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All Attractions


Below you can find a list of all the attractions in Berlin.

 

Top 10 Berlin Attractions

5 StarFree
The Brandenburg Gate is probably the most recognised symbol of Berlin.
5 Star5€ to 10€
The Pergamon Museum is dedicated to ancient and early modern history.
5 StarFree
The Reichstag is the home of Germany’s lower Parliament.
4 StarFree
The longest remaining section of the Berlin Wall
5 StarFree
The Holocaust Memorial is dedicated to the memory of the thousands of Jews murdered by the Third Reich.
4 StarFree
One of the busiest squares in Berlin
4 StarFree
The famous checkpoint between east and west Germany located on Friedrichstrasse
4 StarFree
Berlin's largest park
4 StarFree
A partly destroyed church on Berlin's famous Kurfürstendamm
5 StarFree
The Topography of Terror is a documentation center which chronicles the Nazis atrocities from 1935 to 1945.

Shopping in Berlin

3 Star5€ to 10€
Alex Center is a large shopping and leisure center located near Alexanderplatz.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Shopping mall in the south of Berlin
3 Star5€ to 10€
The Europa Center was the first shopping mall to open in Berlin.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Luxury department store on Friedrichsstrasse
3 Star5€ to 10€
Located in the district of Wedding, this is another of Berlin's large shopping malls
3 Star5€ to 10€
The largest shopping center in Berlin
3 Star5€ to 10€
Mall near Tegel Airport
5 StarOver 20€
KeDeWe is an internationally famous department store located near the center of Berlin.
Kurfustendamm is a magnificent boulevard located in West Berlin
3 Star5€ to 10€
Famous corner on Kurfürstendamm
3 Star5€ to 10€
Closest shopping mall to the center of Berlin
3 Star5€ to 10€
Exclusive department store in Berlin Mitte
3 Star5€ to 10€
Shopping Center in Friedrichshain/Lichtenberg
3 Star5€ to 10€
Berlin's oldest shopping street

Nightlife in Berlin

3 Star5€ to 10€
Jazz club in west Berlin
3 Star5€ to 10€
Laid back Cocktail Bar in Berlin Mitte.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Cocktails with style
3 Star5€ to 10€
Cowboy themed bar in Prenzlauer Berg
5 Star5€ to 10€
If you only visit one club in Berlin, Berghain should be it
3 Star5€ to 10€
Club on the banks of the Spree in the district of Treptow
3 Star10€ to 20€
Electro live acts near Ostbahnhof
3 Star5€ to 10€
Techno/Electro club in East Berlin
4 Star10€ to 20€
70s styled club in Schöneberg
3 Star5€ to 10€
HipHop/Funk/Soul Bar on Alexanderplatz
3 Star5€ to 10€
One of Berlin's most famous gay clubs
3 Star5€ to 10€
Cuban flavor in the middle of Berlin
4 Star10€ to 20€
Berlin's finest drum and bass club
3 Star5€ to 10€
A mix of art and party
3 Star1€ to 5€
Kitschy club in Berlin Mitte
3 Star5€ to 10€
Live music venue with regular acts from around the world
3 Star5€ to 10€
60s/70s themed dance club
3 Star5€ to 10€
Bar in an old S-Bahn carriage
3 StarOver 20€
Up market nightclub in west Berlin
3 Star5€ to 10€
A summer beach along the banks of the Spree
3 Star5€ to 10€
Berlin's oldest beer garden
3 Star10€ to 20€
Sophisticated bar in Berlin Mitte
3 Star5€ to 10€
This converted motorbike workshop is now a well known Berlin club
3 Star5€ to 10€
Alternative Berlin at its best
4 Star5€ to 10€
Known as one of the best clubs in Germany
4 Star1€ to 5€
Intimate concert venue in Berlin Mitte
A gay bar in Kreuzberg
3 Star5€ to 10€
Bar formed out of a WW2 Officers Club
4 Star5€ to 10€
Live music venue in Kreuzberg popular with the gay scene
4 Star5€ to 10€
Legendary techno club in Berlin Mitte
3 Star10€ to 20€
Famous for its after work parties
4 Star10€ to 20€
Up market bar on Kurfürstendamm
4 Star5€ to 10€
Drum and Bass right on the Spree
4 Star10€ to 20€
Best roof terrace and view in the city

Miscellaneous

3 StarFree
Historic square in the east of Berlin
3 StarFree
Museum documenting the time of the Allies in Berlin after World War II
4 Star5€ to 10€
19th century paintings and sculptures are featured here
4 Star5€ to 10€
Berlin’s oldest museum.
4 Star10€ to 20€
The Aquadom is the world’s largest acrylic cylindrical tropical fish aquarium. It is part of the Sealife Center, which comprises numerous tanks showcasing indigenous and exotic aquatic species.
4 StarOver 20€
Berlin Philharmoniker is a world renowned concert hall.
3 StarFree
A remaining section of the Berlin Wall along with a "Documentation Center" where visitors can see the history of the street and the wall itself.
3 StarFree
Preserved section of the Berlin Wall after its downfall in 1989.
4 Star5€ to 10€
The Berlin Wall Museum displays exhibits relating to the history of the Berlin Wall.
4 Star10€ to 20€
Berlin Zoo is the oldest zoo in Germany.
4 Star5€ to 10€
Berliner Dom is a baroque style Protestant Cathedral built in the late 1800s.
3 Star1€ to 5€
Specializing in Art Nouveau, Art Deco and the Seccession Movement

Castles and Cathedrals

5 Star5€ to 10€
Schloss Charlottenburg is the largest palace in the Berlin area.
3 Star1€ to 5€
Spandau Citadel is one of the last remaining Renaissance fortresses left in Europe.

Churches and Cathedrals

3 StarFree
St Hedwig is a Roman Catholic Cathedral built in 1773.
3 Star1€ to 5€
Home of the Jewish Center in Berlin
4 StarFree
A partly destroyed church on Berlin's famous Kurfürstendamm
4 Star5€ to 10€
Berliner Dom is a baroque style Protestant Cathedral built in the late 1800s.
3 Star5€ to 10€
The Dahlem Museum is a large building complex, housing several internationally acclaimed museums.
4 Star5€ to 10€
The DDR is a privately owned museum where the main focus is to depict daily life in the GDR.
3 Star5€ to 10€
The Deutsche Guggenheim Museum showcases contemporary, mainly postmodern art.
3 Star5€ to 10€
The museum traces the German history back to pre-Roman times.

Famous Squares and Streets

2 StarFree
Karl Marx Allee is an large, impressive avenue near the center of Berlin
3 StarFree
Historic square in the east of Berlin
3 StarFree
Unter den Linden is one of the most impressive and historical boulevards in Germany.
4 StarFree
One of the busiest squares in Berlin
4 Star5€ to 10€
Fernsehturm is a prominent tower located near Alexanderplatz.
4 Star5€ to 10€
The Film Museum is located in the Sony center Berlin and is dedicated to the German Film industry.
3 Star10€ to 20€
A contemporary art museum located in the last remaining train station terminus in Berlin.
3 StarFree
Haus Der Wannsee is a building famous for Nazi meetings which took place during World War II.
2 StarFree
The largest Jewish Cemetery in the Berlin area
4 Star1€ to 5€
Learn about the Jewish history of Berlin
2 StarFree
Karl Marx Allee is an large, impressive avenue near the center of Berlin
3 Star5€ to 10€
Kunstgewerbemuseum displays European craftsmanship from medieval times to the present.
4 StarFree
Sachsenhausen is a German concentration camp used between 1936 and 1945. After the war it was used as a political prison by the Russians.
3 Star10€ to 20€
The Legoland Discovery Center is situated undercover in the Sony Complex.
4 Star10€ to 20€
Berlin's version of the famous wax museum
3 Star5€ to 10€
Markisches Museum is dedicated to the culture and history of Berlin and the Brandenburg region.

Monuments and Memorials

4 Star1€ to 5€
Column of Victory in the Tiergarten
4 StarFree
The famous checkpoint between east and west Germany located on Friedrichstrasse
3 StarFree
A remaining section of the Berlin Wall along with a "Documentation Center" where visitors can see the history of the street and the wall itself.
3 StarFree
Preserved section of the Berlin Wall after its downfall in 1989.
4 StarFree
The longest remaining section of the Berlin Wall
5 StarFree
The Brandenburg Gate is probably the most recognised symbol of Berlin.
3 StarFree
The Sowjetische Ehrenmal is a war memorial constructed by the Soviets to commemorate the 20000 Soviet soldiers who lost their lives in the Battle of Berlin in 1945.
5 StarFree
The Holocaust Memorial is dedicated to the memory of the thousands of Jews murdered by the Third Reich.
4 StarFree
An island near the center of Berlin on which are several world-renowned museums.

Museums and Galleries

5 Star5€ to 10€
The Pergamon Museum is dedicated to ancient and early modern history.
4 StarFree
An island near the center of Berlin on which are several world-renowned museums.
4 Star5€ to 10€
Tells the history of the city of Berlin
4 Star5€ to 10€
The Berlin Wall Museum displays exhibits relating to the history of the Berlin Wall.
3 Star10€ to 20€
A contemporary art museum located in the last remaining train station terminus in Berlin.
4 Star5€ to 10€
The DDR is a privately owned museum where the main focus is to depict daily life in the GDR.
5 StarFree
The Topography of Terror is a documentation center which chronicles the Nazis atrocities from 1935 to 1945.
3 Star1€ to 5€
Specializing in Art Nouveau, Art Deco and the Seccession Movement
4 Star5€ to 10€
The Film Museum is located in the Sony center Berlin and is dedicated to the German Film industry.
3 Star5€ to 10€
The Deutsche Guggenheim Museum showcases contemporary, mainly postmodern art.
4 Star1€ to 5€
Learn about the Jewish history of Berlin
3 Star5€ to 10€
Kunstgewerbemuseum displays European craftsmanship from medieval times to the present.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Markisches Museum is dedicated to the culture and history of Berlin and the Brandenburg region.
4 Star5€ to 10€
A modern gallery opened in 1968 to house European 20th century art.
4 Star5€ to 10€
The DDR is a privately owned museum where the main focus is to depict daily life in the GDR.
4 Star5€ to 10€
Berlin’s oldest museum.
4 Star5€ to 10€
19th century paintings and sculptures are featured here
3 StarFree
Museum documenting the time of the Allies in Berlin after World War II
3 Star1€ to 5€
The Stasi Museum, situated in the Lichtenberg district of Berlin, was the headquarters of the East German secret police.
3 Star5€ to 10€
The Dahlem Museum is a large building complex, housing several internationally acclaimed museums.
4 Star5€ to 10€
A modern gallery opened in 1968 to house European 20th century art.
3 Star1€ to 5€
Home of the Jewish Center in Berlin
3 Star5€ to 10€
Sports bar in Kreuzberg
3 Star5€ to 10€
Cocktail bar in Schöneberg
4 Star5€ to 10€
Home of the 1936 Olympic Games
3 Star1€ to 5€
Panoramapunkt on Potsdamerplatz gives visitors a view across the center of Berlin
4 StarFree
The capital of Brandenburg is only a short ride away from Berlin
3 StarFree
St Hedwig is a Roman Catholic Cathedral built in 1773.
5 Star5€ to 10€
Schloss Charlottenburg is the largest palace in the Berlin area.
2 StarFree
Rathaus Schöneberg was West Berlin’s center of government during the Cold War.
4 Star1€ to 5€
Column of Victory in the Tiergarten
3 StarFree
The Sony Center is a modern, architecturally stimulating complex in the center of Berlin.
3 StarFree
The Sowjetische Ehrenmal is a war memorial constructed by the Soviets to commemorate the 20000 Soviet soldiers who lost their lives in the Battle of Berlin in 1945.
3 Star1€ to 5€
Spandau Citadel is one of the last remaining Renaissance fortresses left in Europe.
4 StarOver 20€
The Staatsoper is Berlin’s State Opera which is over 250 years old.
3 Star1€ to 5€
The Stasi Museum, situated in the Lichtenberg district of Berlin, was the headquarters of the East German secret police.
4 Star5€ to 10€
Tells the history of the city of Berlin
3 StarFree
Unter den Linden is one of the most impressive and historical boulevards in Germany.
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