Victors Residenz Hotel Berlin

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Am Friedrichshain 16-18, Berlin, 10407, Germany
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  • Solo66
  • Business68

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Pet shops in Berlin

by Huputiti

Are there any pet shops in central Berlin? If someone knows, can you please give me the address? I'm looking for all kinds of things for cats.

Re: Pet shops in Berlin

by blackbirdxx

central Berlin does not exist, as this town doesn't have a real center, but all the major department stores (e.g. Karstadt)have a pet shop section

Re: Pet shops in Berlin

by ATLC

There are a great many addresses but it's a bit difficult to recommend one.
Words to google for are 'Katzen Handlung Geschäft Tierhandlung' and then 'Berlin' of course.

Re: Pet shops in Berlin

by Turtleshell

> but all the major department stores (e.g. Karstadt)have a pet shop section

Yes, but they won't sell you cats or dogs. Perhaps they have mice or hamsters but probably not anything bigger. I'd venture to say they sell no other live animals but fish.

For cats and dogs you'd have to contact a breeder, better yet, contact an animal shelter. Those, however, are situated somewhat outside of Berlin where they have plenty of space to accomodate the animals.

Map:
http://www.tierschutz-berlin.de/index.php?id=18

S-Bahn 7 to Ahrensfelde, change for bus 197 (direction: Falkenberg). Exit at "Tierheim Berlin". From there it's an 8-minute walk to the shelter.

Re: Pet shops in Berlin

by Turtleshell

*Gagh*, sorry I missunderstood your post. I thought you wanted to buy a cat and wondered why in the world one would buy an animal in foreign city only to carry it all the way home. Stupid me.

Re: Pet shops in Berlin

by Huputiti

Hey, don't worry Turtleshell :) I was a little inaccurate with my question. What I meant was all kinds of toys, bowls, cat baskets etc. because they are much more expensive in Finland. Thanks all for your responses :)

Re: Pet shops in Berlin

by abalada

http://www.branchen-baer.de/firmen-von-a-z/tiere/katzenbedarf.html

Re: Pet shops in Berlin

by stativi

The biggest pet shops in Berlin are not in the center. Of course there are some smaller ones, for example:

Zoo Wendland,
Damaschke Strasse 32
Ecke Joachim Friedrich
10711 Berlin
(Charlottenburg)

Fressnapf
Stresemannstraße 68
10963 Berlin
(Mitte/Kreuzberg)


DAS FUTTERHAUS
Hermannplatz 10
10967 Berlin
(Kreuzberg/Neukölln, inside of Karstadt)

Re: Pet shops in Berlin

by Huputiti

Thanks :)

Travel Tips for Berlin

Unter den linden

by deeper_blue

Unter den linden (or under the lime trees) is one of the main streets in Berlin, there are a lot of important buildings on this street. It stretches from the Brandenburg Gate to the schlossbrucke through the Mitte district.

Washing and cleaning clothes

by matcrazy1

My Holiday Inn Garden Court hotel didn't offer any washing/cleaning clothes service. But they recommended me Karsten Riesner Textilpflege at nearby Schlüterstraße (district Charlottenburg). It was just by Chic second-hand store. From Ku-Damm turn northwards to Schlüterstraße, go almost at the end on the block, look on your right. Price list on my picture, enlarge please. Hmm... what is "Hemd"?

There were quite many washing services in Berlin's dowtown - ask at your hotel.

Internet Cafes

by Mandy23

Internet Cafes

There are several internet-cafes that are centrally located in the city, for example the 'Easy Everything' at Kurfuerstendamm/Meinekestrasse or the 'Website' at Joachimsthaler Strasse.

Easy Everything:

Address: Kurfuerstendamm 224, 10719 Berlin

HOW TO GET THERE
By train: Bahnhof Zoo
By U-Bahn: Kurfuerstendamm
By bus: 109/ 129

Other internet cafes:

ALL eins e.V.
Friedrichshagener Strasse 10, Koepenick

Alpha InternetCafe
Dunckerstrasse 72, Prenzlauer Berg

C Fox Station Spandau
Seegefelderstrasse 1, Spandau

C Fox Station Ostbahnhof
Am Ostbahnhof 9, Friedrichshain

Hellnet Hellersdorf
Ernst Bloch Strasse 39, Hellersdorf

Hellnet Neukoelln
Karl Marx Strasse 66, Neukoelln

Internet Terminal
Kantstrasse 38, Charlottenburg

Internetwork Berlin
Gaudystrasse 1, Prenzlauer Berg

Mystery Island
Leibnizstrasse 17, Charlottenburg

Netlounge
Auguststrasse 89, Mitte

Stumbling Blocks (Stolpersteine)

by nicolaitan

Throughout Berlin, much of Germany ( except Munich ), and scattered throughout other countries including Hungary and Austria are 10x4 cm concrete blocks covered by brass plates set into the sidewalks commemorating the last residence of Jews, Gypsies, Jehovah's Witnesses, and homosexuals deported to their deaths during the National Socialist era. Each bears the name, date of birth deportation and death, and location of death of the victim. There are now more than 14000 mostly in Germany. Set into the sidewalk, they are meant to be walked upon to keep them shiny and perhaps to stumble over.

The stumbling blocks are the work of Gunter Demnig, an artist born in Berlin and living in Cologne. The first were placed in Cologne in 1994 and Berlin received its first stumbling blocks two years later. Initial resistance in most cities has faded and the number grow, the costs covered by contributions from organizations and private individuals at 95Eu apiece. These do not commemorate groups or millions but individualize the horrors which began in these buildings and ended in camps. For his work, Demnig holds the Order of Merit of the German government and has been honored by Jewish history societies as well.

The largest group imaged is from the apartment building next to the Jewish Free School. Others are taken from the entrance region to the Hachescher Hofe.

Q-Dorf

by seasonedveteran about Q-Dorf

Very excellent disco. There is three or four different rooms, and even live pole dancers, and as the night progress into the early hours of the morning, it becomes even more happening, and more risk-A in rating. Hope nudity is okay with you... Berlin being the most progressive city, it has a male dancer as well. watch out!

Music is great, drinks like all of germany are decently priced, and the crowd has a good variety. although there was bit too much sketchy looking people like someone who looks like somebodys mom and dad watching the strip show. was weird....

Q-Dorf! Berlin also has some great techno shows and such.

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Address: Am Friedrichshain 16-18, Berlin, 10407, Germany