Berlin has witnessed a proliferation of galleries in the new millennium, including branches of renowned American and British galleries,...
Museum The Kennedys
US president John F Kennedy has held a special place in German hearts since his defiant ‘Ich bin ein Berliner!’ solidarity speech in...
A 1920s former Jewish Girls' School reopened in 2012 as a cultural and culinary centre in a sensitively restored New Objectivity...
Is it art? Is it a cafe? Answer: it’s both. This glass-and-chrome cube in the quiet and pretty courtyard of the KW Institute for...
If you think the stark and basic interior (white walls, wooden tables, white candles) is a bit ho-hum, perhaps the inspired, fresh and...
Tucholskystrasse 48 · interesting places nearby
In the mood for a Hansel and Gretel moment? Then join the other 'lost kids' for satisfying southern German food amid tongue-in-cheek forest decor. Thumbs up for the Spätzle (mac 'n' cheese), Maultaschen (ravioli-like pasta) and giant schnitzel, all best washed down with a crisp Rothaus Tannenzäpfle beer, straight from the Black Forest.