A fantastic place from the outside but beware as you cannot see inside. I went on the morning expecting to book for the afternoon or on the following day. Unfortunately I was told that you need to b...
A visit to the Bundestag was of lifetime experience to me. Experiencing how citizens participate in parliamentary sessions inspired me a lot. The history of the building is very informative. Highly r...
I liked sitting in the green in front of the Reichstag. There are so many tourists though that its best to really go out onto the green and get some personal space. It's the Reichstag, we all know the...
Very very clean place , you can spend few hours there watching it , takung photos , a little problem is only getting inside you need to get reservation .1 thing about Berlin I love specially the Cent...
The Reichstag building is the home of the German Parliament (Bundestag). After reunification in 1990, the building was reconstructed to its current intimidating stone form. The building is notable for its severe appearance and modern glass top dome. Visitors can climb the dome and watch parliament meetings in action when they are occurring. A dedication reading Dem Deutschen Volken, meaning For the German people, is inscribed above the building’s entrance to signify the public duty of those who work within.
"Modern Architecture""Historical Architecture"
Memorial to the Sinti and Roma Murdered under the National Socialist Regime
Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer
"Western-style""Restaurants in Historic Buildings"