While today the Reichstag is the home of the German Parliament, that hasn't always been the case. It was originally created to house government of the German Empire, but it fell out of favor after WWII and the start of the Cold War. Reunification and democratic governance brought a renewed interest in the building, with the words “Dem Deutschen Volke” ("To the German People") carved in the front. With its checkered past and rises and crests in prominence, we think this beautiful political building is a must-see for any Berlin trip plan. Reserve a free visit ahead of time and you'll be able to explore the historic rooms and take an elevator up to a terrace, where you'll get great views of the city.
Cafe Intimes offers a resting spot where you can sit back and enjoy the variety that Berlin has to... Read more