The Reichstag Building situated in Berlin is a large building that was previously used for the parliament of the German Empire. The building was opened to the parliament in 1894, it was used up until it was damaged by a fire in 1933. After the Second World War, the building was no longer in use with the splitting of Germany into West and East. The building was restored many times since the fire, the main one being in 1990 when a full restoration was attempted. After the restoration of 1990, the building once again became a meeting place for the German parliament.
The Reichstag Building is accessible by the transport system with train stations local and buses running close.
Opening Times and Admission
The roof terrace of the building is open to visitors but you have to book in advance. The terrace allows for close up viewing of the building's dome and allows for views of Berlin. There is also a restaurant for visitors. Tours of the building are free, but you have to book in advance on the website.