Looking for tips for Valentine’s Day in Berlin? We give you 10 recommendations for a particularly romantic day in the metropolis.
Berlin, Berlin… you are so wonderful, Berlin! But seriously: Germanys capital city is a pretty awesome city full of possibilities. And especially on special occasions like Valentine’s Day, it’s a good idea to go exploring (together) after all.
Use Valentine’s Day in Berlin for a special romantic experience with the woman or man of your dreams.
It is and remains the classic declaration of love through a flower: the rose. And nowhere else in Berlin can you find it in such variety as at Rosentraum am Ku’damm, the big shop for the flower of love.
Speaking of blossoms, if the weather cooperates, the Botanical Garden in Dahlem is just the place for a romantic Valentine’s Day stroll.
According to psychologists, dating supposedly goes better at high points. The reason: the excitement because of the height transfers to the romantic situation. The highest place in Berlin is, of course, the platform of the TV tower and if the view is good, you have a really breathtaking view of the city from here.
However, it’s best to book tickets in advance if you want to avoid long waits, especially if you’re also planning a romantic meal at the Sphere platform restaurant.
Alternatively, you can reserve a seat in the Skykitchen. Here, the Urberliner star chef Alexander Koppe presents his exquisite new interpretations of Berlin cuisine to guests in a dignified ambience.
As the name of the restaurant suggests, you can also look out over the rooftops of the city from high above, namely from the 12th floor of the Andel’s Hotel.
Just relax in a tropical atmosphere in the middle of February? If you want to surprise your sweetheart with pure wellness, you can do so at Vabali, the Balinese-style sauna oasis.
from Monday to Friday
2-hour ticket: € 21.50
4-hour ticket: € 28.50
Day ticket: € 36.50
on weekends, public holidays, during the Berlin Christmas & winter holidays & for vouchers.
2-hour ticket: € 23.50
4-hour ticket: € 31.50
Day ticket: € 39,50
If not literally, you can metaphorically bring the stars down from the sky for your sweetheart at the Zeiss Planetarium.
Here are the shows taking place there on Valentine’s Day:
09:30: Dark Universe (50 min.)
10:45 am: Spaceship Earth (45 min.)
12:00: Fantastic Universe (50 min.)
15:00: Star hour (50 min.)
17:00: Planets – Expedition into the Solar System (60 min.)
Peacock Island is arguably one of the most romantic places in all of Berlin. When the sun shines on Valentine’s Day, it is an ideal destination for an excursion for lovers.
With its picturesque little castle and 67-hectare landscape park, the idyllic island in the Havel is rightly a UNSECO World Heritage Site.
Note: in February the ferries only run between 10:00 and 16:00 and food should either be taken in the form of a picnic or done at the inn at the landing stage.
It’s good to be in the dark! If you want to experience something really new in an extraordinary atmosphere with your partner on Valentine’s Day in Berlin, you can also book seats at the dark restaurant Nocti Vagus.
On Valentine’s Day, the Valentine’s Day Special Crime Theatre takes place here. The show including a 4-course menu costs €69 per person.
The musical fans among you are in luck: for the occasion, the musical Ghost – Message from Sam is also playing in Berlin on Valentine’s Day. As in the film of the same name, it is about nothing less than the power of true love, which can even call the dead back into the realm of the living.
If you prefer comedy on stage and are rather slightly ironic about Valentine’s Day anyway, the Anti Valentines Day at Bämeräng is just the right event for you.
This rock pub rolls out the red carpet for couples with style on Valentine’s Day from 20:00 and offers a biting comedy programme to celebrate the day. The alternative event for all couples who have little use for classic romance.
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