Few hotels have had as tumultuous a history as the Hotel Adlon Kempinski with a fate that has mirrored that of its home city, Berlin, Germany.
On this trip to Berlin, Germany, I sought out smaller boutiques and quirkier shopping streets in hopes of finding some unique gifts to bring home.
In Potsdam, outside Berlin, Frederick the Great built Prussia's answer to Versailles: Sanssouci, or "Without a Care." The main palace stands atop vineyards.
Berlin's most famous beer, the insubstantial Berliner Kindl Weisse, regularly disappoints travelers who come to Germany expecting unforgettable brews.
Enjoy this travel guide to Berlin with tips, recommendations and ideas for where to eat, stay and shop in this enticing city.
Berlin has served as the setting for countless films, and in the early years of moviemaking, its studios rivaled those in Hollywood.
A visit to Berlin is always memorable. The city is constantly in flux, in contrast with more settled metropolises such as Paris, Rome, Vienna and Madrid.
Berlin's most atmospheric venues for contemporary art are the Sammlung Boros, housed in a bunker, and Hamburger Bahnhof, a former train station.
Berlin is currently one of the most exciting cities in the world. Evidence of its tumultuous history is everywhere.
On this recent visit to Berlin, Germany, I discovered three restaurants that serve exquisite food in spaces with a strong sense of place.
During our stay at the Schlosshotel im Grunewald, we took advantage of its proximity to three small museums we'd never found the time to visit.
A guided tour of a decommissioned airport doesn't sound likely to quicken the pulse, but Tempelhof Airport is no ordinary ex-airport.
At the Berlin Wall, we arranged to meet guide, taxi driver and native Berliner Thomas-Dietrich Lehmann, who grew up on the west side of the Wall.
Andrew Harper reflects over the August 2015 Hideaway Report which features an itinerary through Dresden, Mecklenburg and Berlin and cruises news.