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This street is one of Berlin's largest and most elegant commercial districts.
As featured in 3 Days in Berlin
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Berlin, Germany
Kreuzberg
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This long street was once the epitome of the division of this magnificent city ,firmly entrenched in the former East Berlin, Checkpoint Charlie was a stark reminder that the city and its citizens had their lives governed by the victors of WW2, nowadays this street...More

Thank Neil K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Of course we went across Friedrich Str. Not a beautiful street as such but a source of memory and history. Checkpoint Charlie, explanatory panels. Quite interesting.

Thank Christophe M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Friedrich Strasse is a symbol of Berlin ; it maybe is more famous than Kurfürstendamm in the western Side and Unter den Linden in the eastern side ; until 1989 it belonged mostly to East Berlin and approximately at the end of it there was...More

Thank Ulysses336
Reviewed 20 June 2018

February 2018 was there again in this central area of Berlin which is accessible by several U Bahn Metro 🚇 stops all closeby. It is also near Checkpoint Charlie and Unter Den Linden where Brandenburg Gate is located. Lots to see within walking distance plus...More

Thank DoctorVonCueBall
Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile

It is a shopping street, but it confuses people. Down by Checkpoint Charlie you have low end tourist trinkets and trash. Head up a bunch of blocks and you are in high end stores. Most people will not bother to walk far enough to see...More

Thank giffenk
Reviewed 26 May 2018

We walked along the street to our hotel but spent most of our time going through this area in the S-Bahn station. It's like a shopping mall with a transit system that runs through it. Very easy street and station to get around.

Thank Bryan U
Reviewed 20 May 2018

The street has a long history going back to before the second World War. It was home to Checkpoint Charlie during the cold war and the Fiedrichstadt Palast theater is located on it. It is now a major shopping and cultural destination in Berlin. The...More

Thank TAIN2013
Reviewed 29 April 2018

We stayed in a hotel near the Station at the north end of the street. It's very central, the main North South artery and very convenient for transport, shopping and all public services, together with most of the large Humboldt University. Some fine architecture and...More

Thank dtlibra
Reviewed 13 April 2018

This is the major North-South avenue through central Berlin. It crosses several neighborhoods and the center of town. Lots of shopping and eating and some interesting architecture.

Thank Thomas V
Reviewed 2 April 2018

We enjoyed our day in Berlin walking up and down Friedrichstrasse with its shops, cafes and bars. Similar to many large shopping streets in any Capital City this one has a great feel as its very wide and grand.

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