After years of decline, the Kurfürstendamm, or Ku’damm for short, has once again become a fashionable hot spot. Breathtaking architecture, elegant boutiques, and a lively scene with street artists around Breitscheidplatz have made this shopping boulevard Berlin’s most attractive, and at 3.8km, its longest avenue for strolling.
Ku’damm, the nerve center of a city of nearly 4 million, is full of people and bustling with life round the clock. Berlin’s most posh shops alternate with restaurants; and between the endless streams of people of all races, the street entertainers playing for a few coins. Once the riding path of the Electors near their royal residence, its present popularity dates ...Read More