Hackesche Hofe’ is one of the most famous and most popular places in the new heart of Berlin's Mitte district. There are many little courtyards filled with shops, cafes and restaurants.
Make sure your credit card is ready when you are there ;-)
In this yard you will find the Ampelmannshop. The "Ampelmann" was the pedestrian sign at east German traffic lights. It´s different to the western one and I like it very much.... The things are quite expensive unfortunately, I just bought some stickers.....
I think it´s nice to live in here, well if you don´t mind to find a lot of tourists in front of your house door every day!
This is the most impresssive yard of the 8 yards which belong to the Hackesche Hoefe. The yards are all different.... In this first "Hof" you will find some restaurants, a cinema and a Variete theater for example.
The yard is named after the architect Endell.
A definitive must see is the Hackesche Höve
This unique collection of courtyards is quite beautiful. Several courtyards are connected between a series of apartment buildings. Within the confines of the courtyards, are various shops, restaurants, and spots to enjoy the relaxing atmosphere. It's defintiely worth a visit. It's a great place to take pictures.
A couple of wonderful backyards. When they were built in 1906 they were the biggest linked working and living buildings in europe! Inside there are galleries, theatres, a cinema, bars, cafes etc etc etc...
This is a nice historical area, consisting of many linked courtyards. You'll find many nice cafes, restaurants and shops here and, of course lovely courtyards. :)
A real must: you have to visit these classical renovated backyard houses, today a vibrant quarter with restaurants, shops and an interesting architecture.
Just go inside! There're some shops and cafes.
I knew this place from TV program introducing city-planning in Berlin.
I'm very happy to visit this place!
A gallery and many little shops are surrounding this romantic yard. There is a little well (=Brunnen) in the middle of it....
At the beginning of the eighteenth century Hackescher Markt war still a smelly swampland outside the gates of the city, named after General Lieutenant Chrisoph
A fantastic ensemble of apartments with shops, cafes, restaurants, theatres, clubs, cinemas etc. An example for succesful urban renewal.