In 1969, the TV tower was constructed at Alexanderplatz, a typical city square in the heart of Berlin. Standing 368 meters high and weighing 31.000 tons, the TV Tower was East Germany’s first “beloved child” before becoming the “father” of the reunified German capital. With a visibility range of 70 km, the TV Tower attracts millions of visitors each year.
Start your day in Berlin with a visit to the tv tower as soon the Fernsehturm opens its doors. Be the first to enter in the morning with skip the line advantage, before the crowds arrive. See how the city sky gets more and more brighten and make plans for the day watching the city and its monuments from the top.