Did you know that there is a beach in Berlin? Between the buildings appears Charlie’s Beach, a small paradise ready for you and where you can relax after a full day in the city. And it’s very close to Gat Point Charlie!
Although lawns are fairly traditional in Berlin, you should not miss specially Hackesche Höfe, Rosenhöfe, Haus Schwarzenberg and Dead Chicken Alley courtyards for their artistic value for the city.
Checkpoint Charlie was the most famous and crowded border crossing in Berlin during The Cold War. The name “Charlie” comes from the ICAO phonetic alphabet to designate the third letter.
Berlin breathes culture and history in every spot. And Gat Rooms has its own: Gat Point Charlie (Mauerstraße, 81-82), in the Mitte district and only 50 meters from the legendary Checkpoint Charlie.