Live Webcam Paris Square, Berlin

Live webcam shows the Paris Square in Berlin from the Hotel Adlon Kempinski.


Paris Square (German: Pariser Platz) is one of the main city squares in Berlin, located at the western end of Unter den Linden in the central Mitte district. In the western part of the square is the Brandenburg Gate (German Brandenburger Tor), which is the main landmark and symbol of Berlin, and the national symbol of all of Germany.

The square was formed in 1734 during the reign of King Frederick William I of Prussia, and several luxurious baroque palaces were built on it. It has the shape of a quadrilateral, so the first name of the square is “The Quadrilateral”. In 1814 it was renamed Paris Square in honor of the Prussian army’s capture of Paris during the Napoleonic Wars. During World War II, Paris Square was completely destroyed and began to be rebuilt according to a unified architectural plan after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1993.

The live stream webcam installed in the luxurious 5-star Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin and shows the entire Paris Square, the 17th of June Street, the Tiergarten Park in the background. The hotel offers its guests a neoclassical indoor swimming pool, a huge gym, a luxurious spa and a 2 Michelin star restaurant. The hotel’s rooms are decorated in a classic style and feature antique furniture, free Wi-Fi, marble bathrooms with showers, desks and TVs. Many rooms offer breathtaking views of the Paris Square and the Brandenburg Gate. The hotel is close to many of the attractions of Berlin’s Mitte district, as well as many boutiques, restaurants and shopping malls.