Most hotels are not designed to accommodate more than three persons. Booking two rooms in a hotel can prove costly. I was recently in Berlin to attend a conference. I stayed in an apartment in Schoneberg with Only-apartments. The location, while out of the city center was accessible to Berlin’s excellent public transportation. It had all you would need, a small kitchen, room for adults and kids and in a local neighborhood.
If a Champagne breakfast is your style, a skip-the-line ticket to the Berlin TV Tower includes a glass of bubbly with your meal. You the city by taking a hop-on, hop-off bus tour. Or you can sign up for a bicycle tour to explore the city on two wheels. If you’re looking to visit many sights while in town, check out the Berlin Pass, which offers free entry to more than 50 attractions including the Checkpoint Charlie Museum. Guided tours like the Cold War Walking Tour will reveal more details about Berlin’s complex past to history buffs. Finish the day with a scenic cruise down the River Spree.
So beautiful, Gorlitz has been the backdrop for a number of movies like The Reader, Grand Budapest Hotel, and even, Inglorious Basterds. Gorlitz is still one of my favorite day trips from Berlin. You can see some myGorlitz photos here. Get yourself aTageskarte one day ticketto make traveling around the city seamless.
- Berlin is a great position in northeast Germany, which is ideal for day trips.
- It’s no surprise that the French capital is one the most visited destinations in the world.
- Get to know the best of Berlin on this guided bike tour.
- To make your journey around the city seamless, get an aTageskarte day ticket.
- You can find more information about zones and fares here. A map of Berlin’s U-Bahn/S-Bahn lines can also be found here.
We tried to balance their desires with ours. They are extremely helpful and have lots to offer all types of travelers. For short hops within the city, take the S-Bahn or U-Bahn trains, which both offer well-connected networks. Berlin is divided into zones. Most tourist attractions are located in zones A and B. Consider buying a day ticket that covers both zones if you are taking multiple rides. It costs seven euros. Hop off at KaDeWe for a browse at the second largest department store in Europe.
If you visit a lot museums, it can be a great deal. A two-day card costs 23 EUR, while a 3-day card costs 33 EUR. Get a free walking tour with New Europe Tours. These walking tours cover the main highlights. They also offer tours on historical topics (communism and Nazism, Jewish history, etc.). for great low prices, if you have a more specific interest.