Sightseeing Tour Berlin - Information

BrandenburgerTor

Brandenburger Tor:

The Brandenburg Gate is one of the most famous landmark of the city. It was designed by Carl Gotthard Langhans and built in 1788 to 1791. It was after the second world war, a symbol of the division, since 1989 a Symbol for the unification of Germany. ... More to the Brandenburg Gate

Reichstag

Reichstag:

Here, the German parliament meets with its 622 deputies. The Reichstag was built in 1884-1894 according to designs by Paul Wallot. From 1991 to 1999, but was modernized so that it now adorns a huge glass dome. ... More about the Reichstag

Kanzleramt nachts

Kanzleramt:

Designed by Axel Schultes and Charlotte Frank, Kanzleramt is a real eye-catcher. Here are the offices of the Registrar, his minister, the cabinet room and several meeting rooms. But the building itself does not have only workingrooms it also has living rooms. ... More about the Chancellor's Office (only available in German or French)

Haus der Kulturen der Welt

Haus der Kulturen der Welt:

The HHC is a gift to West Berlin, a friend of the U.S. and was built in 1957 on the International Building Exhibition. Today it is a place for international contemporary arts and discussions on current developments. ... More about House of World Cultures

Schloss Bellevue

Schloss Bellevue:

Built in the 1785 Schloss Bellevue is the official residence of the incumbent President. It consists of a two-storey main building and two wings. The huge park behind the castle is used for various celebrations as part of the President Office. ... More about the Bellevue Palace

Siegessäule

Berliner Siegessäule (Berlin Victory Column):

The Victory Column, with its golden Victoria – by Berliners Goldelse called – is in the middle of Berlin since 1873 and is a subject to the listed building.
It is a symbol of the victorious outcome of the German-Danish, the Germans and the French-German wars between 1864 and 1871. ... More on the Berlin Victory Column

Berliner Zoo

Zoologischer Garten Berlin (Zoologic Garden Berlin):

The mid-19th Century opened the Berlin Zoo with 35 hectares of land and it houses over 15,000 animals of almost 1,500 species. He is the most diverse zoo in the world and value for everyone in any case a visit. ... More about the Zoologischer Garten Berlin

Gedächtniskirche

Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church):

The Memorial Church at the end of the 19th Century in memory of Kaiser Wilhelm, is built on Breitscheidplatz in Berlin Charlottenburg. Although the church was destroyed in World War II by air raids, it is still a tourist magnet. ... More to the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

KaDeWe

KaDeWe:

The traditional department store on the west is in the Tauentziehenstraße. Thanks to its extensive product range can be found on its eight floors of merchandise for the small and large budgets. From food to clothing to sports, toys and drinking has to offer it all. ... More to KaDeWe

Mexikanische Botschaft

Mexican Embassy:

The Mexican Embassy is known for its extraordinary architecture.Vertical concrete struts distinguish the facade of the building designed by a Mexican architect. ... More to the Mexican Embassy (only available in German)

Italienische Botschaft

Italian Embassy:

Asked the now listed, neo-classical building of the Italian Embassy is particularly striking with its pink-colored exterior walls. The Embassy is located between the Japanese and the Indian Embassy in the zoo road. ... More to the Italian Embassy (only available in German)

Potsdamer Platz

Potsdamer Platz:

Another attraction is the Potsdamer Platz. Here you will find not only the same station, but the Sony Center, the imposing building of the Deutsche Bahn and numerous opportunities to pass the free time, such as restaurants, bars and cinemas. ... More to Potsdamer Platz

Berliner Mauer Grafitti

Remains of the Wall:

Here you go past the remains of the Berlin Wall. Almost three decades have been East and West Berlin by the GDR built on the 167.8 km long wall separately. The estimated numbers of people who were shot trying to escape, go far apart. Only in 1989 it was re-opened and pulled down except a few radicals. ... More to the Berlin Wall

Checkpoint Charlie

Checkpoint Charlie:

Checkpoint Charlie was the time of the Berlin Wall, the border between American and Soviet sectors, and thus the border between East and West. However, this checkpoint could not be transgressed by civilians. ... More about Checkpoint Charlie

Gendarmenmarkt

Gendarmenmarkt:

The Gendarmenmarkt is one of the most prestigious squares in Berlin. On it you will find the concert hall, the German and the French Cathedral. ...More about the Gendarmenmarkt

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