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Kids @ Vienna House

Hotels are soooo boring! Elevator up, elevator down. A room, a bed, a suitcase. Ha! Not at Vienna House! Here they’ve thought of everything so that parents and children feel right at home and the kids have enough fun during their stay.

Kids places2be @ Berlin

Joh's an expert in finding new and exciting places where kids can have fun. There's so much to discover around Berlin. Here are Joh's favourite places:

  • Tierpark Berlin

    The Tierpark Berlin zoo offers its visitors unique moments every day – and not just for the little ones. In the petting zoo, with the rabbits in Bilbo’s bunny hut, at the playground, on a tour through the zoo with the Tierpark train or during one of the many animal feedings, there’s so much to discover here.

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  • Tommy's Tobewelt

    Tommy’s Tobewelt leaves nothing to be desired, Fun attractions include a bouncy castle, roller slide, pedal karts and a wobbly hill. In the summer, there also is aquatic fun in the garden with water slides and paddle boats. The little ones will enjoy the sandbox and swings. For an even greater experience, come for breakfast, celebrate a birthday or book Tommy’s Tobewelt for the night.

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  • A tropical island getaway

    A quick getaway to a tropical island? That means swimming, bathing and diving in a south sea paradise or blue lagoon. At Tropical Islands, numerous attractions await including the largest indoor rain forest and Germany’s tallest waterslide tower. For kids, there’s a special children’s club every day from 9.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m. with fun and games like a giant climbing area, bumper boats, mini cars, power paddlers, air hockey and lots more. Tropical Islands is open all year round.

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  • Kids in parliament

    A fun way to learn about the German parliament and its members is with the Kuppelkucker (“dome watchers”). When visiting the glass dome on top of the Reichstag building, kids can take an audio tour hosted by the characters of the popular children’s television show “Bernd das Brot”. With their colourful stories and anecdotes, Bernd and his friends will introduce your kids to the parliament, the Reichstag building and the nearby sights and attractions.

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