In Berlin you will enjoy some greatest examples of street art, graffiti & mural art in every part of the city. Berlin is absolutely the capital of urban art and changes its look every day. By wandering through the city’s lively streets, you will easily come across many: some of them are already legend, others more recent; the graffiti artists marched straight into East Germany arrived up to Mitte, Friedrichshain, Prenzlauer Berg – every building can become a piece of art, no wonder if also hostels in Berlin love graffiti and modern art.
Enjoy this sample of street art in Berlin; HostelsClub thanks Sara Khataizadeh from Albareda Youthhostel in Barcelona for her great pictures!
Welcome to Kreuzberg – painting on the wall
Berlin Wall – world famous gallery
Art Gallery in Berlin
Graffiti and street art lovers will enjoy their stay in this hostels in Berlin:
baxpax Kreuzberg Hostel is the alternative way to sleep in Berlin! Here you can sleep also in the real VW-Beatle. Since the Berlin Kreuzberg is multicultural, metro-sexual and multifaceted part of Berlin, baxpax Kreuzberg Hostel is a favourite hostel for all creative people, artists and musicians. This former factory building lies in the heart of Kreuzberg and offers rooms decorated in beautiful country themes from Great Britain to Belgium.
That was the first Art Hostel in Germany, the bedrooms and interior spaces have been styled and have been transformed into unique pieces of art. Designed by international artists, all rooms in Baxpax Mitte Hostel express an unconventional and creative atmosphere. Here, you can lie down and gain new energy and ideas for up coming trips.
Located in the Berlin’s popular suburb of Kreuzberg, HostelXBerger was built to provide modern ‘Backpacker’ style convenience and comfort and it is easy to reach by public transport, day and night. The Hostel X Berger is located geographically in the heart of Berlin, on the bank of the Spree right next to the former Berlin Wall.
Meet the Heart of Gold Hostel – the starship of backpacker accommodation in central Berlin. Inspired by Douglas Adams’s Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, this hostel provide rentable Sens-O-Matic sunglasses, a bar that makes the best Pan-Galactic Gargle Blasters this side of Ursa Minor Beta, and of course towels. Our receptionists always have Babel fish in their ears and all our doors are extremely cheerful, making an unpleasant stay infinitely improbable.
Odyssee Globetrotter Hostel is on of the German capital’s oldest hostels in the middle of Berlin, with cozy cabins, clean bathrooms, a fully-equipped galley for self-catering, laundry facilities & of course a spacious main deck where hard-working sailors prepare a rustic breakfast and where you can meet fellow passengers or keep contact with those landlovers at home. On sunny days you can enjoy the stern-side deck and for stormy skies the board pub; the Odyssee Hostel was designed by international artists too.