Hotel 26

Grünberger Strasse 26, Berlin, 10245, Germany
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Denmark,Sonderborg to Belin

by gautamb

Can someone give me the cheapest means of travelling from Sonderborg in Denmark to Berlin in Germany. Also I would like to know what to see in Berlin during end of November.


Re: Denmark,Sonderborg to Belin

by Turtleshell

"Cheapest" would be train:
but it will take 7 hours.

Lufthansa, SAS and Air Baltic serve Sonderborg -> Berlin; prices start at around EUR 170 incl. tax.

November (along with February) is actually the worst month to visit Berlin (unless you are VERY lucky). Still, I'm not going to talk you out of visiting Berlin.
As for things to see, you may tell us first what you would like to see or check the vast amount of tips here on VT.

Re: Denmark,Sonderborg to Belin

by Potato-Brigade

Check out this bus route/price before you decide:

Re: Denmark,Sonderborg to Belin

by Turtleshell

Good find, Potato Brigade.
Here's another provider:

Re: Denmark,Sonderborg to Belin

by HansDK

Cheapest is by train. Travel time can be shortened to under 6 hours if you take bus from Sonderborg to Padborg (DKK 60/one-way). DSB (Danish Railways) have super offers from Jutland to Berlin. One-way DKK 299 for travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, DKK 349 the rest of the week. Tickets are limited and have to be book well in advance.

DB (German Railways) normal fare from Flensburg is EUR 170/return. Special fares are available at EUR 58, EUR 88 and EUR 127.50. The cheapest tickets for travel end November are probably sold out by now.

Lufthansa, SAS and Air Baltic do NOT serve Sonderborg -> Berlin. Only flights from Sonderborg are Cimber Air to Copenhagen. Connecting flights on Air Baltic are via Copenhagen and Riga, and will take longer time than going by train.

Cheapest connecting flights via Copenhagen I can find for end November is around EUR 265, and most connections take about 6 hours.

Re: Denmark,Sonderborg to Belin

by HansDK

Going by bus via Copenhagen is not a good idea. It takes about 4 hours from Sonderburg to Copenhagen and cost DKK 311/one-way.

berlinlinienbus from Flensburg is only 3 times a week. I checked departures for end November and all are sold out.

Re: Denmark,Sonderborg to Belin

by Turtleshell

> Lufthansa, SAS and Air Baltic do NOT serve Sonderborg -> Berlin.

Actually, yes, they do, albeit not directly (surprise!).
Cimber is still a code sharing partner with i.e. Lufthansa, and the itinerary would look like this:

Sonderborg - > Kopenhagen (on an ATR-42, perhaps operated by Cimber)
Kopenhagen - > Berlin (Lufthansa or SAS)
1:40 h, EUR 70 + tax.

Air Baltic would include 2 stops, but would still consume only 3.5 hours as opposed to 7 hours (train).

Re: Denmark,Sonderborg to Belin

by HansDK

Where do you find these prices and connections?

Re: Denmark,Sonderborg to Belin

by Turtleshell


Re: Denmark,Sonderborg to Belin

by Turtleshell

Sorry, 1:40 h would of course only be Sonderborg->CPH.
Then it takes another 1:40 h to get to Berlin.
Still, it goes twice as fast as taking the train.

Re: Denmark,Sonderborg to Belin

by HansDK is giving the actual flying times, connecting times are not included.

Actual flying time:
SGD-CPH 0:40
CPH-TXL 0:55-1:00

Fastest (and most expensive) connections SGD-TXL are 2:20 in travel time.

Travel Tips for Berlin

Schloss Charlottenburg


Schloss Charlottenburg was first built by Elector Friedrich III for his wife in 1695, but bombed in 1943 during the 2nd World War. After the war, all the reconstruction was completed in 1966.

The palace is an exquisite Baroque palace and one of the few remaining sites in Berlin that reflects the former splendour and grandeur of the royal Hohenzollern clan. Its landmark central domed tower, which topped by a gilded statue of the goddess Fortuna moving with the wind, has nothing less than Versailles provided the inspiration for the three-wing structure.

I like its Palace Garden and its two Statues at the main entrance. Take a glance at my Schloss Charlottenburg Travelogue for more pictures.

Berlin in English

by LeahRoisin

Everybody knows that Berlin is the place to be for nightlife, music, art and general good times but what help is that when you don't know your Kreuzberg from your Kartoffel. Locals recommened I should read Berlin listing magazines such as tip and zitty which I'm sure are great- but not if the only German phrase you know is 'Sprechen Sie Englisch?' So it was a stroke of luck when I spotted the monthly English-language magazine EXBERLINER in my local newsagent. EXBERLINER is a great magazine for any English-speaking visitor to Berlin. The articles are informative and the listings are varied and up to date, all that for only 2 euros-well you can't really go wrong!

still off the beaten path, so come now!!

by Sympathisant

Visit Eisenhüttenstadt!
It´s a 80 min train ride from Berlin and boasts a lot:

thouroughly planned and designed, it´s the first socialistic town in Germany

here a short excerpt from my Eisenhüttenstadt page:
"Architecturally , the style of "Nationale Bautradition" dominated the build-up of the living areas. Typical for these residental areas are passages between the houses ornated with columns, pilasters or cornices. The facades are decorated with oriels and ornamental fences or in other places with sgraffitos. The courtyards are laid out as small parks..."

more info here:

Where to buy wine

by Canuck5 about Wein Welt

A very nice wine store with brands from around the world, as the name of the shop would indicate ("Wine World").

Of course, visiting Germany it's only right that you should be looking at German wines, which in my opinion, are among the world's best white wines.

The fellow in the store can speak English, and was quite knowlegeable on wines. Depending on the vintage, country, etc., you can spend a little or a lot.

I bought a bottle of Saale-Unstrut 2002 Freyburger Schweigenberg Kabinett, a white, for about 10 €. In Canada, I'm sure the same bottle would probably sell at 2-3 times this price.


by Dimi1

Hey ... when your coming from the Winterfeldplatz, soon you'll see the green shimmering light. Follow that green light ... it leads to a green door. After entering you can feel a special atmosphere. It's unique, it's "the power of positive drinking" how the guys here use to say. The bar is cool and relaxed and the barkeepers serve the best Mai Tai or Vodka Martini mixed by a cool lady who is worth to enter the Green Door, Heike Heyse, one of the coolest barkeeper in berlin. There is also an illuminated plastic dog always watching the people ... don't be afraid, he's just a friend ... Enjoy ! Be yourself !


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