Attractions

Attractions

Enjoy the view of the southern sky with a glass of wine, dive through the ocean in an elevator, or snuggle up to Brad Pitt, the Hollywood heartthrob. You don’t need to book a trip around the world to experience all of this. Instead, all that you need is a ticket to Berlin. While there, make sure to visit the capital city’s countless attractions: the planetarium, the aquarium and the wax work museum, amongst many others. It is guaranteed to be an unforgettable trip.

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History hands-on: what was life like under communism, with the Wall, secret police, nude beaches, Spreewald gherkins, and full employment while having nothing to buy?
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The Siegessäule (Victory Column), the Reichstag, the Hauptbahnhof (Central Station), and much more! Nowhere else will you find such a quick overview of the German...
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Sinister, musty, eerie – only a chamber of horrors would advertise itself that way. Although a lot of kids and teenagers like getting creeped out, their parents should...
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One-of-a-kind in Europe: fly from a height of 125m from the roof of the Park Inn Berlin-Alexanderplatz with probably the fastest abseil winch in the world. All dates and...
There aren't enough superlatives to describe the Archenhold Observatory. This is the oldest and largest public observatory in Germany, and home to the longest moveable...
Anyone who has ever been to Berlin has seen it. Indeed, it is hard to imagine not being able to take notice of it. No wonder - the Berlin Television Tower, which is 368...
Actually, it was just meant to be a small garden castle for Sophie Charlotte, the wife of Elec-tor Friedrich III. And this is the reason why the core of the structure,...
About 20 minutes away from the Berlin center by s-bahn, amidst a large parc in the woods, there is the children's and youth's leisure centre and the county's music...
On 9 June 1884, Kaiser Wilhelm I needed three attempts to lay the foundation-stone. It is said that, while he was using the tool, it cracked. The Kaiser did not like the...
After all, it's hard to see all of a city as big as Berlin. All the streets, large buildings and never-ending traffic might make younger visitors feel a bit confused and...
A crown is just a hat that lets the rain in. These words spoken by Frederick the Great demonstrate modesty. It was without any pomp and circumstance, yet with discipline...
This combination of public observatory and large planetarium is like no other in Europe. Set on Insulaner hill in Berlin's Schöneberg district, it is an ideal place from...
From your comfortable seat at the Zeiss-Großplanetarium, just a stone's throw from the Prenzlauer Allee S-Bahn station, you can view the night sky without any clouds...
Just behind the entrance is the tank containing the koi ornament carps. All around there are children and adults sitting and putting their hands into the water, because...
Two elephants made of Elbe Sandstone that are lying down and supporting two heavy columns. Furthermore: a curved roof, decorated with golden, East Asian painting and...
Take an exciting underwater trip and discover more than 5,000 fascinating aquatic animals. Follow the path that water takes from the Spree River to the depths of the...
Underground passages, tunnels and spaces, the smell of mystery and adventure, and, of course, interesting for children and adolescents. Nevertheless, Berlin Underworlds...
Exotic birds fly freely between the palms, lianas and jungle streams; colourful orchids are right at home in the humid environment with temperatures between 23 and 28°C...
At the Berlin Event Cinema IMAX Center on Potsdamer Platz, films for audiences young and old are shown on Berlin's largest screen with the world's best 3-D technology....
Located just outside Berlin, the Filmpark Babelsberg will sweep you away to the world of film and television. Visitors can explore everything related to the film...
The 3500 m² LEGOLAND Discovery Centre invites you to enjoy an unforgettable experience! This is where creativity and fun takes priority. What will you create with over...
For 9 years, LOXX Miniature Worlds has been thrilling visitors with its model railway complex of superlatives – now covering over 950 m². New: Government quarter, large...
An offshoot of London wax museum Madame Tussaud's is located in the heart of Berlin just down the street from the Brandenburg Gate. You can experience first-hand true-to...
The Olympic Stadium is the central venue for major events in Berlin and also serves as home field to the football club Hertha BSC Berlin.
The fantasy worlds of Schwarzlicht Minigolf (black light mini-golf) in Görlitzer Park in Kreuzberg have little in common with traditional mini-golf except the playing...

Located directly on the water, this romantic, relaxed and comfortable restaurant is decorated with wooden furniture, old lamps and ornate picture frames. Simply put, Freischwimmer is a cool location in Kreuzberg’s Flutgraben area. The restaurant is in a very old building that was once used for renting and repairing boats. The entrance is directly next to Berlin’s oldest gas station. You can sit outdoors during the summer and indoors during the winter.