Comfort Hotel Auberge

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Bayreuther Strasse 10, Berlin, 10789, Germany
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Visiting Berlin for one day

by sprdak11

Hello. I'm planning a one-day trip to Berlin with a couple of friends. What one should visit and see in the city for only a couple of hours? Greetings

Re: Visiting Berlin for one day

by GrumpyDiver

1. Stroll through the core - see Unter den Linden, remnants of the Berlin wall, Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag, etc.

2. Museum Island - The Pergamon Museum with the Pergamon alter and the Ishtar gate. This museum is fantastic.

3. Head out to the suburbs and visit Sans Souci Palace.

Re: Visiting Berlin for one day

by hexelein

Only a couple of hours for Berlin? Hm. You either do the "let's see how many historically significant places we manage to see in x hours!", or you find out if there is something that really interests you that you truly want to see.

For option one (aka the whirlwind sightseeing), try a bus, either bus 100 (public transportation) or a sightseeing company. See http://www.visitberlin.de/english/sightseeing/e_si_stadterkundungen.php for misc info on tours.

For option two, check for instance http://wikitravel.org/en/Berlin for an overview and then search the VT tips for more info.

Have fun! Berlin is luuuuuurvely in spring! :D

Re: Visiting Berlin for one day

by iblatt

Hi,

I agree with Hexelein's suggestion:
Take bus # 100 from the center of former-West-Berlin (Zoo for example), and get an almost-free bus tour of the main sights (Unter den Linden, Brandenburg Gate, Tiergarten etc). Get off on the way for a quick tour on foot: A bit of Unter den Linden, Brandeburg Gate, Reichstag, Spree River.
Enjoy this wonderful city!
Ilan

Travel Tips for Berlin

Brewer's Berlin Tours

by capture_boy

If you only EVER take one walking tour,take Terry Brewer's Tour.

Terry is a former British Diplomat who worked in the Embassy in East Berlin before the Wall came down.

The tour starts outside the new Jewish Synagogue, there are other pickup points before this.

The tour is excellent value for money, given that the tour I was on lasted 8 Hours, so be prepared for walking at quite a pace, there are a couple of stops during the day though.

The tour guides are very informative and entertaining,not only taking you to the major sites, but some places that you would not find on your own.

I recommend you take this tour on the first day of your stay in Berlin, as it gives you an excellent insight into Berlin and allows you to work out your orientation quickly, saving you getting lost later in your stay.

go to Berliner DOM.

It was...

by zys1

go to Berliner DOM.

It was badly damaged in the war, Berliner DOM-Berlin's biggest church was reopned in 1993 after 18years of renovation.

( NOTE: IT is one stop of bus 100, you can arrive this place easily by bus 100.)

42,2 km

by MichaelFalk1969

Once a year in September, thousands of professional and amateur runners compete in the the Berlin Marathon. It is the biggest and most popular marathon race in Germany, even comparable to the New York marathon. The course is like a sightseeing tour through Berlin and leads past many sights, like the Brandenburg Gate and the "Siegessäule". The Berliners take this event very seriously, and many spectators convene along the race.

If you only want to go for the half distance, the Berlin half marathon is equally spectacular and takes place in April. Shoes

(9) - The Mausoleum

by Kakapo2

The mausoleum in Treptower Park is located in a pavillion at the end of the Grove of Honour. This pavillion is sitting on a burial hill, and on the mausoleum stands the statue of the soldier with the child. You can walk up there on a wide staircase.

You can have a look inside through the iron bars that protect the wonderful dome of the mausoleum and in its centre the book of honour which holds the names of the soldiers who are buried here.

The dome is covered in great mosaics. At the bottom you see representatives of all Soviet republics mourning their deaths, the top is adorned by the five-pointed star of communism. In between are mosaic ribbons with inscriptions in Russian and German. The German translation obviously contains some mistakes - but as I can only read the Cyrillic letters but do not understand their meaning I cannot judge this.

BTW Such hills on which the pavillion was erected are called “Kurgan”. They are the medieval burial sites of the wide plains of the river Don.

Photo 2 and 3 show the entire mausoleum and the statue of the soldier with the child.

Location:
Between the streets Puschkinallee and Am Treptower Park, 12435 Berlin-Treptow

Directions:
S-Bahn S41, S42, S8, S85, S9, station Treptower Park
Buses 166, 265, 365, stations Sowjetisches Ehrenmal and Herkomer Straße, also N 65 Klingerstraße and Rethelstraße

Gay district

by kit_mc about Gay nightlife

The area between Wittenbergplatz and Nollendorfplatz south of Kleistrasse is the gay district in the old west Berlin. The bars here are a bit of a mixture, with some relatively cool ones and other really grim small dives. In some of the older bars it's pretty obvious that some of the young guys will go with older men for money, and it can make you feel rather uncomfortable.

Try picking up a copy of the local listings magazine, Siegesaulle, free from many bars and cafes. It is also around here that you'll be able to find some nice gay friendly cafes serving brunch.

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 Comfort Hotel Auberge

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Address: Bayreuther Strasse 10, Berlin, 10789, Germany