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All reviews cobbled streets oldest church alt berlin quaint area walking distance from alexanderplatz craft shops alexanderplatz and museum island german restaurants red city destroyed during world war ii spree river walk around east german worth a visit tv tower christmas market nikolaiviertel
Saved the best til last. Nikolaiviertel is my favourite part of Berlin. Nestled away from the hustle and bustle this quarter hosts an array of cafes, restaurants, shops and bars dotted around its cobbled streets and in the shadow of the church.
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The Nicholas Quarter ( Nikoliavietel ) is an absolutely fantastic district of Berlin that I always enjoy visiting on any holiday I take to this most eclectic of cities.
The Nicholas Quarter was always an important area of Berlin,famous for its many taverns,boutique shops and...More
This is the original, historic part of Berlin. However, it was obliterated by the allies in WWII. In the 1980's the East German tried an historic redevelopment. It is great to see the shops and restaurants and well as historic structures like St. Nicholas Church....More
I stumbled upon this quarter trying to find the church with the two spirea. I found the church and then the Quarter. Quaint for sure, and pretty intact from the old days. The Church itself is now the center of the area and is a...More
This is a lively and historical area around St Nicholos church. The area used to belong to the East and had been restored already.
There are many cafes and beautiful old buildings here. You can explore this area and at the same time relax at...More
Spent part of a day in the Nicholas Quarter while on vacation in Berlin with my spouse. We really enjoyed walking around the small area to admire the restored old-style town architecture and pop into shops and restaurants.
The Nicholas Quarter is a small area...More