Where do you get the best views in Berlin? It's true, the city doesn't really have that many hills and mountains as viewpoints from which you get a look over Berlin, but still there are some places where you can enjoy a spectacular view. If you are in for a bit more of a thrill, watch the bustling metropolis soaring above it in a balloon or with a cocktail in your hand while watching the sunset on a rooftop terrace. The Top10 Team hopes you enjoy the 10 best viewing points of Berlin. Our tip: Don't forget to bring your camera!

  • TV Tower Berlin

    Berlin's TV Tower is one of the most emblematic sights of the city and with its 368 metres of height not only Berlin's but Germany's highest building.

  • Weltballon

    Berlin's Weltballon is among the world's biggest helium-filled balloons. The sensation of floating in mid-air is however just an illusion: the balloon is secured to the ground with a strong steel cable. During the rise, the pilot will answer all your questions about the sights of Berlin.

  • Panoramic View from Kollhoff Tower

    Europe's fastest lift and most likely Berlin's best sunset - only two of the things the 103 metres high Kollhoff Tower is scoring with.

  • Belfry of the Olympic Stadium

    The Belfry at the Olympic Stadium was built for the 11th Olympic Games.

  • Siegessäule

    The Siegessäule (Victory Column) is one of Berlin's most well-known landmarks. If you want to be close to the gilded statue of Viktoria, Goddess of Victory (affectionately nicknamed "Goldelse" by the locals) you have to be sure your feet will carry you up the spiral staircase.

  • Teufelsberg

    Grunewald's Teufelsberg is with its 120 m Berlin's highest hill and offers a fabulous view to the other end of the city with the right weather conditions. Additionally, an abandoned listening post adds a spooky element to the place.

  • Neukölln Arcaden

    The Neukölln Arcaden are basically a shopping centre. A wide variety of various stores can be found on several floors.

  • Canteen “Skyline”  of the Technical University in the Telefunken Skyscraper

    The cafeteria "Skyline" of the Technical University allows a great view over the roofs of Berlin.

  • Flak Tower Humboldthain

    Stairs under shading trees lead your way up to the 85 metres high flak towers of Humboldthain.

  • Prussian National Monument on Kreuzberg

    With 66 metres of height, the Kreuzberg in Viktoriapark is the highest natural elevation in Berlin's inner districts.