One of Karl Friedrich Schinkel’s finest buildings, the Konzerthaus (1821) rose from the ashes of Carl Gotthard Langhans’ Schauspielhaus...
The Gendarmenmarkt area is Berlin at its ritziest, dappled with luxury hotels, fancy restaurants and bars. The graceful square is...
Even if you’re not part of the Gucci and Prada brigade, the architectural wow factor of this trio of shopping complexes (called...
This Hilton-based party boîte lures up to 1200 cashed-up, dressed-up weekend warriors to a basement space decorated with art by Olivia...
Augustiner am Gendarmenmarkt
Tourists, concert-goers and hearty-food lovers rub shoulders at rustic tables in this authentic Bavarian beer hall. Soak up the...
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Deutscher Dom information
The Deutscher Dom (German Cathedral) wasn’t much of a looker until being topped by Gontard’s dazzling galleried dome in 1785. Built as the Neue Kirche (New Church) between 1702 and 1708 for German-speaking congregants, it is now home to an exhibit charting Germany's path to parliamentary democracy. English audioguides and tours are available.