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Zossener Str.66, 12629, Berlin, 10119, Germany
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where to stay

by andrew2347

i have heard that the place to stay is where the east germaan sites used to be,question why should this be ,, is it cheaper or what,can anyone suggest a possible location where transport is good and possibly resonable cheap ,, thank u

Re: where to stay

by Turtleshell

Most of the interesting places are located in the former east. Besides, the boroughs of Prenzlauer Berg, Mitte and Friedrichshain are cool.
That's why.

Re: where to stay

by hexelein

It has been a while since I've needed to book accomodation in Berlin, but I have used the Alcatraz backpacker hostel in Prenzlauer Berg a few times. It's fairly central and just what you'd expect from a cheap hostel (except that the staff is actually rather helpful), and if you don't mind dorms and forming a close relationship to your valuables whilst sleeping, go for it. They also have single/double rooms at fairly ok rates.

http://www.alcatraz-backpacker.de/en/home/start.html

Prenzlauer Berg and Kreuzberg are both good areas of Berlin to stay in and should have most of the cheaper hostels.

Re: where to stay

by Turtleshell

I'd choose The Circus over Alcatraz, and if not The Circus, then St Christopher's, then East Seven.

The former two are situated in Mitte, bordering Prenzlauer Berg, East Seven is situated in Prenzlauer Berg.

In any case, public transport, restaurants, clubs, shopping would be a non-issue.

Re: where to stay

by Lenny26

I would agree that many of the more interesting places are on the former east side. There is just so much character on offer...of course not all are like this..
In the past I have preferred Alcatraz and East 7 backerpacker hostels. I always check for availability there any time I return! Circus seems really nice too though, bit brighter and more modern perhaps, depends what you're looking for. Prenzlauer Berg is a nice, kind of hip I guess, area. Next time I go though, I will try and scout out a place in Kruezberg for at least a night as I just found the area so interesting! Can't really go too far wrong though in Berlin...friendly place in my experience... Enjoy!

Travel Tips for Berlin

We did a 10 hour walking tour...

by scooter3

We did a 10 hour walking tour of Berlin which was fantastic, although I must say we were quite tired by the end... The leader's name is Terry Brewer and you should see flyers around for the tour... It is the most comprehensive way to see Berlin, both East and West Berlin, although mostly East Berlin... but best of all the leader Terry is full of information and really enthusiastic about telling stories...

Gendarmenmarkt - Konzerthaus

by yooperprof

The Konzerthaus stands proudly over the Gendarmenmarkt, and is especially handsome at night, beautifully floodlit. At holiday time, it literally sparkles as gleaming light is reflected from the "disco ball" hanging from the porch.

The Konzerthaus is another great landmark from the drawing board of Karl Friedrich Schinkel. I had the good fortune of attending a concert here of the Berlin Symphony Orchestra. It certainly is the most beautiful concert hall I've ever seen.

The B.S.O. is Berlin's "second" orchestra, not in the stratospheric heights of international fame like the Berlin Philharmonic, but a perfectly respectable band all the same. The night I heard them they were led by the American conductor Marin Alsop, and the players responded crisply and enthusiastically to her baton. They gave the Tchaikovsky Fifth Symphony all the care and respect it deserves, and it was exciting to be able to hear some nice orchestral playing in one of the great halls of the world.

The sixteen sarcophagi...

by JHR

I always understood, from comments in a few guide books, that there were sixteen sarcophagi at the memorial to commemorate the sacrifice of each of sixteen Soviet Socialist Republics... but most reference books and online resources for English-speakers refer to the fifteen constituent members of the USSR. I can now suggest that the sixteenth sarcophagus was for the 'Karelo-Finnish Soviet Socialist Republic' which existed between 1940 and 1956. Someone, perhaps because I and others kept on posting questions, has recently updated the Wikipedia entry for the Treptower memorial to confirm this (So it must be true!). With apologies for trampling on any Finnish sensibilities.

Kulturforum, events

by matcrazy1

Kulturforum is a modern complex of museums, galleries, libraries and the Philharmonic Hall located at one area. It started to grow in late 60'. The architecture of some buildings put there, both outside and inside, was interesting although not my favourite

Many great cultural and artistic events took place there. My strong recommendation is to check what's going on there and generally in Berlin not to miss something interesting for you - follow the link below, please.

Berlin offers clubs of every...

by hotelfreak

Berlin offers clubs of every style. For a list of great clubs go to http://www.usahotel.de/berlinfaq.html! Admittance is normally EUR 5 weekdays and EUR 10 on weekends. People in Berlin don’t tend to dress up much with a few exceptions. Party starts usually at 23:30h and ends not before 05:00. Better get there early so you don’t have to stand in line and chances are better to get in. Great clubs are: 90°, Sage Club, Tresor, Far Out.

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