Berlin-Gendarmenmarkt - Living in the heart of Berlin!
There is no better starting point for your tours of Berlin's sights.
The Berlin TV Tower is the largest structure in Germany. With its 368 metres, a wide, breathtaking view over the capital is guaranteed.
The Protestant church was built according to the plans of Julius Raschdorff in the style of the Italian High Renaissance and Baroque. It is one of the most important church buildings in Germany.
Berlin's most famous landmark was completed in 1791 by the architect Carl Gotthard Langhans as a royal city gate and triumphal arch and is the most important symbol of the reunification of Germany
Not far from the Clipper Boardinghouse Berlin-Gendarmenmarkt is the government district. In addition to modern government buildings such as the Federal Chancellery and numerous embassies, the Reichstag is located here. A visit to the glass dome is possible by reservation. From here you have a 360° view over Berlin. Opposite the Reichstag, the Tiergarten invites you to linger in the greenery.
Checkpoint Charlie was one of the Berlin border crossings through the Berlin Wall between 1961 and 1990. It connected the Soviet sector with the American sector in Friedrichstraße between Zimmerstraße and Kochstraße, and thus the East Berlin district of Mitte with the West Berlin district of Kreuzberg.
The East Side Gallery memorial in Berlin-Friedrichshain is a permanent open-air gallery on the longest remaining section of the Berlin Wall in Mühlenstraße between Berlin's Ostbahnhof station and the Oberbaumbrücke bridge along the Spree River.
In the centre of Berlin, between Friedrichstraße and Alexanderplatz, lie the Hackesche Höfe. Named after the Prussian general and Berlin city commander Hans Christoph Friedrich von Hacke, the eight courtyards are the largest enclosed courtyard area in all of Germany. Numerous shops, restaurants and manufactories are located here.
A new forum for Berlin and the world. From 2012 to 2021, the Humboldt Forum was built on the site of the destroyed Berlin Palace, whose façades, except for the east side, have retained the historic face of the Baroque City Palace.
Discovering Berlin by scavenger hunt is possible with the Stadtspiel Berlin! At our reception you can purchase „Berlin City für Kids“, “ Berlin City-Route I“ and „Berlin City-Route II“, among others, and take an entertaining tour along the most famous sights, buildings and squares. The "City-Route I & II" are designed as a day tour, but can also be divided into several days or taken by bike. The "City for Kids" tour is designed for about two to three hours and offers plenty of opportunity for breaks.