Join us for an exciting guided visit inside the famous Berlin TV Tower! Seeing Berlin from above is incredible as you can see both the former East and West, the path of the iconic boulevards and canals, as well as get a birds-eye view of many of Berlin’s historic landmarks. Meet your guide at the base of the tower and skip the line to go straight inside and up to the observation deck - the highest in Berlin! During your visit your guide will escort you around the observation deck pointing out major landmarks and describing the history and story of Berlin that is perfectly illuminated from above.
TIP: This tour is a great add-on to joining one of our tours. See the sites from above then jump on one of our tours that meets right at the base of the tower - it couldn’t be easier!
|Students / Seniors||€30.00|
|Children (4 and under)||€30.00|
Our fully-stocked shop is centrally located at the base of the giant TV Tower (Fernsehturm) in Alexanderplatz. Tours meet just around the corner in front of the entrance to the tower. You will see our guides there with our large, red flags.
We can only guarantee space for those with reservations. We are happy to accommodate walk-up guests if there is space, but you should not rely on that as spaces usually fill up. We have a 72-hour cancellation policy so we encourage you to make your reservation as soon as possible and then let us know if your plans change.
Yes, please arrive 15 minutes prior to your tour time. This ensures that we will be ready for our scheduled entry to the tower.
We encourage you to bring very little to visit the top of the tower as you will go through security much like at the airport. Cameras are, of course, allowed. If you have more items with you, or if you are joining a tour afterwards and would like to leave some items below, feel free to lock those in our shop at the base of the tower free of charge.
We meet at the base of the tower right outside of the main entrance. This is the same meeting point as for our bike tours.
Absolutely not, but we think it makes a lot of sense to do so. Seeing the sites from above is an amazing experience, but jumping on tour then lets you see those great sites up close.