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1 pot of coffee or tea + 1 sheet cake with cream
Menu 1 - Pork fillet
Cream of tomato soup - Pork medallions • Cream of mushrooms • Tagliatelle - Belgian waffle - Berry compote
Menu 2 - Beef goulash
Cream of tomato soup - Beef goulash • Ribbon noodles - Belgian waffle - Berry compote
Menu 3 - Saithe fillet
Cream of tomato soup - Pollock fillet - Leaf spinach - Long grain rice - Belgian waffle - Berry compote
Menu 4 - Veggie
Cream of tomato soup - Aubergine curry - Long grain rice - Belgian waffle - Berry compote
Note: all menus can be booked online up to 48 hours before schedule and only in connection with the corresponding ticket.
Berlin river cruises travel over the city’s rivers and canals. They are flanked by modern and historical monuments on both sides, giving you brilliant views of the best places in Berlin. You’ll see unbeatable views of Berliner Dom, Radialsystem V, Mercedes-Benz Arena, and Coca-Cola-Headquarters.
Traveling in buses, cars, and trains to explore attractions is common. A Berlin sightseeing cruise offers a unique experience; you’ll travel over water and catch Berlin landmarks and monuments from a different vantage point. The landscape you’ll see on a Berlin sightseeing cruise will also have a unique and interesting feel.
Berlin river cruises offer top-notch service. From food to accessibility for disabled guests, the river cruises have the full suite of services you need to enjoy a comfortable experience. They also have safety equipment like lifeboats and Wi-Fi service to help you stay in touch with your loved ones.
A symbol of democracy and home of the German parliament, Reichstag was designed by architect Paul Wallot and constructed between 1892 and 1894. It was damaged severely during the Second World War but was restored after Germany’s unification in 1990.Know more about Reichstag
Standing tall at a height of 368 meters, the Berlin TV Tower is the highest building in Europe open to public viewing. It was inaugurated on 3 October 1969, serving as proof of Germany’s then communist system's superiority. Today, it serves as a landmark in Berlin, with its viewing platform offering spectacular views of Berlin.Know more about Berlin TV Tower
First built in 1734, Potsdamer Platz is an important square in Berlin. It was the site for the first railway station in Berlin in 1838, which made the square one of the busiest in Europe by the 1920s.
Museum Island is one of Berlin’s most visited sites and among Europe’s most prominent museum complexes. Designed by five architects, Museum Island was completed in 1930 and gained UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 1999.
Museum Island in Central Berlin is home to Berlin Cathedral, the biggest Protestant church in Berlin, constructed between 1830 and 1930 by Prussian Kings. With a width of 74 meters (243 feet) and the cathedral's dome reaching 115 meters (377 feet) in height, Berlin Cathedral is among the top 10 tallest buildings in Berlin.
Stadtschloss Berlin is a unique palace that served as the winter residence of the Margrave and Elector of Brandenburg, the King of Prussia, and the German Emperor at different times. It was rebuilt several times, and houses the non-European collections of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, the book collections of Humboldt University and the Berlin City Library, and several meeting rooms.
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November to March
A Berlin sightseeing cruise is a boat ride over the rivers and canals in the German capital.
You can see iconic landmarks and monuments like Berlin Cathedral, Reichstag, and Potsdamer Platz on a Berlin sightseeing cruise.
A tour of the best places to visit in Berlin and services like food and Wi-Fi are the highlights of a Berlin sightseeing cruise.
Berlin sightseeing cruises begin daily at 11 AM and end at 6 PM. Cruises run every 45 minutes.
You can book Berlin sightseeing cruises online. With online tickets, you can get discounts and deals.
Summer is the best time to go on a Berlin sightseeing cruise.
Yes. A Berlin sightseeing cruise is worth it. It offers a unique travel experience and impressive views of the best landmarks in Berlin.