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Large outdoor murals along a stretch of wall in east Berlin. Lots of coll and interesting paintings along the wall each one taking up a few metres in length of the wall. Definitely a must see when in Berlin. Some iconic images can be busy...More
A free art experience. Lots of interesting art painted directly onto an old strip of the Berlin wall. Easy to get to via the S Bahn, go to one station and walk to the river and along the wall and then board the S Bahn...More
Great to see this for the artwork, as a historic landmark but to also realise the size and impact of the wall.
Glad we made the trip out of the city centre to see it. Great views from the bridge of other landmarks too.
very impressive and great fun walk next to the river and well off part of Berlin. It is very close to the Mercedes arena. The wall is amazing and the graffiti is so talented and worth looking at. It’s about 1 mile of the wall...More
Out on a ran around the city and found this mile- long section of the wall by accident. The area still reeks of East European auausterity although there are new builds.
A much more authentic experience than the other remaining parts of the wall, especially...More
A surprisingly long, intact part of the wall that has had art added to the Eastern side. The area is undergoing a lot of regeneration so the pavement was lifted in places and sadly a lot of the artwork has been defaced. Information boards or...More
This is an amazing attraction. I just wish visitors would leave it alone. Having art in public places isn't an invitation for you to add to it or chip away chunks of it. It's nice to walk the length of the wall and see how...More
One of the stops off the red hop on hop off bus. 0ne and a half kilometres of art painted on the berlin wall. Interesting and diverse painting from a number of different artists from all walks of life.
When you arrive at Warschauer Strasse in the heart of the district, you have found one of Berlin’s party hotspots. At night in Friedrichshain, the energy is palpable and the streets of this old worker's quarter are full of street musicians. On one hand, you may find a bar with international crowds, electronic music, long lines and panoramic views - on the other, an outside venue by old train yards featuring decrepit
buildings and live alternative music. No matter your taste, the best way to end a night out in Friedrichshain is sitting by the Spree River at the East side gallery, the longest and best preserved piece of the Berlin Wall, watching the sun rise over the beautiful Oberbaum Bridge.
Response from laanasofia | Reviewed this property |
It's not greatly lit, but you can still see it quite clearly during the night (if you have decent sight). If you want to check out the full details and/or don't have the best pair of eyes, better to go during the day ;-)
Hi, we had a weekend in Berlin last November and will be back soon for 5 full days having found the weekend far too short. We went to the East Side Gallery but fitted it in around a load of other "first time" sight seeing. We would like to spend a day over in that area seeing other things in that part of Berlin. Can anyone recommend places to see and go near the East Side Gallery? We don't tend to go "inside" but love ambling and people watching so looking for streets and squares squares...More
May 05, 2017|
Response fromMartha A|
Thanks for your reply Henry. A lot of good information to add to my notes.
4 days in Berlin - itinerary help please (5 Replies)
Hello TripaAdvisor community, I'll be visiting Berlin next week and have spent some time coming up with an itinerary. Would love some feedback and any recommendations on places I may have missed. Also we love trying local food (currywurst is already on the to-do list) so I'd really appreciate some suggestions for good, traditional (not too expensive) places to eat around Mitte. Sat 14 Jun Reichstag building (already booked) Free walking tour (already booked) Gendarmenmarkt Unter...More
June 05, 2014|
Looks already pretty good, I'd say. What do you intend to see or do in Grunewald forest, the Gleis 17 memorial at the station? Wouldn't it be better and easier to visit Kurfuerstendamm and Tauentzienstrasse with the KaDeWe department store in former West Berlin instead, if you already are in Tiergarten and Charlottenburg? I don't think Tuesday is packed. You'll need some time for the Topography of Terror and the Jewish Museum, but East Side Gallery, the river and Oberbaumbridge won't...More
One day in Berlin (5 Replies)
Hey guys. So we are arriving at Berlin around 2 pm by train and our hotel is next to the Hauptbahnhof. We are leaving for Copenhagen next morning 11 am by Flixbus. Have a few questions here: 1. We are a group of 4 adults and 1 child. We booked Legoland for a slot of 4 pm to 5 pm. This I'm assuming means that we can enter any time between 4 and 5 but not before and not after. Is that correct? So my question is that if we check in at hotel and leave around 3 is it possible for us to have...More
July 04, 2016|
Response fromSafura N|
Thanks for your response. So if we are staying near the Hauptbahnhof wouldn't the reichstag be on our way back to the hotel?