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in berlin TODAY
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february 21, 2022
Visit some of Berlin’s most popular attractions and landmarks with exciting Big Bus tours. Select between the Classic, Premium or Deluxe tour packages, all designed to give you the best of the city.
Enter the wonderful wax world of Madame Tussauds’ Berlin branch. Stand face to face with lifelike wax figures of the world’s most famous faces. Feel like a celebrity in the A-List Zone, where you are the center of attention.
Save time and see Berlin’s top sights at a faster pace than a walking tour by going on a rickshaw adventure. Get a close-up view of the sights and see places that couldn’t be reached by bus. See many of Berlin’s most popular sights in a short amount of time. Don’t lose yourself – enjoy the luxury of having a driver for the day.
Offering breathtaking views over the German capital, the TV Tower cuts a striking image against the Berlin skyline. Secure yourself a hassle-free entrance ticket to this famous city attraction and bypass the infamous queues of people lining up outside.
Illuseum Berlin is a family-friendly museum of beguiling optical illusions, sense-defying physics exhibits, and interactive trickery all rooted in science. It is located in the center of Berlin – or is it?
Enter the ancient world of Greece in 1:1 scale, literally traveling back in time. Experience a unique, 360-degree panoramic painting of the German-Iranian artist Yadegar Asisi. Marvel at the virtual restoration of the Pergamon Altar in its real size and the original location. Discover multifaceted daily live scenes that animated once the ancient metropolis.
Visit the Studio of Wonders to experience over 20 interactive installations. Take pictures with fun and imaginative backdrops to post on your socials.
This highly interactive museum lets visitors feel what it was like to live behind the wall – in the DDR (Deutsche Demokratische Republik). It chronicles, via video and film, daily life as it was under Communism. The museum also includes hundreds of ways to help you experience life behind the iron curtain, including watching East German TV shows, being ‘bugged’, voting in a (rigged) election and taking a (simulated) car ride in an iconic Trabi.
Learn about an important chapter in German history with a guided trip to the former Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, nowadays a memorial. Choose from a small-group or private experience.