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Berlin: Gemäldegalerie Entry Ticket

1. Berlin: Gemäldegalerie Entry Ticket

Visit the Gemäldegalerie in Berlin, one of the world's most important collections of European painting from the 13th to the 18th century. Admire masterpieces from all periods of art history, including paintings by Jan van Eyck, Pieter Bruegel, Albrecht Dürer, Raphael, Titian and Peter Paul Rubens. Study mainly German and Italian paintings from the 13th to the 16th, and the Dutch paintings from the 15th to the 17th century. Admire the Gemäldegalerie's interesting new building in an austere Prussian style, and stroll through the simple structure, with its rooms grouped around a bright foyer. From the large Wandelhalle, a place of peace and reflection with a fountain installation by Walter De Maria, you will always be able to return back to the exhibition rooms.

Berlin: Hop-on Hop-off Day Tour in Double-Decker Bus

2. Berlin: Hop-on Hop-off Day Tour in Double-Decker Bus

Discover the sights of Berlin and experience the city. Get up close to the sights of your choice according to your interests. At 20 stations, take the chance to get on and off the bus. See the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag or Kurfürstendamm, all at your own pace. The buses run every 25 minutes, so you can make a round trip whenever you wish. See the following sights: 1. U Kurfürstendamm / Kranzler: Café Kranzler 2. Kurfürstendamm: Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church 3. KaDeWe / Wittenbergplatz 4. Lützowplatz 5. Kulturforum: Gemäldegalerie, Berliner Philharmonie, Kunstgewerbemuseum (Museum of Decorative Arts), St. Matthäus-Kirche 6. Potsdamer Platz: Sony Center, Berlin State Library, Transfer to PanoramaPunkt 7. Martin-Gropius-Bau: Abgeordnetenhaus of Berlin, Bundesrat 8. Checkpoint Charlie: Museum Haus at Checkpoint Charlie 9. Gendarmenmarkt 10. Bebelplatz / Berlin State Opera 11. Rotes Rathaus / TV Tower / Alex: Käthe Kollwitz Museum 12. Karl-Liebknecht-Str.: Sealife 13. Berlin Cathedral / Lustgarten: Altes Museum 14. Unter den Linden / University: City Library Berlin 15. Unter den Linden / Friedrichstr. 16. Holocaust Memorial 17. Brandenburg Gate 18. Reichstag / Tiergarten 19. Hauptbahnhof (Central Train Station) 20. Bellevue Palace

Berlin: WelcomeCard All Inclusive

3. Berlin: WelcomeCard All Inclusive

Explore the vibe of a very special city! Berlin has a character all its own: Germany’s capital at the heart of mainland Europe, a magnet for millions, a legendary location for the arts and culture, the setting for innumerable events – 365 days a year, 24 hours a day! There is so much to do in Berlin, but whatever you have planned, the Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive ensures you can enjoy your stay to the full. The price already includes sightseeing tours and admission to museums – and gives you fantastic discounts at some great attractions and restaurants. An unforgettable holiday with the Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive The Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive is a popular CityCard for those who don't want to worry about anything when they're on the move. Enjoy free entry to over 30 attractions, activities and museums. Free entry with the Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive is also available for children. Your kids travel freely with you on your Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive with public transport, so they won't need their own public transport pass. The economic kids passes start from 59 EUR and offer all access benefits of the adult pass. With over 150 discounts, you also save money in restaurants, cafés and when shopping. This is the best way to experience Berlin.

Berlin: Kulturforum One-Day Access Ticket

4. Berlin: Kulturforum One-Day Access Ticket

Berlin's Kulturforum stands as a testament to the city's rich artistic and cultural heritage. With the Kulturforum One-Day Access Ticket, you're granted a passport to explore this hub of creativity and history. Located in the heart of the city, the Kulturforum is a collection of institutions that house some of Europe's most significant artworks and historical documents. Begin your artistic journey at the New National Gallery. Designed by the renowned architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, this modernist masterpiece is home to an impressive collection of 20th-century art. From Picasso to Kandinsky, immerse yourself in the works of some of the last century's most influential artists. Next, step back in time at the Picture Gallery, where European paintings from the 13th to 18th centuries are on display. Marvel at the masterpieces of artists like Rembrandt, Botticelli, and Rubens, each telling a story of a bygone era. But the Kulturforum offers more than just paintings. Dive into the world of decorative arts at the Museum of Decorative Arts, where everything from textiles to ceramics showcases the evolution of design over the centuries. The Museum of Prints and Drawings offers a unique insight into the world of sketches, prints, and graphic art, while the Art Library stands as one of the world's most significant repositories of literature on art history, architecture, and design. Conclude your visit with a sense of fulfillment, having traversed through centuries of art and culture, all under the roof of Berlin's iconic Kulturforum.

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What people are saying about Gemaldegalerie

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 371 reviews

Excellent art collection. The map was helpful but some arrows and clearer room numbers would be helpful. Kept re-entering rooms I had already seen and missed some paintings ( that may not have been there but were mentioned in the audio guide). Overall excellent experience.

Ideal, can actually be used anywhere without waiting time. Public transport also perfectly arranged in Berlin and with this card. Can get in anywhere without worrying about anything.

Great museum with a great collection. And sparsely attended so none of the crowds you get at popular art shows.

I'll have to go again soon. So much great art. Astounding.

Very exciting, very worth knowing, very successful!