The stylish innards of this spot-to-seal-a-deal were literally transplanted from sunny Venice to the heart of Berlin. Since then it has been the prime ... More
The stylish innards of this spot-to-seal-a-deal were literally transplanted from sunny Venice to the heart of Berlin. Since then it has been the prime sport to sample the flavors of Germany and is ideal for a dapper night out with the gang or a serious meeting with the boss. This restaurant only uses fresh and natural ingredients, mostly from organic produce. An extensive wine list is available if you choose to challenge your taste buds.
This store provides a pleasant and quaint atmosphere for browsing or buying antiques. In Udo Oberacker's shop you'll get all
kinds of antique office furniture from the early decades of the twentieth century, when "furniture" was still called "meubles". ...
19th century architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel provided Berlin with many of its greatest buildings, including the magnificent Konzerthaus and the
equally striking Altes Museum. The museum, which opened in 1830, was the first to be built on Museum Island. ...
Formerly the royal library, this elegant baroque building on Bebelplatz is affectionately known by Berliners as the 'commode', in reference
to the building's similarity to an antique chest of drawers. Less cruel is the comparison with classic Viennese architecture: ...