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The Holocaust Memorial also called the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, is a memorial in Berlin dedicated to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust. It displays the names of almost 3 million Jewish Holocaust victims in an adjoining underground "Place of Information," received from the Israeli museum Yad Vashem.
Inspired by the Propylaea on the Acropolis of Athens, the Brandenburg Gate is one of Berlin's most well-known historical sites. King Frederick Wilhelm II had this massive Neoclassical gate built in 1788. It used to stand as a representation of a divided country, but now it represents peace and harmony.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Spree Island or Museum Island, is located in a 400-meter-long canal nestled between the River Spree and the Kupfergraben. It houses many of the city's oldest like the Old Museum (Altes Museum), which was constructed in 1830 to store the Crown Jewels and artefacts.
The Berlin Palace, formally the Royal Palace on Museum Island in Berlin's Mitte district was the House of Hohenzollern's primary residence from 1443 until 1918. One of Berlin's largest structures with a dome that stands 60 metres tall, it is regarded as a significant illustration of Prussian Baroque architecture.
This lovely plaza from the 17th century is the site of various annual public events, such as classical concerts held in the summertime or the famous Christmas market during winter. Three historic landmark structures, the Konzerthaus, the French Cathedral, and the German Cathedral, dominate the Gendarmenmarkt, one of Berlin's major squares.
The most well-known boulevard in Berlin, Unter den Linden, is another favoured tourist destination in Reichstag. It is named after the linden or lime trees that flank the grassed pedestrian mall on the median and the two wide carriageways. The avenue connects many tourist attractions, landmarks, and waterways in Berlin, making it a perfect spot for visitors to hang out.
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, one of Berlin's most intriguing sites, is actually a combination of two churches: the sleek new church built in 1961 and the ruins of the ancient church next to it, including the bulk of its 63-meter-high tower. The original was destroyed in 1943, but its remnants were integrated into the rebuilt complex, to preserve the ancient history that they stand for.
The Checkpoint Charlie Museum lies on the Friedrichstraße, a famous shopping street in Berlin. This checkpoint once served as a crossing point between East and West Berlin. It houses a wide variety of exhibits and artefacts tracing the history of human rights, along with ones that focus specifically on the history of Checkpoint Charlie and the Berlin Wall.
Around and into the Reichstag Tour is a tour that will let you explore Berlin’s historic government district and some of the most famous tourist hotspots around the Reichstag building.
From Friday to Monday at 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM.
Expertly guided tour with a German-speaking local guide; Entrance into the Reichstag building; and Panoramic views from the dome.
You can learn about Germany's political evolution by exploring Berlin's historic government district in the Around and into the Reichstag Tour and experience the many historical sights in the area of the Parliament Building!
In the German Guided Tour of Parliament District, you can discover the dramatic past of the nation's capital by visiting Berlin's parliament district!
Instructions for signing up for the Bundestag visit; Tour of the Government District lasting 75 minutes (ending near Reichstag); and German-speaking tour guide.
You will explore the contemporary parliament building on the serene banks of the River Spree and look at the architectural marvels of Berlin along the way.
In the Private Guided Tour of Reichstag & Glass Dome, you get to admire the famous parliament building, one of Berlin's architectural wonders, and gain insight into the city's political landscape.
Entry to the Reichstag; Access to the Reichstag Dome; Admission to the Reichstag's plenary chambers; and Multilingual and expert-guided tour.
On this tour, you will experience and learn about the Spree riverbanks, the Berlin Wall, famous monuments and artworks, the Reichstag building, the parliament, and the chancellery.
Address: Platz der Republik 1, 11011 Berlin, Germany.
A. You can buy Reichstag Tour tickets online.
A. Yes, you can purchase Reichstag Tour tickets online.
A. The Reichstag Tour tickets price starts from €14.
A. Reichstag Tours does not provide audio guides at present. However, the tours are expertly guided by local guides, most of whom speak German and other languages like English, French, Spanish and Italian.
A. Yes, you can get a discount on Reichstag Tour tickets.
A. Reichstag Tours let you visit Berlin’s topmost attractions and the historic Reichstag building.
A. Some of the sights that are covered on Reichstag Tours are the Bundestag and glass dome, Gendarmenmarkt dome towers, Brandenburg Gate, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Potsdamer Platz with the Sony Center and Bahntower, and Holocaust Memorial.
A. The facilities available on Reichstag Tours include a roof garden restaurant, an information centre, and cloakrooms.
A. The Reichstag Tours are wheelchair accessible.
A. Yes, photography is allowed during Reichstag Tours.
A. Reichstag Tours give you an opportunity to take in the famous sights of Berlin and the parliament building.