10 of the most romantic places in Berlin


With Valentine’s Day only a month away, Berlin is one of the most visited cities in Germany and an ideal place for a romantic break. With 916 bridges, the city, like Venice, offers a fairytale backdrop for romantic strolls. Hotel de Rome, a Rocco Forte hotel, is located in the centre of the city and for romantics alike, recommends the following top 10 places to celebrate love.

1. The Gendarmenmarkt

The Gendarmenmarkt is quite rightly called the “most beautiful place north of the Alps”. With its ensemble of the Deutscher Dom, the Konzerthaus and the Französischer Dom, it is truly a beautiful place to linger and dream.

2. Monbijoupark

Here you can enjoy a magical view of the impressive Bode Museum and river Spree from the former palace grounds. It is especially beautiful during the blue hour.

3. Charlottenburg Palace

Spend an afternoon for two at Charlottenburg Palace and walk hand in hand through the palace and the gardens.

4. Lustgarten

In the Lustgarten, located on the Museum Island, you can spend time in a romantic atmosphere and go for a walk

5. Nikolaiviertel

Embark on a romantic search for traces through narrow streets and past small houses in the oldest settlement area of the city near the Spree.

6. Gardens of the World

Surprise your loved one with a trip to the Gardens of the World in the Marzahn Recreational Park. The landscape art comes from the Orient, Australia, Africa, Europe, South America. Embark on a horticultural journey around the world.

7. Zeiss-Großplanetarium

Looking romantically at the starry sky is not always easy in a big city. There are only a few places where you can experience the starry sky in all its glory. The planetarium is a good alternative for marvelling at the infinity of space together.

8. Frau Tonis Parfum, Berlin

Romantic journey for the senses: Exclusive fragrance experience for two: “Frau Tonis Parfum, Berlin” is a vintage-furnished perfume store with the manufacture (10 min. walk from Hotel de Rome). Create a personalised perfume from the fragrance portfolio of high-quality manufactured perfumes together with your loved or for your loved one. The recipe will be archived which can be reordered at any time. “Perfume workshop” for one or two person, 1 h, 180€ per person. (incl. individual perfume (50ml), Snacks and Cava)


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9. Carrosse DeLouis

Private sightseeing tour by the electric elegant carriage “Carrosse DeLouis” with a cuddle blanket and mulled wine/champagne. Ride through the city to all famous places as well as less well-known spots. Chauffeur is dressed in an elegant Wilhelminian style uniform.

10. Alte Nationalgalerie (Old National Gallery)

Classicism to romanticism on three floors: Admire the imposing neoclassicist building and marvel at famous works of art and architecture from 19th century Europe with a visit to the Alte Nationalgalerie in Berlin. Caspar David Friedrich, Paul Cézanne and Pierre-Auguste Renoir — these are the famous names you will meet.

Back at the Hotel de Rome enjoy a romantic dinner at the recently opened restaurant “CHIARO” under the gastronomic direction of the well-known TV chef Tim Mälzer. The star chef combines Italian cuisine with typical Japanese umami in a unique way to create an informal culinary experience. For an even more intimate evening, couples can book a romantic Musical Suites dining experience where young talents from the Berlin State Opera can surprise loved ones with a performance while enjoying CHIARO’s exceptional dishes. Located opposite the hotel State Opera Berlin, many of the hotel’s rooms and suites offer direct views of the opera house, including the luxurious Royal Bebel Suite.


Comments (2)

  1. Steve says:

    Never thought of Berlin as romantic. You’ve shown that every city had its romantic spots.

  2. Ben says:

    A whole new take on Berlin as a destination for romance. It’s got Valentine’s Day potential.

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