Lützowplatz / Hotel Berlin
Lützowplatz – renowned for its bar scene, but also offers art and culture
- Schöneberg district between Nollendorfplatz,
Wittenbergplatz and Hauptstraße, with many
shops, cafés, restaurants and bars (ca. 1 km)
- Theatre Group Großstadtfenster Berlin
Lützowplatz definitely entices one for a cocktail or an after-work party, but it also has interesting cultural events on offer, with a total of six open-air sculptures.
The Bauhaus Archive / Museum of Design researches and presents the history and impact of the Bauhaus, the most important school for architecture, design and art in the 20th century – and over the decades has built up the world's largest collection on this subject.
Every Saturday a caravan sets off from Nollendorfplatz Underground Station towards Winterfeldtplatz. For that is where Berlin's largest and oldest weekly market takes place. The market, a smaller version of which is also held on Wednesdays, is a popular meeting place for locals and for all Berlin hipsters. Everything your heart desires is practically on the doorstep: chic cafés and bars, restaurants and very unique shops.