Well worth the five Euros entry fee, the Berliner Dom is an impressive Renaissance-style cathedral, which enjoyed extensive restoration after being ravaged by the Allied bombs in WWII. Since 1993, visitors have been able to stroll around its magnificent interior, head down into the crypt for a peek at the sarcophagi and, best of all, climb up to the Cupola for a fantastic panoramic view of the city. Take your camera! The Dom also holds regular Protestant services for the faithful as well as classical concerts for ticket purchasers.
the view was bang tidy.
reviewed by Keith Lemon from Canada on Feb.01.2012
apparently the view from the top is stunning, but the view from outside onto berliner dom is really quite amazing by itself!
reviewed by fruity from Canada on Sep.01.2009
Well worth a visit
reviewed by Keith from United Kingdom on Mar.21.2009
Forget St.Paul's Cathedrale! I'd the Berliner Dom is one of the beautiful churches in the world. Only the Kölner Dom (Cologne Cathedrale) looks better. Visit both!
reviewed by Nico from Germany on Jan.27.2008
My church choir sang here in 1999, this magnificent Church is one of the best kept secrets in Berlin.
reviewed by Melvin F. Rosenbaum from United States on Jan.19.2008
Loved the Berliner Dom. An iconic building and splendid views inside and out! Just nearby Museuminsel so plenty to see in the area
reviewed by Harry from United Kingdom on Jul.31.2007