Berlin's Tiergarten district, officially part of the Mitte borough. Located mere minutes away off the famed Kurfürstendamm, as well as major sights like the Brandenburg Gate, the Government District and Charlottenburg Palace, the adrema Hotel features a stunning location right on the Spree's north bank and right in the middle of life. Owing to its central location, it forms the perfect base for a multitude of activities.
Located in a now defunct railway station, the "Museum der Gegenwart" displays works of Warhol, Rauschenberg, Lichtenstein, Beuys, several exponents of the italian Transavanguardia and Minimal Art movements.
Invalidenstr. 50, 10557 Berlin, Tel.: 397834-0
Tue-Fri 10-18 h, Sat/Sun 11-18 h
"Lebendig machen, was zerstört wurde" - or "revive that, which was demolished" - is the monniker at the largest Jewish Museum in Europe, providing an insight into all facets of Jewish life in Germany.
Das Jüdische Museum
Lindenstr. 9-14, 10969 Berlin, Tel.: 308785-681
Mo 10-22 Uhr, Di-So 10-20 Uhrwww.jmberlin.de
Welcome to the Europe's largest and most mordern Cabaret Palace! Expect a true whirlwind of stunning choreography, spectacular circus arts and a unique stagecraft!
Friedrichstr. 107, 10117 Berlin, Tel.: 23262326www.friedrichstadtpalast.de
In the sixties, after years of debate, did the authorities finally decide to restore this historic, war-torn structure, yet in a humbler form (without its characteristic dome). The restoration of the complete structure took until the early seventies to be completed. Yet it took until reunification before the structure was inaugurated as the seat of parliament.
Platz der Republik 1, 11011 Berlinwww.bundestag.de
Completed in January 2011, the Sony Center is one of the city's most prominent signs of development after reunification. Constructed out of steal and glass, the center offers a futuristic look in the city's ambition.
Potsdamer Platz, Berlinwww.sonycenter.de
Berlin's most prominent hallmark and the symbol of reunification. The 'Brandenburger Tor' was completely restored in recent years and shines with newfound brilliance.
Pariser Platz, BerlinTopographie des Terrors
This open air exposition documents the history of the "Prinz-Albrecht-Geländes", during the Nazi regime the location of both the Gestapo and the SS. A bone-chilling story of destruction and demolishment.
Topographie des Terrors
Niederkirchner Str. 8, 10963 Berlin, Tel.: 254 509-0
May-September: daily 10-20 h; October-April: daily 10-18 hwww.topographie.de
Komische Oper Berlin
The Komische Oper is one of Berlin's many opera houses, yet this is a unique one. Here, a young ensemble of artists offers a groundbreaking musical theatre in the German language.