City Partner Hotel Gendarmenma

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Leipziger Str 65, Berlin, 10117, Germany
Cityhotel Am Gendarmenmarkt
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  • Couples92
  • Solo40
  • Business40

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Berlin in 4 days...

by kia81

Hi everybody! At the end of May I'm going to spend 4 days in Berlin with my husband and my friends...we are all 26/30 years old and we look forward to visiting the city and their museums but also have great time in the night...
what would you suggest to visit in 4 days? and which kind of pubs/bar for the night? we also like markets...any suggestions about them?

Thank you in advance!

Re: Berlin in 4 days...

by hexelein

Berlin is such a huge city that it's hard to suggest something without knowing what exactly you are interested in. However, for museums, you should definitely go to the Museumsinsel (museum island), which is in the Mitte area. It has several great museums. More info here:

Here are some tips on markets in Berlin (not sure what sort of market you are looking for, though): There is also a weird little flea market at Boxhagener Platz in Friedrichshain on Sundays, which is a nice area for cafes/pubs (including two heavy metal ones, if that's of any interest).

Re: Berlin in 4 days...

by GrumpyDiver

Some of my favourite places in and around Berlin:

1. The previously mentioned Museum Island, especially the Pergamon Museum - the Pergamon Alter, Ishtar Gate, etc. are fantastic;

2. Remnants of the Berlin Wall;

3. Brandenburg Gate;

4. Walk down the "Unter den Linden" street; and

5. Sans Souci Palace (just out of town in Potsdam)

Re: Berlin in 4 days...

by christine.j

If you're in Berlin around May 23, check out the Karneval der Kulturen. There is a parade, lots of stalls, lots of things going on, have a look here:

Re: Berlin in 4 days...

by kia81

Thanks!! I will be there right in those days (from 22nd until 25th of May)!

Re: Berlin in 4 days...

by kia81

Thank you for the info! have you got any suggestion regarding punk rock pubs/bar?

Re: Berlin in 4 days...

by blackbirdxx

check this:

Travel Tips for Berlin

Before I went to Berlin

by matcrazy1

Before I decided to go to Berlin I looked for some info on VT. I read many tips on Berlin (click here), questions and replies on Berlin VT forum and I bought in my hometown (look at my picture):

1. Map of Berlin from the series Eurocity by GeoCenter - the map was too large to use it inside a car but it was the very exact (1:27,500) map of the whole Berlin with one-way streets, some number of houses and U-bahn/S-bahn stations marked. There were two great, additional road maps of Berlin's surroundings and U-bahn/S-bahn schematic on the backside. Additionally there was the small book enclosed. It contained huge street index (with PLZ = German postal code numbers), index of old versus new names of the streets (after reunification they changed many names), more detailed maps of Berlin's central districts and list of useful addresses and phone numbers (museums, hospitals etc.).

2. Berlin - Praktyczny Przewodnik issued by Pascal, second edition 2001. It was Berlin travel book from my favourite The Rough Guide serie. A lot of great info there but it was a little bit old edition (the prices were shown in both old DM and new €).

3. Wspanialy weekend w Berlinie (Wonderful weekend in Berlin - translation to Polish of French travel book "Un Grand Week-End a Berlin") issued by Wiedza i Zycie. It contained a lot of very good info on shopping and sightseeing mainly and very nice pictures as well. Hmm... prices were shown only in old DM as the book was issued in... 1999 which was very, very hidden inside haha.


by bugulma

If you go further from Siegessaule column you may enjoy Tiergarten. It's quite big park in the center of the city. I walked not long time there because I had one day in the city and winter day is short and I wanted to see much. On the picture is one of the calm corners of the park.

Berlin Marathon

by sabsi

Every September the Berlin Marathon takes place. With 40,000 participants it's one of the biggest in the world and I think it's one of the nicest, too. A historic setting. A great atmoshere! All people from Berlin seem to stand at the streets cheering. There are bands playing. And when I watched a few kms before the finish line even the runners were cheering ;-) No surprise, we stood at the last corner before they would run towards Brandenburg Gate. Only a few metres behind the gate the finish line!

Mase sure to not drive in Berlin on Marathon day and the Saturday before (when the Inline Marathon takes place). All major roads are closed and it takes ages to get from A to B. As spectator bring a whistle.

As runner bring stamina.


by miromi

NEUKÖLN or KREUZBERG the big Turkish/eastern European immigrant neighborhood in the city has two or three 'Musik Kafe' pubs on every block and sexy bartender Turkish chicks with dark curly hair. There are tons of delicious Turkish bakeries open at weird hours of the night. This is a pleasant place to have a cheap breakfast (most of the bars have a 2DM big breakfast with cheese, coffee, and delicious bakery bread). It's a little ghostly eating here at 10am--there are still people drinking from the night before and they always seem to be wearing skintight leather biker outfits.

(I don't know why, but lots of people think this place is a bad neighborhood. I am a paranoid person, but I found it to be very safe, and people didn't harass me. Someone said something about macho Turkish guys whistling at women, but it wasn't really that bad, so maybe I've just lived in New York too long where men are really aggressive.)

Potsdamer Platz

by lil_traveller about Australian Bar

We had so much fun at this bar...ended up going there twice on different nights. We had great food and drinks...JUMBO drinks that is. The night we left there was a soccer game on a huge tv for everyone to watch but unfortunately we missed it because we had to fly back to Bonn. There are lots of bars and what not and a big theatre within Potsdamer Platz...good nights we had.


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Address: Leipziger Str 65, Berlin, 10117, Germany