Fat Tire Tours Berlin
This top-rated outfit runs English-language tours by bike, e-bike and Segway. Options include a classic city spin; tours with a focus on...
This elaborate fountain was designed by Reinhold Begas in 1891 and depicts Neptune holding court over a quartet of buxom beauties...
This Gothic brick gem has welcomed worshippers since the 13th century, making it one of Berlin’s oldest surviving churches. A faded...
Hekticket am Alex
Near Alexanderplatz. Aside from regular tickets to events around town, this outfit also sells last-minute tickets for same-day...
Berlin's highest restaurant may not take demanding taste buds for a spin but it will take you around in a full circle within one hour....
Panoramastrasse 1a · interesting places nearby
Germany's tallest structure, the TV Tower has been soaring 368m high since 1969 and is as iconic to Berlin as the Eiffel Tower is to Paris. On clear days, views are stunning from the panorama level at 203m or from the upstairs restaurant , which makes one revolution per hour. To shorten the wait, buy a timed ticket online.
Built in 1969, the tower was supposed to demonstrate the GDR's engineering prowess, but ended up being a bit of a laughing stock when it turned out that, when hit by the sun, the steel sphere below the antenna produced the reflection of a giant cross. West Berliners gleefully dubbed the phenomenon ‘the Pope’s revenge’.