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Berlin, Germany

Places of Interest

Brandenburger Tor

A symbol of Berlin, was erected between 1788‑91 by C.G. Langhans, and crowned with the Quadriga and Goddess of Victory in 1794.


Built by Wallot between 1884‑94, this is the seat of the German Bundestag (Federal Parliament) since 1998. Viewing of the glass dome designed by Sir Norman S. Foster is possible daily from 8AM to Midnight.

Waldbühne, Seating Capacity 20,000

The Waldbühne was built in 1936 together with the Olympic Stadium and is today deemed to be the most beautiful Open Air Arena in Europe. The architecture is based on ancient Greek amphitheaters which gives a very special atmosphere to the events taking place throughout the summer. The Waldbühne is located directly at Olympiastadium.

Olympiastadion, Seating Capacity 74,400

After a four year renovation the historic shell of the Berlin Olympic Stadium is equipped with a roof that seemingly floats, state‑of‑the‑art technology and luxury suites for hospitality events from 10 to 5,500 guests. The Stadium hosted the Final of the 2006 FIFA World Cup.