Berlin - Friedrichshain (PDF Chapter)
This is the Friedrichshain chapter from Lonely Planet’s Berlin guidebook.
The eastern district of Friedrichshain is famous for high-profile GDR-era relics such as the longest surviving stretch of the Berlin Wall (the East Side Gallery), the socialist boulevard Karl-Marx-Allee and the former Stasi headquarters. But it’s at night that Friedrichshain truly comes into its own.
- confront the ghosts of the Cold War at the East Side Gallery, showing the world’s longest outdoor artwork on a 1.3km-long vestige of the Berlin Wall
- party till sunrise and beyond in the rough-around-the-edges bars, clubs and concert ven-ues of RAW Gelände
- forage for treasure at the Sunday flea market on Boxhagener Platz, followed by brunch in a nearby cafe
- restaurants & bars
Coverage includes: Neighbourhood Top Five, Local Life, Getting There & Away, Sights, Eating, Drinking & Nightlife, Entertainment, Shopping.
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