West of Kleistpark, the imposing 1913 Kammergericht was the courthouse that staged the notorious show trials of the Nazi ‘people’s...
Alter St Matthäus-Kirchhof
This pretty cemetery, created in 1856, was a favourite among Berlin’s 19th-century bourgeoisie and is filled with opulent gravestones...
Built in 1909, Berlin’s second-oldest cinema is dedicated to lesbigay fare, with lots of juicy imports and themed seasons....
French restaurant with pretty terrace and food that's more country than haute .
Lonely Planet review
This neighbourhood trattoria has defied the odds and stayed popular even after four decades in business. And it’s as jumping a joint now as it was way back, thanks to consistently excellent wood-fired pizza and heaping portions of homemade pasta and other European delicacies.