Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Skip the Line: Berlin TV Tower Early Bird or Nighttime Access. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
This was excellent. Only queue was to get the pre-booked tickets with Viator at the counter on the left of the entrance, only a small queue, avoiding large queues for standard tickets. Then you can follow the Premier ticket queue through security without having to go to a standard ticket waiting room. Straight up in a lift ahead of the standard queue and similarly on the way down. Brilliant.
I would really, really recommend this. We went in early July and booked the nighttime access, but we aimed to get there for just after 9pm as we knew that the sun set not long after this. The views were gorgeous, and you could see for miles! We easily spent over an hour up there as it's so relaxing, especially after a busy day. The people who work there are really friendly, and if, like me, you get a little bit nervous about going in lifts, you really don't need to worry. The trip up and down is really quick, and a member of staff escorts you in the lift both ways. As for 'skipping the line', there wasn't much of a line when we were there, however, we did some research before we went away, and there is very little difference in price between this pass and the tickets you can buy on the day at the tower, so for the guarantee of a quick trip up, I think it's definitely worth it.
Easy, no wait and quick.. took me only 2 mins (collecting my ticket and going through security too)to reach the observation deck as i was taken up (and down) in a dedicated lift for premium ticket holders. skipped the whole queue of nearly 50 ppl. though once up, i had to wait a bit for my dinner table as restaurant was full. but for this small price, it is worth to spend it and get rid of all the wait and stress. i will suggest it to the ppl who have a busy itinerary or are not keen on waiting.
Amazing experience and a fantastic bar at the top. We were told not to try the restaurant as it wasn't very good some sat and had a cocktail instead. Would highly recommend.
Great views to be had at night and well worth booking ahead to skip the queues.
GREAT! We went in the morning although we had booked for the evening. Seeing the city in full view was amazing!
I ascended the Berlin TV Tower in the former East Berlin after 9pm. Excellent views and a nice bar at the top. A must if visiting Berlin!
We pre booked to visit the TV tower at night time, on arrival we went up to the first level of the viewing tower and had a cocktail and viewed Berlin just as it was going dark. Then we went up to the restaurant level, we hadnt pre booked a table but this wasnt a problem a table for 2 was available. We had a lovely meal and viewed Berlin at night, a beatutiful sight. After our meal we had a couple of drinks then made our way back to our hotel on the underground which is only minutes away. Well worth a visit if visiting Berlin
We got tickets for night time access in May and did not encounter long queues.It was all very well organised.Great views especially when you can see the sunset and then the night darkness. Lovely cocktails at top.
I took my daughter to Berlin to show her the city she was born in 40 years ago when I was stationed there during the Cold War. Entrance to the tower was very smooth, we were directed to the Premier Queue and bypassing the crowd and being first into the lift for the ascent. Arriving prior to 10am there was ample room at the top of the tower to walk around for the 360 degree view. Well worth booking ahead with Viator.
Went as soon as tower opened not really expecting there to be a queue..........so glad we pre-purchased skip the line tickets. Great view from the top, well worth a visit.
Your was brilliant! However when we booked on my phone whilst in berlin, it said we could use e voucher, however when we arrived at the venue they did not except e vouchers, luckily out hotel had access to the internet and a printer so we could print the tickets off, which were then accepted