The 103m-high Europa-Center shopping mall was Berlin’s first 'skyscraper' at its 1965 opening, the giant Mercedes star spinning on its...
Berlin Zoo Elephant Gate Entrance
Two life-size elephant sculptures flanking a pagoda roof made of red wood, golden ornaments and green glazed tiles offer an exotic...
Everyone from foot-sore tourists to buskers and skateboarding teens gathers around the quirky Weltbrunnen, a 1983 creation of local...
This legendary men-only party den, with two dance floors, a huge cruising area and a three-floor cinema, was a techno pioneer way back...
Witty's Bioland Imbiss
This 'doggeria' opposite the KaDeWe department store has been serving organic sausages since 2003. However, adding a serving of their...
Tauentzienstrasse 21-24 · interesting places nearby
Every day some 180,000 shoppers invade continental Europe's largest department store. Going strong since 1907, it boasts an assortment so vast that a pirate-style campaign is the best way to plunder its bounty. If pushed for time, at least hurry up to the legendary 6th-floor gourmet food hall. The name, by the way, stands for Kaufhaus des Westens (department store of the West).
An upcoming renovation by Rem Koolhaas will see a glass rooftop extension and new sculptural staircases.