Europa City Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Konstanzer Str 60, Berlin, 10707, Germany
Europa City Hotel
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Restaurants and bars neat the Circus in Mitte

by manfromdelmonte

I am staying at The Cirus in Mitte for a few days in August, are they any good restaurants near the Circus? apart from trying German food ( I can't wait to try currywurst!) are there many good places to eat near by? I particulary like Thai, Indian and Vietnamese food. Also many good bars in that area?

Re: Restaurants and bars neat the Circus in Mitte

by Turtleshell

The Circus is situated in Mitte, bordering Prenzlauer Berg.
Both areas are full of bars and restaurants. Personally, i like Nola's am Weinberg (not sure if I wrote a tip), Café Orange and Gugelhof (see tips or ask Google).
As for German food: Currywurst is not exactly "typical German food", more like typical fast food after a Kurdish/Turkish Kebab. And those for sale around Alexanderplatz are probably the worst (I dislike this stuff anyway).
Click me gently: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/tp/1b55a7/

Re: Restaurants and bars neat the Circus in Mitte

by micas_pt

Hi,

I visited Berlin last April. I had the same expectations: try local typical food. I found that there weren't typical German restaurants, except for the currywurst you may eat during the day at various spots across the city. At night, there is a wide choice of restaurants, most of them international food, I had dinner more than once at Thai restaurants and found them good and cheap. My hotel was situated at Oranienburg Strasse and I had dinner most often around that area, it is an area with lots of restaurants and bars, lots of people in the street late at night, I always felt safe. You may easily spot this street and area in a map: it's where the New Synagogue and Tacheles are situated. Various U-Bahn stations around this area, I used it late at night and found it ok.

Have fun in Berlin, it is a fabulous city! Can´t wait to visit again!!

Alexandra

Re: Restaurants and bars neat the Circus in Mitte

by Turtleshell

I second Alexandra.
Food typical for Germany implies that the cuisine does not differ heavily from state to state, but as a matter of fact, it does.
Berlin traditionally had a "poor man's" cuisine, but this changed after wealth increased after WW2. Now Berliners copy from everywhere and adapt receipts to local taste.
South-west Germany is different. Situated closer to France, food has always played a more prominent role than in Berlin.

Re: Restaurants and bars neat the Circus in Mitte

by blackbirdxx

Curry-Wurst at " Curry 36 "
Mehringdamm 36, 10961 Berlin
U-Bahnhof Mehringdamm

Travel Tips for Berlin

Three Day Pass - a must

by TempNomad

If you are planning to see more than two or three museums during your stay, I strongly recommend purchasing the 3-Tage-Karte at the first museum you visit. It lasts for 72 hours, and it includes all the state sponsored museums. This includes the Gemaldegalerie (a must), the Jewish Museum (a must), Pergamonmuseum, and many others. It's 12 Euro for three days. Some museums are 8 Euro just for the visit. It's a great deal. The one day pass is 10 Euro, I believe. It comes with a long list of the museums included. Be aware that many are closed on Mondays, so that may influence your decision. We liked having the card because it meant we could make some quick visits to several museums, as we didn't want to spend three hours in all of them.

http://www.berlin-tourist-information.de/deutsch/reiseveranstalter/d_rv_museumspass.html

Mummy i am in Berlin !!!

by Pakistaniguy

Its always wonderful to call your loved ones back from from such a beautiful city. You can bring a smile on your loved one's face by just making a short phone call back home from one of the many public telephones in the city. I saw them especially at Zoologischeer Garten and Alexanderplatz.

Electrical appliances

by sim1


In case you want to bring any electrical appliances with you, here is the system Germany uses: 220 volts and 50 Hz. It is a round pin attachment plug (see picture)

An adapter will allow you to plug an appliance designed for one type of outlet into another type of outlet. Despite the fact that more than a dozen different types of plugs are in use, a typical travel adapter kit usually contains about five adapters which are capable of dealing with most of the outlets shown here. Adapters often manage this versatility by bypassing the ground/earth wire.

Beware: an adapter by itself will not change the electrical voltage. You must be sure that your appliance can handle different voltages (either automatically or through a voltage switches). If it can't, you will need a voltage converter.

As an American put it "Soccer in Germany is..

by Maria250

...the best party you can be at".

Quoting from http://cnn.com/worldcup

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

BERLIN, Germany -- Miroslav Klose struck twice to steer Germany to a 3-0 win over a half-hearted Ecuador on Tuesday, sealing first place in Group A for the World Cup hosts.

Klose, who also scored two in the opening day 4-2 win over Costa Rica, swooped for his first in the fourth minute of a match played in stifling humidity at the Olympiastadion...

Fellow striker Lukas Podolski slid in the third in the 57th minute after a good cross from midfielder Bernd Schneider...

(coach Juergen Klinsmann) "Our goal was to win the group and we achieved that. It was difficult to keep the pace up because it was hot out there but overall we are happy and looking forward to the knockout games."

The win ensures Germany will avoid the first-placed team in Group B, which will be England if they avoid defeat against Sweden in a later game on Tuesday...

It had been clear before the start that the match meant more to Germany than to Ecuador, who made five changes to the side that beat Costa Rica 3-0...

The goal seemed to resign Ecuador to their fate and Germany, the three-times World Cup winners, continued to create chances...

Ballack chipped through, Klose held off his marker and took the ball round goalkeeper Cristian Mora before slipping the ball into an empty net.

Edwin Tenorio and Edison Mendez brought saves from Jens Lehmann after the break but Germany had a 72,000 full house cheering again through Podolski's sliding finish for the third.

Second place in the group is still a triumph for Ecuador, who were eliminated in the first round on their first appearance at the finals in 2002.

This is THE place to be! cant get more trendy this

by Nelson1979 about Berghain (Panoramabar)

This Raw club in an old factory is the best place i have been to in ages. the music is very techno and danceable! Its a gay/ mixed club with trendy people! Dont expect trendy as in colourfull, fashionable clotes....no, its more trendy in a raw, jeans, muscled, industrial way....dont know how to explain it better!

No mirrors to see if you look well, no cameras allowed, just get your drinks at the bar and dance the night away! there are 2 floors with different styles! If you are a guy u can also use the darkroom!

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