Nicholas Quarter and Alexanderplatz square – in the very heart of Berlin and easily accessible
Alexanderplatz is one of the most frequented places in Europe. Briefly referred to as “Alex” by Berliners, it is dominated by the television tower and flanked by the Rotes Rathaus, the City Hall and seat of the Berlin Senate. “Alex” is one of the landmarks of Berlin and just a few minutes from Nikolaiviertel. TV Tower and the World Clock, crossroads of several subway and commuter rail lines, Regional Station – at Alexanderplatz it’s all coming together. Located in the city center, you’ll easily get there by public transport or by car.
Enjoy breathtaking views from the TV tower after a stroll through Nikolaiviertel. Take a tour of Rotes Rathaus, official seat of the mayor and Berlin’s city government or experience the construction work on the subway line U5. Berlin’s Alexanderplatz: this place is always in motion, and it has many faces – this is where structural, social, cultural and aesthetic differences meet.