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Sightseeing in Berlin

The Westin Grand Berlin in the historical Center of Berlin

Explore the capital Berlin

What to see in Berlin? Begin an adventure to discover Berlin through its landmarks, with a stay at The Westin Grand – just minutes from Berlin’s rich historic sites. Visit all the historic landmarks during your inspiring Berlin city break. Explore the monuments set along the famous city central streets – just steps from your door. Tour the grounds of Humboldt University. Discover the old-world architecture of the Alte Bibliothek, the legendary library located in the renowned Bebel Square. Located where the historic boulevard Unter den Linden meets the Friedrichstrasse, The Westin Grand Hotel Berlin is an exceptional choice for your next unforgettable Berlin short break.

Step outside and experience history

  • Brandenburg Gate Brandenburg Gate, built 1788-1791 by C. G. Langhans; the trademark of Berlin
  • Gendarmenmarkt, known as one of the most beautiful squares in Europe, created at the end of the 17th century as a market place, the Linden Markt
  • Checkpoint Charlie, a prominent symbol of the Cold War, for nearly 30 years epitomizing the separation between east and west
  • Alexanderplatz, a large open square and public transport hub in Berlin-Mitte city centre
  • Reichstag, the seat of the German Parliament
  • The Berlin Wall, the Berlin Wall serves as a monument of overcoming German division
  • Staatsoper Unter den Linden, the Berlin State Opera with its permanent home at the opera house on the Unter den Linden
  • Königliches Opernhaus, the renowned Royal Opera house
  • St. Hedwigs-Kathedrale, the beautiful St. Hedwig’s Cathedral modelled after the Pantheon in Rome
  • Palais Prinz Heinrich, the regal palace was built in 1748-53 as a city residence for the brother of Friedrich II, Prince Friedrich Heinrich Ludwig of Prussia, now serves as part of Humboldt University
  • Humboldt Universität Berlin, Humboldt University, once the place of study for Karl Marx
  • Alte Bibliothek, the historic library is nestled in the midst of Bebelplatz, the legendary Bebel Square
  • Denkmal König Friedrich II. von Preußen, the impressive equestrian statue of King Friedrich II of Prussia
  • Berlin Cathedral Church, the largest church in the city, and it serves as a vital center for the Protestant church of Germany
  • Embassies – The French, British and Russian embassies are all close-by
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