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Situated just north of the Brandenburg Gate, this building houses the German Parliament and was the seat of the Weimar Republic government until it was seized by the Nazis in 1933.
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Platz der Republik 1 | Tiergarten, 10557 Berlin, Germany
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Reviewed today

Amazing views from the glass Dome, aided by the audio information which was triggered by where you were on the upwards ramp. Amazing experience.

Thank Sookisoo Y
Reviewed today via mobile

Excellent! Make sure to register and make a time to visit. I did this ahead (about a month) time via the internet. It's free! Excellent views of the city and with the free audio guide you get some of the history as well. Not to...More

Thank Schackleford
Reviewed today via mobile

Good panoramic view. For Free visit - very Good. Dont forget to sign for the visit. Better to Do it well before the trip

Thank Philipp Z
Reviewed today via mobile

.... and it is free! You need to register in advance. You can do this on line well in advance or, if you are an idiot like me, you can go to the kiosk in the Tiergarten, queue for an hour and register for the...More

Thank Toria R
Reviewed today via mobile

A blend of old and new world with beautiful historic exterior and modern within. Important symbolism of being a people’s house with the ability to ‘look into’ the government’s work. Impressive rooftop offers great city views. The rooftop restaurant is magnificent. Bring passport.

Reviewed today via mobile

The building is amazing and the views are awesome, but the information on how to enter is terrible. For example I’ve seen a lot of tourist in the security line, not know they need to get the tickets somewhere else. Also it is not clear...More

Thank Thomas M
Reviewed today via mobile

Stunning building with great views and the glass dome is beautiful but the audio tour headsets don’t work. We tried 5 sets as did many other visitors. Nobody seemed to have a working set. I was so excited to be in Berlin and wanted to...More

Thank Louise B
Reviewed yesterday

If you want to visit the dome you have to book in advance online. Otherwise you have to go through extensive security checks and wait a long time. Once inside it's really interesting and beautiful.

Thank Lady_IneP
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Both tours and visits to the dome was completely booked out when we were there. Very disappointing. You will not get in unless you’ve booked online beforehand and once we knew that it was booked out for the whole week. So book early! It is...More

Thank Pippi L
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Definitely worth a visit when you’re in Berlin - but you normally need to book 2 Weeks in advance. The German language booking website is very complex even for those who can read German - so look for the English language one. Very interesting history...More

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The centre of Berlin, Mitte is most famous for sights
like the Brandenburg Gate, Alexanderplatz, and Museum
Island. The central location makes this one of the
city's most expensive places to live. It is here the
oldest traces of the city can be found, and evidence
of some significant transformations, as well. The
gangsters that once ruled the impoverished streets
between Alexanderplatz and Hackescher Markt have given
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20 August 2018|
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Response from 281ChrisLM9 | Reviewed this property |
When we went you could stay as long as you wanted. But we did go in the evening in February do it may have been quieter then
Jason W
14 August 2018|
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Response from debbie8mbg | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Saves time. But you kinda need to be organised.
12 August 2018|
Response from SamUK1 |
You need to book through the restaurants website, there is a booking form.