The Hackescher Markt is considered as a traffic hub of the city. This applies to both public transport and passers. There is always something going on and you are among a variety of figures – among Berliners, tourists, artists, among trendsetters, retailers, designers, among party animals, traveller, relaxed ones, …

Mann auf Tramschienen am Hackeschen Markt BerlinThe Hackescher Markt in Berlin is just as colourful as his visitors. Here you can buy the latest trends in small design boutiques, try the freshest fruit at the weekly farmer´s market, celebrate the longest night in the clubs, watch the latest movie in the cinema or enjoy just the most delicious food in a trendy restaurant.

Of course, the fabulous Hackescher Höfe must be mentioned. It is the largest enclosed backyard area in Germany and offers small and great treasures. In total there are 8 backyards, you should absolutely explore the five main backyards! Yard 1 “Endellscher Hof” (named after the architect of the Hackesche Höfe) is the unofficial entrance. There you can choose between a cinema and a vaudeville theater called Chamäleon. In “Theaterhof” you´ll find the theatre of Hackesche Höfe. The third backyard offers as “Kunsthof” art for every lover of unique and individual pieces, and also for those who love the special spirit. In “Brunnenhof” with its cute fountain you can recover from the seen on small banks and then proceeds in backyard 5, the not for nothing named “Kastanienhof”. Not to forget the small shops, art studios, boutiques that give the Hackesche Höfe a special charm. A look inside worth it!

Hackescher Markt offers you a high level of discovery and adventure factor!

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