Potsdamer Platz, Berlin, Germany

4.0 (4.798 reviews) Spent 1-2 hours Ranking #84 in Berlin Neighborhoods • Points of Interest & Landmarks

Panorama Punkt at Potsdamer Platz, Berlin

Used as a commercial and military transport center before World War I, this famous town square, which was trapped in the no-man's-land next to the Berlin Wall during the Cold War, is currently under construction to become once again one of Berlin's chief commercial centers.
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Potsdamer Platz Tiegarten, 10785 Berlin Germany


+49 30 6883150



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4.0 based on (4.798 reviews)



  • 4Astrid O 5:00 PM Jul 7, 2022
    Beyond our expectations
    After our dissapointment at Alexanderplatz the day before(please refer to my review about it), we didn't expect much from Potsdamer; regardless, we decided to pay just so we wouldn't say later that we didn't visit and also because we had just finished visiting Checkpoint Charlie and Topography of Terror only 10 mins away(walking distance). It was better than we thought! There are metro and bus stops right on the spot in addition to some wall fragments plus shops and dining options. Needless to say, Sony Center was spectacular, however I wish there were more dining options inside of it. Location is also so good that later on we walked from there to the Holocaust Museum, about a 10 min. walk depending on your pace.

  • 3questtraveler01 5:00 PM Jan 26, 2020
    Main hub in the city center
    I rated "Average" b/c it's a Super hectic traffic & pedestrian area - there is the Sony Center with the main Berlin movie theater, restaurants and Lego Land all covered under an awesome dome like structure. The Berlin Philharmonie, the Mall of Berlin and The Dali museum are all in close proximity to name a few. If none of this interests you then take a pass. If you plan on eating at any restaurant in or around Potsdamer Platz DO call ahead for reservations especially on the weekends. Always a mad house. Take public transportation, much easier and cheaper than parking. Parking is super limited and parking in the underground garage at the Sony Center is really expensive.