The 103m-high Europa-Center was Berlin’s first 'skyscraper' at its 1965 opening, with the giant Mercedes star spinning on its rooftop a...
Berlin Zoo Elephant Gate Entrance
The zoo’s architecture also deserves a special mention; a highlight is the exotic Elephant Gate.
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 Berlin's largest darkroom was a techno pioneer way back in the '80s and still hasn't lost its...
Reservations are coveted for the Sunday jazz brunch in the very place where Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald once performed, but...
Tauentzienstrasse 21-24 · interesting places nearby
Just past the centennial mark, this venerable department store has 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).