For people who need the city to breathe.
A stroll around the neighbourhood reveals the range of attractions on offer in Schöneberg, Kreuzberg and Potsdamer Platz. You can still feel the spirit of Marlene Dietrich and David Bowie in the midst of the multiculturalism that has evolved here. The Winterfeldt, Crelle, Bergmann and Yorck neighbourhoods invite you into their cafés and shops – some classy, others trendy. Mediterranean market stalls, organic market halls and delicatessen stores like the KaDeWe casually coexist side by side.
And the whole area exudes the spirit of a metropolis that brings together influential thinkers and artists from all over the world. From the Philharmonie concert hall, the Neue Nationalgalerie modern art museum right through to the Arsenal film institute, Potsdamer Platz always paves the way for new perspectives. Anyone taking an evening stroll along Pots-
damer Strasse with its international art dealers and concept stores can experience the wonderful ambience as this district slowly slips into the blue hour. Soon after, it’s time for the locals to bring the day to a close in the legendary bars and clubs.