Between Brandenburg Gate and the new Hotel Adlon, the Art Academy is a place to enjoy art exhibitions and events or shopping in the small shop in ground floor. Don't miss the building architecture.
Boxhagener Platz is in the East side of Berlin, so it's no surprise in this flea market the main theme is "ostalgie" (nostalgie form the Eastern Germany times). You may find that mainly everything is just junk, but it always hides a little something for everyone.
If you're lucky enough, it could even be cheap.
The flea market opens every sunday from 10:00 to 18:00.
A unique collection of garden styles from China, Japan, Korea, Bali and the Middle East.It was produced in very close cooperation with Berlin’s sister city Peking.
You could even enjoy an authentic tea-ceremony.
Apr-Oct, 9:00-20:00; Mar-Oct, 9:00-18:00; Nov-Feb, 9:00-16:00;
*S7 Marzahn/Bus 195
*U5 Hellersdorf/Bus 195
I found this place by wandering into a random entranceway off a busy sidestreet in Berlin. A small and beautiful graveyard with elaborate headstones. 2 rows of poplar trees line and shelter the walkways and shrubs, flowering bushes and vines take over the rest.
Very Tranquil and comforting - yet eerie and the same time.
Exactly what one would expect from a German cemetary.
From Berlin to the beach in 40 minutes!
There's one beach in Berlin. Wannsee, where the people escape when weather gets warm. It's a sand beach 1,275 metres long and 80 metres wide where you can have sunbaths or swim in the summer.
The buildings are interesting New Objectivity style designed by R. Ermisch in late 1920s.