Berlin TV Tower Fast View Tickets

Berlin TV Tower Tickets

If you have great regard for scenarios and spectacular views, then you should visit the Berlin TV tower, as it offers tourists the most amazing atmosphere and views from its vantage point. On Berlin TV Tower tours, visitors will enjoy panoramic views and also have the privilege of visiting the tallest building in Europe. Berlin TV Tower tours will expose visitors to several broadcast stations and visitors can also visit other spots on the tower like the rotating restaurant and bar. The tower attracts over 1 million visitors to Berlin every year, and with great touring options, visitors will enjoy the best experiences.

On guided Berlin TV Tower tours, visitors will learn facts about the tower as well as its history, and they also have other tour options to select from. Skip the line Berlin TV Tower tours expose visitors to an amazing experience that saves them time and offers them comfort. On Private tours in Berlin TV Tower, visitors can explore the landmark at their own pace, and also enjoy other amazing offers. Discount tickets and other affordable deals can be accessed with Tripindicator, and when you buy online tickets, you will enjoy easier negotiations.

With Tripindicator, visitors will enjoy the best possible tour deals and combination tour options as our expert team has designed amazing offers to suit our customers. To get an insight on the standard Berlin TV Tower tickets, check below.

TV Tower Berlin Ticket Price

Audults ticket €22.50
Children ticket €13.50
Infant ticket FREE

See below for various best handpicked Berlin TV Tower tickets & Dinner bookings options based on users reviews, cost, customer experience as well as all the best ways to see the famous Berlin TV Tower sight.

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TV Tower Berlin Tickets Skip the line

1. TV Tower Berlin Tickets Skip the line

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  • The TV Tower is one of the most popular Berlin attractions and this ticket gets you priority access to the tower's elevator.
  • A chance to see Berlin's most famous landmarks, the Brandenburg Gate, the River Spree and more, from above.
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Skip-the-Line: Berlin TV Tower Dinner

2. Skip-the-Line: Berlin TV Tower Dinner

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  • A fine dining experience atop the famous Berlin TV Tower.
  • The best located restaurant that you will find in the entire German Capital.
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Berlin TV Tower: Skip-the-Line Access and Champagne Breakfast

3. Berlin TV Tower: Skip-the-Line Access and Champagne Breakfast

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  • An interesting tour package that combines morning sightseeing of Berlin with a perfect german - themed breakfast.
  • A tour package designed to make you have a sky - high meal in the clouds after you've climbed the 679 feet (207 meters) Berlin TV tower.
  • A skip the line ticket that makes you walk like a VIP into the
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Berlin TV Tower: Skip-the-Line Ticket with 2-Course Lunch

4. Berlin TV Tower: Skip-the-Line Ticket with 2-Course Lunch

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  • This is a perfect answer to your taste of having a unique lunch in the city of Berlin.
  • A tour package designed to make you have a sky - high meal in the clouds after you've climbed the 679 feet (207 meters) tower.
  • A perfect lunch experience with menu inspired by the combination of local German foods and international
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Berlin Skyline Iconic Fast View TV Tower

5. Berlin Skyline Iconic Fast View TV Tower

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  • The TV Tower stands out against the Berlin cityscape and offers stunning views of the German metropolis. Get a hassle-free entry ticket to this well-known city attraction and skip the dreaded lines of people waiting outside.

    Ascend 207 meters above street level and soak up panoramic views of Berlin from the Berlin TV Tower's observation...
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Berlin TV Tower

FAQs about TV Berlin Tower

Berlin TV Tower Opening Times

The Berlin TV Tower remains open every day of the week. Timings are as below:

  • March to October from 9:00 AM to midnight
  • November to February from 10:00 AM to midnight
  • The last ascent is at 11.30 p.m.

Opening hours of the restaurant:

  • 10:00 AM to midnight ( kitchen closes at 10:30 PM)
  • Note, the Berlin TV Tower remains closed on two days every year for maintenance work. The next date when the Tower will be closed is: April 1, 2019. Please check the website for more details on the next date it will be closed.

Best Time to Visit the TV Tower Berlin

Best Time to Visit the Berlin TV Tower

The Berlin TV Tower being one of the most popular ( the popular , in fact) attractions in Berlin, it is almost always crowded. It is best to book fast track entry tickets to avoid long queues. Make sure you keep a close eye on the weather forecast for clear skies and visit early morning when the light is soft. Mornings, around 9:00 AM sees the least queues so you can avoid paying a premium of skip the line tickets as well.

Another good time of the day for visiting the Berlin TV Tower is as the sun sets across the city. While Berlin is photogenic at any time of year, whether covered in snow, filled with spring or summer sunshine, or soaked in its beautiful autumnal colours ; the golden hours of the sunset add a touch of magic that is breathtakingly beautiful. Make sure you book a slot for these hours in advance as they sell out pretty quick.

Getting to Berlin TV Tower

The easiest and best way to reach the Berlin TV Tower is by public transport. The entrance to the Tower is directly opposite the Gontardstrasse exit of Alexanderplatz station.

You can catch either of the following to reach the Berlin TV Tower:

  • Bus: TXL, M48, 100, 200, 248, N5, N8
  • Tram: M4, M5, M6, M2
  • S-Bahn (suburban train): S5, S7, S75
  • U-Bahn (underground): U2, U5, U8
  • Regional train: RE1, RE2, RE7, RB14

Berlin TV Tower Height

Standing 1,197 feet tall (368 meters) the Berliner Fernsehturm TV-Tower is the highest building in Berlin. It has a red and white antenna mast, almost 118 meters high which forms the crowning section of the TV Tower and adds to the overall height of 368 meters

Your Berlin TV Tower View Experience

If you're planning a visit to the Berlin TV Tower, here's what you can expect. Provided you have purchased your tickets online in advance, you can skip the winding long ticket lines and exchange your voucher for a pass and move on to the security lines directly. After the security line comes the elevator line where those with VIP tickets are given priority and functions on a first come first serve basis. The elevator ride in itself is quite epic as it takes just 40 seconds to reach 203 meters ie; 6 meters per second. On the ride up, you'll have an elevator attendant giving you a commentary in English and German. The ceiling of the elevator is glass which lets you watch yourself rush up the interior of the tower with great speed.

Once you step out of the elevator, you reach the Berlin TV Tower Observation deck located at a height of 203m. PS: It's at a height taller than the Eiffel Tower! Behold the entire city in front of me, with views stretching for miles and miles. From up here, you get a sense of just how big Berlin is.

As you move around the panoramic Observation Deck, informative signs placed strategically around the viewing deck point out various important landmarks that can be seen below you. Don't forget to spot the famous landmarks like the Reichstag, the Berliner Dom and Tempelhofer Feld. After you've had your eye's fill of Berlin, you can choose to leave the tower or move onto the rotating restaurant for a scrumptious meal. Note, you have to make reservations for the restaurant in advance as they sell out pretty fast.

Berlin TV Tower Sphere Restaurant

Berlin TV Tower

The Berlin TV Tower restaurant named "Restaurant Sphere" is a historic revolving restaurant, towering 207m above the city. Here, you can experience Germany's highest culinary tour and indulge in a refined Berlin cuisine from morning till night. The ambience is a mixture of modern design and retro chic with a "starry sky" on the ceiling and a musical accompaniment on the piano creating a very special flair. The rotating platform also includes an unforgettable 360 ° city tour.

As for the food served here, Tripadvisor displays a mixed set of reviews with some people strongly condemning the food and some who have found it worth their money. However, with a rating of 4 / 5 by over 2,311 visitors it does seem worth a try. They serve all meals - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch and have vegetarian and vegan options as well. Check out the menu to know more about all that they serve. Restaurant sphere also has a well stocked bar should you like to grab a drink to go with your meal. Note, there is NO dress code for the restaurant and smart casuals are welcome.

Restaurant Sphere VIP Dinner Bookings

This is a higher end and more expensive menu and comes with :

  • One glass of Cuvee sparkling wine on arrival
  • A chef special three-course meal, with a starter, main course & dessert
  • 2 glasses of wine of your choice (200ml each)
  • Unlimited water, and a hot drink after your meal
  • As a souvenir, you are gifted a menu rolled up into a TV Tower keyring
  • Fast Track entry ticket to the Berlin TV Tower viewing platform at a selected slot

Restaurant Seating

Restaurant Dinner Seating

Seating in the restaurant is arranged in 2 circles ; window seating (best view and more expensive) and inner circle seating ( the 2nd row of tables on inside of the window seats). Tickets for both circles are available online and advanced reservation is a must.

Berlin TV Tower Restaurant Reservations & Online Bookings

Tickets often sell out months in advance, but should you plan in advance make sure to get the window seating. They are well worth the premium. Reservations include a flat fee and the meal costs over and above the reservation fee . The cost of this ticket also includes access to the viewing platform, one floor lower than the restaurant. This may work out a little expensive, but you can opt for the Beer & Boulette if you're looking for a more economical meal.

Restaurant Menu & Features

Free Wifi, Reservations, Seating, Bilingual Waitstaff, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Accepts Credit Cards

Restaurant Menu Options
Breakfast Menu
Daytime Menu
Evening Dinner Menu
Kids Menu

12 Berlin TV Tower Facts You May Not Have Known!

  1. The Berlin TV Tower was actually designed to be 130 m tall only

    It is said that the Berlin TV Tower was originally touted to be located in Muggelberge and much shorter in height. However, the height was getting in the way of the flight path of planned Schonefeld Airport. Hence it was shifted to Alexanderplatz and they increased the height as there was no reason not to!

  2. Labourers worked in 3 different shifts to finish the Fernsehturm on time.

    The construction took 4 years and in order to complete it by the decided date October 3, 1969 ; labourers were made to work in 3 different shifts to complete the tower. The construction cost 200 million marks and exceeded the initial cost by by a whopping four times.

  3. The Berlin TV Tower is really really heavy.

    The tower was built out of 7,900 cubic meters of concrete and 3,400 tons of steel. The sphere weighs 4,800 tons, the tower itself - 26,000 tons.

  4. The Fernsehturm is the tallest building in not just Berlin, but all of Germany.

    With a total height of the tower is 368 meters, an antenna that is 118 meters high and an

    observation deck on the sphere located 203 meters above ground; the Berlin TV Tower is the tallest building in all of Germany. From its observation deck, you can view the landscapes of Brandenburg 42 km away.

  5. The elevators take just 38 seconds to reach atop. That's fast!

    There are 3 elevators in the tower; two of them for the visitors, one is for the working personnel only. These lifts takes only 40 seconds to reach 203 meters ie; 6 meters per second. There are multiple elevators so that in case of an elevator break down, the other elevator can reach the same height and evacuate people. Even if you're feeling athletic, visitors are not allowed to use the 986 steps that lead atop.

  6. The Berlin Tower sways ( yes!)

    Although the oscillation of the tower is hardly perceptible, the tower sways. At the top of the antenna, the movement can reach 60 cm and at the sphere about 15 cm. The frequency can be between 7 and 10 seconds. So observe carefully and you may be able to see it.

  7. Only 400 people are allowed into the sphere at a time

    As per the safety regulations, only 400 people are allowed into the sphere where the observation deck is , at a time. This includes 380 visitors and 20 staff members.

  8. Witness all of Berlin in 30 minutes

    If you dine at the sphere of the Berlin TV Tower, you will find yourself in a rotating restaurant which takes 30 minutes to rotate fully and get a 360 degrees view of Berlin.

  9. The sphere restaurant's kitchen is right at the bottom of the building

    The sphere rotating restaurant is an absolute delight and quite popular amongst tourists and locals alike. But, due to its rotating nature, it is unsafe to have the kitchen within the premises because of which it is located on a lower floor. The food is brought up to the sphere via a special separate elevator.

  10. The Pope's revenge

    When the sun shines on the dome of the Berlin TV Tower, a cross shape reflects on it. The architects and atheist Communists of East Germany tried their best to remedy this with paints and chemicals, but to date the crucifix appears on a sunny day. Hence, West Berliners call this the "Pope's revenge ".

  11. Come rain, storm or shine, the tower is safe in bad weather.

    While many may think going to such heights during the storm is unsafe, it actually is not. In fact, the Berlin TV Tower is the best lightning rod in the city. It has special protection around the sphere that protects passersbys' from sudden avalanches.

  12. It is a working TV tower, as it was intended

    Oh yes! For all those who thought the Berlin TV Tower was just a tourist attraction this may come as a surprise. The tower is owned by Deutsche Telekom, and over 60 different radio and television programs are broadcast via the tower's antenna. Tune in to some radio channel while you're in the tower and expect the best reception you've experienced till date.