Whoever built this late-medieval Gothic House must not have been hurting for money, for it’s made of stone not wood, as was customary in...
The 16th-century Spandau Citadel, on a little island in the Havel River, is one of the most important and best-preserved Renaissance...
About 9km south of Altstadt Spandau, the Luftwaffenmuseum (German Air Force Museum) occupies the grounds of the former military air...
If you’re in the market for German comfort food, make a beeline to this friendly and unpretentious restaurant in historic Spandau. The...
Lonely Planet review
Separated from the Altstadt by the busy Strasse am Juliusturm, the Kolk quarter exudes medieval village flair with its romantic narrow lanes, crooked, half-timbered houses and 78m-long section of town wall . A must-see jewel is the church of St Marien am Behnitz (Behnitz 9). A top-to-bottom makeover of the 1848 church saw the return of the hand-painted murals, decorative stucco and stained-glass windows that had been destroyed during a botched 1960s restoration job. Try catching a concert here – the acoustics are tremendous.