This Gothic brick gem has welcomed worshippers since the 13th century, making it one of Berlin’s oldest surviving churches. A faded...
Block der Frauen
A pale-pink sandstone sculpture on Rosenstrasse called Block der Frauen (Block of Women) by Jewish-German artist Inge Hunzinger...
This elaborate fountain was designed by Reinhold Begas in 1891 and depicts Neptune holding court over a quartet of buxom beauties...
In the rambling former Hungarian Culture Center, this multi-tasking venue strives to put the finger on the pulse of current creative...
The Spanish tapas tradition translates well to the easygoing Berlin lifestyle but oddly there aren’t many good bars around. Atame is the...
Lonely Planet review
This bar-gallery-concert-party venue in the former Hungarian culture centre also has a well-regarded restaurant which lures adventurous eaters with exciting flavour pairings. Meat and fish sharing a plate (think pork belly with scallops or shrimp-stuffed quail) are no rarity and usually harmonise beautifully. Soak up the charmingly socialist retro ambience while glimpsing the TV Tower through the picture windows.