The Eierhäuschen  is a small urban villa in the east of Berlin. It is not far from the S-Bahn station Plänterwald or Treptower Park and is situated right at the Spree. The good thing about it is that even though it stays right in the city, it still remains far enough from the area of settlement so that you can explore it untroubledly.

The Eierhäuschen is something for beginners of urban exploring even though you should be careful as always!

The villa is surrounded by a site fence through which you can get in at some parts or just climb over it. It used to be a popular tourist attraction of Berlin, but now everything is closed. With a little skill, you can climb through some windows on the ground floor or you can even break some of the boards that are nailed on the back entrance.

When you come inside, you discover big, empty rooms. The stairs don’t have handrail so that you have to be careful when you move towards the upper floors.

Upstairs, you will find various rooms. If you are brave enough, you can even climb to the roof by surpassing the tower. Therefor, you need to go to the rooftop first, then go over the long ladder to reach the tower; and then you can reach the roof. From here, you have a beautiful sight of the Plänterwald and the Spree … a friend of mine told me. 😉 


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