a stunning view of Museum Island and Unter den Linden.  more

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