This former train station turned gallery is home to a vast collection of remarkable contemporary art, one of the largest in the world, including works from the likes of Andy Warhol, Joseph Beuys, Lichenstein and Twombly to name but a few. At €14, or €7 concession, it isn't cheap but such an incredible array of wonderful contemporary pieces and the spectacular setting of the museum, a departure from the more 'alternative' style of gallery settings in Berlin, definitely makes it worth considering if you are an art-lover of any description.

Learn more about Hamburger Bahnhof on this tour: Jewish Quarter and Inner Courtyards Tour of Berlin