Hotel 4 Youth am Mauerpark

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Bernauer Strasse 45-46, Berlin, 10435, Germany
Hotel 4 Youth am Mauerpark
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ATM's in Berlin..?

by Greggor58

Does anyone have experience using ATM machines in Berlin...simple question would be I suppose are Canadian issued ATM cards linked to banks in Germany?Can I use my Canadian bank issued ATM card in bank machines in Berlin..?
Thanks to anyone that might share they're experience...

Re: ATM's in Berlin..?

by pwrblond

I'm American but i'm pretty sure you shouldn't have any issues with your ATM card, i met a lot of canadians when i traveled and they didn't have any trouble. Your bank may charge a fee for withdrawal but thats it.

hope that helps.

Re: ATM's in Berlin..?

by dnwitte

In principle you shouldn't have a problem, but it's essential to check with your bank before you go. After years of no problems anywhere in Europe I found my ATM card blocked at every bank in Holland, due to measures taken against a phishing scam. If it can happen there it can happen in Germany, so always check first.

Re: ATM's in Berlin..?

by repleo

If it is a Mastercard or Visa or one of its affiliates it should work fine but call the issuer to let them know you will be using it abroad or it may get blocked. Also, if you normally enter your password as letters you will need to know its numeric equivalent, some European ATM's don't have letters on the keypad. Also, don't make a lot of small withdrawels. You will be charged a flat foreign transaction fee in addition to the normal out of network fees and currency conversion spread.

Re: ATM's in Berlin..?

by leics

Good advice above. Most major international cards will work, but some won't (applies everywhere in Europe). Check with your card issuer, tell them when and where you are going, learn your PIN in numbers (the UK, for example, does not offer letter-based PINs). Check the withdrawals charge and make sure you have an alternative way of paying/getting cash in case your card gets swallowed/lost/stolen.

It's sensible to take some euros with you anyway, for immediate usage (bus/taxi etc) rather than havig to faff about with ATMs or exchange counters in the airport.

Re: ATM's in Berlin..?

by Greggor58

Thanks all for your help.....all good advice and GREAT to know that I can probably draw funds on a whim...I have used ATM's outside of Canada but mostly in Mexico and the USA...I have NOT travelled in Europe for quite a few years and I just wasnt certain...Again....Thanks!

Re: ATM's in Berlin..?

by Lkd

I have had the same problem after having used the same atm card here in germany for the last year...I don't know if you've called your bank, but mine has reported that there is some sort of problem with many american cards that they are trying to solve. They told me to go to the US embassy or a local bank willing to give me a cash forward in the mean time. It's a hassle.

Travel Tips for Berlin

The Spirit of "Warum Nicht?" (Why not?)

by JourneyOf1

I would normally describe myself as a rather cautious person, quick in the mind but slow to do, however Berlin introduced to me strongly the idea of "Warum Nicht?" or "Why not??!!" The city is very energetic, very alive and vital, moving and busy, intense and vague all at the same time. A great mix and totally intriguing!

After only 2 days of getting acquainted with the basics even I began to say "Warum Nicht?" whenever anyone made a suggestion of what to do, where to go, or how much to have. You're on vacation, you are with friendly people, you want to have a good time and some memorable memories, so "Warum Nicht?" Learning to say, "Warum Nicht".

"Do you want one more vodka? I'll have one if you have one...." says one.

"Warum nicht!" replies the other.

But really its not about getting drunk, having a smoke, or doing things you wouldn't ordinarily do at home, its about being free and open and happy, and allowing yourself possibilities. Saying "warum nicht" can be a very good thing.

Sign of safe and upscale districts

by matcrazy1

Excuse, it's more worldwide sign of safe and usually upscale districts than Berlin local custom tip.

When I first drove around Berlin's district of Charlottenburg, looking for accommodation after... midnight I could see few people still walking around - nice surprice. Next day I could see... look at my picture - how to call these glass advertising-boxes with shoes, clothes for sale inside put on a street in English? They were located along main shopping street called Kurfürstendamm or shorter Ku-Damm.
My simple conclusion was: Charlottenburg was very safe district either at day and at late night. And it was upscale (= expensive) district as well.

The Tacheles Complex

by cwest03

The Tacheles Complex on Oranienburger Straße, built in 1907 was one of the largest warehouses in town in its time. World War II took its toll on this building and the results are still visible today as you can see in this picture. a good portion of the back side of this building was blown out. This didn't stop squatting artists from occupying the building and saving it from demolition in the early 1990s. The building today is home to artist studios, a cafe and a few bars. The building has actually been fixed up a bit since I first visited in 1998 but its war scared character has been retained. Some of the original spirit still remains however I fear that the mainstream has been moving in and will soon completely commercialize the area. It's hard to keep a good thing a secret. Check it out before it's completely lost it's charm.

Unique clothes at various prices

by matcrazy1 about Chic

This store offered quite a lot interesting, a little aristic and unique clothes esp. for women, both first and esp. second hand including old collectons of well known deseigners like say Jil Sanders. If you look for something unique go there and take more time to browse among many clothes. The store seemed to be quite popular among locals as there were always 1-2 costumers inside.

The store was very small, so some clothes were hidden in the back room. Ask the saleswoman (although her English was as good as my German :-) what you are looking for. The store was not heavy lighted, so better go outside to check real colours and quality of what you are going to buy. Large variety of clothes especially for women. Urszula (me too) liked very pretty and unique brown jacket embroidered with yellow thread with foxes on borders and foxy collar. Hmm... it costed over 300 € and it was a little too small for her. We even asked the very nice salewoman (she knew English very little) to lower the price. She checked some notes, asked the salesman and finally replied that she couldn't lower the price not to sell it below the cost. Very different prices: from 10 € (for one piece of second hand cloth on sale outside the store - nothing pretty there) to... over 800 € for beautiful, first hand leather overcoat. Urszuala liked many clothes which costed... 300 € and over. A few pretty and unique clothes had lowered (even twice) prices and costed 50 - 100 €.

Get your CITY TOUR CARD

by whvcebu

The CityTourCard - The ticket for all visitors to Berlin.
The card entitles to discounts to more than 30 tourists attractions.
Furthermore the ticket is valid on ALL public transportation in zones AB, subway, city train, tram, bus

The ticket can be purchased at the box offices of the stations, ticket machines or at the counter of many hotels.

Cost:
48 hours - € 14.90
72 hours - € 19.90

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