Konditorei du Bonheur

Skråt over for U-Bahn-stationen Bernauerstrasse ligger den franske konditor Du Bonhour, der gør det ud i pariser-pâtisserie.

Fransk morgenmad med æg, croissanter, ost, brioche og pain au chocolat, og alt godt til eftermiddagskaffen, f.eks. små tærter og Monkey Bites (noget helt fortryllende af dej med kanel og mange kalorier). Et skønt, franskinspireret sted, hvor man bør unde sig selv et glas lyserøde bobler.

Brunnenstraße 39, 10115 Berlin U-Bhf Bernauerstrasse (U8)

Loppemarked på Arkonaplatz

Madmarked om fredagen, loppemarked om søndagen.

Det skal efter sigende være et af Berlins bedste loppemarkeder. Man kan også spille bordtennis, snuppe en pølse i pølsevognen mens børnene leger på legepladsen ved siden af.

Arkonapl., 10435 Berlin U-bhf Bernauer Strasse (U8)

Enoiteca Il Calice

Ligger kun tre minutters gang fra Kurfürstendamm. Stedets Vitello Tonnato skulle være til at dø for, ligesom deres crème brûlée. Om sommeren kan man sidde udenfor.

Walter-Benjamin-Platz 4, 10629 Berlin

Barcomi’s Deli

På jagt efter Berlins bedste cheesecake? Det er nok hos Barcomi du finder den !

Vi har prøvet det nogle gange – stort udvalg, også af lækker mad. Kan absolut anbefales. Er du i Hackesher Markt området, så SKAL du prøve denne. Ligger 600 meter derfra.

Sophienstr. 21 (2. Hof)
10178 Berlin

Magic Mountain

Rain storms can be dangerous for those hiking in the mountains, but there’s no reason to worry about that here in flat Berlin: Magic Mountain in Wedding is worth a visit in any weather, provided you’re not afraid of heights. This mountain is all about climbing with parcourses with different levels of difficulty for climbing, while newbies can practise scrambling and then take a break at the café afterwards.

When: Mon, Wed, Fri 12 noon – 12 midnight, Tue/Thu 10 am – 12 midnight, Sat/Sun 10 am – 11 pm

Magic Mountain Kletterhallen, Böttgerstr. 20-26, Mitte

Berliner Unterwelten – Tunnel under muren, fra øst til vest

As a new highlight, since November 2019, an original escape tunnel from 1970/71 can be seen – eight metres below the surface. This is accessed via a visitors’ tunnel approximately 30 metres in length, which was built by Berlin Underworlds over a period of a year and a half.  It is the only real escape tunnel which can still be visited today.

Ever since the SED regime erected the Berlin Wall in August 1961, there have been repeated attempts to cross the deadly barriers through the urban sewer system or self-dug tunnels, thus gaining access to freedom. The first tunnel project “ran” in October 1961, the last failed in 1982. In total, more than 70 tunnels were started, of which, however, only 19 were successful. Through them, over 300 citizens of the GDR managed to make it from East to West Berlin to freedom. There were spectacular successes, betrayals and bitter failures. Soon, a veritable “cat and mouse game” developed between the tunnel builders and the GDR State Security, with increasingly difficult conditions for the escape helpers and refugees.

On this two-hour tour, we not only tell stories of the escape tunnels. The Berlin ghost stations, their seemingly perfect security against so-called border violators, and the sealing off of the sewage system against underground escape attempts are also extensively covered.

After a visit to the themed exhibition rooms in the civil defence facility in Blochplatz, travel by “subway shuttle” to Bernauer Strasse, a hotspot during the building of the Wall and a focal point in escape tunnel construction. Over a distance of just 350 metres, the border installations here were tunnelled under seven times. The exceptionally low ground water level made the creation of deeper escape tunnels possible. Near this authentic historical setting, we return to the underground. In the cellars of the former Oswald-Berliner Brewery, we explain by means of original scale tunnel replicas betrayed and failed tunnel projects, as well as the two most successful and spectacular projects from the time of the Berlin Wall – “Tunnel 29” and “Tunnel 57”.

Meeting point with ticket:
next to the Ticket- and Bookshop,
Brunnenstraße 105, 13355 Berlin

Kilde : Berlin Unterwelten
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Olympia Stadion

Et besøg på det olympiske stadion er næsten et must, både for at indsnuse Berlin, men også historien. Man kan næsten høre Hitler stå og skrige sine taler ud over folket.

Stadion ligger i et meget hyggeligt område – det er et godt udflugtsmål.

U bahn kører lige dertil.

Bayerisches Viertel

“Juden dürfen keine Haustiere mehr halten” – kan man stadig læse på et skilt i Bayrisches Viertel.

Her er historien stadig levende. I det tidligere jødiske kvarter kan man kigge både op på lygtepælene og ned i fortovet. Et kunstnerprojekt har fået lov at blive hængende: skilte, der på den ene side citerer en lov, med datoen for indførelsen, som begrænser jøders aktiviteter op gennem trediverne, og på den anden side en ikon, som betegner den pågældende restriktion. Her er historien en aktiv del af hverdagen.”

Gleis 17 Memorial

Mindesmærke for jødetransporter fra Berlin.

Fra oktober 1941 og marts 1945 blev ca. 55.000 jøder deporteret til nazisternes koncentrations- og dødslejre østpå. De fleste blev sendt med tog fra spor 17.

Reparation af mobil

Konsolenwelt, Kantstrasse 65, 10627 Berlin (C) allesgut.berlin
Konsolenwelt, Kantstrasse 65, 10627 Berlin (C) allesgut.berlin

Vi har god erfaring med, at få skiftet både batteri og skærm på mobiltelefon (Iphone) her hos Konsolenwelt. Priserne er absolut overkommelige.

Kantstraße 65, 10627 Berlin