Comet Hotel am Kurfuerstendamm Berlin

175 Kurfurstendamm, Berlin, 10707, Germany
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S-Bahn

by kenspidey

Hi all I will be visiting Berlin in October. I got the following message on the BVG site. Is anything going on with the S-Bahn service right now.

Information for customers of S-Bahn (suburban train)

Due to urgent security checks the S-Bahn services are limited. However, as Berlin provides an extensive public transport network all touristic attractions continue to be reachable easily: Underground trains and trams, busses, as well regional trains are another reliable option.

Re: S-Bahn

by abalada

> Due to urgent security checks the S-Bahn services are limited.
Less frequent trains than normal. Shorter trains than normal.
Till October the situation will improve however as there are steadily coming more trains back into service from their security checks.

But it never harms to check your travel plans close to the time of travel. There are e.g. works at Ostkreuz station.

BVG timetable
http://www.fahrinfo-berlin.de/Fahrinfo/bin/query.bin/en

S-Bahn and U-Bahn network map (from 31. Aug. 2009)
http://www.s-bahn-berlin.de/pdf/s_bahn_netz.pdf

Re: S-Bahn

by PerAsperaAdAstra

Now it has even gotten worse, some s-bahn lines do not operate at all, others are shortened, and even if there is a service, trains only run once every 20 or even 40 minutes.. I would advise you to organize your itinary at

http://www.fahrinfo-berlin.de/Fahrinfo/bin/query.bin/en

Just make sure that you remove the checked box at the green/white S-icon. This feature is really cool, you can even enter the exact adress where you want to go. The timetables and connection times are absolutely reliable.

Hope this helps you and you enjoy your trip!

Tobias

Re: S-Bahn

by abalada

> Now it has even gotten worse
They have found yesterday a new technical fault i.e. potential risk. Thus another 550 S-Bahn trains had to be removed from the operational pool.

Travel Tips for Berlin

My favorite structure in...

by CubsIn4

My favorite structure in Germany is the Reichstag in the former East Berlin. It was destroyed in WWII and not rebuilt until the 1990's. It's a very unusual building that its detractors claim is ugly but that many people (such as myself) find unique and appealing. It's something of a symbol of national unity for many Germans and offers some nice views of the city. What I enjoy most in Berlin is simply being out on the streets, looking around, hanging out with friends at restaurants, etc. Like all big cities, the best way to experience it is to stroll around the neighborhoods and get yourself lost a little.

New Architecture -- German Historical Museum

by yooperprof

A large, imposing slab of marble rises starkly from a pedestrian plaza - it must be a contemporary design by I.M. Pei!

I. M. Pei is probably the most famous contemporary architect of museum additions. Two of his most famous designs are the addition to the National Gallery on the Mall in Washington D.C., and the Glass Pyramid entrance at the Louvre in Paris.

Two of his buildings which I've visited and have featured on my VT pages are the John Hancock Tower in Boston, and the Des Moines (Iowa) Arts Center.

Gustav-Adolf-Kirche, Charlottenburg, 1932-1934

by Kathrin_E

This is the most jawdropping modern church room I've ever been in. Photos hardly give an impression. The nave is 19 m high. The golden cross behind the altar that raises up to the ceiling, the complementary contrast of blue and orange light, the majesty of this concrete building... amazing.

Otto Bartning, probably the greatest master of 20th century protestant church architecture in Germany, won the contest for a new church in the suburb of Jungfernheide in the late 1920s. Construction works began in 1932. This is one of the last building projects in the 1920s modern style that could be carried out and completed after 1933. The inauguration of the church in September 1934, performed by Reichsbischof Müller, already became a demonstration of the new Nazi rulers. Later they'd call Bartning's architecture "bolshevist"...

Date: 1932-1934
Architect: Otto Bartning
Confession: protestant

Address: Herschelstraße 14, 10589 Berlin
Location: near S-Bahn stop "Jungfernheide"
How to get in: No fixed opening hours. Contact the parish office and make an appointment, best in the morning when the secretaries are there, they'll gladly let you in. Very friendly people. Guided tours can be arranged.

Who was sitting there?

by matcrazy1

The picture was taken when we left famous Yorckschlosschen Club and Bar at about 2 am. Hmm... someone was sitting above the entrance on the advertisement neon or maybe we were after a few beers...

Jazz and more

by Turtleshell about Quasimodo

Quasimodo is a typical Jazz club or cellar and Berlin's oldest. Most bands that appear here, play either Jazz, Blues or Soul. Many of them were famous enough to play at bigger venues but seem to enjoy the more direct contact to the audience they find here.

Interior is "conservative" in a positive way: A typical no-nonsense Jazz cellar.

Kurfürstendamm and Savigny Platz are within walking distance. None

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