1. Absinth Depot Berlin
If you want to meet 'Püppi' the techno-loving go-go dancer' or 'Orangina' the twirling six-legged doll, you need to descend a steep...
Anne Frank Zentrum
This small museum is about a girl that needs no introduction. Who hasn’t read the diary of the German-Jewish girl penned while in hiding...
Dark, cramped and unpretentious, this movie-themed pub is the last alternative refuge in the slick Hackescher Markt area. Candlelight...
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
Van Gogh, Toulouse-Lautrec and Oscar Wilde were among the fin-de-siècle artists who drew inspiration from the ‘green fairy,’ as absinthe is also known. This quaint little shop has over 100 varieties of the potent stuff and an expert owner who’ll happily help you pick out the perfect bottle for your own mind-altering rendezvous.