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Attractions in Berlin


The Brandenburg Gate is the only remaining town gate in Berlin and is one of the most famous buildings and landmarks of the city. It used to be one of the most prominent symbols for the separation of the city. At this site thousands of people climbed the Wall on 9 November 1989 followed by the opening of the border crossings to West Berlin on that same night.


Memorial „Berliner Mauer“

We recommend a visit to the memorial „Berliner Mauer“ on Bernauer Straße in Berlin Mitte to experience the long lasting separation of Berlin on an authentic spot accompanied by qualified historic information. Here you can also see the remains of the original border crossing.



The Berlin Wall Myth is based on its reputation as an artistic projection screen. The East-Side-Gallery, close to Ostbahnhof, displays paintings and graffiti, which were drawn in the beginning of the 1990s.



The Siegessäule with the golden Viktoria – also known as „Goldelse“ -  is one of the most impressive historic landmarks in town. On it observation platform you’ll have a breath taking panorama view over the whole city.


The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe  is the central spot for memory and reminiscence. This impressive and outstanding memorial has just been built a few years ago in direct proximity to the Brandenburger Tor and the Reichstag on an area of ca. 19.000 sqm. It consists of 2.711 concrete pillars arranged in a grid.


The Fernsehturm at Alexanderplatz has been the highest building in town since the 1970s - and is a true highlight. The total height is 368 m. The observation platform with its revolving tele café is located at 203m elevation. A must for every Berlin visitor.


The unique Museumsinsel  is the home to five of the most famous museums in Berlin: the Alte Museum, the Neue Museum, the Alte Nationalgalerie, the Pergamon-Museum and the Bode-Museum. The harmoniously grown museum complex was demolished in World War II. The restoration process is still going on.


The Schloss Charlottenburg  is the biggest castle in Berlin and a masterpiece of baroque architecture. Its idyllic park daily attracts thousands of Berlin inhabitants and guests for a delightful stroll through it.


The Gendarmenmarkt  is an architectural experience and one of the most beautiful places in Europe. Deutscher Dom, Französischer Dom and Schauspielhaus form a unique ensemble.

Restaurant Julius at Hotel Berlin, Berlin

For your personal well-being our versatile hotel gastronomy provides the perfect dish for every taste – from an opulent Berlin breakfast, up to an excellent saisonal inspired menu in our Restaurant Julius. Our special culinary concept is unique in Berlin hotels. 

Hotel Berlin, Berlin Premium-Room

Are you looking to feel right at home during your Berlin experience? We offer at our hotel many different room categories to meet your personal and group needs. Whether room or suite - all options offer best comfort and stylish ambience, space and free WiFi. 

A picture is worth a thousand words. Relax and enjoy more than 50 years of Hotel Berlin, Berlin history in this video