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InterContinental Berlin

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Inspire Your Wanderlust

InterContinental Berlin is perfectly situated in the embassy district between Kurfürstendamm and Potsdamer Platz. Nearby you'll find famous Tiergarten Park, the iconic Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin Zoo and other architectural and cultural destinations.

Soak In Your Surroundings

Museumsinsel - Museum Island

Bodestrasse 1, Berlin, Berlin 10178

The northern end of the Spree island in Berlin's Mitte district is home to one of Europe's most outstanding museum complexes, the Museumsinsel. The complex was developed by five different architects between 1824 and 1930. The museum quarter was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. Tickets are available at the concierge desk.

Zoo Berlin

Budapester Strasse Elephantentor, Berlin, Berlin 10787

With approximately 1,500 different species, including the aquarium, the Berlin Zoo is one of the world's most species-rich zoos. Created in 1844 on the initiative of zoologists Alexander von Humboldt and Martin Lichtenstein, it was Germany's first zoo. Some of the first animals came from Peacock Island, which was named after its free-ranging avian inhabitants.

TV Tower

Alexanderplatz, Berlin, Berlin 10178

At 368 metres (1,207 ft) high, Berlin's TV tower is one of Europe's tallest freestanding structures, and it's also Berlin's most striking landmark. The visitor platform features a revolving restaurant with a 360-degree view of the city. It owes its existence to the fact that the German Democratic Republic needed a television tower. A VIP ticket gives you instant admission without having to wait. Tickets are available at the concierge desk.

Brandenburg Gate

Pariser Platz, Berlin, Berlin 10117

The history of the Brandenburg Gate goes back almost 200 years. It was a symbol of Berlin's division until 1989, but it is now a national symbol of unity and one of the city's most recognisable landmarks.

Holocaust Memorial

Cora-Berliner-Strasse 1, Berlin, Berlin 10117

The Holocaust Memorial consists of an undulating field with about 2,700 stelae. The abstract shape is designed to have a thought-provoking effect on visitors. The "Place of Information" underneath the Holocaust Memorial documents the persecution and extinction of European Jews.

Potsdam Square

Potsdam Square is an important square with an interesting history in the centre of the city. Prior to its completion it was Europe's largest construction site. Don't forget to visit the "Panoramapunkt" viewing platform. The cafés, cinemas and shopping facilities located between the futuristic skyscrapers are popular with Berliners and tourists alike.

Berlin Wall Memorial

The Berlin Wall Memorial on Bernauer Strasse is a reminder of the division of Berlin and of its victims. It contains the last piece of the Berlin Wall with the preserved border fortifications as well as the Window of Remembrance and the Documentation Centre and viewing platform. The memorial offers the visitor a comprehensive insight into the divided Germany.

Berlin Underworlds

The Berlin Underworlds offer a special view of the history of Berlin from a completely different perspective - the underground. Walk in the footsteps of history and explore long-forgotten bunkers, tunnels and other subterranean corridors that are shrouded in mystery.

Madam Tussauds

Unter den Linden 74, Berlin, 10117

At Madam Tussauds, visitors can meet and greet lifelike-looking wax figures of international stars, sports legends, political figures and historical personalities. In addition, you can take a look behind the scenes and learn how elaborate it is to make a wax figure. Madam Tussauds is situated in the historical district of Unter den Linden, just a few meters from the Brandenburg Gate.

East Side Gallery

Mühlenstraße 4, Berlin, 10243

The East Side Gallery is a 1.3 km long stretch of the former Berlin Wall along the river Spree. With more than one hundred original masterpieces by artists from all over the world, it is also the longest open-air gallery in the world. The East Side Gallery is under monument protection.

Budapester Strasse 2 Berlin 10787 Germany



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