Berliner Bed & Breakfast

Langenscheidtstr. 5a, Berlin, Germany

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  • Brilliant Bed & Breakfast


    This bed and breakfast is one of the best I have ever stayed in!

    The service is friendly and helpful. The rooms come in a variety of styles & sizes and are very clean. The room rates are VERY reasonable for such a large city and they would appeal to those looking for good quality rooms as well as those travelling on a budget. There is a kitchen for guests to use, so if you wish to go self-catering you can!

    The owner is very friendly and always willing to answer your questions about Berlin!

    It is in a lovely quiet area, however it is only a few minutes from the city centre by U-Bahn. So whether you like to be up and about early OR out and about late..... I can recommend this as a place to stay. If I ever return to Berlin, I will certainly be staying here.

    Unique Quality: Location- The combination of it being in a quiet area, so I could sleep when I wanted, as well as the city centre being so accessable.

    The owner is very friendly and speaks both German and English.

    Lovely, comfortable & clean rooms.

    Variety of room sizes, from 1 person to 5 people.

    Directions: 1 mins walk from U-Bahn station "Kleistpark"

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by Katrino

Hi all,

We're visiting Berlin in a few weeks. My boyfriend is a record collector(LP's, no classic music) and he is wondering where he can find recordshops in Berlin?

Thanks xxx

Re: Recordshops?

by Turtleshell

I think all of the stores listed below have vinyl LPs, but I would not bet on it.
Please note that record sellers in Berlin are NOTORIOUS for being UNFRIENDLY, in fact they are worse than taxi drivers. Yes, there are exceptions, but consider yourself warned.

Downtown (Vinyl only)
186 Brunnenstraße (Mitte area, subway: Rosenthaler Platz)

Rotation Records
3 Weinbergsweg (Mitte)

Mr. Dead & Mrs. Free
5 Bülowst. (Subway Nollendorfplatz)

81 Petersburger St. (Friedrichshain)

Bis aufs Messer
Recordstore & Art Gallery
107 Marchlewski St. (Friedrichshain)

Groove Records
36 Pücklerst (Kreuzberg)

Melting Point
55 Kastanienallee (Mitte/Prenzlauer Berg) (nothing to see there)

Hard Wax
Paul-Lincke-Ufer 44a (Kreuzberg)

Space Hall
33 Zossener St. (Kreuzberg)

Freak Out (mostly Indie)
23 Rykestr. 23 (Prenzlauer Berg)

4 Oderberger Str (Prenzlauer Berg)

Vopo (Punk, Metal)
31 Danziger St

Re: Recordshops?

by stativi

Most recordstores in Berlin are focussed to one or more (similar) musicstyles, so it would be best if you tell us about his favourite styles.
for example hardwax is the best in electronic music (mainly techno/house), while mr dead and ms free is where the indiepeople go and VoPo is where the punks/HC go.
anyway, I found it a legend that the sellers there are unfriendly. they're just maniacs and very aware of the general rules regarding vinyl (plus they're sometimes a bit arrogant, especially if they're "masters of their style"). if you're the same type of record collector, then they can get the coolest people around. and really friendly are for example the guys in Bis auf's messer (Hardcore, experimental metal, doom metal).
the list of turtleshell is of course and as always very good.
just have to add

core tex (HC, punk)
club sound (electronic club sounds)
dig a little deeper (torstraße 102, drumnbass to jazz)
one in niederbarnimstraße, friedrichshain (forgot the name, has to be number 8 or 9)
a new one in Krossener Straße (friedrichshain) which focusses on jazz and before 90s rock/pop
soultrade (
deeroy's dubstore (Pappelallee 9 Prenzlauer Berg, reggae, dub)

Re: Recordshops?

by Katrino

Thanks lot for the list of shops!

Travel Tips for Berlin

Tour Companies -Check Around

by grishaV1

There are many tour companies which offer tours around Berlin and places outside that are near. Check around to make sure you get the best price. One tour I thought was a good price at 15 Euros for 4 hours around the city, then someone tells me its one for only 7.50 Euros to see the same places if you have a welcome card, plus its a very nice group that runs it. I took this one. Its called "Berlin Walks" and was rated by TIME magazine the best sightseeing tour in 2002.

By foot, by car or bus they can arrange for individual or a group. They have five tours, 1. "Discover Berlin", all in one main sights tour of Berlin. 2 Infamous Third Reich Sites, of course this shows the dark parts of Berlin history, maybe you like to see this sort of thing. 3. Jewish Life in Berlin, takes you through the old Jewish quarters of the city. 4. Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial Tour-VERY GOOD, go if you can!. 5. Discover Potsdam, which takes you to Potsdam to see the smaller town and architecture.

Tour 1 is everyday, and meets at 10am or 2.30pm at the Zoogarten Station out in front. April through October, but in Nov. through March only at 0am every day.

Tour 2 is mostly Saturdays and Sundays meeting at 10am April through October. May-Sept it meets on Wed. Fri. Sat. and Sun.

Tour 3 is only on Mondays meeting at 10am, May-Sept.

Tour 4 April through Oct. Tuesdays and Saturdays at 10.15am. May-Sept. Tues. Thurs. and Sat and Sun at 10.15am

Tour 5 is only on Saturdays meeting at 9.40 May through Sept.

Rates are: Tour 1: 12 Euros for adults, 9 for those under 26 or welcome card holders.

Tour 2 or 3: is 10Euros, 7.5 for 26 and under, and welcome carders

Tour 4 and 5: is 15 Euros, or 11.20 for 26 and under, or welcome carders. I liked to take these tours with a group and having a guide who knows so much about the city to explain things even history to you.

If you need to buy tickets for the transport, you can do so from the tour guide. To take these tours all you do is have to stand out in front of Zoogarten Station at the times, where you see the sign "Berlin Walks Tours"! The guide will very friendly gather you up!

Cash or Cards

by Cham

Now I'm not sure if it was just the people that i was with but i rarely saw people using plastic to pay for meals or shopping... most of it was all with cash.

The problem is, many atm's are situated inside banks so late at night it can be a pain to find somewhere to get money. so take euros with you.

Learn about "The US Berlin Brigade..

by Maria250

.. In a moving ceremony the Berlin Brigade, which had existed for 49 years, was dissolved on July 12th 1994 by Bill Clinton, the US President then in office. The ceremony took place in Berlin Lichterfelde on the "4th of July Platz" (former the 4th ring), very next to the McNair Barracks..Berlin was reunited and a free city again. The US mission was finished, the Berliners had to say "Good bye" to their American friends. They never forget what the Allies had done for them in the past.."

Zehlendorf In Ocilla, a small town in the State of Georgia, a Berlin-Zehlendorf local was honored (2006) for creating a website for keeping alive the memories of former Berlin Brigade members (BBDE) and US-Allies. In honoring this Zehlendorfer the Americans are thanking Reinhard von Bronewski (59), who has maintained his homepage in memory of his American friends.

Designer shopping

by Bushman23 about KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens)

Ah, where to begin!? the most fantastic "designer" shop i've ever been in. Everything from Gucci, to Hilfiger, Lacoste, Diesel, Levi's, Hugo Boss, Versace... And thats just the mens level! There's almost everything in this shop, but it's everything at the top end of the range, so its EXPENSIVE! Mainly clothing in this store, though they do have a large book section (All in german though), and a fantastic toy department (what?). And their food department is out of this world! oh dear... I didn't even take my wallet.


by Silverstar about Kreuzberg

To say it in short: Kreuzberg is the alternative scene of Berlin. The picture on top of this page is also taken in that part of the city. You find here everything: art, music, theater, dance, experimental things,... A must to see!


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Address: Langenscheidtstr. 5a, Berlin, Germany