Once an East Berlin neighbourhood, Friedrichshain is a famous for its street art, open-air markets, parks, quirky cafes, museums and sidewalks, making it one of the Berlin’s artsy hub. This vibrant and expressive district’s bustling streets and riverside green spaces invite visitors to get cozy and unwind after a long day.
Over the course of time, the area has been completely taken over the gentrifications yet keeping its historical background very much preserved in its famous sites like the techno-club, Berghain, the historical Karl-Marx-Allee and the largest remaining section of the Berlin Wall called the East Side Gallery. The district is also home to Berlin’s oldest public park, Volkspark Friedrichshain, which was used by the Nazi military during World War II. Today, the neighbourhood’s urban space is used as a significant platform for expressing liberal thinking. Many cultural and social gatherings take place on the street of Friedrichshain that’ll keep you engaged throughout your stay in Berlin City. If you are looking for some exciting nightlife here, there are plenty of bars, clubs, night-time hotspots, to get your party on. This dazzling place is a good choice to spend your summer holidays as it has something for every taste!
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A part of the former East Berlin neighbourhood, Friedrichshain is home to coolest squares, tree-line streets, lively flea market and sprawling lush green parks. This trendy and gentrified neighbourhood earlier attracted diverse inhabitants after reunifications owing to the low rents but today, the district is one of the most hotspots of the city. A great way to relax and feel the city vibe is to rent our fully furnished apartments in Friedrichshain. Our premium apartments are located close to everything whether its cafés, bars, shopping stores or nightclubs, so it can be a great place to spend enjoy your extended stay in Berlin city. We offer facilities for those unforgettable Berlin local experience while keeping you close to all the action.
Dancing to the tunes of street music, watching a great film, sun gazing along the River, relishing the cinematographic arts or enjoying a night life at Cassiopeia are some of the major highlights of Friedrichshain culture. The district is home to many awesome places and creative street art, offering you the glimpses of some of the greatest ways to feel the free spirit that the city brings. The heart of this neighbourhood lies in-the Simon-Dach street, which is home to bohemian bars, terraces and clubs, is loved by tourists and cherished by locals. Exhibitions, festivals, culture shindigs and much more keeps this district busy while introducing visitors to the area’s history, culture and bohemian lifestyle, wrapped up in a multi-cultural atmosphere.
One of the famous attractions in Friedriechshain is the shopping scene here. The area is home to the popular Sunday flea market that is heldaround Boxhagener Platz and indie boutique shops. The flea market has a rich collection of products ranging from antiquities to clothes, jewellery and international food. Small dealers and vendor here are selling thousands of unique finds at reasonable rates. Enjoy a great afternoon, browsing the shops in this area and indulging in some delicious treats. The amazing shops and boutiques at Boxhagener Platz street attracts people from all over Berlin and the world. Some of the popular shops in this area includes Antikmarkt am Ostbahnhof, RAW Flohmarkt, Sometimes Coloured and YackFou, among others.
The area is easily accessible and is well-connected to the rest of city, making your commute in this area via public transit quick and convenient. The east and westward location of this district is served by the S-Bahn line- S3, S5, S7 and S9 and for travelling the north- and southwards, board the S 8 ad the Circle Line (S42/S43). Also, if you are looking for fastest commute towards westwards, metro lines U1 and U5 is the best travel option. The area offers direct connecting line to Schönefeld Airport via the S9. For travelling and getting around the intercity neighbourhoods, the Ostbahnhof located in the Friedrichshain quarter is a connecting station.