This city gate which has been transformed into a neoclassical triumphal arch has been a popular gathering point for Berliners ever since it…
This majestic historical building, which today serves as a home to the German parliament, is a must see for any history buff.
Also referred to as the Holocaust Memorial, this monument is dedicated to the memory of the Jewish people killed by the Nazis.
This impressive neo-Renaissance basilica is the largest church in Berlin and also the center of the Protestant Church in Germany.
Over 1300 meters long, this is the longest still-standing section of the Berlin Wall - one of the most prominent symbols of the division of…
The monument of the Danish-Prussian War is nicknamed by the locals as the "Golden Lizzie".
Bombed during World War II, this protestant church has never been fully restored.
This boulevard is where the Berlin shopaholics gather. It is a long street where many luxurious fashion brand shops are located together…
This gigantic stadium can seat almost 75 000 spectators, which makes it the largest stadium for international football matches in Germany.
The largest palace in Berlin and a former residence of kings. Commissioned by Sophie Charlotte, the palace was built towards the end of the…
The former airport became so popular that it has been preserved and turned into a recreation area.
The outdoor areas and greenhouses of this garden are home to more than 20,000 kinds of plants from all parts of the world.
The name speaks for itself - in this public park, you can explore different styles of gardens from all around the world, such as Chinese,…
This large and super-pretty park was established in 1985, as the site of Federal Garden Show.
Situated in the romantic setting of the Peacock Island, this palace was built in the 18th century.
The Bierpinsel is a 47-meter-high building built in 1976 and located at Schloßstraße in Steglitz, Berlin.
Berlin Tempelhof Airport was one of the first airports in Berlin, Germany.
Despite its romantic setting by the lake, this villa has witnessed a dreadful part of German history.
Schloss Köpenick is a Baroque water palace of the Hohenzollern electors of Brandenburg which stands on an island in the Dahme River…
The Körnerpark is situated in Berlin Neukölln between Jonasstraße, Schierker Straße, Selkestraße and Wittmannsdorfer Straße.
A UNESCO World Heritage site and a staple of progressive Berlin architecture from the times of the Weimar Republic.