Berlin Cathedral

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General Information

The Evangelical Supreme Parish and Collegiate Church or the Berlin Cathedral as it is also known, is situated on Museum Island in the Mitte borough of Berlin. The Cathedral has never actually been officially considered as a cathedral as its has never been the seat of a bishop. The construction of the cathedral lasted nearly 500 years in total with many different architects and styles.

Getting there

You can get to the cathedral by using the public transport network of Berlin. The closest transport stop to the cathedral is ‘S Hackescher Markt’. You can get there by S-Bahn, by metro or by bus. By S-Bahn, use the S3, S5, S7, S9 or S75. By metro tram, use the M1, M2, M4, M5 or M6. By bus, use the N2, N5, N8, N40 or N42.

Opening Times and Admission

The cathedral is currently open to the public. It charges for entrance, it is priced at 7 euros. The cathedral is open seven days a week, 9am-7pm except for Sundays when the cathedral opens later at 12pm.

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Posted: 6 Dec 2018, 01:08

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Would recommend people to visit this cathedral, it is beautiful on the inside and out. The buildings architecture is fantastic. Transport to the cathedral is really good as well, so there isn't an excuse i can think of not to visit.

Posted: 29 Mar 2018, 14:27

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Stunning

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Beautiful building, inside and out. Can't remember if we paid to view, but if we did it will have been cheap (We were on a budget so wouldn't have gone if expensive). Information points around the building that you can put earphone in to listen to, this were actually interesting as done in slightly comical cartoon videos, great way to learn the history. Viewing point from the top of the building is great, lots of stairs to get up but well worth it!

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