Attractions & sightseeing

Holocaust Memorial

A memorial to six million victims and a reminder that anything goes on Grindr.

Boros Collection

From pillar of Nazi militarism to Techno pleasure palace and now modern art temple; the Boros wryly encapsulates the recent history of Berlin.

Schwules Museum – Gay Museum

Dig a little deeper than the bars to discover more about Berlin’s homosexual history.

032c Museum Store

The contemporary cultural magazine 032c’s think-tank space welcomes artistic archives.


There’s no denying that the Reichstag - and Sir Norman Foster’s dome, in particular - is a sightseeing highlight of any visit to Berlin, but the queuing certainly isn’t. For us there’s only one way to go.

Berlin on Bike

Cycle the city with themed tours that’ll take you to secret gardens and night-time hotspots.

Stern und Kreisschifffahrt

Get a handle on Berlin’s waterways and the see the city in a new light.

Buy Buy Bln

Say Buy Buy, not bye bye at Berlin’s top shops.


Take an old Trabi car around the city.


Get your flea-market fix with these brick-a-brack street stalls.

Berliner Trödelmarkt

The largest and most famous of Berlin’s flea-markets.


Animals, aquariums and architecture make Berlin’s Zoo one of the world’s best.

Deutsche Oper

Fat ladies and skinny ballerinas under one modernist roof.


Nothing to do with a garden of animals. Unless you count the swathes of half-naked men, cavorting in the grass, as ‘animalistic’.

Berliner Fernsehturm

Get a fantastic view of the city from its tallest tower, and drop in for dinner while you’re up there.

Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtniskirche

Memorial Church for Wilhelm 1 provides a striking juxtaposition between the old and the new.

Berlin Things to do - on a map

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