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Attractions in Berlin


Below you can find a list of all the attractions that Berlin has to offer. Our Top 10 list gives a good idea of what attractions that you simply shouldn't miss on your trip to the German capital. Once you've seen all of these, you can move onto the many other attractions and side trips around the city.

 

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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