For a retreat from the urban frenzy, skip on over to this idyllic courtyard complex linking Oranienburger Strasse with Auguststrasse....
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...
No first aid required: the Ambulance Bar is a healthily hip modern lounge that’s refreshingly untacky, despite being stuck in tourist...
Sip steaming tea poured from silvery samovars while reclining amid plump pillows, hand-carved sandalwood pillars and heroic murals in...
Oranienburger Strasse 28-30 · interesting places nearby
Neue Synagoge information
The original New Synagogue, finished in 1866 in what was then the predominantly Jewish part of the city, was Germany's largest synagogue at that time. It was destroyed in World War II and rebuilt after the Berlin Wall fell. Now this space doubles as a museum and cultural centre documenting local Jewish life.