Mitte Historic Sites

Berlin is awash with history and heritage listed buildings. Despite the devastating damage suffered towards the end of World War Two Berlin has managed to preserve and many of its architectural wonders.

My Destination Berlin features information on many buildings of historical interest throughout Berlin from grand Prussian buildings to more recent Soviet era monuments.  Many historical buildings are concentrated in Mitte, including the Berlin Cathedral, Rotes Rathaus (Red Town Hall), the German and the French Cathedral on Gendarmenmarkt, the Reichstaggebäude (German Parliament Building) and of course the Brandenburger Tor.

Nikolaiviertel

Nikolaiviertel Mitte, Berlin

The Nikolaiviertel is the historical heart of Berlin and home to Berlin's oldest building. Along the medieval lanes and allyways you will find a nice mixture of shops, restaurants and museums.

Gendarmenmarkt

Gendarmenmarkt Mitte, Berlin

The Gendarmenmarkt is one of the most beautiful squares in Berlin and is best known for the trio of buildings comprising the Deutscher Dom, the Französischer Dom, and the Konzerthaus.

The Reichstag -The German Parliament Building

The Reichstag -The German Parliament Building Mitte, Berlin

A visit to the dome of the Reichstag offers a unique view over the area as well as some interesting information on the history of the building and its modern restoration.

Brandenburger Tor

Brandenburger Tor Mitte, Berlin

The Brandenburger Tor is one of Berlin's most recognisable landmarks. After sitting in the shadow of the Berlin Wall for 30 years it has now become a powerful symbol of united Germany.

Alexanderplatz

Alexanderplatz Mitte, Berlin

Alexanderplatz, in addition to being one of Berlin's busiest transport hubs, is also a busy town square which hosts many festivals with lots to see and do.

Die Hackeschen Höfe

Die Hackeschen Höfe Mitte, Berlin

In the centre of Berlin, the beautiful Art Deco Hackeschen Höfe is a courtyard area with plenty of shops, bars and restaurants, a cinema and theatre.

Ephraim Palais

Ephraim Palais Mitte, Berlin

Tipped as the most beautiful corner of Berlin, it is Berliners' belief that the Ephraim Palais in the Nicolai Quarter is the most attractive part of the city.

Neue Wache

Neue Wache Mitte, Berlin

Considered a leading example of German neoclassicism, the building is a must-see for architectural enthusiasts.

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