Offering breathtaking views over the German capital, the TV Tower cuts a striking image against the Berlin skyline. Secure yourself a hassle-free…
Enjoy VIP entry to the panorama floor of Berlin's TV Tower and take a seat by the window. See the city and all its sights, such as Potsdamer Platz,…
Skip the line and get priority access to the famous Berlin TV Tower with your early bird ticket. Behold the major highlights of the German capital…
Enjoy panoramic views of Berlin illuminated for the night with a skip-the-line evening ticket to the TV Tower. Sip sparkling wine inside Germany’s…
Skip the long lines to Berlin’s TV Tower, and enjoy panoramic city views as you enjoy lunch in the “Sphere” restaurant. See iconic sights, such as…
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Top sights in Berlin
At 368 meters tall, the TV Tower is the tallest structure in Berlin (and, actually, in the whole of Germany!). What should you look out for during a trip to the top?
Designed by British architect Sir Norman Foster, the glint of the German parliament building's distinctive glass dome should easily catch your eye.
Just south of the Reichstag, you'll see the iconic symbol of German reunification.
See if you can spot the white circle of the stadium, where the infamous 1936 Olympics took place. These days, it has become home to arena concerts and important football matches.
What's that massive patch of dark green in the middle of the city? It's the Tiergarten, Berlin's answer to Central Park, dating back to 1527.
Feeling peckish? No need to come back down to earth. The revolving restaurant allows you to enjoy lunch or dinner while getting 360-degree panoramic views from your seat.
It's advisable, since this is definitely one of the top attractions in Berlin. Many tour options will come with a Fast View ticket, which will take you straight to the front of the line.
Any time of year is fine, but the skies will generally be clearer (and the sunset will happen later!) from May onwards.
Entry is from 9:00AM until midnight from March to October, and 10:00AM to midnight from November until February.
Unfortunately, the tower is not wheelchair accessible for reasons of fire evacuation.
- When to visitThe TV Tower is a great place to experience Berlin's late evening summer sunset in July or August. Make a dinner reservation, or book a ticket for between 8:30PM - 10:00PM.
- What is the price?Normal adult tickets start from €13.00, and more VIP experiences range upwards from there.
- Will I need a guide?Not necessarily, though there are several Berlin city tours that include a trip to the top.
- How to get thereThe TV Tower is located in Berlin's Alexanderplatz, a central transportation hub that is easily accessible by multiple U-Bahn, S-Bahn, bus, and tram lines.
- Additional tips
- This attraction is free for children under four years old.
- There is a time limit on restaurant table reservations, in order to accommodate all guests.
What People Are Saying About TV Tower
We thoroughly enjoyed the experience of a superb leisurely meal with good wine and a wonderful changing view from our window. I would recommend it to everyone visiting Berlin.
Can't say would have been happy to pay the full daytime entry price. As it was quiet and could sit at the bar- enjoyed my drink with a view.
Well worth a visit and so much better to prebook rather stand wasting good time in a queue. If you aren't good with heights there really is nothing g to worry about. The lift is speedy, smooth and without windows. The observation deck is really like a huge bar area and completely closed in and secure. Place name markers are situated around the windows so you can identify places at tour leisure. Allow up to a couple of hours to enjoy the setting and enjoy a good beer. Definitely a recommend activity.
No problems with ticket or access. Viewing area somewhat crowded, so that access to some window areas reduced at times.
We enjoyed our tour and learned many details about both the Brandenburg gate and the Reichstag. Guide was very respectful and personable, and well informed on germaine German history. (Sorry, couldn't resist)