Café at Arnimplatz
Falkplatz and Mauerpark near by
Several possibilities for shopping, cafes in the Schönhauser Allee
The underground station Schönhauser Allee
S-Bahn (city train) and underground stations Gesundbrunnen and the underground
Voltastrasse are 500 m away. From there you can reach every place of the city.
approx. 12 minutes, from Voltastrasse by underground (U8 direction Hermannstrasse)
without changing to the Alexanderplatz
Platz: approx. 18 minutes, from Gesundbrunnen by city train
(different lines) without changing to the Potsdamer Platz|
Berlin: approx. 21 minutes, from Gesundbrunnen by city train (Ringbahn S42)
without changing to the station Messe Nord/ICC|
Garten: approx. 24 minutes, from Gesundbrunnen by underground (U8 direction
Wittenau) to station Osloer Strasse, then by underground (U9 direction Steglitz)
to Zoologischer Garten
Berlin Tegel: approx. 23 minutes, from Gesundbrunnen by city train (Ringbahn
S42) to Beusselstrasse, then by express bus TXL to the airport Tegel |
and places within a radius of 500 m:
Swinemünder Str., Ramlerstrasse, Putbusser Str., Rügener Str,. Graunstrasse
/ Graunstr., Demminer Str. Falkplatz, Kopenhagener Str. Koröser Str., Brunnenstrasse,
Gleimtunnel, Seniorenheim, Diesterweg Oberschule, Bücherei, Friedenskirche,
Mauerpark, Schwedter Str., Max Schmeling Halle
with 2 rooms near Falkplatz - Berlin Prenzlauer Berg
The flat (ca. 50 m²), situated on the 3rd floor , has two rooms, a nice kitchen and a tiled bath with shower. The flat
is suitable for 4 guests.
large room with balcony is equipped with a single bed, sofa, television,
wardrobe and chimney. In the smaller room is a double bed,
a wardrobe, television and a clock radio. In this room is a further single bed
for a 4th guest possible. You
can use WLAN/WiFi free of charge- please ask the host. 2 bicycles are included in the price, you are welcome to use them during your stay.. If you come by car, you can have a own parking space in the backyard for 4 euro per day.
is allowed to smoke here in the apartment. The accommodation does not suit to families with small children.
The apartment lies close to the Mauerparks, which were originally the border lines of the Berlin wall in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg. Every summer evening, they are transformed into gardens for barbecue parties. Once there was even a small camp fire, around which one could comfortably relax while sipping a drink! There is a flea market there on Sundays, which is definitely worth a visit. In the front part of Gleim Street, one can find cafés and bars, one after the other.
tip to go out: The "Ein-euro-Café"
nameless small pub at the corner of Veteranenstraße/Fehrbelliner Straße
actually is less a cafeteria than a protest. In 2003 at the end of June, the wine
merchant Philippe Gross opened it mainly for one single reason: because the high
prices of the pubs in the Prenzlauer
Berg district made him more and more angry. That is why he offers in
his cafeteria all beverages for only one euro. Of course: with such modest sales
you cannot afford an expensive furniture and terrace equipment, so he accepts
those things as present from his guests (Gross accepts all things that are still
nice: from the plush-couch to strange decoration. Opposite to the cafeteria you
find the wine shop of Gross, the "Weinerei", where he offers his wines
with very decent prices, considering the young clientele.
Straße 57, open all days from 10:00 to 20:00)
history of the Schönhauser Allee:
Magistratsschirm, Konopke, Café
Nord, Wäsche-Hoffmann, Uhren-Weist, Colosseum - for decades, the Schönhauser
Allee was the main cult address of East Berlin. The street was a movie star, a
shopping centre and an amusement place. And always there was something to be seen.
The Soviet political leader Breschnew bumped on the pavement in the same way as
one hundred years before the German emperor did on his way to the castle of Niederschönhausen.
the middle of the 19th century, the expansion of Berlin to the northeast took
place beginning at the Schönhauser Tor. The area of the southern Schönhauser
Allee is the oldest district of Prenzlauer Berg. In this time, the breweries were
the pioneers, who installed their beer cellars in the foothills of the Barnim
mountains. The first to do this was the brewery Pfefferbrauerei, in 1841, the
opposite Königstadtbrauerei followed in 1849 as same as the Schultheiß-Brauerei
(today the Kulturbrauerei with cinemas, pubs, galleries and theatre). Shortly
after, at weekend thousands of excursionists populated the idyllic beer gardens.
In 1924, the cinema Colosseum opened on the terrain of the shut down depot of
the former horse tram.
per night and apartment
* Winter reduction does not apply from 28/12-05/01
price per night
Price per. night
|each further guest
cleaning 25 euro, minimum-stay is 2 nights,
Whitsun / Pentecost + Carnival of Cultures, Marathon
minimum stay 4 nights, New
Years Eve 6 nights
Bedlinen and towels are included in the price.
Own parking space
in the backyard for 4 euro per day. 2 bicycles are included in the price, you are welcome to use them during your stay.
Deposit 50 euro
Out of consideration for guests with allergies, pets are unfortunately not allowed.
Breakfast is not offered
Low Emissions Zone (LEZ) – LEZ stickers
The city zone (A) within the S-Bahn-Ring (city train circle) is part of the LEZ. If you do not have a sticker for the LEZ of Berlin city centre, you can find information here, on how to get LEZ stickers for tourists.