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.
This 17th century square in Berlin is truly an imposing place to visit.
Everything in Berlin goes through the Alexanderplatz, the central square in Berlin - buses, trams, subway and even tourists.
With its 368 meters, the Berlin TV Tower is the tallest tower in Germany and the second tallest building in Europe.
The monument of the Danish-Prussian War is nicknamed by the locals as the "Golden Lizzie".
One of the most iconic fountains in Berlin, Neptune Fountain is a 10-meter-tall baroque fountain, located at the very center of the city.
Designed by Hermann Waesemann and built in 1869, this town hall's style reproduces the Italian Renaissance.
This church, built in the 13th century, is the oldest one in Berlin. It is notable primarily for its interesting twin tower and great…
Let the fastest elevator in Europe get you to the 24th floor in as little as 20 seconds and enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the whole…
This vast green space has been Berliners' favourite place to spend time since the 17th century when these former royal hunting grounds were…
Discover war bunkers hidden under Berlin - exploring these mysterious spaces is certainly a remarkable experience.
Bellevue Palace, located in Berlin's Tiergarten district, has been the official residence of the President of Germany since 1994.
An archive and a museum dedicated to collecting, storing and showcasing art, but also writings connected with the famous Bauhaus School.
The Berlin Spy Museum is a private museum in Berlin which was created by former journalist Franz-Michael Günther.
This building in a square shape was designed by the famous functionalist architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Modern art is showcased here.
Artworks dating back to the 13th - 18th centuries are on display in this famous gallery, housed in a fairly modern-looking building.
Opened in 2003, this center is packed with vintage cars. You can see showrooms, shop for spare parts or take a tour and learn about the…
Opened in 1998, this architecturally interesting shopping center houses more than 120 stores, 19 cinema halls and dozens of cafés, bars,…