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No Berlin neighbourhood has undergone a greater change than Prenzlauer Berg. The artists and non-conformists that defined the district’s intriguing subculture in the 1980s and 90s have been replaced by a young, hip crowd that frequents the many cafes. Where there were once run-down houses in the shadow of the Berlin Wall, there are now designer shops. Beautiful old homes have been modernized and renovated, and on Sundays, thousands turn the park next to remnants of the wall into a playground for street artists, musicians, and flea market shoppers. This attracts young urban families who enjoy the balance of big city life and small-town comfort. Meanwhile, trendy, young, upper-class visitors from all over the world are attracted to the local high-end shops, cafés, and sophisticated bars and restaurants. The merits of this transformation are a favorite topic of debate around the city, but it makes for some of the best people-watching Berlin has to offer.
Very nice surprise. Explains the life of people in East Germany, how the modernity from the 50’s to the 80’s also came to this country, just differently. With many real objects taken from normal life, the museum shows what it mean to every days’ life to live under the communist dictatorship: work, have fun, take holidays, connect with the west,...
I bought a printout of stars constellation on north part and a half moon, printed on an acid free paper that can last for 70 years! i love love it! also in this place i got someone to write a poem for me and as return we give them 3 euros, support local artists!
Kollwitzplatz is superb square and area in the Prenzlauer Berg district of Berlin that is just a joy to visit.
The architecture here is really good, the square itself has a nice statue and lots of park area,there's a market held here on a Saturday which is very popular, there's also some great bars and cafes in Kollwitzplatz and in...
Nice installation on the river side, just in front of the cathedral and close to DDR museum. It is not a place for a target visit, but seen early you are walking in the area it is a good opportunity to have a break and make a funny photo with friends.
Spend the night before christmas 2017 visiting Zeiss planetarium. Buying tickets for show " Space Rock sympony". The friendly Zeiss ticket staff informed us that we have picked a special performance - we agreed and paid for the tickets. Leaving Zeiss planetarium 55 min later we where in a state of mind we never experienced anywhere visiting Berlin. See the...
We’re actually still sitting at this place and just felt like we needed to write a review instantly. The personal is very friendly and the restaurant is beautifully placed in a nice and calm street. The food was something new for both of us and it was something else. Tasty, beautiful and just perfect.
Wooo that shitake burger and the fries were to die for My partner had a salad that was equally delicious and super fresh. We loved our meal here, it was generous, fairly priced, and if we had more time in Berlin, this would definitely be one of our most visited restaurants. Don't be fooled by how small the place is.
We spent a week in Berlin and our meal at Skykitchen was our best dining experience. The restaurant is not located in central Berlin, so a cab ride is needed for most visitors to get there, but the experience is well worth the effort. We were seated with a view out to the east, not to central Berlin, but it...
Arrived at about 5pm for an early dinner and found a packed house. They managed to squeeze us in and we enjoyed a wonderful dinner. The roasted eisbein is a must. Traditional German, with young and old visiting.
I would start by saying that Ackselhause is a true boutique hotel. The rooms are really spacious and decorated exceptionally. Breakfast each morning was in a Cafe in the building we staid in (two doors down from the office's building/rooms).
Staff was very helpful and friendly. The location was perfect for going to local cafes and restaurants, as well as...
We stayed at the Myers Hotel for three nights in September, and it was a wonderful place to be. The neighborhood is full of sidewalk cafes and elegant old buildings, with Berliners of all kinds walking their dogs and with their children. The hotel itself was great: only 55 rooms, a world-class breakfast, nicely decorated rooms, and art in the...
"Spacious and Great breakfast, Friendly Staff Specially Recommended 'Vineet'"
reviewed 4 days ago by kamaljames
The room and hotel overall are spacious and good breakfast good place to stay. Finally i am happy with Vineet and he will take care of me in the breakfast.all staff are trained,hotel location very close to my office.
Many thanks to you guys - you help make the name Vienna House very easy to remember.
1st time in Berlin and we loved it
The weather was great so we were able to enjoy the roof top area while there which was great
We had a “tiny” room which actually was a good size for us
Enjoyed the gym and the spa , had a great deep tissue massage
Ate in all the outlets which were...
I only stayed here one night but check in went well, very friendly staff. I was offered the choice of a street or garden facing room. I chose garden and it was very quiet. Great modern room, clean and comfortable with fantastic bathroom,with separate shower and bath.
Good food in the Californian Restaurant but quite a small choice.