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  1. © Aapka Restaurant

    Aapka - Indian Restaurant

    Experience the culinary diversity of India in the heart of Berlin. You can find us at two locations in Berlin (Mitte and Kreuzberg).

  2. © Abenteuer Park Potsdam

    AbenteuerPark Potsdam

    Please note: The Adventure Park is closed in winter from 02.11.2015 until 18.03.2016

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    Air Service Berlin

    Experience the gentle climb to 150 meters up in our tethered helium balloon! Enjoy a stunning view across Berlin.

    Flights every 15 minutes! (depending on weather conditions)
    Weather conditions: +49 30 226 67 88 11

  4. © Camera 4 ALBA Berlin Basketballteam

    Alba Berlin Basketballteam

    This club has plunged the capital into basketball fever: Alba Berlin.

  5. © Alto Bar & Restaurant

    Alto Bar & Restaurant at Central Station

    A touch of Down Under in Mitte: enjoy cocktails, snacks and fresh salads, Australian-inspired dishes, steaks, pastas and desserts in a relaxed atmosphere.

  6. © Adina Apartment Hotel Berlin

    Alto Bar Hackescher Markt

    Relax with a delicious cocktail after work, a long day of sightseeing, or at the weekend. At the Alto Bar, centrally located at this hotel on Hackescher Markt, you can enjoy the excellent selection of drinks and tasty snacks together with one of the best views of the city.

  7. © Alto Restaurant

    Alto Restaurant Checkpoint Charlie

    The selection of steaks, pasta and desserts at the Alto Restaurant has a slight Australian influence.

  8. Brandenburger Tor, Potsdam©Fotonachweis Landeshauptstadt Potsdam/Barbara Plate

    Altstadtrundgang Potsdam

    Tour (2.5 hrs) through the historic centre including the Dutch Quarter, parliament, Old and New Market.

  9. © Anne Frank Zentrum Berlin

    Anne Frank Zentrum

    The Anne Frank Zentrum, run by the German partners of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, is located directly next to the Hackesche Höfe in Berlin’s Mitte district. The exhibition “Anne Frank. here & now” focus on the famous diary and story of the Jewish girl and her family who fled to Amsterdam from Frankfurt am Main in 1933 and hid in a back courtyard attic there 1942 to 1944.