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Berlin city tour by bike
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Berlin city tour by bike

Get all the best information for the All-in-One City Bike Tour and book your tickets, skipping the line, at official rates. Get informed, plan, book.

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East Berlin: City of Shadows 3 hours Private Tour with a friendly historian
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East Berlin: City of Shadows 3 hours Private Tour with a friendly historian

Buy your Berlin 3-Hour Historical Tour-East Berlin: City of Shadow with a Historian with Musement with our price match guarantee and secure booking. Get informed, plan and book your amazing activities in Berlin.

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Neues Museum skip-the-line tickets
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Neues Museum skip-the-line tickets

Visit Neues Museum, one of the treasures of Museum Island Berlin, with skip-the-line entrance. Buy your tickets in advance online.

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Hard Rock Cafe Berlin priority seating with meal
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Hard Rock Cafe Berlin priority seating with meal

Get your Hard Rock Cafe Berlin priority seating with menu and experience this one-of-a-kind cafe with its rock vibes and atmosphere!

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Altes Museum skip-the-line tickets
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Altes Museum skip-the-line tickets

Visit the Altes Museum in Berlin, one of the most important museums in Germany. With its antiquities collections it is part of the famous Museum Island.

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Berlin capital of culture guided tour
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Berlin capital of culture guided tour

See Berlin on a guided tour and learn more about its history. See the main places of the different eras, from the kingdom of Prussia to Nazi Germany.

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David Bowie's Berlin city tour
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David Bowie's Berlin city tour

This Berlin tour takes you back to the decadent 1970s city that inspired David Bowie to famous albums. See the places of his life and music.

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Kaleidoscopic Berlin Kreuzberg walking tour
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Kaleidoscopic Berlin Kreuzberg walking tour

Experience the legendary and multiethnic Berlin district Kreuzberg. See colored markets, amazing graffiti, abandoned buildings and much more!

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Berlin TV Tower Skip-The-Line and Restaurant Ticket
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Berlin TV Tower Skip-The-Line and Restaurant Ticket

Enjoy fascinating views of Berlin from a table at the restaurant "Sphere" inside the Berlin TV Tower. The best way to celebrate a special day!

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Bode Museum skip-the-line tickets
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Bode Museum skip-the-line tickets

Visit the Bode Museum in Berlin with skip-the-line advantage and see its magnific collections of sculptures, coins and Byzantine Art.

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Skip-the-line ticket for the Kulturforum Berlin
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Skip-the-line ticket for the Kulturforum Berlin

See the symbol of the cultural rebirth of West Berlin after World War II. Find art, music and human knowledge all together in one place.

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Skip-the-line ticket for applied and decorative arts at Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin
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Skip-the-line ticket for applied and decorative arts at Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin

Marvel at the variety of artisan craft work art at Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin. See masterpieces from three centuries, from jewelry to furniture and relics.

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What to do in Berlin

In Berlin, modernity, and history blend seamlessly, creating a fascinating mix of activities and experiences. From landmark attractions, such as the Brandenburg Gate and the TV Tower, to the vibrant contemporary art scene and rocking nightlife, the German capital is intoxicating. Between the historic sites, internationally prestigious museums, and tasty food from all over the world, you’ll be spoiled for choice. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite things to do here.

The six best things to do in Berlin

1. Enjoy the view from the TV Tower

Berlin’s iconic TV Tower opened in 1969 as a symbol of East Germany’s innovative spirit and communist prestige. Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, it’s become a symbol of the city’s reunification. Climb the tower to enjoy an inimitable panoramic view of the surroundings, you’ll be able to see historical sites and modern buildings. Or enjoy the skyline while sitting in the revolving restaurant more than 670 feet above the city below. Whether it is day or evening, the visit is always a visual feast.

2. Explore Museum Island

Berlin’s Museum Island is a cultural treasure that attracts history lovers and art enthusiasts every year. This island in the heart of the city is made up of five different museums, all equally prestigious. Not to be missed are the Pergamon Museum, where the monumental reconstruction of the Pergamon Altar is located, and the collection of the Neues Museum, which houses the famous bust of Nefertiti. Witnessing years of history and human creativity, Museum Island is an unmissable attraction on a trip to Berlin.

3. Take a cruise on the River Spree

After so much walking, there’s nothing better than allowing yourself to drift on the waters of the river. A cruise on the Spree is a great way to continue exploring the city while resting your tired legs. You’ll also enjoy a new perspective on Berlin. Pass under historic bridges and famous attractions, admiring the unmistakable mix of old and new, that’s the hallmark of Berlin. Beautiful and functional during the day, the experience becomes romantic and even more exciting in the evening.

4. Enter the Reichstag

With a tumultuous history behind it, the Reichstag building, is once again the seat of the German parliament – the Bundestag – and the symbol of the country’s democracy. Its political importance and the beauty of its architecture make it a much-loved attraction. Its glass dome has become another Berlin icon, offering extraordinary panoramic views of the city. Our advice is to visit it after having taken a guided tour of the district, to better appreciate its history and importance.

5. Celebrate freedom at the Berlin Wall

The Berlin Wall is an important symbol, which tells a story of division by transmitting values and the importance of remaining united. It tells of the city’s traumatic past and reminds us of the Cold War and the collapse of totalitarianism in East Germany. Today, in the main remaining portion of the wall, you’ll find the East Side Gallery, a huge free, open-air gallery that celebrates freedom with its paintings and murals. And if you want to learn more about the history of the Wall and the Cold War, pop into the intriguing Wall Museum.

6. Visit the Sachsenhausen Memorial

The Sachsenhausen Museum and Memorial is a short distance from the center of Berlin, easily reachable both by train – it takes about 1 hour – and by car – in 45 minutes. The site is in what was a Nazi concentration camp that detained hundreds of thousands of prisoners. Entrance to the exhibition is free, however with a guided tour you can retrace this terrible chapter of history.

Get ready to visit Berlin

When's the best time to visit Berlin?

We recommend visiting Berlin in late spring, summer or the first weeks of the fall. These are the best periods weather wise – you’re more likely to enjoy sunny days and pleasant temperatures. What’s more, starting in May and running throughout the summer, the city comes alive with events of all kinds, which will make your trip even more special.

How many days should you spend in Berlin?

Plan at least three days to visit Berlin. Indeed, the German capital is a large city, and its main attractions are all over the city. Museum Island alone can take a whole day to visit, depending on your pace and level of interest. With four or five days, you can also do some excursions, such as those to Sachsenhausen or Potsdam.

Where are the best places to stay in Berlin?

Berlin has a very efficient public transportation system that’ll allow you to reach attractions from practically any area you decide to stay in. However, there are several options depending on your tastes. The Kreuzberg neighborhood is perfect if you want to indulge in nightlife and stay in a rebellious, alternative, and multicultural space. Charlottenburg is the opposite – elegant and ideal for those who love luxury and shopping. Finally, Mitte is very touristy but is ideal for those who want to be a stone’s throw from Museum Island and other historical sites.