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Day 6 - IFA International

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WHERE TO GO IN BERLIN

WHERE TO GO IN BERLIN Marlene Bar Restaurants Good Friends Food is an essential part of Chinese culture. Meals with friends and family have been an important part of Chinese lifestyle for thousands of years, and in the Good Friends restaurant you can taste the Chinese dishes that will give you a chance to experience a unique flavour sensation. English-style cigar and rum lounge The hustle and bustle will seem miles away in the Cigar and Rum Lounge. In a setting reminiscent of a traditional English townhouse, a warm mirrors, wood, red velvet and the legendary starry sky, the theatre has attracted icons of the international variety scene like Meret Becker, Max Raabe and the Tiger Lillies. Alongside the show, guests can enjoy drinks, a light snack or a full three-course meal. Wintergarten Variete Wintergarten Variete Potsdamer Strasse 96 10785 Berlin Tickets: +49 (0)30 588 434 33 www.wintergarten-berlin.de Metro: S Potsdamer Platz S1 S2 U Potsdamer Straβe U1 U2 Good Friends Good Friends Kantstraße 30 – 10623 Berlin Tel: +49 (0)30 313 26 59 Metro: S Savignyplatz S5 S3 Bars Marlene Bar Marlene Bar pays homage to Berlin native Marlene Dietrich and The Blue Angel, the movie that rocketed her to international stardom. Locals and hotel guests like to listen to live music and watch the bar team mix their favourite cocktails. On most evenings live entertainment takes place. fire crackles in the fireplace and the hum of good conversation fills the air. Enjoy the bar’s great atmosphere. Marlene Bar Budapester Straße 2 Tel: +49 (0)30 2602 3003 Metro: S & U Zoologischer Garten S5 S7 S75 U1 U2 U9 Cultural Entertainment & Shopping Wintergarten Variete Entertaining, diverse and offbeat is a perfect description of the Wintergarten Berlin. With its unique setting of Museums & Exhibitions Allied museum Aeroplanes and military trains – large spectacular exhibits commemorating the work of the protective forces The Allied Museum tells the history of the Western Powers in Berlin. The buildings are Allied museum located in the center of the former U.S. sector and originally housed the cinema and the library of the U.S. garrison. With a permanent exhibition and regular special exhibitions, the Museum honours the dedication of the United States, the United Kingdom and France to Berlin and Germany from 1945 to their withdrawal in 1994. The focus lies on the history of the Berlin Airlift and the Cold War era. Among the most prominent exhibits is a restored segment of the Berlin espionage tunnel, built by American and British Intelligence Service in order to tap the lines of soviet communication in East-Berlin. The Museum also deals with everyday life in the American, British and French sectors. In the open-air area some of the Museum’s outstanding large military objects are exposed, such as a British “Hastings” aircraft from the time of the airlift, a railroad car from the French military train, and the original famous guardhouse of Checkpoint Charlie on Friedrichstrasse. Admission free Open: Tue – Sun 10 am – 6 pm Allied museum Clayallee 135 – 14195 Berlin Zehlendorf Tel: +49 (0)30 81 81 99 -0 info@alliiertenmuseum.de Metro: U Oskar-Helene-Heim U3 22

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