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Schloss Charlottenburg

Charlottenburg Palace is one of Hohenzollern residences, built in 1788, with a unique Baroque garden. Visit the lavish rooms of Queen Sophie Charlotte and then take a stroll through the park.

 

Luisenplatz 1
10585 Berlin

Distance: 2,2 km

 

Gedächtniskirche

The Memorial Church (Gedächtnis Kirche) was built in honor of Emperor Wilhelm I. After its partial destruction in 1943, the tower ruins became a reminder of war and a landmark for the western part of Berlin. It reopened in 1961 with impressive blue windows created by Gabriel Loire.

 

Lietzenburger Straße 39
10789 Berlin

Distance: 2 km

Theater des Westens

The Theater of the West has a rich tradition and is considered one of Germany's most famous theaters. For over a century, its reputation has been shaped by such great artists as Josephine Baker, Enrico Caruso, Marlene Dietrich and Hildegard Knef.

Kantstraße 12
10623 Berlin

Distance: 1,5 km

 

Siegessäule

The Victory Column ("Siegessäule") was built from 1864 to 1873 according to designs by Heinrich Stracks and is today protected as a historical monument. The observation deck at the top gives visitors a beautiful view of Tiergarten Park.

 

Großer Stern 1,

10785 Berlin-Tiergarten

Distance: 4 km

 

Käthe -Kollwitz-Museum und Literaturhaus Berlin

The Käthe Kollwitz Museum in Berlin is located in a villa that was the first home built in Fasanenstrasse in 1871. It was converted in 1897 to the late classicist style. In a permanent exhibition over 4 floors, the museum shows the most significant creative work of Käthe Kollwitz. In the adjacent Literature House, visitors can relax with a cup of coffee in the garden or attend a reading in the attractive rooms.

 

Fasanenstraße 23/24

10719 Berlin

Distance: 1 km

Neue Nationalgalerie

The New National Gallery, designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, was completed in 1968, one year after his death. Today it houses the collection of 20th century art. In addition to the permanent collection of classical modern art through to the art of the 1960s, special exhibitions also are shown.

 

Potsdamerstr. 50

10785 Berlin

Distance: 5 km

Potsdamer Platz

 Potsdamer Platz, which was largely rebuilt after 1990, is one of the city's most distinctive locations and thus also a major tourist attraction. The German Museum of Film, a Musical Theater and a casino are located here, as are numerous cinemas, restaurants, cafés and shops.

 

Distance: 5 km

Neues Museum

The New Museum is part of the "Berliner Museumsinsel" or Museum Island, designated a World Heritage Site. Built between 1843 and 1855, the building is one of the main works of architect Friedrich August Stüler. After being destroyed in World War II, the museum slowly went to ruin for many years. Not until 2009, after 10 years of reconstruction under the direction of David Chipperfield, was the museum reopened. It now is home to a collection of Egyptian art.

 

Bodestraße 1

10178 Berlin

Distance: 7,5 km

Altes Museum

The Old Museum on Berlin's Museum Island (UNESCO World Heritage Site) was built from 1825 to 1828 by Karl Friedrich Schinkel in the classicist style and today is home to the city's Collection of Classical Antiquities. Designated a historical monument, the building is considered one of Schinkel's greatest achievements.

 

Am Lustgarten 1

10178 Berlin

Distance: 7,5 km

 

Reichstagsgebäude

The Reichstag in Berlin has been home to the German Federal Parliament since 1999. The building was designed by the architect Paul Wallot and built between 1884 and 1894 in the Neorenaissance style, within Tiergarten Park. Particularly worthwhile is a walk up through the glass dome designed by Sir Norman Foster.

Platz der Republik 1

10557 Berlin

Distance: 5,6 km

 

Hackesche Höfe

The Hackesche Höfe consists of a web of courtyards for living and working, which together forms the largest of its kind in Germany. Like many Berlin courtyards, this complex of buildings, which arose around the turn of the last century, was a mixture of offices, workshops, multi-story factories and apartments. Today you can find shops, a cinema, art galleries and a varieté in the Hackesche Höfe.

Rosenthaler Straße

10178 Berlin

Distance: 8,3 km

 

Regierungsviertel

The Federal Chancellery (Bundeskanzleramt) designed by the architect Axel Schulte is one of the most impressive buildings in the new government precinct. It forms the end of the "ribbon of government" that stretches across the Spree. Other interesting buildings include the Paul-Löbe-Haus, which is connected by a bridge over the Spree with the Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus (Library of the parliament).

Platz der Republik

10557 Berlin

Distance: 5,6 km

 

Checkpoint Charile

The Checkpoint Charlie was one of the most reknown border crossing points of the Berlin Wall (1961-1990), where Soviet and American Tanks stood face to face. Today one can explore the history of the Berlin wall in the house at the Checkpoint Charlie.

Friedrichsstarße

10969 Berlin

Distance: 6,3 km

Eastside Gallery

The largest open air gallery in the world was opened on September 28, 1990. It stretches from Ostbahnhof station to the Oberbaumbrücke. 118 artists from 21 countries have painted several pictures on a 1,316 meter long section of the Berlin Wall, which is now a listed landmark. The most famous pictures are "Brotherly Kiss" by Dimitri Vrubel, "Fatherland" by Gunther Schaefer and "Berlin ? New York" by Gerhard Lahr.

Mühlenstraße 1

10243 Berlin-Friedrichshain

Distance: 10 km

 

Hamburger Bahnhof

 

The former train station (built 1846-47) was badly damaged in the war and only began to be used as an exhibition site in the 1980s. After extensive restoration work, the Hamburger Bahnhof was reopened as the Museum for the Present in 1996. The historical elements of the building, combined with modern architecture, make it the ideal location to exhibit the modern art collection, which makes use of many different media.

 

Invalidenstraße 50

10557 Berlin

Distance: 6 km

 

Zoologischer Garten

 The Zoologischer Garten ist one of the Germany's first zoos and was opened in 1844. The Zoological Garden is now the most important animal collections in the world, with around 19,000 animals and some 1,400 different species. There is a beast of prey house, a hippo house and a nocturnal animal house, and the largest aviary in Europe. The aquarium is one of the largest in the world and has the largest number of species of any in Europe

Zoologischer Garten

Hardenbergplatz 8

10787 Berlin

Distance: 2 km

 

 

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