After the fall of the Wall in 1989, Potsdamer Platz turned from a deserted wasteland into Europe's biggest building site as ... More
After the fall of the Wall in 1989, Potsdamer Platz turned from a deserted wasteland into Europe's biggest building site as urban planners worked to create an ultra-modern city center in the middle of a reunited Berlin. The only remnants of old Potsdamer Platz are the historic Haus Huth and the majestic Hotel Esplanade ballroom, which has been cleverly incorporated into the Sony Center. Approximately half of the area contains offices; the rest is divided between entertainment complexes like the IMAX and a fantastic shopping mall.
Potsdamer Platz is apparently the biggest construction site in Europe. One of the smallest building sites has now been opened
on the lawn in front of the Schinkel Museum near Berliner Dom . A red brick tower, part of ...
Hotel Amelie Messe ICC is your accommodation in the heart of West Berlin, close to the Fair Center (Messe) and
the International Congress Center (ICC). Our excellent rates and location provide you with the luxury of an affordable, central ...
In the days when Berlin was a divided city, Europa Center was West Berlin's touristic highlight, fulfilling every wish a
visitor could dream of. After a visit to the Tourist Infomation Centre on Budapester Straße, visitors could take the ...