Berger Straße starts next to the Green Belt (Grune Gurtel) and extends for about 3 kilometres, passing through Norht End (Nordend-Ost), including Merianplatz and Bornheim.
Around Merianplatz are upmarket cafés and shops, selling fashion, shoes, and books. Merianplatz could easily be described as a place for the upwardly mobile to perch themselves at Bergerstr street-side cafe and indulge in some people-watching. Sunglasses are suggested, but not mandatory.
Following Berger Straße north, one can see an authentic Frankfurt, as from Bornheim Mitte onwards, you can experience an old village atmosphere that coexists with the modern bar and restaurant street scene. Locals live in the four-storey townhouses of Berger Straße and the shops are small and specialised.
Bornheim Mitte has an U-bahn stations is based around the old clock tower and cobbled open space, where there is a market every Wednesday and Saturday. Up and down the length of Berger Straße are restaurants, both ethnic and traditional German, bars, apple wine taverns, ice-cream Cafes and shops.
You can easily walk the length of Berger Straße, aided of course, by a refreshing drink and fortifying meal (e.g. schnitzel with local green sauce).