The FLOTTWELL BERLIN is located in the cultural center of the city:
The unique structure of the Berlin Philharmonie designed by Hans Sharoun isn’t just home to the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and the Berlin Jazz Festival; internationally renowned artists and orchestras can also be seen here. Next door is the Chamber Music Hall, also designed by Hans Scharoun.
Among Berlin’s most prestigious museums is the Neue Nationalgalerie designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. The exhibits on display here are among the finest in the world. Unfortunately, the building is closed for repairs until 2018. But the view is still unobstructed by construction fences, and it’s well worth a walk to catch a glimpse of it.
Right next door is the Kulturforum with its Old Masters Gallery, Arts and Crafts Museum, Prints Gallery and Musical Instruments Museum.
The German Museum of Technology is one of Berlin’s best-loved museums. On display are airplanes, ships, locomotives and other amazing achievements from the cultural history of technology, such as a replica of the first computer in the world built by Konrad Zuse, the great technological visionary.
Berlin’s arts scene got a new lease on life after 1990. Initially centered around the famous Auguststraße, new galleries are now springing up in the Lützowviertel and especially along Potsdamer Straße.