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Television Tower, Berlin
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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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  • Booked online for restaurant with window seats..didn't have to queue to go up in lift we were up there in no time..the views from the revolving restaurant are fantastic and let's you see and appreciat...  more »
  • For under 10 euros (if you show a Berlin Welcome Card) the tower is not too expensive. The view from the top is very impressive, even on a cloudy winter day. A guide told us that on a clear day sights...  more »
  • It was very prominent, simple, unlike Japan Sky Tower. As put in the Vista is good. There were many people taking a picture because it's sunny, becomes a picture very much.
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