Keyword Berlin-Mitte: Do you first think of tourist hotspots like Alexanderplatz, the Brandenburg Gate or the Gendarmenmarkt? No question, these sights are definitely worth a visit. But Berlin's most central district has so much more to offer! We have great tips on how you can spend a relaxing Sunday in Mitte.

The perfect start to the day begins with a good breakfast . On Auguststrasse, which leads from Oranienburger Tor to Rosenthaler Platz, you will find so many small cafés that you could literally while away the whole day there. If you want to have breakfast in style, it's best to grab avocado bread. Pumpernickel with a light goat's cream cheese cream forms the perfect base.

The average Berlin-Mitte resident is not only very health-conscious , but also very sophisticated, which is why they like to have a glass of champagne on Sunday. The coffee of choice is of course an Americano with perfect crema. Then enjoy your breakfast while reading an interior magazine – and you will no longer be distinguishable from a local resident.

If you want to stretch your legs afterwards, we recommend a visit to the nearby New Synagogue on Oranienburger Straße. From there it is a stone's throw to the beautiful Monbijou Park , which is bordered by the Spree at the southern end. Walk a little along the water and enjoy the view of the Berlin Cathedral and the Museum Island in front of it from James Simon Park .

Around the Hackescher Markt and the Scheunenviertel you will have numerous opportunities to stroll past shop windows and restaurants and be amazed by the historic city backdrop. A worthy end to the day in Mitte is a visit to the legendary Volksbühne on Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz .

Would you like to experience the urban charm of Berlin-Mitte at your own breakfast table? Then we have just the thing for you: the middle breakfast cup from our Colors of BERLIN edition shines in a soft anthracite tone. With the collection, KPM expresses its connection to its hometown. The highlight: Each of the hand-sprayed district cups shimmers in a different, iridescent color that suits the district. So it's no surprise that the elegant Charlottenburg shines in an elegant mother-of-pearl or that Tiergarten, as the greenest district, deserves a corresponding color.