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Gemaldegalerie, Berlin

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.4/5 based on 1,300+ reviews on the web
Spend time with the world's leading collections of European paintings--and the largest collection of Rembrandt pieces--at Gemaldegalerie. This museum in the heart of Berlin features more than 3,000 European artworks from the 13th through 18th centuries. You can wander chronologically through the exhibits, admiring the works of renowned artists such as Botticelli, Dürer, and Titan. Because of the museum's sheer size, the onsite bistro makes for a nice stop between galleries. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Gemaldegalerie by using our Berlin trip builder.
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  • In addition to the extraordinary temporary collection with as main theme the painting of religious inspiration, visit conditions are excellent: large rooms, often natural perfect lighting, benches to admire the works and audio free guide in french very well done.
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  • Visited the National Gallery in October. A small museum. floor 3. submitted very many Germans romanticism, classicism, impressionism, early modernism. Worth a visit.
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  • New and Modern building. Great collection. No complaints about my time spent here. Worth the time if you are in Berlin. Part of the Museum Pass. Not too crowded when I went. 
  • One of the best art museums I visited; I spent half the day there, and felt terribly rushed. I liked how they organized the paintings, although the museum building itself felt very spartan.
  • Great museum in a simple architecture building with beautiful art to catch your attention for a long time. There are also days with free entrance. Check out the homepage.
  • Beautiful exhibition, awful staff.. Well, the staff only speak German or they didn't want to answer me in English. How in 2016 people like them can work in a museum where people come from everywhere? You can clean the streets of Berlin but not work in an international museum. They also asked me to give em my coat and it was very cold inside, I asked why and they answered something I could not understand in German. Very disappointed experience. Please, learn English and don't be rude.
  • Superb collection of European art from the 14th to 18th centuries!
  • Perfect, not crowded and if you're interested in art, specifically in painting, this is the right place. Entrance is 10 euros. If you really love art, you could spend the whole day there. On weekends opens at 11. There's no guide in Spanish language.
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