The ups and downs of one of Berlin’s most colourful districts are chronicled in this converted red-brick factory. The permanent exhibit...
Museum der Dinge
With its extensive assemblage of everyday items and objects, the Museum of Things ostensibly traces German design history from the early...
For a swish night out, point the compass to this '50s-style cocktail cave complete with glass ceiling, chandeliers and shiny black...
This warm and woodsy hole-in-the-wall is tailor-made for restoring balance to the brain with terrific felafel or shawarma sandwiches...
Lonely Planet review
Tarted up nicely with vintage furniture, baroque wallpaper and whimsical wall art by Berlin-based street artist Chin Chin, Luzia draws its crowd from eastern Kreuzberg's more sophisticated urban dwellers. Some punters have derided it as Mitte-goes-Kreuzberg, but it’s still a comfy spot with lighting that gives even pasty-faced hipsters a glow. Smoker's lounge.