Serviced Apartments in the city-center of Berlin for up to 9 people. Book online and get the best price! When you choose one of our apartments in Berlin, from the moment you get the key, to the moment you leave you can consider the apartment to be your home.
Public transportation: S3, 5, 75 + U2, 5, 8 Alexanderplatz
The television tower at Alexanderplatz is a must-see for every Berlin visitor. A “tour” of the city is included in the Telecafe, which completes a full rotation twice an hour. The World Time Clock at Alexanderplatz was a favorite meeting place in former East Berlin.
Public transportation: S1, 3, 5, 75 + U6 Friedrichstraße
Built as a grand boulevard between the Berlin city palace and the Tiergarten, this magnificent promenade is lined with historical buildings from famous architects Schinkel and Knobelsdorff, for example.
Stroll from Alexanderplatz to the Brandenburg Gate past the Berliner Dom, the Lustgarten, Armoury, the State Opera and take a break in one of the many restaurants and cafes along the boulevard.
Public transportation: U2 Hausvogteiplatz, U2 + U6 Stadtmitte
The Gendarmenmarkt is one of the most beautiful plazas in Berlin. Surrounded by fine restaurants and cafes, you can see both the German and French cathedrals, as well as the Schauspielhaus (theater).
Public transportation: S1, 3 + U55 Brandenburger Tor
If you want to visit the Reichstag, here is our insider tip: Book a place on the roof terrace restaurant and you can avoid the long waiting lines. Phone: 0049 - (0) 30 - 226-29933 or e-mail to kaeferreservierung.berlin[at]feinkost-kaefer.de.
Public transportation: S3, 5, 75 Hackescher Markt
The Bode Museum, Pergamon Museum, Altes Museum, Neues Museum and the Alte Nationalgalerie display archaeological collections and art of the 19th century. The Museum Island impressively illustrates the development of museum design over an entire century-long period and is certainly worth taking a walk around the island to see.
Public transportation: U6 Kochstr. and S3, 5, 75 Ostbahnhof
A must for those interested in the history of the Berlin Wall:
The East Side Gallery along Mühlenstraße between the Ostbahnhof and Warschauer Straße train stations is the longest remaining section of the Berlin Wall. Shortly after the fall of the wall it was painted by 118 artists from 21 countries. Incidentally, the 1316 meter-long East Side Gallery is the longest open-air gallery in the world.
Checkpoint Charlie, located on Friedrichstraße, is the most famous of the former east-west border crossings in Berlin and tells the history of the divided city. In the adjacent Mauermuseum, you learn about the history of the Cold War and the construction of the Berlin Wall. Additionally, there are original objects from successful escape attempts on display.
Public transportation: S3, 5, 75 Zoologischer Garten
Kurfürstendamm, referred to as “Ku’damm” by Berliners, with the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche and the Europa Center is really worth seeing. You can indulge your shopping desires at the numerous department stores and shops along Kurfürstendamm and Tauentzienstraße. At Wittenbergplatz you will find the famous KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens) department store.
A little further away, but indeed recommendable is the area surrounding Savigny Platz, with plenty of good restaurants, cafes, clubs, bookstores and movie theaters. The best antiques are to be found in this neighborhood as well.
The 100 and 200 bus lines, also known as the “Tourist Lines”, travel from Alexanderplatz to Zoologischer Garten and pass many of Berlin’s interesting sites along the way.
With 564 bridges, Berlin has more bridges than Venice. Why not explore the city from the water and gain a whole new perspective? Here are some of the best places from where to catch a boat tour through Berlin: