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The Brandenburg Gate (or Brandenburger Tor) is a monument in the heart of Berlin which used to mark the beginning of the road from Berlin to Brandenburg. The gate was a symbol of Germany, even during the Cold War and the separation of East and West Berlin, when the gate stood in no-man’s-land. It has since become a symbol of peace and unity and is one of Germany’s best-known landmarks. It’s a popular stop on tours of the city, and it’s a great place to take photos during the day and after dark.
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Old Berlin Tour: Brandenburg Gate, Unter den Linden & More
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Private Berlin Half-Day Walking Tour: Reichstag, Brandenburger Gate, Pariser Platz, Tiergarten and Jewish Memorial
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Group Walking Tour (1-20 people): 3 Hours Old-town, Brandenburg Gate and more...
 
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General Information

Opening Hours:

Since the Brandenburg Gate is a monument in a public square, it’s available for viewing 24 hours a day. However, there is a tourist information center at the Brandenburg Gate which is open from 9.30 am every day.

Tickets:

You can’t go inside the Brandenburger Tor and you don’t need a ticket to visit it in Pariser Platz.

Address:

Brandenburg Gate
Pariser Platz
10117 Berlin
Germany

How to get there:

It’s easiest to reach the Brandenburg Gate by public transport to Brandenburger Tor station which is served by S-Bahn numbers S1, S2, S25, and S26 and U-Bahn line U55. You can also take bus numbers 100 or 245 to the S+U-Bahn station, or bus numbers 300 and 147 also stop nearby.
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