Mittenmang, an entirely new quarter complete with apartments, restaurants and shops, is being built in Berlin-Mitte, close to the main railway station and the Reichstag, on the River Spree and the Spandauer Schifffahrtskanal. To the east lies the modern Europacity, with around 10,000 jobs, and to the west, the historic Fritz-Schloß-Park where you can relax among the trees. And center stage: FRITZ TOWER.
This 12-hectare park is a green sanctuary right in front of FRITZ TOWER. Between the mature trees, enjoy some of Berlin‘s most beautiful jogging routes and take advantage of many opportunities for sports and relaxation. Or visit the Post Stadium, the former home of the German national soccer team.
The Arminiusmarkthalle brings a touch of Covent Garden to the center of Berlin. The popular market hall is a meeting place for gourmets and anyone who wants to buy fresh delicacies or to enjoy them at the market hall. In the evening, the market hall turns into a lively place hosting diverse activities and events.
An oasis of relaxation, in the heart of Berlin – and only a few steps away from FRITZ TOWER. Vabali Spa is a magical place, inspired by a Balinese village. Spanning around 20,000 square meters, the sauna complex, wellness and massage facilities will caress your soul, while the restaurants with Mediterranean and Asian cuisine will delight your tastebuds.
German-Austrian delicacies can be found in the former Berlin railway station, Hamburger Bahnhof, which houses the Museum für Gegenwart. An integral part of the museum since 2003, the café and restaurant run by the famous chef Sarah Wiener offer innovative cuisine featuring regional products.
Museums are densely packed in the heart of Berlin, housed in some of the city’s most striking buildings. The Pergamon Museum stands out even against this backdrop. The museum has become famous all over the world for its impressive reconstructions of archaeological buildings – including the Pergamon Altar, the market gate of Miletus and Ishtar Gate.
Helmut Newton is omnipresent in the Newton Bar, a real highlight of Berlin‘s bar scene at Gendarmenmarkt. This is particularly evident on the walls, which are adorned by the world‘s largest privately owned Newton photo collection.