Michelberger Hotel

Mini City Guide: Berlin

Whether you have recently entered our surprise giveaway for a one night stay at one of Berlin’s most loved hotels — Michelberger Hotel — or if you’re simply planning your next stay the German hub for internationally renowned restaurants, up and rising artists’ galleries and endless amounts of things to do, our mini dog-friendly city guide is here to lead the way.

Start point: Michelberger Hotel or S+U Warschauer Strasse


Hit two birds with one stone on this lengthy but worth the view walk along the old made new Berliner wall at the East Side Gallery. Absorb the history of the German capital through the various street art from the street side and hit the Park an der Spree for a view from the Spree side whilst your dog do their business on the grass area. Be sure to always have a full Poop Bag Holder on you and help us keep our city clean.

East Side Gallery

Mühlenstraße 3-100, 10243 Berlin

Not a concrete jungle fan? Head north east towards Boxhagener Platz to meet some furry locals at the dog park.

Dog Park

Revaler Str. 17, 10245 Berlin

Fuel up stations

Enjoy a coffee and cake hour at Berlin’s top cafes in and around Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg.

Stilbruch Café

Revaler Str. 9, 10245 Berlin

Silo Coffee

Gabriel-Max-Straße 4, 10245 Berlin

Aprilkind Berlin

Simon-Dach-Straße 15, 10245 Berlin

Passenger Espresso

Oppelner Straße 44, 10887 Berlin

Culture and art

Shop or browse at the local galleries.

studio gallery berlin

Frankfurter Allee 36A, 10247 Berlin

Galerie im Turm

Frankfurter Tor 1, 10243 Berlin

Urban Spree

Revaler Str. 99, 10245 Berlin

Architektur Galerie Berlin

Karl-Marx-Allee 96, 10243 Berlin

Dog things

Stumble through the shops around Boxhagener Platz and you may just find our products amongst other essentials for dogs.

Kiezhund Berlin

Simplonstraße 29, 10245 Berlin

Slightly off course but definitely worth a visit:

Sonnenberg.Berlin and Pets Deli

Enjoy our city!