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Things to do in Berlin

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  • Neues Museum

    British architect David Chipperfield’s nimble rebuilding of the Neues Museum was such a feat of renovation and reconstruction that the city admitte... More
  • Newton Bar

    Inspired by the risqué glamour of Berlin-born photographer Helmut Newton—his mural-size black-and-white nudes adorn the entire back wall—this swank... More
  • Pergamon Museum

    Arguably one of the world’s finest archaeological museums, the Pergamon sits proudly in the center of the city’s famed Museumsinsel (Museum Island)... More
  • Pfefferbank

  • Potsdamer Platz

    Four billion dollars and five years were sunk into the building of this supposed future-scape just so that one of its main squares—Marlene-Dietrich... More
  • Prater Restaurant and Beer Garden

    Berlin's oldest beer garden. In the hipster neighborhood of Prenzlauer Berg. The interior is as bare as can be, with wooden benches and simple chai... More
  • Pro qm

    Located near Rosa-Luxemburg Platz, Pro QM is arguably one of the most unique and influential bookstores in Berlin. The store houses an inventory of... More
  • Reichstag

    The Reichstag, with its transparent Norman Foster dome and top-notch collection of contemporary art (cue Gerhard Richter’s stunning interpretation ... More
  • Rike Feurstein

    The retro-casual hat collection is made by hand in a range of materials (cotton; raffia; Panama straw). More
  • Schoene Schreibwaren

    Located in Friedrichschain, Schoene Schreibwaren is a specialty art supply store catering to writers, artists, and doodlers alike. The store carrie... More
  • Schrörs am Müggelsee

    A traditional German biergarten, Schrörs am Müggelsee is situated along a lake in the Köpenick area of the city. Customers sit at umbrella-shaded t... More
  • Schwarzwaldstuben

    Dine at this lively pub, filled with mismatched furniture. Try the Schweinschnitzel or ravioli-like Maultaschen with a Rothaus beer. More
  • SO36

    The club hosts an energetic bingo night in addition to bills of see-them-now bands. More
  • Tape

    The club is the home of the World Championship for Chess Boxing, where the contenders play chess for four minutes and then beat each other up. At o... More
  • Tiergarten

    Start the morning in the 543-acre park in the city's center. Walk along the shaded paths to wind up at the Brandenburg Gate. More

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