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It was a real fun to walk at the Friedrichstraße. nice stores and great location. we walked there on our way to Point Charlie. while walking we walked in to a huge chocolate store (Rausch) which is a MUST visit. three stories store which you...More
A very famous street goes back mainly to the 19th and 20th centuries. Was divided between the west and east Berlin after the ww2 and during the "cold war" until the reunification of the city, after the fall of the communist regime. A lot of...More
American honky tonk around the former checkpoint. Also a good free exhibit. The East Berlin side is one of the most expensive shopping areas in Berlin. In one of those ironies common in Berlin, the West Berlin side is a quiet slightly crumbly neighborhood.
There are several famous streets in Berlin,Unter Den Linden and Kurfürstendamm probably spring to mind and Friedrichstraße is another great street .
Its famous for Checkpoint Charlie but if your into your shopping there are innumerable shopping outlets, shopping centres and boutique stores,not my thing...More
While Unter den Linden is the clear main street in Berlin but Friedrichstrasse is probably a good number 2. The length of the road, volume of attractions on it and the variety of them make this one of the premier streets. Historically it has the...More
A very long street connecting Brandenburg gate to the river Speer and continues further. This street offers many shops,restaurants. There are numerous embassies of major countries and the street is not far from the Reichstag and other museums and monuments.The only disadvantage of the street...More
On our way to Checkpoint Charly we went through the Friedrichstrasse. You will find here shops of the upper price range. Directly from the Galleria Lafayett you can walk to the well known Gendarmenmarkt. There are also som e nice restaurants here.
This historical street has been redeveloped after German reunification. Department stores such as Galeries Lafayette opened in the late 1990s.
It is a street with shops, not all high end. There are also car showrooms and plenty of cafes and bars.
This was an easy...More