Berlin's iconic wild animal park in Friedrichsfelde is a great wildlife attraction and an exciting destination for the young and young at heart.
The picturesque resort located in the Brandenburg surroundings of Berlin's urban center is a great destination for families and fans of exclusive entertainment and excellent food.
The Flea Market in Mauerpark
When it comes to second-hand fashion, art and other cultural kitsch, the flea market in Mauerpark is one of the German capital's most important addresses.
The renowned revue theater in Mitte on Friedrichstrasse is one of the German capital's prime entertainment institutions. Its colorful spectrum of revues, concerts and shows inspires younger and mature audiences alike.
Gärten der Welt
This gardening and landscape art site is a unique attraction in Berlin and the perfect destination for a sunny Sunday not only for you and your family but also for any fan of nature and gardening culture.
This street-food park is a singular spectacle in Berlin and Germany at large. Here, you can find and taste authentic Asian food served by members of Berlin's diverse Asian community.
The Oberbaum Bridge connects Berlin's districts Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain. It is built in neo-Gothic style and houses the underground line U1.
Marheineke Market Hall
The Marheineke market hall in Kreuzberg has become a real institution for local residents. Here you can shop, feast and enjoy.
The Friedrich Ludwig Jahn Sports Park is a huge sports facility in Mauerpark. Best to reach via the Eberswalder Straße.
Pavillon der Einheit
Pavilion in the Korean architectural style on Potsdamer Platz, which stands for German reunification and the hope for a peaceful reunification of the Korean peninsula.
Gallery in former church building. Here contemporary and classical music is exhibited and sold.
Young Museum in Berlin - Kreuzberg in the immediate vicinity of the Jewish Museum. Berlin art has been collected and exhibited here since 1870.
The bathing ship is located in Berlin - Alt-Treptow and is Berlin's only river swimming pool. From here you have a great panoramic view over the Spree and Berlin.
The timber market is located in Berlin-Friedrichshain and represents Berlin's largest sustainable urban development project.
Oranienburger Straße in Berlin - Mitte connects the northern end of Friedrichsstraße with Hackescher Markt and is home to extraordinary restaurants, bars, cafés and sights.
In the Monbijoupark in Berlin - Mitte you can relax on more than 3.5 hectares of green area and observe the hustle and bustle of the Spree.
Schönbrunn in Berlin is not a Viennese castle, but a beautifully designed restaurant and a spacious beer garden in one.
The BRLO Brwhouse in Berlin-Kreuzberg is a restaurant that will amaze you. Here you have the opportunity to marvel at the hustle and bustle of the Gleisdreieckpark directly in our own beer garden.
The gay museum in Berlin's Tiergarten brings you closer to the history of the LGBT community.
The ART CRU Gallery in Berlin Mitte gives people with a disability the opportunity to exhibit and sell their works of art.
The Reichstag building - seat of the German Bundestag and popular photo motif for tourists. One of Berlin's most symbolic buildings.
Former military checkpoint on the inner-city border between East and West Berlin in the Friedrichstraße in Mitte.
Listed court yard in Mitte. Popular tourist attraction, over the years cafes, studios and shops have settled.
Artificially created mountain of rubble in the west of the city. On the summit you can visit a disused listening station.
Central square and traffic junction in Berlin-Mitte. Beyond the city limits probably the most famous square of the capital.
Memorial of the Murdered Jews of Europe
Memorial in Berlin Mitte. Reminds of the victims of the Holocaust during World War II. A place to think.
Next to the television tower, probably the best-known building in Berlin. Symbol of the separation and reunification of Berlin and Germany.
Traffic junction and tourist hotspot in Berlin-Mitte. One of the busiest and best known places in the capital.
The landmark of Berlin at Alexanderplatz in Mitte. Germany's highest building is one of the city's most popular excursion destinations.
One of Germany's largest Protestant churches on the Museum Island in the Spree. Services, guided tours and visits.
Berlin's second known broadcasting tower on the exhibition grounds in Charlottenburg. Offers a viewing platform and a restaurant.
Berlin's largest inner-city park and leisure area on the site of the former Berlin-Tempelhof airport.
Berlin's largest palace complex. Open all year round, free admission. In December scenery of a popular Christmas market.
Colourful street in the trendy Kreuzberg. If you are looking for an unforgettable night, this is the place to be. Wild parties and long bar and club visits are obligatory.
Generally known as the most beautiful place in Berlin. A wonderful Christmas market is held here in the Advent season.
Berlin Wall Memorial - Memorial on Bernauer Straße. Memorial to the Wall Dead. Guided tours and independent visits are possible.
East Side Gallery
The longest preserved section of the Berlin Wall at the Friedrichshain Spree embankment. Popular destination and photo motif.
The German Chancellor's seat in the government district of Berlin-Mitte. Opens its doors once a year on an open day.
FIT – Free International “Tankstelle”
A creative meeting point close to Senefelder Platz. This beautifully decorated area is a place where every artist can freely express his creativity!
The largest Jewish museum in Europe: It contains almost 2000 years worth of history and is an important addition to the Jewish heritage.
This new church with integrated ruins has become an emblem of West-Berlin and symbol of peace after the 2. WW. Free guidances are offered daily.
A free green gardening space for all interested people, where you can participate in workshops and guidings or enjoy the harvested products in the café!
This famous landmark is one of the most frequently visited tourist attractions in Berlin. It provides you with a beautiful panorama outlook over Berlin!
Berlin's second largest green area offers to you a large and gorgeous environment to go jogging, biking and strolling.
Topography of Terror
A historical museum, that reveals the deepest proceedings and secrets of the NS regime. An important part of German history is available to the public at no cost.
Unter den Linden
It's a long and glamorous street, reaching from the Brandenburg Gate up to the Berlin Cathedral.
The highest spot in Berlin. Watching a sunset and the close-by waterfall is an amazing expericence!
Germany's oldest zoo, that attracts many with the variety of animals, beautiful gardens and interesting prorgram. The perfect family trip!