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Television Tower, Berlin
(3.2/5 based on 5,000+ reviews on the web)
Get a bird's-eye view of Berlin from the top of Television Tower, the highest point in the city. A symbol of Berlin since it was erected in the 1960s, this is the tallest structure in Germany. The tower is 368 m (1,207 ft) tall, with an observation deck 204 m (670 ft) above ground. Try to time your visit for a sunny day, as thick fog can obscure the view from the top on overcast days. You can wait for the morning mist to clear at the tower's rotating restaurant, which spins 360 degrees in just under 30 minutes. The tower welcomes nearly 1.5 million tourists each year, so be prepared for a long wait at the entrance. You can avoid standing in line by booking a fixed date and time of your visit on the tower's website. Make Television Tower a part of your Berlin vacation plans using our Berlin vacation generator.
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  • the tower is one of the modern symbols of the city of Berlin and is impressive. impossible to miss and worth seeing. highly recommended for taking photos very suggestive and panoramic views and enjoy a unique space. really great experience.
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  • You will need appointment for access without tails, especially if you want to go to the panoramic restaurant. The views from the restaurant are impressive and give you a first insight into Berlin. The food is pretty good although odd a cheap activity. The viewpoint is also worth, have a photos that are running the various landmarks of the city, which acquired a knowledge of them, to then qualify them for yourself. There is a snack - bar on the intermediate floor. Things to keep in mind: NOT allowed access with nothing larger than a bag. Whether you are taking suitcases or backpacks you can leave them in the instructions from the station. If seek to enter with them you will throw to back. Nor can access to the Tower people in Chair of wheels, since the elevator not get down at all.
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  • Absolutely worth seeing! Go up in the elevator to the panorama point and walk around and look out over Berlin. Daylight and good weather is a definite advantage! There is a restaurant up there, too, and it's absolutely worth a visit. It moved slowly around while you eat. One should not, however, have no high expectations for the food, the standard food of normal lunch restaurant quality, but it is the experience you are looking for!!! Demand for the most part we plan well ahead to book a table, but you can always take a chance if you missed it! Rating is for the experience, not the food that, at most, 3 dots!
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