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You may not realize Moabit is one of the city’s most central neighbourhoods when you arrive at Hauptbahnhof (central station). Surrounded by waterways, Moabit is a quiet island protected from the hustle and bustle of Berlin. The crowds that do gather prefer spending their evenings in cozy restaurants over the party venues offered by other districts. With its beautiful parks, old housing and romantic industrial areas, life has traditionally been relaxed and a bit slower here. But the tone may soon be changing. Reasonable housing costs and proximity to city centre are attracting more young Berliners and international visitors. This interest is encouraging new bars, cafés and nightclubs, making Moabit a candidate for most up-and-coming neighbourhood in the city.
Car nerd's heaven! Lots and lots of cars of all kinds, brands and ages, many of them very exclusive. This is not a museum but a combined garage, automobile dealers and storage. There is no entrance fee and they have a nice restaurant too. A bit tricky to find.
Our first time in Berlin and we took a train to Prague from here. We recognized the building from seeing it on the TV series Homeland. There are four levels here, the top level is for metro area trains and the lowest level is for long distance trains. This building is very huge, we had stored our luggage here in...
Observation Decks & Towers, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Well worth the time and effort"
reviewed 1 week ago by surbiker
We went in August and there were two tours that day in English. One at 1100, the other at 1300. There are 155 steps up the stairs to begin the tour and as many during it but it is well worth the time and effort.
"A confusing name but an interesting Contemporary Art gallery"
reviewed 27 May 2018 by Ian_S_M
This is far more extensive than we first realised. We should have done a bit more homework before going round as we ended up missing some of the modern art that we wanted to see. The exhibitions change so it is important to research just prior to going. We enjoyed it and will go back to catch up. It has...
Take a five minute walk detour from Alexanderplatz, to see Block der Frauen/Block of Women, located in a very small park, in Rosenstraße, which was the site of the Old Synagogue, destroyed in World War II. The memorial represents the brave women, who successfully protested against the Nazis, for the release of their Jewish men folk, who were going to...
$$ - $$$ • German, Bar, European, Central European
"A pub we want at home"
reviewed 1 June 2018 by TaxiFaber
Having just climbed out of the innards of the Berlin metro system at Birkenstrasse station,counting the many stairs, this is what you need to revive yourself. Lots of interesting and reviving beers on tap and in bottles and a small but interesting menu for small and big appetites. We had the Berlin classics: a curry wurst and two sausages plus...
Worth a visit. They have a number of vegan burgers available. They also make some of their own sodas: the mint and elderflower is almost like a virgin mojito. They have some good lunch deals. I got a burger, fries and drink for €8.50.
Quite nice. Recommend visiting.
$$$$ • French, European, Central European, Contemporary, Fusion
"Rememberable fine dining experience in Berlin "
reviewed 3 weeks ago by Tezin-Gyalpo
We love food of all kinds
Fine dining was an unique experience in any city and this time we reviewed and chose this restaurant
Not regret at all
Located and decorated as an old train station, white and elegant
Beautiful dishes and skillful wine selection helpful staff
Try it you will be back again
Currently staying here at the start of our European trip. We picked the Hotel for its location near the main rail station. You can’t get closer. As we use Hop On Hop Off buses, we couldn’t have done better, the bus stop is immediately outside.
Breakfasts are excellent, great choice and everything very fresh. The rooms are a very good...
Service minded staff, and very good breakfast with Juice machine running on cold fresh oranges.
Very large Hall with lots of seats and space to relax.
Free parking spots on the street outside the hotel.
The free Wifi was running very fast.
Stayed at this hotel with 3 freinds on a short break in April 2018. The hotel was great value and the quality of the accommodation was excellent. Breakfast is a must and the staff were very helpful in sorting out early check in for our group.
New quite chic hotel located just across the road from central station. Also has easy connection to centre via tram or even as easy walk. Rooms spacious and well presented. Good breakfast. Staff are friendly and helpful
This is a no-frills, budget hotel, with a lobby that has higher pretensions. The rooms have no frills - indeed barely have anything in them at all - but are new, clean & comfortable. Good breakfast available, and the staff is super-friendly. The location is extremely convenient if you are arriving at the Hauptbahnhof. I would definitely stay again.