Book Stores

Book Stores

With everything from African stories to Japanese comics, art books to pop literature and fantasy to politics or children’s books, Berlin is a true paradise for bibliophiles. The German capital has a countless number of both new and used bookstores, in which book lovers can rummage and browse around for hours. In addition to the big stores, the small ones are especially interesting because they often offer a specialised hand-picked supply of books that is particularly uncommon.

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A must for all crime thriller aficionados; there are books on crooks, murderers, thieves, police officers and detectives from around the world. In the personal and...
A veritable treasure trove for book lovers, with a main focus on: prints, art and literature - Germany. Düwal also offers valuations and/or purchasing services for...
Situated deep in the heart of Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg district, this shop offers a huge selection of over 12,000 titles from specialist topics, including first and...
Bruno's stores offer everything which makes men's hearts beat faster. Where others fear a loss of conservative customers when too much comitted to gay subjects, this is...
The international offering at the Bücherbogen is quite overwhelming. Tthose, who set foot into this exceptional book and manuscript shop on Savignyplatz, won’t be in a...
The literary bookshop Dante Connection focuses on three main areas. The first: books from Italy, among these some current fiction, thrillers, travel books and history...
Do you read me? is not a book store in the traditional sense. About 2,000 publications, including magazines and other contemporary literature on the topics of design,...
You can find all the great composers here: Bach, Mozart and Wagner, Tschaikowsky, Chopin and Rubinstein. The Dussmann ‘culture store’ on Friedrichsstrasse has the...
"Kohlhaas & Company" bookstore in the Literaturhaus Berlin GmbH & Co.
Known to all Berlin bookworms: Marga Schöller Bücherstube, the traditional bookstore with a cosy atmosphere and a fantastic selection of titles. The shop specialises in...
The special thing about Mundo Azul, the "blue world", is its carefully selected choice of books. And of course, the playroom next to the sales rooms. This remarkable...
In a modern, but cosy atmosphere, the Ocelot book shop offers its visitors a wide range of carefully selected works in English and German. The free Wi-Fi and outstanding...
To all fans of fantasy, science fiction and horror, this is certainly not just any old bookshop. It is a place of pilgrimage. This is where you will find absolutely...
At first glance, this shop is a bit confusing with book spines and bookshelves all over the place. There are no signs anywhere. But, on closer inspection, it soon...
From the outside, it just looks like a small bookshop in Dahlem, a residential area on the edge of Grunewald forest close to the Free University of Berlin. But inside,...
A place of information and inspiration. The Alexa hosts the biggest and most representative Thalia bookstore in Berlin with a large range of products on 1.800 sqm....
From the specialist magazine ‘Die Sprechblase’ and Star Wars to ‘Der Rote Ritter’ by Wick Comics (The Red Knight - Silver Edition 6: The Black Inquisitor) – the ‘Toyboxx...
The store in a turn-of-the-century building offers special books on the arts on 200 sqm of floor space. Knowledgeable staff is happy to provide competent advice at any...

Located directly on the water, this romantic, relaxed and comfortable restaurant is decorated with wooden furniture, old lamps and ornate picture frames. Simply put, Freischwimmer is a cool location in Kreuzberg’s Flutgraben area. The restaurant is in a very old building that was once used for renting and repairing boats. The entrance is directly next to Berlin’s oldest gas station. You can sit outdoors during the summer and indoors during the winter.