Tips & Recommendations
Our wonderful 5*plus partner hotel, the Hotel de Rome, is offering their guests and visitors by far one of the most beautiful rooftop terraces in Berlin. Enjoy the unique view on the historic Bebelplatz and the beauty of the location with tasty cocktails and other delectations. Especially during Festival of Lights it is the perfect location in order to admire the spectacular 360 degrees staging of the Bebelplatz with a premium view. During festival period it is open until 9 pm.
Address: Behrenstraße 37
In 20 seconds to the best view on Berlin, please!
There is almost no other viewpoint from where you can see the historic and architectural highlights of the german capital as good as from the PANORAMAPUNKT in Berlin.
During the Festival of Lights (5th until 14th of October) the viewpoint platform is open each evening until 9 pm. From there you can enjoy a breathtaking view on the Potsdamer Platz and the shiny Berlin. A very special insider tip especially for photographers!
Address: Potsdamer Platz 1
Woodblock Sessions – Live Music at La Banca Bar
Soul, Hip Hop & R’n’B – Big City Beats straight out of Berlin: Woodblock Sessions at La Banca Bar in Hotel de Rome are taking place every wednesday from 9 until 11 pm.
Deep bass, rap, vocals and urban groove run through the body, stop the brain and let the evening become special. Further, th ebar team is happy to serve the premium drinks. The first evening of many that will follow.
This is a foretaste of what to come.
Address: Hotel de Rome
Behrenstraße 37, 10117 Berlin
The Museumsinsel Berlin is a unique ensemble of buildings which is presenting an exciting collection of art and culture history from Europe and Mediterranean regions. Its located in the heart of Berlin where Berlin was founded originally. Since 1999 its counting as UNESCO Wolrd Heritage. From prehistory, ancient times until art of the 19th century you will find here. Every year more than 3 million people are fascinated by the Museumsinsel. Its very recommended to visit one of the museums such as the Bode-Museum, Alte Nationalgalerie or the Pergamonmuseum.
Address: Bodestraße 1
10178 Berlin Mitte
You know guide dogs for the blind – but did you know that assistance dogs can help people with several limitations?
The exhibition “Living with an assistance dog” on the Zietenplatz / U Mohrenstraße is explaining what makes these dogs so precious for disabled people and how important they are for them. The free event is presented by Pfotenpiloten e.V. with funding of the “Aktion Mensch”. On shining LED panels and with interactive elements like a “story corner” and with a VR movie you are learning what assistance dogs are exactly doing, how they get trained and how they support teams. The U Station Mohrenstraße has a lift. More info here: www.PfotenPiloten.org
5.10.-14.10. daily from 3 until 10 pm.