Nicknamed ‘Dicker Hermann’ (Fat Hermann), this 1873 brick water tower was an improvised concentration camp under the Nazis. After the...
Prenzlauer Berg Museum
This little museum presents changing exhibits about various chapters in local history. On the 1st floor of the opposite building is a...
Triangular Kollwitzplatz is the epicentre of Prenzlauer Berg poshification. To pick up on the local vibe, linger with macchiato mamas...
Prepare for lift-off with vodka, Moskwa beer and borscht at this retro homage to Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space....
Russian writer Boris Pasternak (of Doctor Zhivago fame) would likely approve of this antique-filled and chandeliered restaurant. The...
Synagoge Rykestrasse information
Lonely Planet review
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 in flames during the 1938 Kristallnacht pogroms. Now fully restored, it hosts services, cultural events and tours.