April 1, 2010

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Roll up, roll up! Cameras, X-rays, grumpy staff - the Reichstag has it all!


Platz der Republik 1, 11011 Berlin


030 2270

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Mon-Sun 8-24:00

    The security at Germany's parliament building is (understandably) daunting - but admission is free and, if you're willing to brave the hour-long queue, then the view from Lord Norman Foster's glass dome is stunning.

    Go first thing in the morning to avoid the worst crowds, or in the evening for a romantic look at a Berliner sunset...

    April 1, 2010

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    Booked for lunch

    We had lunch at the Reichstag and had to book so they could check out our credentials. We called about 3 days before to book our lunch. We did not need to book for just visiting. Lunch was wonderful and the Reichstag was very interesting.

    Sue Tamillo 20 days ago


    In order to get up to the dome you MUST book in advance. I just booked for when I'm in Berlin in August, no problem.

    C Royston 283 days ago

    No booking required

    Hi C,

    Booking is actually NOT required to visit the Reichstag. You may, however, be forced to wait in a long line with hundreds of other people in order to get in, but booking is not necessary. I've been twice without booking and got in after a 20 minute wait with no issue.

    Walter Crasshole 281 days ago

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