Triangular Kollwitzplatz is the epicentre of Prenzlauer Berg poshification. To pick up on the local vibe, linger with macchiato mamas...
This rambling red-brick, neo-Romanesque pile is Berlin’s largest synagogue and one of the few Jewish houses of worship that didn’t go up...
Nicknamed ‘Dicker Hermann’ (Fat Hermann), this 1873 brick water tower was an improvised concentration camp under the Nazis. After the...
Prepare for lift-off with vodka, Moskwa beer and borscht at this retro homage to Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space....
If you love Thai food, your tastebuds will do handsprings at this sophisticated Siam outpost. It’s a bit more expensive than the average...
Kollwitzstrasse · interesting places nearby
Berlin’s poshest farmers market has everything you need to put together a gourmet picnic or meal. Velvety gorgonzolas, juniper-berry smoked ham, crusty sourdough bread and homemade pesto are among the exquisite morsels scooped up by well-heeled locals. The Saturday edition also features handicrafts.