Attractions in Berlin
Lots of attractions, landmarks, museums and historical monuments in Berlin.
Here are a few tips on some of them
The ruins of the old Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church (Memorial Church) in Charlottenburg.
Parliament is just a few hundred yards north of the Brandenburg Gate.
Here you can go up the glass dome and get a nice view, but expect long queue.
A triumphal arch on the Pariser Platz and is now the symbol of the united Germany and the most famous and popular attraction in Berlin.
The Victory Column, is a monument in the “Grosser Stern” in Tiergarten in Berlin, located in the middle of the roundabout on Strasse des 17 June.
You can go up the monument and at the bottom is a museum which discloses Siegessäule’s history.
An amazing building that is a must to visit.
Free entry if you just want to look at the beautiful details of the church.
For a fee, you can also visit the museum in Berlin Cathedral.
Monday-Saturday at 09.00-19.30, Sunday 11.30-19.30. At Lustgarten (Mitte).
Berlin’s most famous pass point on through the wall and border that divided East and West Berlin 1945-1990. Major tourist attraction and is located on the border of Mitte and Kreuzberg.