The Reichstag is a Neo-Renaissance parliament in Berlin. The building served for years as a meeting place for federal assembly.

Reichstag Berlin

The Reichstag was designed by Paul Wallot and completed in 1894. The fire of 1933 added to several damages during the second world war destroyed the most of the building.

After reunification of east and west Germany, the magnificent glass dome was rebuilt. This particular part of Reichstag is very popular. Visitors love to visit this sight to admire the best views of Berlin cityscape as well as the parliament hall. The natural lighting radiates in the whole building adds to it an inspiring beauty. The rooftop restaurant is idyllic for a typical dish of Berlin surrounded by fantastic views.

In addition, the massive solar array guarantee energy independence of this great monument.