Berliner Dom

Am Lustgarten
10178 Berlin

Gendarmenmarkt

Gendarmenmarkt
10117 Berlin

Television tower

Panoramastraße 1A
10178 Berlin

Reichstag

Platz der Republik 1
11011 Berlin

Brandenburg Gate

Pariser Platz
10117 Berlin

Berkis

Winterfeldtstraße 45
10781 Berlin

Maiden Mother & Crone

Potsdamer Straße 93
10785 Berlin

Sissi Restaurant

Motzstraße 34
10777 Berlin

Joseph Roth Diele

Potsdamer Straße 75
10785 Berlin

Sticks’n’Sushi

Potsdamer Straße 85
10785 Berlin

Panama

Potsdamer Straße 91
10785 Berlin

Brasserie Lumières

Potsdamer Straße 102
10785 Berlin

Habibi

Goltzstraße 24
10781 Berlin

W – Der Imbiss

Nollendorfstraße 10
10777 Berlin

Mmaah Korean Fast Food

Nollendorfstraße 31
10777 Berlin

Ayan Filipino Streetfood

Potsdamer Straße 69
10785 Berlin

Oliv Eat

Green Door

Winterfeldtstraße 50
10781 Berlin

Tiger Bar

Potsdamer Straße 91
10785 Berlin

Victoria Bar

Hamburger Bahnhof

Invalidenstraße 50-51
10557 Berlin

Alte Nationalgalerie

Bodestraße 1-3
10178 Berlin

Gemäldegalerie

Matthäikirchplatz
10785 Berlin

Neue Nationalgalerie

Potsdamer Str. 50
10785 Berlin

Museum für Naturkunde

Invalidenstraße 43
10115 Berlin

Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

Cora-Berliner-Straße 1
10117 Berlin

DDR Museum

Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 1
10178 Berlin

Deutsches Technikmuseum

Trebbiner Str. 9
10963 Berlin

Neues Museum

Bodestraße 1-3
10178 Berlin

KaDeWe

Tauentzienstraße 21-24
10789 Berlin

Andreas Murkudis

Potsdamer Straße 81
10785 Berlin

Acne Studios

Potsdamer Straße 87
10785 Berlin
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Our neighbourhood

Ku’Damm, KaDeWe, Tiergarten or Potsdamer Platz

The immediate neighbourhood offers the chance to sightsee, wander around, do some shopping and to enjoy some of the culinary highlights on offer. The adjacent Winterfeldtplatz, lures with a market that offers local produce and street food on Saturdays. The rainbow district, whose eventful history reaches back to the twenties, also starts right behind the Nollendorfplatz.

  • Attractions
    • Berliner Dom

      The Berlin Cathedral on the Lustgarten on Museum Island is an Evangelical church and dynastic burial place in Mitte.

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    • Gendarmenmarkt

      The Gendarmenmarkt is a place in the Mitte district named after the original cuirassier regiment Gens d’armes.

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    • Television tower

      The Berlin TV Tower at Alexanderplatz stands at 368 meters and is the tallest building in Germany and the fourth highest television tower in Europe.

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    • Reichstag

      Home of the German Parliament and one of the most visited attractions in Berlin. The glass dome by Architect Sir Norman Foster is an attraction for Berliners and tourists alike.

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    • Brandenburg Gate

      Restored Berlin landmark from the 18th century with the iconic twelve Doric columns and the Quadriga.

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  • Restaurants
    • Berkis

      Greek restaurant with dishes from Crete in a family atmosphere at Winterfeldtplatz. Approximately 300 Meters to walk.

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    • Maiden Mother & Crone

      Fun fusion cuisine with a mix of Asian, African and American influences.

    • Sissi Restaurant

      Austrian restaurant in rich pink tapestry that serves classics like Kaiserschmarrn and schnitzel. Approximately 350 meters walk.

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    • Joseph Roth Diele

      German restaurant with hearty classics such as lentils with spaetzle (German pasta), goulash or beef roulade with red cabbage.

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    • Sticks’n’Sushi

      The name says it all – after Copenhagen and London, Sticks’n’Sushi is now also located in Tiergarten. and serves a mixture of elaborate sushi and Kushiyaki barbecue skewers,

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    • Panama

      The third consecutive restaurant after the Katz Orange and the Deli Candy on Bone, with a cuisine between exotic and local.

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    • Brasserie Lumières

      The traditional French Brasserie on Potsdamer Straße serves French classics as well as breakfast.

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  • Fast Food
    • Habibi

      Small Lebanese restaurant offering falafel, shawarma and makali.

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    • W – Der Imbiss

      Healthy fast food joint with bamboo and tiki decorations. Serves Indian-Mexican-Italian fusion cuisine, also vegan. Approximately 250 Meters walk.

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    • Mmaah Korean Fast Food

      Korean BBQ and selected vegetarian dishes in street food format. Right around the corner.

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    • Ayan Filipino Streetfood

      Small Filipino restaurant with traditional cuisine and street food.

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  • Cafés
    • Oliv Eat

      Modern café and restaurant offering breakfast, cakes and small dishes.

  • Bars
    • Green Door

      Retro style cocktail lounge with a large selection of drinks. This is a smoking establishment.

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    • Tiger Bar

      The Panama Restaurant’s bar in a courtyard coach house with a metropolitan atmosphere and an artisanal drinks.

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    • Victoria Bar

      A dinosaur on Potsdamer Straße, which is constantly in top tear of Berlin’s bars.

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  • Museums & Galleries
    • Hamburger Bahnhof

      Hamburger Bahnhof, the Museum of Contemporary Art, displays modern and contemporary art from the second half of the 20th century.

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    • Alte Nationalgalerie

      The Old National Gallery is a Berlin Art Museum with exhibited works from the eras of classicism, romanticism, Biedermeier, impressionism and the beginning of modernity.

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    • Gemäldegalerie

      The Portrait Gallery am Kulturforum Berlin houses European paintings from the 13th to the 18th century from Prussian cultural heritage collection.

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    • Neue Nationalgalerie

      The pavillion by Mies van der Rohe houses European paintings and sculptures of the 20th century, from classical modernism to the art of the 60s. Unfortunatly closed for renovation until 2021.

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    • Museum für Naturkunde

      Largest natural history museum in Germany with more than 30 million objects. Originally part of Berlin’s Humboldt University.

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    • Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

      The Holocaust Memorial in the historic center of Berlin commemorates the approximately 6 million Jews who were murdered under the National Socialism.

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    • DDR Museum

      Permanent exhibition about the life and everyday culture in the GDR. It was one of the most vid museums and memorials in Berlin in 2015 with 584,000 visitors.

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    • Deutsches Technikmuseum

      The German Museum of Technology presents the cultural history of transport, communication, production and energy technologies.

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    • Neues Museum

      The Neues Museum shows the development of prehistoric and early civilizations in an unprecedented breadth and depth.

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  • Shopping
    • KaDeWe

      The Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe) is a well-known Berlin department store with an upscale assortment and luxury goods.

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    • Andreas Murkudis

      Avant-garde fashion store with luxury items for him and her, at home in the former printing hall of the Berlin Tagesspiegel.

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    • Acne Studios

      The renowned Swedish fashion label is now also based in Berlin-Tiergarten.

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