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?
Photos of Hotel-Pension Gribnitz
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel-Pension Gribnitz Berlin
Travel Blogs from Berlin
... it so appealing. Berlin was also bombed to oblivion in the war, but its unique history has created a unique city. I know that for the people who live here, that 'unique history' has created tensions. But from the tourist perspective, it's great.
Tomorrow, I’m going on a walking tour of the ‘BerlinEssentials’. Stay tuned!
... We have noticed that a lot of shopping malls here and single shop fronts have excessive price tags. Either Berliners earn way too much money or we have stumbled into the rich tourist part of town. Jewellery for €5000, clothing for €700.... Today was definitely a window shop! There was a decent commotion and crowd entering a chocolate shop called Fassbender & Rausch so we thought we better follow suit and go in for a peek ;-) .... Any excuse for me ...
... down, the risk was that the West German walk signal would become the standard, but the Ampelmann was rescued and there are now Ampelmann shops around also. We found an Ampelmann shop on our way into Berlin and spent 20 minutes exploring the range of Ampelmann products, including dog collars (walk, get it), tea towels, bed covers and so on. We met two ladies on different trains. One from Sweden and one from The Netherlands – very friendly and keen to chat. ...
... street art". We had lunch on the sidewalk of a very local spot that our guide recommended. The food was excellent and cheap. First time on this trip. In the afternoon we continued the tour and it seemed that everything was based around the war two destruction and the awful things that the Nazis did.
Uli had been up real early and drove the two hours to pick us up and it would have been too long a day ...
... of the war had on its population as they lived within the city. This feeling continues when you wander the city and see the the bullet and shrapnel holes in the stonework, as well as the holes where they have tried to repair the damaged stone. But, I do understand the other side of repair as you might not want a constant reminder of such horrendous times and all you wish is to move on.
As we wander the centre of the city we are amazed at the mixture of old and ...