Berlin has risen to become one of the most glamorous capital cities in Europe. A truly international city, a city of the whole world, combining the past with the present to construct the future. This old and new capital has changed radically since the fall of the wall, and its theatres, galleries, architectural highlights and superb museums, including the famous Pergamon on Museum Island, a listed UNESCO Cultural Heritage Site, bring it to the cultural avant-garde of the German Republic. The city has fine churches, wide boulevards and a thriving cultural life. The restaurants, bars and nightlife are legendary.
Below you will find a small example of things to do in this city.
The Reichstag was built in 1884-1894 in the style of the Italian High Renaissance. During the Kaiserreich and the Weimar Republic the Reichstag, was the seat of Parliament. During a fire in 1933 the plenary hall was completely destroyed and during World War II in 1945 the Reichstag was heavily damaged....
This bar is unassuming from outside, and difficult to find. The owners want to keep it out of the spotlight and free from chit-chat and small talk. When walking along the Schiffbauerdamm, the Tausendbar is not easy to find. Great place and well known for their excellent cocktails.
From outside the hotel looks rather plain, but from inside it is absolutely tastefully and stylishly decorated. The Soho has restaurants, bars, fitness center and spa, a cinema and 40 rooms. The building is a monument in the late Bauhaus style and has a wonderful symetrical facade.
The Borchardt restaurant is known for its great location and its superb and very tasty Wiener Schnitzel. The Borchard is famous for the many artist and personalities that frequent it, and sometimes you can be surprised by sitting at the table next to one.
The new Zoo Palast cinema has ambiance of Elegance with style...
The KaDeWe department store is in Berlin with a fine assortment and luxury