Many of Berlin's most evocative bars, restaurants and sights are actually hidden from view behind unmarked doors, in nondescript buildings or recycled breweries, under railway bridges and even in wartime bunkers. Here's our pick of the top clandestine hot spots around town.
This old-school dancehall has been frequented by nimble-footed Berliners since it opened in 1913, and under new management is now more popular than ever. There are two ballrooms - the upstairs Mirror salon is the grander, but both still sport vintage details - and a programme of tango, swing or salsa. You can also just stop by for a pizza.