Any time of year is a fine time to feel your daily cares slip away at Liquidrom , a stylishly minimalist day spa that's the perfect mood...
Berlin Story Bunker
This ‘horror cabinet’ is housed within a WWII air-raid shelter, once part of a network of bunkers, including Hitler’s, which extended...
With its mosaics, terracotta reliefs and airy atrium, this Italian Renaissance–style exhibit space named for its architect (Walter...
Watch the city light up from this 17th-floor glass-walled sky lounge above a posh restaurant (mains €18 to €29). With its dim lighting,...
Even without seeing an exhibit, it's well worth stopping by the restaurant of the Martin-Gropius-Bau for delicious dishes inspired by...
Askanischer Platz · interesting places nearby
Anhalter Bahnhof information
Only a forlorn fragment of the entrance portal is left of the Anhalter Bahnhof, once Berlin’s finest and busiest railway station, surrounded by luxury hotels and bustling cafés. Marlene Dietrich departed from here for Hollywood, and the king of Italy and the tsar of Russia were among the official visitors to Berlin arriving at this station. Although badly bombed in WWII, Anhalter Bahnhof remained operational for years but was eventually eclipsed by Ostbahnhof. Not even vociferous protests could halt its demolition in 1960.