Spaniard led 2009 – in January and February of this year forward the Berlin TV Tower exerts a special fascination Italians mainly on foreign visitors to the city. About 60 percent of the visitors of the Tower come from abroad, only 40 per cent from Germany including Berlin. This emerges from visitor surveys, which are carried out every month. Then the trend identified in 2009 continues in 2010. The list of foreign visitors was led last year by Spaniards (8.1 percent) and Italians (7.6 percent).
The Danes occupied third place with 6.7 percent, followed by visitors from the Benelux countries (6.3 per cent). 5.2 percent, which thus ranked the top six ranked came from Poland. Overall, Europeans with 50 percent were the bulk of foreign visitors. From Israel, 1.1 percent, from China and Japan were 1.0 percent each, as well as North America, 0.9 percent. Last year’s result is supported by the interviews in the first months. However, the Italians broke (11.5 and) 9.7 percent) the Spanish (10.4 and 7.8 per cent) in the first two months as leader down. The visitors from the Benelux countries succeeded in February with 8.9 per cent even in second place. The Berlin TV Tower is the tallest publicly accessible building in Europe.
Every year he counts up to 1.2 million visitors, up to 86 countries around the world.