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Sights

Unter den Linden

Unter den Linden

The city's most famous avenue leads from the Museum Island to the Brandenburg Gate. Today the street is lined with flagship stores and luxury car showrooms, government buildings, museums and hotels. In springtime one can smell the... More Read More

Teufelsberg

Teufelsberg

This Cold War spy station relic, standing tall on Devil's Mountain, has been abandoned for over ten years. Grab an inquisitive pal and discover where American soldiers interrogated political prisoners during the Cold War, witness the... More Read More

Soviet Memorial in Treptower Park

Soviet Memorial in Treptower Park

Situated in a large verdant park in an eastern neighbourhood, this impressive monument honours the tens of thousands of Soviet soldiers who died in Berlin during the apocalyptic battle to defeat Hitler. The site itself is said to be a... More Read More

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Food & Drink

TV Tower Restaurant

TV Tower Restaurant

One floor above the viewing platform is the TV Tower's own rotating restaurant. Reserve online or by phone to book a table for an intimate meal for two or to hire out the restaurant for a special celebration. This is the highest... More Read More

Sale e Tabacchi

Sale e Tabacchi

The mother of all Italian restaurants in Berlin, Sale e Tabacchi is a cavernous sort of place with crisp, white tablecloths and alert waiters. Since it's situated in the heart of the newspaper district, it's no surprise that the... More Read More

Lorenz Adlon

Lorenz Adlon

A Michelin star restaurant, Lorenz Adlon boasts incredible food and spectacular views making it an ideal setting for a romantic date. A few tables overlook the Brandenburg Gate so if you're after one of these be sure to request it upon... More Read More

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Kids

Tiergarten

Tiergarten

Street signs are scarce in the 210 hectares of parkland that form Berlin's Tiergarten, but getting lost only leads to finding a new hidden treasure. Popular among locals and tourists, for summer days spent under the shade of the weeping... More Read More

Tempelhof Airport

Tempelhof Airport

Calling all roller-bladers, Templehof Airport provides Berliners with more than a kilometre of abandoned runway to skate, cycle or job along. In summer months locals picnic on the grass and have fun on the track, making the most of this... More Read More

Sealife

Sealife

An excellent fallback for entertaining the kids on a rainy day, here there are dozens of tanks featuring the aquatic life of various ecosystems around the globe. The tour ends with a spectacular ride in a glass elevator through the... More Read More

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Shops

Vopo Records

Vopo Records

Whether it's an original metal LP or a hip-hop classic CD, you're likely to find it after a rummage around at Vopo Records. Their “try before you buy” policy means you won't make a purchase you'll instantly regret when you get it... More Read More

Türkischer Markt

Türkischer Markt

A real treat for hummus lovers, the Turkish Market comes to Kreuzburg every Tuesday and Friday. Homemade dips, huge loaves of bread, giant olives and a whole host of other Turkish treats await you at this ever-popular market strip. A... More Read More

Memory Berlin

Memory Berlin

A charming little shop flogging hand-selected vintage bits and bobs from the 1920s to the 1980s, from East and West Germany. Here you'll find everything from dresses to handbags and hats to coat hangars. More Read More

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Day Trips

Sachsenhausen Memorial and Mueseum

Sachsenhausen Memorial and Mueseum

This concentration camp turned museum and memorial was used by the Nazis until the end of World War Two. From 1945-1950 it was transformed into a concentration camp in which the Soviets imprisoned the Nazis. During this five-year period... More Read More

Potsdam

Potsdam

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Potsdam is home to twelve astonishingly beautiful palaces all of which were commissioned by various Prussian kings. A variety of different architects designed them so each one is completely unique from its... More Read More

Leipzig

Leipzig

An hour and half's train ride from Berlin will bring you to the heart of dynamic Leipzig. An absolute must-see is the Church of St. Nicholas. Classical in style, it has become something of an icon for united Germany since its... More Read More

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Nightlife

Oststrand

Oststrand

Berliners are mad for beach bars and the Oststrand is one of the best. Perfectly located mid-way along the East Side Gallery, stop-off for a chilled fruit beer or an ice-filled cocktail and sit back in a deck chair watching the boats go... More Read More

Geist im Glas

Geist im Glas

The name means “spirit in the bottle” and refers to some of the eccentric alcohol infusions they create, such as garlic-flavoured vodka. The former hair salon in Neukölln offers an excellent list of cocktails and attracts a young,... More Read More

Gainsbourg

Gainsbourg

A small club-bar nestled in a railway arch near Charlottenburg's Savignyplatz dedicated to the legendary French crooner Serge Gainsbourg. Not surprisingly, this watering hole attracts a somewhat older Bohemian cocktail-sipping set. More Read More

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Art & Entertainment

Topography of Terror

Topography of Terror

A hugely informative exhibition on the crimes of National Socialism is displayed across what once was the site of Hitler's SS and the Gestapo's Headquarters. Named the ‘Topography of Terror' it depicts the terrifying events and way of... More Read More

Schwarzlicht Minigolf

Schwarzlicht Minigolf

It's a bizarre concept, but people love it: glow-in-the-dark mini-golf in a psychedelic environment. Play all 18 holes in indoor spaces inspired by cyberpunk, sci-fi book covers, lunar and underwater scenes. You'll need to walk through... More Read More

Pergamonmuseum

Pergamonmuseum

This vast three-winged building is home to three museums: the Collection of Classical Antiquities, the Museum of the Ancient Near East and the Museum of Islamic Art. The sheer size and number of exhibits means that for true lovers of... More Read More

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