An oasis in the middle of the concrete jungle, Chamissoplatz is one of the few squares in Berlin which survived the wartime bombing raids completely intact. Cobbled streets and nineteenth century town houses surround a small park and playground. The only problem is that nothing ever really happens here. But that doesn't matter too much because Bergmannstraße—with dozens of pubs and restaurants—is just around the corner.
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Gneisenaustraße: U7