The adjacent Kurfürstliches Palais, a pink rococo confection entered from the south (garden) side, looks out over the lawns, pools and...
Stretching south from Konstantinplatz, the lawns, daffodil beds, statues and fountains of the formal Palace Garden are perfect for a...
One of Germany’s earliest Gothic churches. The cruciform structure is supported by a dozen pillars symbolising the 12 Apostles and,...
A German-style bistro where you can either dine like an ancient Roman or feast on more conventional German and international fare. Roman...
Lonely Planet review
Constructed around AD 310 as Constantine’s throne hall, the brick-built Konstantin Basilika (Aula Palatina) is now a typically austere Protestant church. Its dimensions (67m long and 36m high) are truly mind-blowing considering that it was built by the Romans. A new organ, with 87 registers and 6500 pipes, is being installed and should be ready in 2014.