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  • 1 Kurfürstendamm Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Kurfürstendamm D - 10719 Berlin

    This elegant 54-m wide avenue was the heart of Berlin nightlife in the 1920s with its cafés, theatres, cabarets, smart tea-rooms and large cinemas. Known to locals as the "Ku'damm", the avenue is the cosmopolitan centre of modern Berlin, ev..

  • 2 Museum of Contemporary Art Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Invalidenstr. 50-51 D - 10557 Berlin

    Closed down in 1884, the Hamburg station was endowed with a metal roof to house the Transport and Building Museum. Today, it houses the Museum of Modern Art. The heart of the collection comes for the most part from funds left by Erich Marx. In the gr..

  • 3 Oranienstraße Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Oranienburgerstraße D - 10117 Berlin

    This fashionable street in the alternative Kreuzberg district in the heart of old Berlin is dotted with cafés, clothes' shops, second-hand goods' stores and Turkish bazaars. Note the two beautiful inner courtyards and their façades at n°s 25 and 183.

  • 4 Prenzlauer Berg Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Prenzlauer Allee D - 10405 Berlin

    A refuge for artists during the post-war period, then a bastion of alternative culture and political activism after the Wall came down, this district has gradually been restored and is now popular with middle-class bohemians. The peaceful streets, li..

  • 5 Bode-Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Monbijou Brücke D - 10117 Berlin

    Built in 1904, this museum occupies a magnificent building designed by Ernst Eberhardt von Uhne. The main body of the building consists of columns and pilasters crowned with a balustrade adorned with figures and a copper dome. Reopened in 2006, the r..

  • 6 Grunewald Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Weg Kronprinzessinnenweg 120 D - 14129 Berlin

    In the 16C this 3,100-ha forest planted with different species was a hunting reserve for the elector princes. To the east, the forest is bordered by a string of small lakes dotted here and there with residential districts. On the edge of the Grunewal..

  • 7 Kreuzberg Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Mariannenplatz D - 10997 Berlin

    In marked contrast to the heterogeneous, working-class eastern district, western Kreuzberg has an almost bourgeois feel with its magnificent restored buildings, making it perfect for a relaxing stroll. To the north lies what was the government and me..

  • 8 Onkel-Toms-Hutte Housing Estate Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Onkel-Tom-Str. D - 14169 Berlin

    Designed to house 15,000 people, this housing estate built by Martin Wagner between 1926 and 1932 is one of the best examples of a garden city in Berlin. Laid out around an underground railway station (U-Bahn) with a shopping centre and cinema, the h..

  • 9 Tiergarten Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Straße des 17. Juni D - 10557 Berlin

    This large park near the Kulturforum and Potsdamer Platz was laid out in 1650 by Elector Frederick III and later redesigned by Frederick the Great. Its trees were used as firewood during the two harsh winters following the Second World War. Trees wer..

  • 10 Castle on Peacock Island Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Pfaueninsel D - 14109 Berlin

    This castle (1794-97) was built to resemble a ruin in the style which was fashionable at the beginning of the Romantic period. The drawing rooms with their parquet floors and wood panelling house mementoes of Queen Louise who used to enjoy staying on..

  • 11 Brandenburg Gate Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Pariser Platz D - 10117 Berlin

    This triumphal gate is now the emblem of Berlin but for nearly three decades it was a symbol of the divided city: the monument used to be an integral part of the Berlin Wall, which ran north-south towards Potsdamer Platz. Built by Carl Gotthard Langh..

  • 12 Unter den linden Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Unter den Linden D - 10117 Berlin

    Welcome to Berlin's equivalent of the Champs-Elysées! Unter den Linden ("Under the Lime trees") is the most famous avenue in the city, laid out by the Great Elector Frederick William in 1647. Its fine palaces were carefully restored by the ..

  • 13 Gendarmenmarkt Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Gendarmenmarkt D - 10117 Berlin

    Gendarmenmarkt square has an attractive Italian feel, with the domes of the French church and the German cathedral facing each other across the square. The magnificent neo-Classical theatre built by Schinkel stands in the centre of the esplanade. The..

  • 14 Zeughaus Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Unter den Linden 2 D - 10117 Berlin

    This Baroque edifice, without doubt the most beautiful in Berlin, was built between 1688 and 1730 by the great architects Jean de Bodt, Martin Grünberg and Johann Arnold Nering. In the inner courtyard, note the 22 mascarons of dying warriors sculpted..

  • 15 Alte Nationalgalerie Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Bodestr. 1-3 D - 10178 Berlin

    This museum designed by Friedrich August Stüler exhibits 19C art. The visit starts on the upper floor, with a display of works by Goethe's contemporaries, such as Caspar David Friedrich, Blechen and Schinkel. The middle floor is dedicated to the Fren..

  • 16 Altes Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Bodestr. 1-3 D - 10178 Berlin

    The Old Museum, built by Schinkel from 1824 to 1830, was the first public museum in Berlin. The 87m-long colonnade of the main façade, supported by 18 Ionic columns, is a masterpiece of neo-Classical art. The museum houses collections of archaeologic..

  • 17 Museum of Decorative Arts (Schloss Köpenick) Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Château de Köpenick (île du Château) D - 12555 Berlin

    Built between 1677 and 1681 for the future Frederick I, the restored Köpenick Palace now exhibits furniture from several different palaces. Note the Renaissance-style marquetry room from Haldenstein Palace; the Baroque mirror cabinet from Wiesentheid..

  • 18 Neue Nationalgalerie Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Potsdamer-Str. 50 D - 10785 Berlin

    This building made of glass and steel (1968) by Mies Van der Rohe houses paintings and sculptures from the early 20C to the 1960s. The collection includes precursors of the German Expressionist movement, with works by the Brücke school. Cubism is als..

  • 19 Charlottenburg Palace Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Spandauer-Damm 20-24 D - 14059 Berlin

    Schloss Charlottenburg, the summer residence of the Hohenzollern, is one of the most beautiful buildings in Berlin, with Baroque and Rococo apartments surrounded by magnificent gardens. In the Altes Schloss, don't miss the Porcelain Room, the chapel,..

  • 20 Charlottenburg Gardens Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Luisenplatz D - 14059 Berlin

    Queen Sophie-Charlotte had visited the gardens of Le Nôtre during a visit to France and was much impressed by his work. For this reason, Le Nôtre's pupil, Siméon Godeau, was asked to design the Schlossgarten Charlottenburg in 1697. He created a typic..

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