Hotel Am Anhalter Bahnhof
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
Photos of Hotel Am Anhalter Bahnhof
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Am Anhalter Bahnhof Berlin
Travel Blogs from Berlin
... we of course had to stop to sample a couple of the delicious offerings. One thing that caught our attention as we walked by was called Raclette which at this particular stand was an amazing flame broiled wheel of cheese that they scraped off the bubbling top layer and used to cover fingerling potatoes. It tasted ten times better than I can possibly put into words here. Unfortunately between the five of us it was gone so quickly that we didn’t have a chance to take ...
... to see. And people have created cool artwork all over it. We walked most of the length of what was remaining and took some pictures here and there of artwork that stood out to us. Then we found a nature project that looked like some outdoorsy hippie area. It was interesting and a nice spot to stop and soak up the sun. I need to be warm. I'm sick of being cold. And Europe is like bipolar with their weather in the summer. It can be hot as hell for a few hours then it rains then ...
... is located on the site of the former HQ of the Gestapo and SS. It outlines the events of 1933-1945 in a surprisingly unbiased way.
Berlin Wall - a preserved section of the Berlin wall is immediately adjacent to the Topographie des Terrors. It's hard to imagine life in East Berlin during the Cold War (as if WWII wasn't bad enough) - I didn't realise there was a "kill zone" along the eastern side of the wall, where anyone attempting to climb over it would be shot. ...
... to look at and learn about German history that pre-dated this time. As the tour guide was keen to emphasise that there is a lot more to Germany than the fifteen year blip between 1930 and 1945. As a side note for those of you wondering. Yes, I did make a donation to the tour guide at the end of the tour. Given there were about 25 of us, it is actually a pretty lucrative gig for him. There are a few more walking tours that I will do over the ...
... As soon as you enter into small talk with anyone, it's the first topic. I read an interesting article about the weather shift in the US and how this is the cause of the unusable high temperatures in Europe. And as a result of these crazy temperatures, bears in Scandinavia are coming out of hibernation early. There are also buds on the trees in Berlin and the birds are back too. It's really weird and the locals are a bit worried about it. Not sure if ...