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Known for her distinctly androgynous and minimalist designs, impeccable tailoring, and ingenious use of fabric, Esther Perbandt has made a name for herself amongst women of substance and style. The aesthetic behind each design is a reflection of the designer's own sense of style, creating a collection that defies definition in terms of gender. Subtle hues and clean lines characterize a collection which is composed of both clothing and accessories. Inspired by the city, empowered by experience and enriched by an artistic bent of mind, Esther Perbandt is a fashion label for those who want to make a statement. The Esther Perbandt studio in Berlin also offers custom tailoring services.
The Hackesche Höfe has been a center for food and entertainment since its construction in 1906. Before World War II, this area was known for its Jewish theaters and cultural institutions and later became a great place for shops, cafes, underground bars and restaurants. This historic courtyard complex in the Scheuenviertel consists of eight courtyards and houses cultural establishments, businesses and firms. These also include theaters, shops, bars and restaurants. The courtyard is the largest of its kind in Berlin, and makes for a lovely getaway.
Timeless and trendy, vintage clothing has long been a favored choice amongst those with a more individualistic sense of style. Infuse your wardrobe with a touch of timeless taste with vintage clothing and accessories from Mankii. This charming boutique is chock full of delightful options, with everything from clothing for men, women and children, to jewelry, handmade gifts, shoes and accessories. The collection is well-curated and varied, featuring lace, embroidery and colorful prints alongside clothing for those with more subtle taste. Whether you're looking for something specific, or just browsing, you are quite unlikely to leave this store empty handed.
Attracting the young crowd of the city, Golden Gate Club is a funky hangout spot for all the party animals. It is a little difficult to find the entrance of the club, but once you're in, you are sure to enjoy the different genres of music being played. The two-storied structure boasts a very chic, shabby look with secondhand furniture used for the decor and the atmosphere is perfect for a fun-filled night out.
The Zagreus Projekt explores artistic and social concepts through traditional and contemporary art work alongside culinary creations. Artists are invited to create installations and artwork at the gallery, inspired by which a complementary menu is designed and served to the gallery's discerning clientele. The culinary and artistic aspects of each installation are born of collaboration between the chefs and the artists to create a cohesive whole. From traditional recipes to contemporary techniques, the gallery showcases a range that is astoundingly varied, engaging the audience in an immersive experience. Brain-child of Ulrich Krauss, the Zagreus Projekt offers an experience that should not be missed by those who appreciate art in all its forms.
El Spa de Rome, situado en el Hotel de Rome, es el mejor sitio para vivir un día de mimos y cuidados de belleza. Cada paso del tratamiento, desde los productos de calidad hasta la atenció y el servicio personalizados, hace que los huéspedes se sientan parte de la realeza. Los tratamientos como el Facial Linfático Rose Crystal, la Fuente de la Juventud y los masajes Tailandés y Rendición prometen rejuvenecer hasta a los más estresados y cansados. Lo mejor del spa, sin ninguna duda, es la piscina de 20 metros de largo. Sumérjanse y refrésquense o simplemente relájense junto a ella en las comodísimas reposeras. El ambiente sereno y tranquilo los afectará de forma positiva.
Con más de 80 habitaciones y 3.000 metros cuadrados, esta inmensa galería es el hogar de muchas de las obras de arte contemporáneas más bellas. La galería se encuentra en Reinhardtstraße, cerca del distrito de Mitte en Berlín. La galería cuenta con una colección privada que incluye obras de arte que van desde 1990 hasta la actualidad. Regularmente, se ofrecen recorridos privados y grupales. Esta es una de las galerías de arte más visitadas de la ciudad, especialmente por conocedores y expertos en arte. Visiten el sitio web para más información.
Let your worries float away on a cloud of steam at the Gewölbesauna. This delightful getaway lies hidden away in a basement along Fröbelstraße where few would expect to find a spa. During summer, the outdoor area invites you to linger and soak in some sunshine after a relaxing steam and massage. The Finnish sauna offers the most intense experience, while the herbal sauna, with its fragrant infusions, is a treat for those who prefer a milder temperature. The vaulted oasis also features a steam room, a chilled plunge pool and a snack bar. Whats more, the Gewölbesauna offers access to all of this and more at a price that is more than fair.
This magnificent neo-baroque building was constructed over a period of 20 years beginning in 1893, and was once home to the offices of the Victoria Insurance, or Victoria Versicherung. Rich ornamentation, intricate sculptures and lavish details adorn the facade of this architectural gem, one of the few to have survived relatively unscathed by WWII. Although the building now houses a media academy and various other private institutions, and is, as such, not open to the public, the beautiful baroque courtyard of the historic Victoria Versicherung remains open to all. Heartily adorned with intricate ornamentation, the courtyard is an architectural and artistic marvel that few know of. The courtyard also features an astronomical clock and is just a few steps away from the Jewish Museum.
Not many people are aware of the East German Watchtower but it is worth a visit for a slice of Berlin's history. The tower house was constructed in 1966 as an observation deck for border guards. Today, it is accessible to the general public and is ideal for photo ops. It is located on a quiet street off Potsdamer Platz but it is an incredible spot to explore and climb up the gray, polygonal watch-tower. If you are lucky, volunteers may take you on a short tour and narrate the fascinating history behind the tower. Besides enjoying a panoramic view of the surrounding streets dotted with old German buildings, photography enthusiasts can take a series of snapshots. This tower can accommodate only four visitors at one time.
Perched above the undulating roof of the Philharmonie is a phoenix, designed and created by the sculptor Hans Uhlmann. The mythical phoenix has long been a symbol of rebirth and perseverance, and in its sculpted form pays homage to the rise of the Philharmonie and the city of Berlin from the rubble left behind by the Nazis and Allied Forces. Although emblematic of the city's rebirth, few know of the existence of the Phoenix as it is visible from only a few vantage points. The higher up you are, the more likely you are to spot it, although its wings can be viewed from Tiergartenstrasse, near the northern side of the building.
A venture by an Irish trio, Loftus Hall is the place to be if you're into techno and house music. Although named after a supposedly haunted mansion in the owners' native country, there's nothing ominous about this nightspot, and you are sure to enjoy a night of drinking and dancing. Some of the best DJs in town can be found spinning tracks here.