Berlin guided by local Japane
In recent years, Berlin has been attracting attention as an emigration destination in Europe, but Berlin is still a minor travel destination in Japan. This time, Berlin residents will guide you through Berlin!
■First of all, "Berlin Wall"
Speaking of Berlin, the Berlin Wall. You can't go back to Japan without seeing this.
After World War II, Berlin was divided into east and west, but the walls are left by the hands of the citizens. When I actually go there, I can't help but say, "It's so low ...", but when I think of the shadow that this wall cast on people's hearts, I can't help but feel the history.
East side gallery
・ Address: M? Hlenstra? E 1
10243 Berlin Friedrichshain
Tel .: +49 (0) 30? 25 17 159
・ Business hours: Open all day
・ Regular holiday: Open every day
■Flea market tour on Saturdays and Sundays
The flea market in Paris is famous, but even in Berlin, the flea market is second to none. In fact, most shops in Germany close on Sundays, so it's a good idea to visit the flea market. You can enjoy an atmosphere that is not found in Japan, and there is a possibility that you can find vintage items at a low price, so please come and see them. I recommend these three.
This performance, also known as the Wall Park, is also a place of relaxation for the citizens.
Address: Bernauerstr.63-64, 13355 Berlin
Business hours: Sunday 8: 00-17: 00
Nearest station: Bernauerstr. Station or Eberswalderstr. Station (5 minutes walk)
This is recommended for those who really want to find a good product. You can find things in good condition, such as vials, postcards, and tea sets.
Address: Arkonaplatz, 10435 Berlin
Business hours: Sundays 10: 00-16: 00
Nearest station: Bernauerstr. Station (3 minutes walk)
There are many fashionable cafes in the area, so be sure to check them out as well.
Address: G? Rtnerstra? E 25, 10245 Berlin
Business hours: Sundays from 10:00 to 18:00
Nearest station: Frankfurter Tor station or Samariterstr. Station (10 minutes walk)
Berlin has many memories of its sad history during World War II. There are plenty of places to visit, including the Jewish Museum, the Holocaust Monument, and the Kaiser Wilhelm Church, which was left unburned. As you walk through Berlin, you'll notice golden stones buried in the ground everywhere. Then, when you look into the stone gently, the name, the Christian era, the date and place of death are written on it. You can also see the infamous Auschwitz name. Yes, this is the name of the person who died in persecution. In Germany, efforts are being made to remember that war in this way. When you come to Berlin, take a look at this stone.
If you come to Berlin, be sure to visit the cafes!
Another characteristic of Berlin is that there are many cafes with a nice atmosphere. Originally Berlin was a poor city, the unemployment rate was very high, people were declining to self-employed, and more people may run cafes.
Two and Two
Address: Pannierstr. 6
12047 Berlin / Neuk? Lln
Business hours: Daily 10:00 --18:30
Pro Macchina da caffe
Address: Ackerstr. 173
Business Hours: Monday-Friday 08:00 --18:00
Saturday 09:30 --17:30
Address: g? Rtnerstra? E 4
Business Hours: Monday-Saturday 10.00-00.00
Berlin is a very free and laid-back city. It has the most eco-friendly, animal-friendly, art city, and various titles. Recently, it has become popular as an emigration destination, so please come and visit us!