Visitors to Berlin are able to get free access to the dome of the Parliament of the Federal Republic of Germany. The glass dome and its 360-degree views of the city are tourist favourites. After terror warnings forced a closure last year, the general public can once again visit the dome without being a member of a registered group.
Visitors are now welcome daily from 8am to midnight (last entrance at 11pm). As many as 25 people can get access every 15 minutes.If you are interested in a visit, you have to register online at least two days before your planned visit. You need to fill out paperwork with your first name, your surname and your birthday. Double check you've filled out the form correctly or you may not be granted access.