Sightseeing in Berlin

curated by The Mandala Hotel

Less than 15 minutes after your breakfast at The Mandala Hotel Berlin, you can already be at the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag or the Berlin Wall. And that on foot. The popular sights of the German capital are within easy reach of the location of our hotel on Potsdamer Platz.

Insider tips and sights, which require a journey by car or public transport, are just as easy to reach: The transport hub Potsdamer Platz with taxi rank, stops of the S and U-Bahn and various bus lines is just a stone's throw from the lobby of our Hotel away.

Explore Berlin's sights, architecture, museums, galleries and history from an ideal starting point: The Mandala Hotel Berlin. And after an inspiring day, return to your 5-star hotel. After so many impressions, we offer you relaxation in the ONO Spa wellness area, with a cocktail in our QIU bar or in a classic way in one of our large comfortable suites with room service.

Berliner-Fernsehturm ©visitBerlin Foto Sarah LindemannBerliner-Fernsehturm ©visitBerlin Foto Sarah Lindemann

Berlin TV Tower

 Panorama­straße 1A

 U Alexanderplatz

The Berlin TV tower is the largest building in Germany. It is 368 metres high, which garantees you an amazing view over the capital city of Germany.

Entry fee

 EUR 15,50

 EUR 9,50

Berliner Dom ©visitBerlin Wolfgang ScholvienBerliner Dom ©visitBerlin Wolfgang Scholvien

Berliner Dom

 Am Lustgarten 1

 S Hackescher Markt

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.

Entry fee

 EUR 5,00

 free of charge

Brandenburger Tor ©visitBerlin Foto Wolfgang ScholvienBrandenburger Tor ©visitBerlin Foto Wolfgang Scholvien

Brandenburger Tor

 Pariser Platz

 U Brandenburger Tor

The most famous symbol of Berlin 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.

Regierungsviertel ©visitBerlin Foto Pierre AdenisRegierungsviertel ©visitBerlin Foto Pierre Adenis


 Willy-Brandt-Straße 1

 U Bundestag

It is one of the most imposing buildings in the newly formed government district. In fact, it is the largest government headquarters in the world - eight times larger than the White House.

Checkpoint Charlie ©visitBerlin Foto Wolfgang ScholvienCheckpoint Charlie ©visitBerlin Foto Wolfgang Scholvien

Checkpoint Charlie

 Friedrichstraße 43

 U Kochstraße

The Checkpoint Charlie is known as one of the notorious border crossing of Berlin. It gained its celebrity amongst others because of the many attempts to escape from East-Berlin.

EastSideGallery ©visitBerlin Foto Philip KoschelEastSideGallery ©visitBerlin Foto Philip Koschel

East Side Gallery

 Mühlenstraße, between Oberbaumbrücke and Ostbahnhof

 U Warschauer Straße

In 1990, aside the reuinification of Germany, the longest Open-Air-Gallery of the world was generated with a length of 1.3 kilometres. 118 artist from all over the world drew on the wall between East and West Berlin, alongside the Mühlenstraße, from the Oberbaumbrücke all the way to the Ostbahnhof.

Hackesche Höfe ©visitBerlin Foto Wolfgang ScholvienHackesche Höfe ©visitBerlin Foto Wolfgang Scholvien

Hackesche Höfe

 Rosenthalerstraße 40/41

 U Weinmeister Straße

The Hackeschen Höfe and the city Berlin are historicly twisted since the beginning of the time. One part, north of the Spree, is still known under the name Scheunenviertel, caused by barns, which had been established in the 17th century.

Photo by Huân Lê on UnsplashPhoto by Huân Lê on Unsplash

Humboldt - Forum at Berlin Castle

 Unter den Linden 3

 H Lustgarten

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.