ApartHotel Residenz am Deutschen Theater

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Reinhardtstrasse 27a-31, Berlin, 10117, Germany
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Kreuzberg

by 3rdwheel

I've never stayed in the Kreuzberg area before. I'll be staying near Baerstrasse. How is this area? Can anyone recommend a place to buy coffee in the morning? Is there a bakery nearby? Also, does anyone know if there is a Catholic church nearby? Thank you for your help!

Re: Kreuzberg

by stativi

are you talking about BaerWALDstraße? because there is no baerstraße in kreuzberg... if so: it's a bit off the beaten track and it's not the liveliest area, but if you head east to Dieffenbachstraße and Planufer it is really nice with decent restaurants and snack bars. Some bakeries are at Urbanstraße. A catholic-apostolic church is at Wilmsstraße. also nice and not far away is the area around Bergmannstraße (west of Marheinekeplatz).

Re: Kreuzberg

by 3rdwheel

Sorry, it is Baerwaldstrasse. Thanks. Another silly question: is there a doner stand nearby?

Re: Kreuzberg

by blackbirdxx

I hope this link works for you:
http://www.stadtplandienst.de/Map.aspx?sid=C3C8159F7FCB540B05BA6F0F105E57F5
Here you can see the churches around. Good bakeries are quite rare in Berlin and the two of which I know in this area are a walking distance of 2 km. If you walk south to Prinzenstrasse at least you find a supermarket.

Re: Kreuzberg

by mh_uk

I assume that you are staying at the southern end of Baerwaldstrasse, so quite close to the much famed Bergmannstr. No worries, that area is quite lively and you'll find plenty of places to have coffee. Bergmannstrasse, Marheinekeplatz (there is a covered market on that square) and Mehringdamm are good places to look for shops, take-aways (also doners, although i'd recommend shawarma, some good places on Mehringdamm) and cafes.

Re: Kreuzberg

by stativi

oh, there are quite some dönerimbisse around. at least I've seen some at Gitschiner Straße and Urbanstraße.

Travel Tips for Berlin

Kaiser Wilhem's memorial church

by Laura_Mexico

This is the now called Kaiser Wilhem's memorial church, which was almost destroyed during the war and was tore down except for its main tower, which you can see in the picture keeping the traces of its painful history. New modern buildings (for religious purposes, too) have been built around it, and there's nothing inside the church tower anymore, it's only open for visitors to see it.

On metro station

by matcrazy1

There were cameras on platforms of many/all metro (U-bahn) stations in Berlin. The image from the cameras was shown to everyone on TV monitors put on the platform. Did it make the place more safe? I am not sure. Probably yes.

Once I could see one medium-age guy dancing in the middle of a night on a platform there. He didn't look drunk, rather crazy or just different (???). People didn't pay any attention to him.

Stasi Museum

by TinyTuck

(Forschungs- und Gedänkstätte Normannenstraße)
Stasi is a short term for "Staats-Sicherheit" ( = national security) and means the former East German secret service. It used to be a very powerful organziation with its members spying on people in their own country and turning them in whenever they had done or said something against the government and the systeme! People could never be sure if maybe their closest friends and relatives were part of the Stasi, so they had to be quite careful and better keep their thoughts to themselves in order not to take the risk of going straight to prison!
The former Stasi headquarter has now been converted to a little museum, which is really off the beaten path, but pretty interesting. It consists of three floors: on first floor old Stasi observation technique is being demonstrated, you can see bugs and cameras in suitcases, flowerpots, and just about anything, just like in the James Bond movies (but pretty antique). Second floor hosts the former offices and you can walk through them. On third floor there are pictures and texts (German only!) about the history of the German Democratic Republic.

The Berlin Wall

by nigelw6443 about The Shop at the Eastside gallery

Next to the eastside gallery are a couple of souvenir shops. The prices are not too bad. Bring your passport here too and you can get a stamp from Checkpoint Charlie dated from the day the Wall came down. Cost 1euro. Best buys would be a stamp from Checkpoint Charlie dated the day the wall came down. Cost 1 euro, used to be 1 dm but that is the joy of having the new currency!

Also there are some interesting books to buy about Berlins history and the history of the wall etc. Prices are about average.

Prenzlauer Berg

by sabsi about Prenzlauer Berg

This used to be THE alternative area for Berlin, with cheap bars and alternative clubs all over the shop. When I was there it was still like that, my friend said that since Bill Clinton had his beer here on one of his Berlin visits it changed a bit.

One really nice place I remember is a pub called Anita Wronski - but there are many nice ones close to the Watertower at Kollwitzplatz. Creative :)

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