Already been to Berlin, but still haven't gone up the TV Tower?
Then you still haven't seen all that Berlin has to offer! At 368 metres (1207 feet), the television tower is the tallest publicly accessible building in Europe. It was built by the East German government in 1969 in the heart of Berlin's Mitte district, near Alexanderplatz. Every day, hundreds of tourists and Berliners flock to the TV Tower to enjoy the views from high over Berlin that extend for miles. It's the perfect spot to see all of the vast German capital at once. The combination of an interesting history, fascinating views, modern architecture, and good food in its restaurant make the TV Tower an irresistible Berlin attraction. The lifts take just 40 seconds to take you to the viewing platform with exclusive 360° views of Berlin from 203 m above the city. 

But that's not all...

You can leave your coats and bags free of charge in the cloakroom located in the foyer. This is especially recommended if you plan to dine in the Sphere restaurant because there is no cloakroom there. The temperature in the restaurant is adjusted according to the season.
The souvenir shop also offers perfect reminders of your visit to Berlin's TV Tower. The wide range of choices ensures you'll find a suitable gift for friends or family as well as the best remembrance of your visit to Berlin.
In the upper foyer, you can enjoy a hot drinks and small snacks at the Lobby Bar and relax from your sightseeing tour. 

Relaxed enough?

The lifts climb up to 6 metres a second to take you up to the viewing platform with 60 panorama windows from which you can enjoy an impressive and unique view of the capital. Image and text panels provide information about the city.

Drinking & Dining at the TV Tower

Berlin's TV Tower is home to the highest bar in Berlin. Guests come to enjoy the breath-taking views as they sip cocktails that are the speciality of the house.
Daily from 2 to 4 pm, Bar 203 offers classic cocktails at HAPPY HOUR prices.
Four meters up, and you can dine in the Sphere, the restaurant located in the rotating ball 207 m above the city near the top of the TV Tower. The sphere completes a full rotation once every hour. Diners can choose between local Berlin-Brandenburg cuisine and international or seasonal specialities.[instagram:http://instagr.am/p/BWAwHNEFDZx/] [instagram:http://instagr.am/p/BW4aKhoBQuR/] [instagram:http://instagr.am/p/BW1_Zi8DCj0/]


The TV Tower is open daily. 9 am to midnight from March to October. 10 am to midnight from November to February. The last seating in the restaurant is 11 pm (or one hour before closing). You can ascend to the top in the lifts until 11:30.
The TV Tower is closed two days a year for maintenance. The next three closing days are 13.11.2017, 16.04.2018, and 12.11.2018.

Save money with the Berlin CityTourCard

With your Berlin CityTourCard, you can save 25% off TV Tower tickets. The Berlin CityTourCard also allows unlimited transport on bus, S-Bahn, and U-Bahn. You can also travel with up to 3 children between the ages of 6 and 14 free of charge. Children up to 6 are generally free of charge. You can also benefit from up to 30% off 9 other attractions in Berlin. Alexanderplatz is in the immediate vicinity of the TV Tower and the station there offers transport connections across the city. Several U-Bahn, S-Bahn, and regional trains as well as bus and tram lines stop here. Directly before or after your visit to the TV Tower, there are plenty of shopping opportunities nearby, including the large shopping centres Galeria Kaufhof and the ALEXA. It's also worth checking out the mid-century modern World Time Clock at Alexanderplatz, erected the same year as the TV Tower. 

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