5/5 - Excellent
Verified traveller18 Jan. 2020
Great place to visit
4.5/5Wonderful!(263 area reviews)
Known for its fascinating museums and popular shops, there's plenty to explore in Mitte. Check out top attractions like Reichstag Building and Brandenburg Gate, and jump on the metro at Schwartzkopffstrasse U-Bahn or Reinickendorfer Street U-Bahn to see more of the city.
4.5/5Wonderful!(20 area reviews)
Known for its ample dining options and fascinating museums, there's plenty to explore in Kreuzberg. You can visit top attractions like Checkpoint Charlie Museum and Checkpoint Charlie, and jump on the metro at Prinzenstrasse U-Bahn or Moritzplatz U-Bahn to see more of the city.
4/5Very Good!(29 area reviews)
Known for its lively bars and interesting museums, there's plenty to explore in Friedrichshain. Top attractions like Mercedes-Benz Arena and East Side Gallery are major draws, and you can catch the metro at Frankfurter Gate U-Bahn or Warschauer Straße Station to see more of the city.
Travellers choose Prenzlauer Berg for its lively bars. Hop aboard the metro at Greifswalder Straße S-Bahn or Prenzlauer Allee S-Bahn and check out top sights like Velodrom.
4.5/5Wonderful!(19 area reviews)
Kurfürstendamm and Department Store of the West are top sights in Schoeneberg, and you should be sure to explore the popular shops. Hop aboard the metro at Schöneberg S-Bahn or Innsbrucker Platz Station to see more sights in the area.
4.5/5Wonderful!(37 area reviews)
Gourmet restaurants a must-see zoo and top sights from Olympiastadion to Waldbuhne – discover Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, a destination also famous for its shopping.
Reviewed on 31 Aug. 2020
Reviewed on 24 Aug. 2020
There are many debates about where the real centre of Berlin is, but Alexanderplatz, with its teetering tower and retail therapy, is certainly a contender.
This public square once lay divided between East and West Germany, now it brings people together in a celebration of their city.
Take in breathtaking views of Berlin and enjoy a meal in a revolving restaurant inside the sphere of this iconic tower, the tallest structure in Germany.
One of Europe’s most powerful landmarks, this German symbol dates back to 1791 and has played a huge role in the country’s political culture ever since.
Visit some of the world’s most exotic animals without leaving the city. Berlin houses one of the biggest and most elegant zoos in Europe.
Often described as “Berlin’s Champs-Élysées,” this elegant promenade is the city’s premier shopping strip and is punctuated with a moving war memorial.
Verified traveller8 Dec. 2019
It’s awesome. The Germans are always helpful and really chilled. Love it. Thanks Germany