One of the most impressive buildings around Berlin and one tainted with plenty of history is the German Reichstag, or the home of their parliamentary system. Whilst currently closed to the public, they do have a roof top restaurant you can book ahead and visit. It’s well worth it whilst the rest of the public are not allowed to go up.
We went for a lazy Sunday afternoon tea, where we indulged in cafe and kuchen.
The menu comes in both English and German versions although the best way to choose the cake is to go and take a look at what you’d like from their extensive selection and then try and remember what it was.
Here’s the entire gang that came along for our wonderful experience.
Felix pondering diligently over the coffee selection.
Nigel, hot chocolate fiend, enjoying the bright and airy atmosphere.
Jo pondering the menu.
And Rachel, aficionado of caek (sic).
Cheesecake was ordered by some.
A coffee cream cake by others.
The dense, Viennese classic, Sache Torte.
And finally a different crumble slice filled with a tart fruit.
Afternoon tea is best followed with a spectacular sunset and what a sight Berlin held for us with an astounding view from the Dome.
Both inwards towards the parliamentary seats.
And outside to the bitterly cold winds.
Only to finish off the day with an astoundingly red sunset.
A view to remember for a while.
And a eerily made elevator that makes it look like an infinity space.