IFA International 2019 DAY 1 Edition





The Brechts Steakhaus is located directly on the

water in Berlin Mitte at Friedrichstrasse. The

restaurant derives its name from the fact that it

was Bertolt Brecht’s main house.

In addition to first-class Dry Aged Steaks from

grass fed Hereford cattles in Ireland, there are also

over 100 excellent wines from Germany on the

menu. You will also find classics such as the famous

Berlin currywurst, organic chicken, and spare ribs,

from the lava stone grill.

Brechts Steakhaus offers a menu for IFA to

commemorate the new twenties.

Three courses for €34,50

Open daily: 12 noon - 1 am

Brechts Steakhaus

Schiffbauerdamm 7 - 10117 Berlin

Tel: +49 (0)30 2757 2037


Metro: S & U Friedrichstraße




Brechts Steakhaus

Lovers of fresh seafood and fans of French cuisine

will be spoiled at the Brasserie Ganymed in


The playwright Bert Brecht and actress Helene

Weigel used to enjoy the food and the authentic

Parisian atmosphere here. The dishes are prepared

with fresh, regional products directly from Brittany

and special French delicacies. On warm days and

balmy September nights, be sure to secure a place

on the Spree Terrace.

Vive la france at Ganymed, the Belle Epoque-style

restaurant offers a menu for IFA to commemorate

the golden twenties. 3 courses for €34.50

Open daily: 12 noon - 1 am

Ganymed Brasserie

Schiffbauerdamm 510117 Berlin Mitte

Tel: +49 (0)30 28 59 90 46


Metro: S & U Friedrichstraße

Ganymed Brasserie

Museums & Exhibitions



The Deutsches Technikmuseum, or German

Museum of Technology, offers an entertaining

educational journey through the history of

technology. Visit their fascinating exhibitions

on aviation, shipping, railways, the automobile,

film technology, computer history, the role of

the chemical and pharmaceutical industries in

our lives, and much more. Review the multifacetted

spectrum of technology – from ancient

times to cutting-edge – and explore the many

ways it has shaped our history and culture. Daily

demonstrations, hands-on activities and guided

tours make the Deutsches Technikmuseum a

place of interactive learning and experience. This

extensive museum park is an oasis of green at the

heart of the city.

Opening Hours: Tue - Fri, 9:00 am - 5:30 pm ; Sat -

Sun, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Museum of Technology:

Trebbiner Straße 9, 10963 Berlin

Tel. +49 (0)30 902 54-0


Metro: U Möckernbrücke, U1, U3, U7 ; U

Gleisdreieck, U1, U2, U3 ; S Anhalter Bahnhof, S1,

S2, S25, S26

Cultural Entertainment

& Shopping


Founded in 1907, the KaDeWe is one of the

world’s most renowned department stores. Its

fine and distinct feel for emerging trends, and

the selection of products and services offered,

have been instrumental in shaping the KaDeWe

image. KaDeWe provides Personal Shoppers

who accompany, serve and expertly advise the

customers throughout a visit, a professional

shipping service completes the convenient

shopping experience. Shoppers with a permanent

residence outside the EU have the possibility of

receiving a tax free shopping at each cash desk and

immediate cash back at the Global Blue Counter on

the 5th floor.

And in case you missed to visit KaDeWe during

your stay in Berlin explore the On Demand Service

of KaDeWe and shop your favorite pieces via

WhatsApp or e-mail..

Open on Saturday 7 th September 9.30 am - 9 pm and

Sunday 8th September 1 pm - 6 pm

KaDeWe - Kaufhaus des Westens

Tauentzienstrasse 21-24

10789 Berlin

Metro: U Wittenbergplatz U1 U2 U3

Museum of Technology


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