The weekly market at the Maybachufer has had the popular name 'Türkenmarkt' (Turkish market) for a long time. And it is ... More
Wochenmarkt am Maybachufer
The weekly market at the Maybachufer has had the popular name 'Türkenmarkt' (Turkish market) for a long time. And it is indeed a real Turkish-Arabian-Oriental market right in the middle of the Berlin district of Neukölln, which was once called "capital of people on social security" by Spiegel, the weekly magazine. This is why you can find some really good bargains amongst the colourful mixture of local as well as exotic vegetables, oriental herbs and spices and Muslim articles.
Located in the middle of Mitte and close to Humboldt University, this huge bookstore contains over 100,000 tomes. While students
make up the majority of the clientele, plenty of 'normal' Berliners come here to browse through the novels, travel ...
Known as 'Wulle' to the locals, who make good use of Berlin's 24 branches, Germany's first Woolworth was established in
Bremen in 1927. This American warehouse set out to conquer the German market as a discount store in the ...
Hotel Amelie is your accommodation in the heart of Berlin just a stone's throw away from the Reichstag and Brandenburg
Gate.Our rates and location provide you with the luxury of an affordable, central hotel and you will also save ...