6 attractions to visit on Berlin Marathon weekend
From the iconic Brandenburg Gate to the beautiful Tiergarten and the Reichstag’s 360-degree views, Berlin’s neoclassical and natural attractions are not to be missed.
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This 18th-century neoclassical monument marks the start and finish of the Berlin Marathon. Once a symbol of the divided city, the landmark is now a national symbol of peace and unity.
Just north of the Brandenburg Gate you’ll find the Reichstag building, which houses the German Parliament. It features a large glass dome on its roof a 360-degree view of the surrounding Berlin cityscape.
One island with five museums in the heart of Berlin. Entry for under 18’s is generally free, so it’s a great afternoon out for the whole family.
Berlin Victory Column
The monument, built in 1864, is 67m tall and offers visitors a viewing platform to gain phenomenal scenes of the surrounding capital.
This large public square is home to Fernsehturm, also know as the ‘Berlin TV Tower’ which is the tallest building in Germany.
Berlin’s most popular inner-city park is also among the largest of Germany’s urban gardens. The Berlin Marathon mass start begins here.
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