Located in the charming Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf neighborhood, this impressive building plays hosts to international ... More
Located in the charming Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf neighborhood, this impressive building plays hosts to international artists and performers in a variety of genres. It is ideal for both large and small performances. One night you can find Spanish opera and the next enjoy the musical prowess of a local a capella group. Take some time before the performance to visit the exhibits in the main hall, or dine in one of the many nearby cafes.
A long, narrow ribbon of green between the built up districts of Schöneberg and Wilmersdorf, Volkspark Schöneberg is a haven
for sun lovers in the summer, and for sledgers and ice skaters who flock to the frozen up ponds ...
Schloss Charlottenburg's landscape gardens are a true feast for the eye. Now a popular destination for a relaxing Sunday afternoon
stroll, the royal gardens were first designed in the 17th century and gradually added to over the ensuing years. ...
Sixty years after World War II, the city of Berlin unveiled its monument to the Jewish victims of the crimes
of the Third Reich. An international symbol of German atrocities, this controversial Holocaust memorial, located next to the Brandenburger ...