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Gemaldegalerie, Berlin

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#8 of 197 in Museums in Berlin
Art Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
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Spend time with the world's leading collections of European paintings--and the largest collection of Rembrandt pieces--at Gemaldegalerie. This museum in the heart of Berlin features more than 3,000 European artworks from the 13th through 18th centuries. You can wander chronologically through the exhibits, admiring the works of renowned artists such as Botticelli, Dürer, and Titan. Because of the museum's sheer size, the onsite bistro makes for a nice stop between galleries. To visit Gemaldegalerie and get the most from your holiday in Berlin, create itinerary details personal to you using our Berlin trip itinerary planning website.
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  • Amazing place for every art lover. The collection of works of art is exceptional. This paintings gallery gives a very good overview of European renaissance painting. We ware astonished how many nice.....  more
    Amazing place for every art lover. The collection of works of art is exceptional. This paintings gallery gives a very good overview of European renaissance painting. We ware astonished how many nice.....  more »
  • Great experience during our last visit in Berlin - Renaissance european and German in its excellency - as it was due to COVID-Regulations nearly empty we had a great time to enjoy the masterpieces... 
    Great experience during our last visit in Berlin - Renaissance european and German in its excellency - as it was due to COVID-Regulations nearly empty we had a great time to enjoy the masterpieces...  more »
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  • A beautiful collection, we had an enchanting time while visiting. But we give such a low score because the services offered are not up to the expectations: we waited after our visit for 40 minutes at the cafeteria, where only one person was working, and when we finally were able to order our lunch, nothing that was on the menu was available. The waitress was rude, touched our Covid masks, and was terribly slow - chatting with customers is not an option if you have an hour queue behind.
  • What a lovely museum! Excellent audio guide and a very interesting exhibition. Also a great gift shop. The Caravaggio was a delight to see.

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