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1. Lidl Filiale | This subterranean supermarket is a social phenomenon. One of the first to open seven days a week, it draws a strikingly diverse crowd | U-Bahnhof Innsbrucker Platz

2. Linie 4 | Although Berlin's second-shortest U-Bahn line (five stations compared to U55's two), the U4 does have the shortest trains, usually consisting of only two cars. Metropolis en miniature | U-Bahnhof Innsbrucker Platz

3. Nymphenburger Straße | The 1913 street of eclectic house façades impress with their columns, caryatids, and gazebos.

4. RIAS Funkhaus | The „Rundfunk im amerikanischen Sektor" (broadcasting in the American sector) was the independent counterpart to the Soviet-controlled „Berliner Rundfunk". Until its discontinuation in 1994, RIAS was a western Berlin icon. Today the landmark-protected building is home to „Deutschlandradio Kultur" | Hans-Rosenthal-Platz

5. Rudolph-Wilde-Park | Terraces, stairs, fountains, and gently curved lawns for sunbathing of this turn of the century representative spa garden always draw a colorful crowd, and even the running track is busy most of the time. The 150 m green zone merges into Volkspark Wilmersdorf, stretching out to the city's inner beltway abreast Heidelberger Platz. Long walks through the urban greenery await | Between Fritz-Elsas- and Freiherr-vom-Stein-Straße |

6. PlatzHirsch | The beer garden in Rudolph-Wilde-Park next to the Rathaus Schöneberg entices with a golden deer, Schöneberg's heraldic animal on a 8.5 m column, breakfast and lunch, fresh cake and live music under chestnut trees | The adjacent playground meanwhile entertains the little ones | April – October daily from 10 am | Freiherr-vom-Stein-Straße 20

7. Restaurant Saigon | Recommended by the „Deutsch-Vietnamesische Gesellschaft" („German-Vietnamese Society"). Mainly vegetarian cuisine | Kufsteiner Straße 22

8. Rathaus Schöneberg | Thanks to its 70 m tower the Rathaus Schöneberg, former political heart of the „front city", cannot be overlooked. The tower's freedom bell rings every day at 12 am. You can climb the tower's 264 steps daily from 10 am to 5 pm. Tour guides show you around the platform, if you are willing to climb another 110 steps | John-F.-Kennedy-Platz 1 |öneberg

9. Flohmarkt Schöneberg | An institution in the matter of antiques and rummage. Very crowded but rewards early birds | Saturdays and Sundays 9 am to 4 pm | John-F.-Kennedy-Platz

10. Trattoria del Corso | Tastefully furnished and Italian-run. Excellent cuisine – reservation recommended | Hauptstraße 70 |

11. Kino Odeon | This tradition-rich art house movie theater is the cineaste's first choice to enjoy movies in their original version: the charming building from the 1950s wows with lots of red velvet, legroom, a 70 mm projector, and an excellent sound system – a Berlin institution | handicapped accessible | Hauptstr. 116 |

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