Andersen Hotel Birkenwerder Berlin

Clara-Zetkin-Strasse 11, Birkenwerder, Brandenburg, 16547, Germany
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Berlin by car

by Joe0826


We would like to spend a few days in Berlin. We will go by car so we would like to find a good hotel (in Berlin or near Berlin) where we leave the car and go by public transportation. (I hate to drive in downtown.)
Does anybody have a good idea?


Re: Berlin by car

by hexelein

You could try finding a hotel in Potsdam (which has rather good connections to Berlin and indeed worth exploring), or perhaps Pankow. Pankow is in north Berlin, but just off the Berliner Ring, so getting there by car shouldn't be too traumatic ;)

I've stayed at Hotel Pankow in Pasewalker Straße and definitely recommend it (see for more info).

Re: Berlin by car

by Crazywoman

I do not agree with the idea of living in Potsdam if you want to explore Berlin. Berlin have quit big distances in itself depending on what you want to see. I do agree though that Potsdam (Park San Souci) is worth seeing, but I would rather do this as a day trip from Berlin.

I never arrived with a car when I stayed in a hotel in Berlin, so I can not give you any good advice on that. The one time we had a car in Berlin we arrived in the evening when the traffic was not that bad and we had no problems navigating.

What I do recommend is that you find a hotel that is close to a bus, S Bahn or U Bahn stop, that way you can easily get around Berlin.

Re: Berlin by car

by Kakapo2

I can recommend Hotel Steglitz International in the suburb of Steglitz, only 6 km south of the very city centre, and easy to reach from the motorways.

From the hotel you have direct access to a carparking building (Parkhaus, named Park-Center), and as a hotel guest you pay only 5 Euro per day.

Info here:

(Do not see this page in the English version of the website - but Route description how to get there by car - but it is better on the German page)

The subway station is just 20 or 30 metres from the hotel exit. And despite being at a busy location the hotel is quiet.

I have stayed there several times and can only recommend it.

More info here:

Travel Tips for Berlin

Watch Wim Wenders' "Wings of Desire"!

by RhineRoll

There can be no better way to gain a sense of what Potsdamer Platz looked like before the Concrete Curtain came down than to watch the Movie "Wings of Desire". (The remake "City of Angels" with Meg Ryan and Nicolas Cage hasn't much in common with the classic Wim Wenders film except for the basic story of an angel falling in love with a mortal human and giving up his immortality in exchange for being able to feel like a human).

It is an excellent film, even though the depressing music by Nick Cave and the manieristic poetry of Peter Handke are giving me a headache each time I'm putting the film into the VCR.

The TV tower , the 8th...

by Gaby_Thieme

The TV tower , the 8th largest tower in the world, with a hight of 368 meters (A Spaceneedle) ,here you can view Berlin while rotating at high altitude and relaxing with a cup of ( expensive) coffee. (16% tax)
Adresse: Alexanderplatz, 10178 Berlin To return to a free Berlin where the Wall (1961-19891) is now only a tourist attraction. I can't describe the feeling of seeing the Wall that seperated family members. I am so thankful to God for Freedom.
To see a modern city under construction, old buildings being renovated and preserved, next to high towering glass skyscrapers.

Hockey time!

by iaint

Second visit was to see Eisbaeren Berlin play Hannover Scorpions. Great game, wonderful atmosphere. They have a small, intimate (intimidating) arena - 5k bodies approx, when full. But its always full. And very noisy. And very smoky.
I got tickets in advance over the internet. Don't go "on spec".
At the time, one of the top teams. Some very good foreign players. The North Americans definitely NHL level, but maybe a bit too small to make it in that league. Of course, they were quick and very skilful to make up for lack of size!
Much faster and more open than the NHL game. Also, no beer or burgers brought to your seat! However, there's no disco music when the game stops because the fans sing and chant non-stop (egged on by the PA).
Looked at their website when writing this, and I see that Steve Walker and Mark Beaufait from the 02/03 team are still there for 07/08. Must like it there! Tickets!
Oh, and courage and a sense of adventure (to get you all the way out to the arena in the east of the city, and then back again). Actually, if you know what tram to get its probably dead easy!

St.-Jacobi-Kirche, Kreuzberg, 1844-1845

by Kathrin_E

The Jacobi church with its atrium-like courtyard looks like one of the ancient and early medieval basilicas in Italy. The Prussian king Friedrich Wilhelm IV considered this the ideal form for a protestant church and encouraged the adoption of the ancient style. During his reign a couple of such churches were erected in and around Berlin and Potsdam.

It was named after the apostle Jacobus (James) the Elder. A statue of the apostle, a gift from the king, is standing in the middle of the atrium.

The church was destroyed in World War II and rebuilt in the 1950s in its original outward appearance but with a modernized, simplified interior.

Date: 1844-1845
Architect: August Stüler
Confession: protestant

Address: Kreuzberg, Oranienstraße 132-134
How to get in: open in the daytime

Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain

by mayafly about Just walk around the streets

From Oranienplatz to Rigaerstrasse, this whole area on either side of the Spree (centering on U-Bahn stations Schlesisches Tor and Warschauerstrasse) formerly on the border of East and West Berlin (Kreuzberg was the West, Friedrichshain the East) is home now to trendy cafes and techno clubs as well as squatter bars and punk venues. Just walk around and you're sure to find something interesting going on. anything goes!


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