Monday, 5th in the evening starting at 6 pm
Visit and guided tour through the German Reichstag building including the dome (limited attendance, please register for the event if you want to participate).
The Bundestag is the seat of the German parliament, making it one of the most important political buildings in the country and a must-visit for anyone interested in German politics and history.
The building has a long history, having been destroyed during World War II and then rebuilt in the 1990s. A guided tour allows visitors to explore the building’s history and architecture by visiting the plenary hall, where the German parliament meets, and enter the iconic glass dome that sits on top of the building. The dome is a unique feature of the Bundestag made of glass and steel with a spiral walkway that takes visitors to the top, where they can enjoy panoramic views of the capitol.
In order to enter one has present an official identification document in the original and with a photo (e.g. passport, ID card, service card, driver’s license, student or school ID card). Copies of ID documents will not be accepted.
Tuesday, 6th in the evening starting at 7 pm
Newly reopened as part of the Holzmarkt, a long-known spot for Berlins’ creative scene, the restaurant Katerschmaus is situated right on the banks of the Spree. From the terrace, you can enjoy a unique dining experience with a fantastic view. The cuisine is modern, international and vegetable-focused, with the occasional appearance of German classics – always stylishly arranged.
Address: Katerschmaus, Holzmarktstr. 25, 10243 Berlin