Charlottenburg

MORE MUST-SEE MUSEUMS TOP 9

Determining MORE MUST-SEE MUSEUMS in Berlin is no easy task. This city has so many great ones. Some say Berlin has about 200 museums and most of them are super interesting. That puts Berlin up there among the cities with an incredible museum line up. This post covers our absolute favourite Museums that are often overlooked or less visited. On

Authentic Korean Food Arirang

Korean food at its best. Arirang is a North Korean restaurant located in a quiet street inside a weird-looking building in Charlottenburg. Come here if you are looking for an authentic and beautiful eating experience. You can’t miss the huge red sign in Korean along the street.  To get here hop either on S-Bahn (Savigny Platz Station) or

Käthe Kollwitz Museum Berlin – Intimate Art Experience

Without a doubt the Käthe Kollwitz Museum is one of the most special art spaces in Berlin. It houses the incredible art collection of this amazing German artist (Käthe Kollwitz). The museum is located on one of Charlottenburg’s most charming streets (Fasanenstrasse) in a late 1800s villa. It is part of the

C/O Berlin – Photography

C/O Berlin has since the year 2000 been a mecca for established and new photography. After leaving Berlin Mitte in 2012, they spent two years searching for a new home. We are glad to report they now call “Amerika Haus” home. It is an exciting modernist building right off the Zoo Station complex. The building was designed by SOM

Lo Men’s Noodle House

If you ever catch yourself craving delicious unpretentious Asian (in the case Taiwanese) soul food, you must try Lo Men’s Noodle House. This place is really a hole in the wall along Kantstrasse (among a row of chinese restaurants) in Charlottenburg. Get to Savigny Platz (S-Bahn) and you will be a mere 5 minute walk away from yumminess.

Neni Berlin – Restaurant with a view over Tiergarten

Neni Berlin is one of those places that combine great vibe and design, tasty food and interesting people. Oh wait. All of that with an amazing panoramic view of the Zoo, City West and Tiergarten Park! It is located on the top floor of a boutique hotel in the Tiergarten district in City West (that’s how locals refer to West Berlin). This part
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