1999 added to UNESCO World heritage side this little island in the river "Spree" has some of the treasures of the world to show in several museums. Location is central and very beautiful
There's more to this café than the sounds of soft jazz and the solemn, bearded gentlemen whisking lattes behind the counter. Head downstairs for a basement art gallery showcasing local Berlin talent.
Mauerpark is the coolest Park in Berlin. In the heart of Prenzlauer Berg the northeastern part of the city. Every Sunday karaoke is taking place here with thousands of people and there's a market
The Wish Tree
A conceptual art piece by Yoko Ono! Climb through the tree's centre to take a glance at hundreds of wishes in a myriad of languages, and while you're at it, write a wish down and plant one yourself!
Budding interior designer? Get down to the Stoffmarkt on a Saturday for Neukölln's finest open textile market. For everyone else, there's a dangerously cheap selection of wine at the end. Santé.
Theatre for the people! I went to the Berlin short film festival here a few weeks ago, and was completely blown away. There's exhibitions and plays on here constantly, and some of them are free!
Beautiful contemporary art collection inside a 1942 bunker. Also worth a visit for the architecture of the place, which was used as a techno club in the 90's. You have to book a guided tour in advance
Now here's something you don't see every day... A robotic arm transcribing the Torah scriptures? It takes 3 months to complete, the same amount of time as if a person were to do it. Mind-blowing.
Contemporary Food Lab
Everything about this multi-faceted community organization is impressive. Fabulous food, inspiring events, intriguing exhibits and creative courses, this Mitte hub is important far beyond Berlin
Following the Berlin's dance scene, this former BVG workshop was turned into artistic center in Wedding back in 2010. The UferStudios is a place to find new choreographers, dancers and other artists.
Blu Street Art
If I'm not mistaken, this is a piece by the Bologna-born artist Blu! You can find mouth watering street art all over Berlin but this surreal, towering painting will leave you truly speechless.
Potsdamer Straße 50
Neue Nationalgalerie designed by the famous architect Mies V. Der Rohe is a remarkable pavillion where you may find some of the most important art collections from the 20th century.
Topographie des Terrors
This exhibition details the Nazi rise to power and the logistics of their war machine. As you can imagine, it's very difficult to put into words, but it is something that everyone should see.
Deutsche Historische Museum
Unter den Linden 2
You need to go with plenty of time because is very large, but is worth the visit.
Amazing interactive museum! Don't miss it if you love science, dinosaurs, and all kind of animals and plants! I would never get tired of it!
Captivating and harrowing in equal measure; Menashe Kadishman's contribution to the Berlin Jewish Museum pays homage to the murdered Jews of Europe through 10,000 iron plates cast across the floor.
Galerie Guido W. Baudach
Potsdamer Straße 86
'Closer' is the first solo exhibition by Yves Scherer at GWB which takes it's title from the British celebrity mag of the same name. An exploration of private versus public in 2014, well worth a visit
These are more than just concrete stones, they represent the lives of the Jews that were taken during the Holocaust. Also located down the street from the Brandenburg gate
East Side Gallery
Marvel at the iconic remains of the Berlin Wall, where artists from all over the world have painted the most amazing/controversial pieces. It's beautiful & should be on everyone's Berlin 'To-Do' list
Am Lustgarten 1
If you're into the Greek and Roman history, this is a great place for you. Is really huge and beautiful, it really worths the visit. The audio guides come for free with your ticket,
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