For a retreat from the urban frenzy, skip on over to this idyllic courtyard complex linking Oranienburger Strasse with Auguststrasse. A...
They sang ‘Born to Die in Berlin’, but the legacy of punk pioneers the Ramones is kept very much alive in the German capital, thanks to...
Museum The Kennedys
US president John F Kennedy has held a special place in German hearts since his defiant ‘Ich bin ein Berliner!’ solidarity speech in...
Mingle in the warm glow of this unpretentious pub with global DNA, serving some 100 beers on tap and in the bottle alongside a line-up...
Treat yourself to a Russian tea ceremony complete with silvery samovar, biscuits and vodka, or tuck into hearty Russian blini (pancakes)...
Oranienburger Strasse 28-30 · interesting places nearby
Neue Synagoge information
The gleaming gold dome of the Neue Synagoge is the most visible symbol of Berlin’s revitalised Jewish community. The 1866 original was Germany's largest synagogue but its modern incarnation is not so much a house of worship (although prayer services do take place), as a museum and place of remembrance called Centrum Judaicum . The dome can be climbed from April to September (adult/concession €3/2.50). An audioguide costs €3.