Berlin's symbolic landmark, which is over 200 years old, is resplendent again with a new lustre a...
The modern glass dome above the venerable old building attracts the crowds. From the highest poin...
In the 1930s, Potsdamer Platz was one of the most bustling places in Europe. It was wiped out dur...
203 m above Alexanderplatz one has the best view of the old centre of the city. Nicknamed the "Tel...
Best view of the city in the old centre. Named after Czar Alexander I since 1805, the square was o...
Largest court complex in Europe, beautifully restored. Hackesche Höfe, built in 1905-07, are famou...
From the Brandenburg Gate to the Palace of the Republic: Berlin's most historic boulevard lined w...
Customers particularly love the legendary delicatessen department at this exclusive department st...
AKA Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. Unveiled in 2005, Berlin's Holocaust Memorial is a se...
The most attractive square in the city with historic architecture - the Schauspielhaus and cathed...
A permanent exhibition on the building of the Berlin Wall and the division of the city. Various s...
Built as a 3.5 km long bridle path from 1883-86, the Kurfürstendamm was the main shopping street ...
The cathedral was built from 1894-1905 under the direction of architect Julius Carl Raschdorf. Al...
The victory column was erected between 1864-73 based on a design by Heinrich Strack, to commemora...
The light tented roof structure as the focal point of the "new" Potsdamer Platz is an impressive ...
The Enlightment ideal of what Museums should be. The museum as a social phenomenon owes its origin...
The world's biggest open-air gallery extends from the Ostbahnhof (East Station) to the Oberbaum B...
The red brick of the building erected between 1861-70 on Alexanderplatz can be seen from far and ...
Built in 1891-95 in memory of Kaiser Wilhelm I, the ruins of this church tower point skywards lik...
Friedrichstraße was given over to entertainment even back in the 1920s. You will find theatres, v...
Built at the edge of the Tiergarten in 1785 by Philipp Boumann for August Ferdinand of Prussia. T...
The Führerbunker (German, literally meaning "shelter for the leader" or "the Führer's shelter") i...
The Nikolai district with its Church of St. Nicholas, southeast of Alexanderplatz, is considered ...
In December 2004, the largest tropical leisure world in Europe opened up in the 107 m high record...
Europe's biggest railway station was designed by the Hamburg architects Gerkan Marg & Partners. G...
The full exotic diversity of nature spread over 42 ha. There is an extravagant wealth of plantlif...
A small square with a quiet flea market, low prices and young, student customers from the surroun...
Biggest flea market in town, but it's more than that. Every sunday masses of people wander throug...
Fancy a beer from South Korea, or maybe you would prefer the great beer you tasted on holiday in ...
Specialist store for original traffic light men from East Germany. The cult figure is also availa...
The expanse of greenery in the extreme west of Berlin is home to a giant outlet store which stock...
Different Demeter ice cream varieties, delicious milkshakes, fruit salad and a playground on the ...
Popular outdoor oasis full of sites, architecture and activities. The largest and most popular inn...
Large Turkish families buy vegetables by the crateload, and the market traders battle to outdo on...
Modern parliament buildings cluster around the Reichstag, framing it with two lines going from we...
The best place to enjoy cocoa or hot chocolate at Gendarme market. It is made here from cooking c...
Designer goods from Armani, Dolce & Gabbana and other labels are sold to shoppers at greatly redu...