This Gothic brick gem has welcomed worshippers since the 13th century, making it one of Berlin’s oldest surviving churches. A faded...
Sharks dart, moray eels lurk and spider crabs scuttle in this rambling aquarium; other crowd favourites include smile-inducing...
The hulking Rotes Rathaus (Red Town Hall) is the office of Berlin's senate and governing mayor. The structure blends Italian Renaissance...
At this hole in the wall tucked into a hidden corner in the Nikolaiviertel, all morsels are carefully assembled and feature thick cuts...
Rathausplatz · interesting places nearby
This elaborate fountain was designed by Reinhold Begas in 1891 and depicts Neptune holding court over a quartet of buxom beauties symbolising the rivers Rhine, Elbe, Oder and Vistula. Kids get a kick out of the water-squirting turtle, seal, crocodile and snake.