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Berlin TV Tower Restaurant
Berlin TV Tower Restaurant

Berlin TV Tower Restaurant

Panoramastraße 1A, Berlin, Germany

The Basics

Lines to enter the tower are notoriously long, but luckily there are a number of skip-the-line ticket options to choose from. You can visit the observation deck; enjoy a cocktail at Bar 203, Berlin’s highest bar; or make a reservation for the TV Tower restaurant where options include a decadent champagne breakfast, a 2-course lunch, or a VIP dinner.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Although the tower is open until midnight, the last entrance to the restaurant is at 11pm.

  • Reservations for the restaurant are essential, especially during high season.

  • All visitors to the tower are subject to security checks and bag searches. Large items such as suitcases and strollers are not permitted.

  • Due to concerns about emergency evacuation procedures, the Berlin TV Tower is not accessible to wheelchair users and those with limited mobility.

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How to Get There

The Berlin TV Tower is located on Alexanderplatz public square in the Mitte District of Berlin. The closest Ubahn (underground train) and Sbahn (above-ground train) station is Alexanderplatz, located next door to the tower.

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When to Get There

The Berlin TV Tower restaurant is open year-round and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The busiest months are July and August, when you should book well in advance. Reserve a dinner date for the holiday season to enjoy a dramatic view of the city’s festive illuminations.

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The View From the Tower

At 666 feet (203 meters) high, the TV Tower’s 360-degree observation deck affords a spectacular panoramic view of the city. Look down at the Spree River; admire the grand buildings of Museum Island, Potsdam Square, and Tempelhof Park; and spot landmarks such as the Reichstag Building, Berlin Cathedral, the Brandenburg Gate, and the main train station.

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