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Brandenburg Gate Tickets & Tours

With Brandenburg Gate Berlin tickets, visit one of the most iconic sights in today's vibrant Berlin. Discover Berlin’s unique story on a visit to top Berlin attractions like Brandenburg Gate and make your way past a long stretch of the Berlin Wall, still standing 30 years after the wall fell. Choose between small-group tours, private tours and customized tours to delve into Berlin’s eventful history. With a historian guide in tow, visit noted landmarks and memorials which take you back in time.

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Our tips for Brandenburg Gate

  • Book accordingly. The curated collection of top-rated tours make history tangible by encountering palpable historical sources with audio-guided and live-guided commentary on Berlin during the Third Reich and the Cold War.
  • Don’t waste time. Brandenburg Gate and Berlin Wall tours are the most booked ones. It is recommended to book in advance online to avoid last-minute disappointment.
  • Dress for the day. Since it is an outdoor attraction, make sure to wear comfortable clothes. Also, keep some layers handy. Wear comfy shoes and carry a water bottle.
  • Take the best shot. For the best picture, try standing in Pariser Platz looking west towards the gate.

Good to know

The 18th-century Neo-classical monument is one of the most easily recognisable landmarks in Berlin. This old gate was constructed on the orders of Prussian king Frederick William II and still stands tall at the junction of Unter den Linden and Ebertstraße. The gate is 26 meters high, 65.5 meters long, and 11 meters deep. It was restored after it suffered damage around WW II.

Symbol of the chaotic history and cold war of Germany and Europe, this historical monument has played different roles in the political game throughout the cold war and post-1989 revolutions.

There is one more Brandenburg Gate at Potsdam which was built in 1771.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Brandenburg Gate?

    The best time to visit Brandenburg Gate is in the early morning to avoid the worst crowds. Also, sunrise and sunset are the best times to click Gram-worthy pictures.

  • Q: How do I get there?

    Brandenburg Gate is located at Pariser Platz. You can reach the gate on foot or via public transport. You can take the Ubahn line U5 or Sbahn lines S1, S2, S25, or S26 from the S&U station. If you are coming by bus, take bus number 100.

  • Q: What are the opening hours of Brandenburg Gate?

    Since it is an outdoor location, it is open all year round without any barriers to entry.

  • Q: What are the top attractions to explore around Brandenburg Gate?

    You can go to a popular inner city park named Tiergarten which is just a few steps away from the Brandenburg Tor. Victory Column is another popular landmark that should not be missed. For those who admire the architecture, Reichstag Building is another must-visit attraction. Holocaust Memorial is located a few minutes south of the Brandenburg Gate for a quick visit.

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