The capital city of Germany is rich in history and culture.
Despite the physical damage faced in World War II and the Cold War’s psychological impact, Berlin has recreated itself into an international city.
More than 135 million tourists visit Berlin to see how it celebrates its successes while acknowledging its dark past.
Discover the top tourist attractions in this fascinating city with our list of the things to do in Berlin.
Berlin TV Tower
Berlin TV Tower is the tallest building in the city and consists of an observatory and a revolving restaurant. The locals refer to the Berlin Tower as Berliner Fernsehturm.
Reichstag Building is the German Parliament. Visitors can panoramic views from Reichstag’s glass dome, watch Bundestag in action, or grab a cup of coffee at the rooftop restaurant.
Brandenburg Gate symbolizes Berlin’s division into East and West – and, since the fall of the Berlin Wall, it stands for a reunited Germany.
Pergamon Museum is the biggest and most spectacular Museum on Museum Island in Berlin, making it the most visited museum in Germany.
Visitors from far and wide visit Neues Museum to see Egyptian Queen Nefertiti’s bust – she is to Neues Museum what Mona Lisa is to the Louvre Museum.