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thanks uWritten 8 May 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- An amazing show! This was our first experience seeing a drag show and we were overwhelmed with how funny and enjoyable it was. The small quaint venue added to the experience and the host, Ludwig was incredibly gracious with his hospitality. The cast were fantastic and incredibly funny.Written 14 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This park is small and immaculately sculpted with statuary and stone balustrades outlining the perimeter. The trees are big and beautiful and there is a cafe built into one of the side walls. Neukoln has plenty of green space between Tempelhof and some of the surrounding parks, but this one stands out as the most refined.Written 4 June 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great bathhouse and swimming pool that is worth visiting for the classic art deco architecture alone, as well as to have a regular cultural swim and sauna spa experience German style.
Nice cafe attached to spa area.
The only down side was the slightly grumpy woman at the cash desk, and the fact that the swimming pool attached to the spa was closed for a private function whilst I was there, and I was not initially told the directions to the main swimming pool.
But all in all highly recommended for anyone who wants to see a bit of the real Berlin and who is a continental spa/sauna fan like me.Written 21 February 2020
- Probably the biggest mosque in Berlin. Car parking spaces (along with the road) is enough for regular times but not enough for Friday prayer.Written 29 April 2016
- I had listed all the fleamarkets in Berlin in advance, this seemed a bit obscure, special and far away so I was mainly expecting some sad polyester. I was delighted already by the first stall selling superb quality stretch cotton corduroy in a blue and green pattern very similar to a Prada print I just saw on Kurfuerstendamm. The price was 4 euros per meter so I bought 5 metres and also fuchsia coloured light linen print for 3 euros. Many vendors were selling printed jerseys, luckily I found yet another specializing in remnants from upmarket brands from whom I bought light weight bright red linen for 3 euros, printed cotton stretches as well and a wonderfull fluffy blue wool for 8 euros. The haberdashery on sale was rather expensive in contrast. The other half of the market consisted of artists selling their own products. Location by the river was beautifull as well and easy to find from the Schönleinstrasse U-bahn.Written 12 October 2017
- Georg Elser was a Communist Party member, who worked painstakingly to make a bomb that could kill Hitler. In the event, Hitler (who was habitually late) arrived early to deliver a speech, so Elser's bomb in the podium from where he spoke, blew up harmlessly about 30 minutes after Hitler had already left. Elser was hunted down and caught by the Gestapo: he had nearly made it to Switzerland and safety. Instead he died in a camp. This simple but effective memorial (he was held in a Gestapo prison which used to be nearby) is illuminated at night and is 5-6 metres high. There's an information plaque nearby.Written 20 January 2020
- Great vibe, reasonable prices, interesting and atmospheric set-up. But we found it really hard to find with no info about this on the website!! You have to come into the arcade and take the lift up to carpark 5 and then walk round the cornerWritten 21 July 2020
- I went here for a drink with colleagues. While the vibes are nice, the place seems a bit worn down and definitely not clean. The beer I had was watery.Written 28 December 2021
- best club in the most vibrant hood in berlin! beautiful, creative, playful, cosy, weird place for techno/live concerts/variete/theatre and a lot more. as unique as the city itself..i can highly recommend to visit this place when you're aroundWritten 19 December 2016
- Great place to find some nice & Vibtage fashion They sell a lot of good stuff there with cheap price. They even have a real DJ.Written 20 September 2019
- Incredible, little art gallery! The owner, a nice girl from Beijing, exhibits and, of course, sells her paintings. Some are full size tableaus, but she also has painted postcards. Definitely worth a visit...Written 24 May 2015
- We visited the museum, but we weren't that impressed. Maybe there are sometimes better exhibitions than when we were there. The building itself is an old beer brewer.Written 11 January 2020
- The owner of this museum, who recently passed away, amassed an amazing collection of more than 3000 puppets, dating from the mid-1800s to the present, and about 100 are well displayed here at the museum. This is a great opportunity to see puppets from all over Europe, and to learn a little about the history of puppetry in Germany, Czechoslovakia and elsewhere in Central Europe. This is a great opportunity to see this almost-forgotten art form, and I encourage you to visit!Written 20 November 2018