Stay less than one kilometre from top tourist sites
Located close to Alexanderplatz and the Reichstag, the seat of the German parliament, Park Plaza Wallstreet Berlin Mitte puts you near attractions in the heart of historic Berlin. One of the top city-centre hotels, Park Plaza Wallstreet Berlin Mitte provides helpful transportation options so you can easily access the best tourist destinations in the Berlin Mitte area. The hotel is situated opposite the Spittelmarkt and Märkisches Museum underground stations, which provides direct access to the airport, the conference and congress centre, and fairgrounds. Be sure to add a tour of the stunning Castle Charlottenburg to your itinerary, and don’t miss the chance to amble through the lush stretches of the Tiergarten.
Put these popular attractions on your list:
- Nikolaiviertel (0.6 km)
This 800-plus-year-old settlement in Berlin is home to intriguing dining spots and enticing shops.
T: +49 (0) 30 24 746 010
- Alexanderplatz and City Hall (0.9 km)
A perfect place to meet up with friends or to enjoy an outdoor lunch from the food stands in nice weather, Alexanderplatz offers breath-taking city views.
- Berlin Cathedral (0.9 km)
With a history that dates back to 1451, Berlin’s largest cathedral is a vital centre for the nation’s Protestant movement.
T: +49 (0) 30 20 269 136
- Museums Island (0.9 km)
Five museums on this island in the Spree River preserve art and archaeological artefacts collected in the 19th century.
T: +49 (0) 30 266 2987
- Gendarmenmarkt (1.2 km)
Featuring German and French cathedrals, the Gendarmenmarkt square hosts frequent performances and is a popular shopping destination, especially during the holidays.
- Checkpoint Charlie (1.3 km)
Marking the former border between East and West Berlin, this museum preserves the history of the Berlin Wall.
T: +49 (0) 30 25 002 333
- Berlin Holocaust Memorial (2.4 km)
This important memorial pays tribute to those who suffered and perished in the Holocaust.
T: +49 (0) 30 26 394 311
- Brandenburg Gate (2.6 km)
Built in 1791, this easily recognised symbol of the city stands on the outskirts of the Tiergarten.
- Reichstag (2.8 km)
Completed in 1894, this building is home to the German House of Parliament and contains items from 20th-century German history.
T: +49 (0) 30 22 730 027
- Tiergarten (4.8 km)
Built on what was once a royal hunting ground, the Tiergarten is Berlin’s largest public park.
- Charlottenburg Palace (7.9 km)
One of Berlin’s can’t-miss attractions, this palace was built as a summer home for Queen Sophie-Charlotte and her husband in 1695. Don’t miss a stroll through the surrounding gardens.
T: +49 (0) 30 320 911