Camping in the city

tentstation-logo.jpg Coming to Berlin, but haven’t yet found a place to crash through Exberliner’s “room with a loo”? But maybe you are more a Crokodile Dundee anyhow.

Well here comes Tentstation to the rescue! Now coming to Berlin and sleeping outside are two things that might even go together into a sentence when you tell your mother about your holidays here.

The camp site is at Seydlitzstraße 6, the pricing starts at 10 EUR per day (during May/June) and buys you a place for your tent and the usage of toilets and showers at no extra charge. If you are actually coming by car and not on your solar powered bikes to the city, there is even a parking lot for 40 vehicles outside the place. First come, first serve.

This might be also a splendid opportunity for you original Berliners who want to experience the wild outdoorsy life without leaving the save city borders. ;-)

1 Comment so far

  1. metecem (unregistered) on May 10th, 2006 @ 2:03 pm

    wie geil ist das denn ???!???

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