1. Berlin Cathedral
One of the most impressive sights in Berlin. The only negative is that you will often find it crowded. Try going early in the morning. The area is really big so you can get some creative shots, especially during spring and summer, when everything is green. But it’s also stunning with snow!!
2. Molecule Man
The artwork is positioned within the river. Walking along it will give you the opportunity to take some pretty good pictures with a background of the Molecule Man.
3. Reichstag Dome
A glass dome with a great 360-degree view of the city. If you have time, visit both during the day and at night. Especially at Christmas, you can admire the city being bright and shiny.
One of the biggest parks in Germany and a beautiful one. You can walk around and find the maps that guide you to other sights or buildings. In the center of the park, you will find the Victory Column. You can get to the top for a fee of 3euros for some stunning views of the city.
5. Sanssouci Park
Just 30 minutes outside Berlin, in a small city called Potsdam, lies the stunning and breathtaking Sanssouci Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are many things to see around and a visit can take up to 4 hours. The Park is mostly known for the gorgeous gardens outside the Sanssouci Palace, that are definitely Instagrammable.
6. Nikolai Viertel
The fairytale-like area of Berlin with the oldest church of the city. Walk along the river for some peace and quiet. Berliners love this area, as it is not crowded with tourists and has some lovely cafés.
7. Brandenburg Gate
Berlin´s city symbol, which everyone recognizes and one of the most photographed ones. Be prepared for big crowds most of the time. The ideal time to visit is early morning or during the sunset.
The big square of arts is located in the center of the city. The square is surrounded by 3 big buildings. The German and French churches and the Concert House. A pretty spacious area, that allows you to take pictures in every corner. The highlight is the stairs of the concert house with the red carpet.
9. House of Small Wonders
A wonderful Japanese-inspired restaurant cafe. Even though it also serves dinner, the cafe is mostly visited for coffee and brunch. What makes it unique is its cylindrical staircase and the decoration around it, which has made it the most Instagrammable coffee shop in Berlin.
10. Garten Der Welt
A huge park with 10 themed gardens. Each garden is truly unique and makes you feel like you are in the respective country. Some of the gardens are the Chinese, the Japanese, the Korean, the Oriental, and the garden inspired by Bali. Each garden has a different setting and decor, which allows you to have fun and get multiple different shots.