The original New Synagogue, finished in 1866 in what was then the predominantly Jewish part of the city, was Germany's largest synagogue...
It's always worth checking out the latest exhibit at C/O, which has put on contemporary photography shows in the Postfuhramt, an elegant...
Museum The Kennedys
Set up like a walk-through family album, this intimate, exhibit trains the spotlight on US president John F Kennedy who has held a...
Bask in the vintage vibe of this low-key booze parlour that’s managed to maintain its funky-skunky ’90s vibe while seeing its neighbours...
In the former gym of a Jewish Girls' School, chef Siegfried Danler gives classic, earthy German dishes a modern, lighter spin by using...
Lonely Planet review
For a retreat from the urban frenzy, skip on over to this idyllic courtyard complex linking Oranienburger Strasse with Auguststrasse. Kick back with cake and cappuccino in one of the cafes or browse around some unique shops like the Bonbonmacherei , an old-fashioned candy kitchen, and Sterling Gold, which specialises in retro ball gowns.