The dome and roof terrace of the Reichstag building can be visited free of charge. However, a visit is only possible with a previous registration possible, see website
Flakturm im Humboldthain
View over the Wedding district and the Humboldthain park
The Hahneberg is an artificial mountain of 87 meters high. It is not made of war ruins like Teufelsberg but emerged from a gravel pit in which then further excavation was unloaded. After the closure of the landfill, the artificial hill, which rises about 45 meters above the surrounding ground level was transformed into a recreational area directly on the border with East Germany.
Refectory and panorama store
From April to September, an express elevator takes interested visitors up to the viewing platforms,
which offers a panoramic view of the Olympic Park, the Olympic Stadium, the Waldbühne and the city of Berlin.
and the Brandenburg region.
Berlin Radio Tower
Fone: 030 3038 1905
The Berliner Funkturm is a transmitting tower in Berlin, built between 1924 and 1926 by Heinrich Straumer. It is nicknamed "der lange Lulatsch" ("the lanky lad") and is one of the best-known points of interest in the city of Berlin. On September 3, 1926 the radio tower was inaugurated on the occasion of the 3. Große Deutsche Funkausstellung (third Great German radio exhibition). The tower is now a protected monument. >> Wikipedia
Opening Hours: daily 10:00 - 22:00
The Grunewald Tower is an observation tower on the western edge of the Grunewald forest on the Havelchaussee with a view over the Havel.
Panorama on the Müggelsee with coffeeshop
Straße zum Müggelturm 1
Fone: 030. 65489950