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Berlin's revolutionary heart and immigrant roots can both be found in Kreuzberg, but this central neighbourhood is beginning a new chapter. In the 1950s and '60s, Turkish guest workers settled around Kottbusser Tor, while in the 1980s and '90s, rambunctious squatters and artists gathered to live a carefree life here. An old hospital even became a hotspot of riots between squatters and police. Today you can still find the best kebabs in town and many underground clubs, but a lot has changed as well. The hospital has been transformed into an art center, and increasingly you will find new urban cafés, restaurants and designer shops. Rising housing prices and gentrification threaten the spirit of this area along the Spree River, but the neighbourhood’s legacy is upheld by a very engaged community fighting to preserve its rebellious identity.
A free exhibition with a large section of the wall, lots of photos and accounts of the Nazi party and their treatment of Jews and dissenters. Very contemplative and you can spend some time simply thinking and reading. Peaceful. Nice simple cafe, toilets. Can escape from the rain too.
One of the most comprehensive museum collections I’ve seen. Wouldn’t hesitate to give it 5/5 if there was more of the information translated into English (perhaps I should have concentrated more in German lessons at school) . The layout of the museum is slightly confusing, took me a while to realise some of the halls are on an adjacent site....
"If you only visit one museum in Berlin, make it this one."
reviewed 5 days ago by Keith J
The exhibition ‘Hitler - How could it happen’ tells Hitler’s story from birth to death. The audio guide leads you from room to room and is a compelling history of the rise of the Nazis and their eventual downfall. The story is also told in some harrowing pictures and explanations on wall panels in each of the 30+ rooms. It...
Me and my boyfriend visited the city of Berlin for a week. We decided to visit the games center as my boyfriend did a computer science degree and likes games.
We both really enjoyed our time there and the staff were very friendly.
There was a lot of technology that I didn't know existed. I really enjoyed playing a game...
Since the are preparing a new exhibition the entrance fee is reduced- nice gesture.
If you are into modern art it’s the right place to enjoy and learn a lot.
It’s the first time for me to attend an art exhibition that is aimed for the blind. It’s overwhelming!
In front of some of the paintings they have a model...
"Welcome to Good Burger, Home of the Good Burger..."
reviewed yesterday by rehgallag20
Friggin good burger cooked to medium perfection. Good price. Instagood hipsteresque setting. Loved looking at the stickers everywhere. Had to queue to order and then wait a while, but didn’t mind people watching.
6 of us for a birthday meal, the guys at FES were just brilliant. The food was absolutely amazing, we had the 6 Platter and couldn't fault it. Just the right amount of food and a great mix of flavours and meats. We will be back.
Simple, nice, clean, tranquil and very friendly hotel with wellcoming and helpful hosts. Serving basic and fresh breakfast buffet. A small courtyard for the guests disposition. Walking distance to U-Bahn.
I stayed in this hotel for one night as it was close to the concert hall nearby (tempodrom). It is without a doubt in my mind that without this hotel my trip would have been ruined. During the day I badly sprained my ankle from a fall (no ones fault but my own). When I arrived at the hotel I...
We stayed there for a weekend. The room was spacious and very clean. The bed was very comfy and there even was a small balcony. The staff is really helpful and friendly. The location is excellent - ca. 5-10 mins from Potsdamer Platz, next to a public parking and a metro station! I trully reccommend this place!
We stayed here recently for 2 nights, we both thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Our room was great, with a fab large bathroom with a powerful shower which came with 2 bathrobes & slippers. We had breakfast each morning which offered a fab selection of foods from fruit, yogurts, cold meats, hot foods from self service to been able to order...
"Nice central location, nice amenities, lovely breakfast"
reviewed 13 September 2018 by bonitadc
We chose this location because it was close enough to the Berlin wall and also close to a friend's apartment. The location was ideal, tons of places to eat on both sides of the avenue. We were driving a car, and the hotel provide parking (for a fee) which was safe. Once we arrived we opted not to drive, as...