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Something different



The gondola rises 150 meters into the sky of Berlin, attached to one of the biggest helium balloons in the world. A steel cable provides security - magnificent views guaranteed!

Opening hours: Daily 10.00-22.00 (Apr-Oct), 11.00-18.00 o`clock (Nov-Mar)
Address: Wilhelmstraße (
at Checkpoint Charlie)
Fees: 19 Euro
Phone: 223378811
Web: http://www.air-service-berlin.de

Getting there: Subway (U2, 6): Stadtmitte

Below Berlin

An inconspicuous green door is the entry into Berlin's underworld. Interested in discover labyrinthine corridors, gloomy bunker, dark shafts and ghost stations? Then you are right at "Berliner Unterwelten".

Opening hours: Call for tours
Address: Brunnenstr. 108a
(meeting point)
Phone: 49910517

Web: http://www.berliner-unterwelten.de

Getting there: Subway (U8): Bernauer Straße

Berlin Tapas

There is nothing better than German Tapas at the location "Schnitzelei"! The otherwise typical small Spanish portions are served here in 18 variations - From Königsberger Klopse over Savoy roulade to plums wrapped in bacon.

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 16.00-24.00, Sat-Sun 12.00-24.00 o`clock
Address: Röntgenstraße 7
Phone: 34702778
Web: http://www.schnitzelei.de

Getting there: Subway (U7): Richard-Wagner Platz

Confiserie Melanie

Thousands of confectioneries and delicacies are piling up in the little shop. Besides Veilchensenf, milk-grappa and jelly of seaweed, especially the handmade chocolates with different flavors are cultish.

Opening hours: closed Thu
Address: Goethestraße 4 
(Berlin Charlottenburg)
Phone: -
Web: -
Getting there: Subway (U2): Ernst-Reuter-Platz

Hackesche Höfe

The Hackesche Höfe are Germany's largest enclosed courtyard area and one of the main attractions of Berlin. The original concept consisted of mixed use by art, culture, living, trade and catering. The shops provide an offer on a high level, thereby avoiding the mainstream. The gastronomy there offers a sophisticated entertainment for any occasion. The offices are used by many creative sectors,
such as architects, public relations agencies or web designers. The living in the Hackesche Höfe is very urban, but with high quality, for instance due to the central location and the simultaneously calm atmosphere, provided by the nightly closure of the residential area.

Opening hours: -
Rosenthalerstraße 40/41 & Sophienstraße 6
Phone: -
Getting there: City-train (S1-6, 13, 15, 53): Hackescher Markt

Hotels in a different way

Looking for a special room? The oddest of its kind is the Propeller Island City Lodge (Albrecht-Achilles-Str. 58 | http://www.propellerisland.de), where you sleep in green padded cells, mirror rooms and flying beds. All 45 rooms have been designed by different artists. In Berlin-Center, there is an art gallery for overnight stay: The Arte Luise, in which each room has its own artistic painting show, there are regular exhibitions in the attached art gallery (Luisenstr. 19 | http://www.luis-berlin.com). A real insider tip: On the campus of the GLS language school (Kastanienallee 82 | http://www.gls-berlin.com/hotel
), there are chic studios waiting for language students and other Berlin-visitors in a renovated villa in the centre of Prenzlberg.


The KaDeWe is the biggest department store in continental Europe. The KaDeWe offers a vast variety of products and is also setting new standards in service. KaDeWe caters for a wide range of needs with luxurious beauty rooms and lounges, a wedding and gift service, a hotel and home service, tailor, hairdressers, buggy rental and a bureau de change. In its world-famous gourmet department on the sixth floor, Berlin's premium department store even plays host to exclusive parties high above the roofs of the city.

Opening hours:
Mon-Thu 10.00-20.00, Fr 10.00-21.00, Sat 9.30-20.00 o`clock
Address: Tauentzienstraße 21-24
Phone: 2121-0
Getting there: City-train (S5, 7, 9, 75): Zoologischer Garten

Karaoke - just for you
Hurry up to the Mic - at Monster Ronsons Ichiban Karaoke! No one needs to have inhibitions, because in closed cabins, Karaoke without disgrace is possible. The Juke Box spends hits from Berlin and the rest of the world. The guests are responsible for the vocals.

Opening hours: Daily from 19.00 o`clock
Address: Warschauer Straße 34
Phone: 89751327
Web: http://www.karaokemonster.com

Getting there: Subway (U1): Warschauer Straße

Lunch under chestnut trees

Don`t miss the fashionable avenue of chestnut trees, which is not for nothing called Casting-Alley: Go there for lunch, for instance in the Café Bar 103.

Opening hours: Daily from 09.00 o`clock
Address: Kastanienallee 49
Phone: 44341103
Web: http://www.agentur103.de

Getting there: Subway (U2): Senefelder Platz


Here, a dream comes through - driving a motorboat without a license. At the romantic Müggelsee,  a ride for everyone is possible at boat rentals "Spreepoint"

Opening hours: Daily from 09.00 o`clock until sunset

Address: Müggelseedamm 70
Phone: 6411291 or 0171/7140816
Fees: about 25 Euro per hour
Web: http://www.bootsverleih-spreepoint.de

Getting there: City-train (S3): Friedrichshagen

Platten Pedro

Largest antiquarian record-shop, with about 200,000 singles. You find everything from folk to hard rock, that will delight a collector's heart.

Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10:07-17:53, Sat 10.00-13.11 o`clock
Address: Tegeler Weg 102
Phone: 3441875

Getting there: Subway (U7): Mierendorffplatz

Shopping around the corner

At Berlin's coolest concept store "The Corner", you get designer-fashion and music. Also taking a drink is possible - at the bar.

Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10.30-19.30, Sat 10.00-19.00 o`clock
Address: Französische Straße 40
Phone: 88921261
Web: http://www.thecornerberlin.de

Getting there: Subway (U6): Französische Straße

Vegetable Kebab

Do you think, a Döner Kebab without meat can`t be tasty? Mustafa proves the contrary. Fresh roasted vegetables, feta cheese, different sauces, and secret ingredients, prepared with love and heart.

Opening hours: -
Mehringdamm 32
Phone: -
Getting there: Subway (U6, 7): Mehringdamm

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