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  • 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
  • Nightflight Bar

    The Kempinski Hotel is built right into the airport, and this cocktail lounge feels like a private version of the terminal’s soaring, canopied spac... More
  • Nymphenburg

    The classic porcelain manufacturer has enlisted artists like Ted Muehling to create modernist vases and chic caviar spoons. More
  • Olympic Park, Munich

    Olympic Pedigree: 1972 Games’ home to track and field, boxing, weight lifting, archery, modern pentathlon, swimming, wrestling, cycling, fencing, h... 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
  • Perla Zayek's

    Lebanese-born Perla Zayek's namesake boutique showcases her silk evening dresses. More
  • Peter Lauer

  • 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
  • René Lezard

    For years, the German label with the French name had a slogan—“Unfortunately expensive”—that defined its niche perhaps too sharply. Fabrics are ric... More
  • Rike Feurstein

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