Winter and Spring blend with each other during these first few months of the year, and it is a fact that this phenomenon is felt in Berlin even during the summer months, which is emblematic of the cooler continental latitudes.
The ZEITWERK MINUTE REPEATER is the first mechanical watch that pairs a jumping numerals display with a decimal minute repeater. At his drum kit, Anthony de Haas, Product Development Director at A. Lange & Söhne and passionate percussionist, answers questions concerning the resonance and rhythm of the sonorous masterpiece.
The history and the future of A. Lange & Söhne are fused together with the arrival of the LANGE 1, a date that marks the bicentennial anniversary of Ferdinand Adolph Lange. This new movement is the perfect emblem for a firm determined to continue to reinvent itself.
Hanseatik is searching for culinary experiences around the world, and it gathers a collection of excellent ingredients of the highest quality which allow it to discover new frontiers.
This past Saturday, 27th of February, the most highly transcendent tennis event in Latin America, the 23rd edition of the Mexican Telcel Open—which, for the past few days, had fans reeling alongside internationally renowned tennis players—concluded in spectacular fashion as players gave their all in unforgettable matches.
If Germany is a symphony, Berlin is it’s most admirable adagium. It’s a deeply beautiful city, ancient and new at the same time; the first thing that stands out is it’s force, power and design; later, it marvels us with it’s moving profiles which oscillate between its strength and it’s most vulnerable human entity, always proud and fiery.
The German capital is much more that one of the major touristic center of the world, it’s also the definition of cultural expressions and art centers.
A century after its inauguration, the Am Steinplatz Hotel opened its doors after its remodeling in December of 2013; It’s one of the first hotels in Germany to form part of the Autograph Collection - a group of individual boutique hotels located in different point of the globe.
An ancient gem has been polished. The Zoo Hotel, crown jewel of Berlin’s Kurfürstendamm - from the decade of the 20’s until the 50’s-, shines brightly once more.
This edification was created in 1887 by architect Ludwig Heim with the intention of creating the headquarters of the Dresdner Bank.
It consists of a historic portion and a post war addition from Axthelm Architects, this 78 room is found in Berlin’s diplomatic neighborhood.
Enigma (formerly ECO and Katana) is one of the world's largest private superyachts. According to Power and Motoryacht Magazine, she is owned by Aidan Barclay, son of the British media tycoon David Barclay, who recently purchased the Telegraph newspaper.
The Ferretti Group brand smashingly starts 2016, year of its 20th anniversary, by winning the first nautical award of the year.
During the 2015 Monaco Yacht Show Fincantieri, leading western shipbuilding group, and Pininfarina, standard-bearer of the Italian design for 85 years, introduced the “Ottantacinque” concept of a latest generation luxury mega yacht.
Ever since it was opened in 1927, the Nürburgring has been one of the world’s most demanding and beautiful stretches of tarmac.
The BMW Series 7 is the embodiment of precision and quality craftsmanship on a supreme level that amplifies the pleasure of the driving experience.
Germany represents an enjoyable surprise for any foodie avid of new experiences; thing is, its gastronomy really caught us off guard. Traditional German cuisine varies from region to region, as if each city was a different country we meet lobsters and the krabben, German knuckle of ham, sausages, the laugenbrezel or the kassel.
Is it too predictable to order a Wiener Schnitzel at a restaurant in this point of the map? This could run through your head while you enter this cozy place of traditional cuisine and gaze through the window to observe the dome of the German Cathedral at Gendarmenmarkt Square, which is one of the most beautiful places of this city.
It will be until Summer of this year that this restaurant will open it’s doors once again -and to be honest, we can’t wait-, this gourmand experience is alive within the Palace Berlin hotel.
The entrance to this restaurant located at Spree street below Weidendammer Brücke is already a distinctive seal of this city; this cave-like place is reminiscent of London or Paris, much more than mentally locating it al Berlin.
Kolja Kleeberg: actor, musician, storyteller and chef, is one of the reasons why this hotspot has a unique and spectacular ambiance. The team in the kitchen produces the two menus presented daily, both charged with flavour and aroma.
The magical spectacle begins once a new every six hours: in the Wadden Sea, the continuous change of low and high tide shows incredible forces of nature, it also portrays how the water pulls back in a gap of 30 Km of width a couple of times per day.
On their own, Berlin’s museums compose a collection of artistic masterpieces; All of them are shocking in their architecture, different amongst them and unified by a curation created throughout time, as well as historic facts that shook and rebuilt the city from it’s roots.
Ludwig van Beethoven is one of the most important figures in all of classical music. His gigantic influence made an impression on nearly every composer who came after him, making his persona, name and identity one of the all-time greats!
On the steep slate and shale banks along the Mosel, the pristine, castle-crowned vineyards of the Rheingau or the rolling hills of Rheinhessen, Germany produces some of the world’s best, yet underrated wines.
This is a fabulous wine from the “spice gardens” vineyard. Mönchhof owns parcels in the Ürziger Würzgarten, the Erdener Treppchen and the Erdener Prälat vineyards, all grand crus on the steep slopes above the Mosel River.
The small village of Graach is located between two more famous wine villages, Bernkastel and Wehlen, but wine has been grown here since the Roman times.
This extremely rare and expensive bottle of dry Riesling is possibly the most expensive Riesling ever to be sold at auction.
The Leitz (pronounced “lights”) family has been making wine since the mid-eighteenth century. Johannes Leitz took over the family property when he was just 22 and has made a name for Leitz in the Rheingau.
Members of the Prüm family have been viticulturalists and winemakers since the 17th century. Their estate consists of nearly 70% ungrafted vines of which 95% are Reisling.