The most striking symbol of Berlin along with the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, is the television tower. From the base to the top of the antenna, this tower is 368 meters and is therefore one of the highest structures in Germany.
The television tower was built in 1964 on the Alexanderplatz, and it is a popular destination in Germany and it is situated in a location where we found a flag at his feet. The main components of the imposing building are among others, the crystal ball and the big antenna on the ball. Each year, the tower is visited by nearly 1.2 million people, making it one of the most popular attractions of Berlin and its surroundings. On the platforms, which are respectively 203 and 207 meters, visitors can enjoy a 360 degree view of the city and from there see various symbols of Berlin, such as the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Potsdamer Platz or the Olympic Stadium as the crow flies. The viewpoints are easily accessible and within seconds they are reached with lifts. A special highlight of the TV tower is that it awaits a cozy restaurant in a high altitude. From the tables in the restaurant, located on a turntable, every half hour you can see a different part of the city of Berlin.