Best Western Hotel Berlin-Mitte

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Albrechtstrasse 25/Ecke Reinhardtstrasse, Berlin, 10117, Germany
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2 days in feb

by dervish

hi my friend and i both married 37 yr olds are coming to berlin in feb, we want to do the sights by day and a few beers in the evening, we stay in best western mitte so my question is about the saschenhausen camp, we plan this for the 1st day as we arrive too late for the insider tour of the major sites which we will do on day 2 , so how is best way to sasch camp? also any goog pubs around our hotel welcome thanks

Re: 2 days in feb

by alancollins

Hi
To get to the Sachsenhausen Camp catch the S1 train from Friedrichstr to Oraninenburg. Directly outside the main station entrance are the bus stops. You can catch the #804 bus to the camp but its only an hourly service that leaves at about 20 past the hour. The walk to the camp takes about 20 minutes. From outside the front of the station turn right and walk about 300m along Stralsunder Str. Turn right and go under the railway bridge. Keep walking until you reach a cross road, there is a Netto Supermarket on the corner, turn left along Strasse der Einhelt. Walk on the right hand side of the road until you reach a small memorial to the death march. Immediately turn right down Strasse der Nationen and keep walking you will eventually reach the camp and the visitor’s centre. Beware if you take Dianastrasse which is slightly shorter way to get to the camp as there is a gate controlled by a code. It was 2207 & the bell sign or if there is a tour group in front the guide will know the code.
The Visitors Centre and the Museum are Closed on Mondays. The camp is open from 0830 to 1630 hrs during Feb.

Re: 2 days in feb

by dervish

thank you alancollins thats a start now,as time is against us i need to plan a little as not to waste time while there wondering which bus/train to catch etc..

Re: 2 days in feb

by mh_uk

Not really much going on in the immediate neighbourhood of your hotel. However, there are some pubs/restaurants on Schiffbauerdamm (5 mins walk) and in Oranienburger Str. (10 mins walk). Wouldn't say they are any good, but the pubs and eateries on those streets are actually quite popular with tourists. Also quite some drinking action on Hackescher Markt, again very popular with tourists. The only decent pub I can think of in the area is next to Friedrichstr. station. I forgot the name but it is related to the S-Bahn (local train). It's on that small street that goes off from Friedrichstr. right behind the rail bridge (where the post office is). It's located right under the rail track in one of those archways.

Re: 2 days in feb

by dervish

thanks to u both for the replies we are looking forward top the beer and the history..

Re: 2 days in feb

by abalada

BVG timetable
http://www.fahrinfo-berlin.de/Fahrinfo/bin/query.bin/en
From: Berlin Friedrichstr.
To: Oranienburg, Gedenkstaette

Sachsenhausen Gedenkstätte (memorial site) is in Oranienburg.
Buy a day ticket for the zones Berlin ABC for this day (EUR 6,50).
Or a 48 hours Berlin WelcomeCard or CityTourCard for Berlin ABC.

Travel Tips for Berlin

THE ISHTAR GATE
Also at the...

by SirRichard

THE ISHTAR GATE
Also at the Pergamon Museum. Originally found at Babilona. (604-562 aC).
Museum Island, Berlin D-10178. Open daily 10.00 am to 6:00 pm.
'The Ishtar Gate is the most impressive remnant of the city; it has been reconstructed out of its original materials and preserved in the State Museum, Berlin. In contrast to the ferocity of Assyrian art, here numerous tiers of elegant bulls and Babylonian dragons composed in the low relief of glazed polychrome bricks float against a light blue background. Even the abstract details—friezes, moldings, battlements, the arch—achieve admirable refinement.'
Marvin Trachtenberg and Isabelle Hyman. Architecture: from Prehistory to Post-Modernism. p71.

Looking for a post office?

by matcrazy1

Whenever you are looking for the post office (Postämt) in Germany look for characteristic bright yellow logo of Bundespost (German Post) with black "postal/hunting?-horn", on the right on my picture. And don't forget to look at your watch, there were no non-stop post offices in Berlin, or I didn't find them.

The logo was put on my small centre/downtown of Berlin map to mark each post office what I found very useful. I got the map free at my hotel

Oberbaumbrücke - the most beautiful bridge

by hundertmorgen

The Oberbaumbrücke was constructed over the River Spree in 1724 as a wooden bridge. For centuries it was by far the longest bridge in Berlin. In 1894 it was renewed as a solid construction with seven vaults and a studded viaduct to accommodate the first elevated railway in Berlin. Because of its location in the border area between West and East Berlin, the bridge which was blown up during World War II could not be reinstated until after reunification as a link between the districts of Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain.

More extensive refurbishment of its historical appearance involved upgrading the road surface by using reinforced and pre-stressed concrete. The elevated railway was given a completely new load bearing construction. The middle opening was closed as a counter point to the form with a modern steel frame whereas in the side areas preflex supports on steel frames were incorporated into the viaduct. After specification of the definitive design, construction work could begin in 1992. In order to accelerate work, a temporary pedestrian bridge was erected downstream.

In time for the fifth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall the roadway and the lower side walkway were reopened on 9 November 1994. With the integration of the strutted frame in April 1995, the last gap was closed in the elevated railway connection to the station Warschauer Straße to the north of Oberbaumbrücke. This meant that the route extension could be used as planned in October 1995.

Some lovely clothes for women

by matcrazy1 about KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens)

There was men's world on the second floor (1 etage). The third (2 etage) was a paradise for women and we almost got lost there. There were more elegant than casual clothes there. Urszula (matcrazy0) liked a lot these clothes on my picture. The dress with a blouse and trousers costed... almost 400 ?. Rather expensive stuff but good quality always costs a lot.

U bahn

by rcsparty

The U bahn in Berlin is extremely convenient and easy to use. We were able to get from Potsdamer Platz (with many children) to both Alexander Platz and Olympic Stadium with no problems. Signs and instructions are in German and English. The Berlin U-bahn is definately one of the easiest transit systems to use in Europe.

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Address: Albrechtstrasse 25/Ecke Reinhardtstrasse, Berlin, 10117, Germany