1. Berlin Wall Memorial

Discover the troubled past of a divided city with a visit to the Berlin Wall Memorial. Home to the last preserved section of the wall, the memorial stretches for almost one mile.

2. Tiergarten

Visit Berlin’s largest park, Tiergarten, and explore its gardens that stretch over one square mile right in the heart of the city.

3. Berlin Television Tower

For panoramic views of the German capital, make sure you visit the Berlin Television Tower. At 368 metres tall, the tower, which is known by locals as Fernsehturm, stands high above the city.

4. Reichstag

Pay a visit to the historic Reichstag with a trip to the roof terrace and dome of Germany’s parliament building. It has had a turbulent history, surviving fires and two world wars.

5. Brandenburg Gate

See one of Berlin’s most iconic landmarks with a trip to the Brandenburg Gate. Once separating the east from west, the gate now represents a unified Germany.

Historic and gritty, creative and playful, stylish and cutting edge. From gothic architecture to vast green parkland and poignant memorials, Berlin is a city full of brilliant contrasts. To make sure you don’t miss out, we’ve put together a guide to our favourite sights in Berlin.