Hotel Alexander Berlin

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Pariser Strasse 37, Wilmersdorf, Berlin, 10707, Germany
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 10% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Forum Posts

time and cost to Tegel airport

by shira51

How long will it take and how much will it cost to take a cab from the city center of Berlin-mitte-to the Tegel airport. Thanks!

Re: time and cost to Tegel airport

by Roadquill

Bookmark

Re: time and cost to Tegel airport

by chrisbilal

With good traffic, around 20 to 30 min, in my experience.

Re: time and cost to Tegel airport

by shira51

Hi Karl,
Didn't quite understand your answer...it said Bookmark...I'm new to the site, is that something that I should know? I'm planning to stay in the city center and am wondering if it will take very long to get to the Tegel airport. It's only about 5 miles from where I'm staying. Also wondering how much a cab would be.
Thanks for your help.
Susan

Re: time and cost to Tegel airport

by shira51

thanks for your answer. Wondering too about cab costs.

Re: time and cost to Tegel airport

by chrisbilal

It's been awhile since I lived in Berlin -

I usually use http://www.worldtaximeter.com to figure these things out.

It comes to around 25 Euro in this case.

Re: time and cost to Tegel airport

by Bavavia

hello
i would take the bus.. thats what i am doing... 25 euro is a lot to go just 5 miles .. i have to take one bus and one underground to get to my hotel !

www.bvg.de

Travel Tips for Berlin

Read about the city before you visit

by johannt

There is so much history in Berlin that you are transformed from the 21st Century to the time of the Cold War, Adolf Hilter and before!

Look out for the narrow cobblestones shown in the photo below of the 'Berliner Mauer'. This marks the path of the Berlin Wall. I ran the 10Km stretch of the 25Km Run Berlin on Sunday, May 6, 2007.

Reichstag

by bugulma

The place that was very popular in the Soviet schoolbooks. There is a story that 2 Russian soldiers raised the Soviet flag in May 8, 1945 and it was the end of the WWII. Many years later, after USSR collapsed, the information appeared that it was just a nice story and some photos of that event were made some later in May of 1945. In any way, the system was good and when I saw Reichstag, my mind told me that it is the symbol of the victory in WWII. The system still works :-).
Reichstag was built in 1884-1894 by Paul Wallot. In February 28, 1933 after burning in Reichstag, the social-nationalists, with their leader Adolf Hitler, came to power. During WWII the building was completely destroyed during street fights in the city. It was rebuilt and was opened in 1970. In 1999 the "new" Reichstag was open with wonderful glass cupola. Entrance is free but with thorough security.

Silver guy :-)

by matcrazy1

I took this picture of "a silver guy" next to Brandurburg Gate. Hmm... I am not a paparazzi so I didn't take a picture of his silver face.
I think he was a mime and earned money for... doing nothing that is standing without any move. Rather boring job :-).

Mimes are easy to meet especially in Mont-Martre district of Paris and in many other touristy places in Europe. I used to meet "white lady" in market square of Krakow, Poland

Berlin's Zehlendorf & its lakes

by Maria250

Zehlendorf is a district in the south west of Berlin. Zehlendorf is the wealthiest part of Berlin and has a lot of lakes and forest, but also lots of culture and the biggest university in Berlin. Most famous is the Wannsee with its Strandbad, where on hot summer weekends all families head to, but there are also other lakes, where bathing is allowed and even free. Zehlendorf is more interesting for tourists because of its many museums, beautiful nature and some old castles. wikipedia

Berlin's Best Biergarten

by Ottofive about Prater Garten Biergarten und Gastst├Ątte

Big, well-run and popular Biergarten on Kastanienallee in Berlin's lively Prenzlauer Berg. Open from early April to late September (weather permitting), the Biergarten is about 50 meters off the street, so you hear no traffic and see no cars. Instead, sit under tall chestnuts and feel the crunch of small pebbles under foot as you drink good German beer and eat Bratwurst.

Self-service. In the evenings, when the Biergarten is full, it may take 5 or 10 minutes standing in line to get a beer or a Bratwurst.

There is also a large full-service Restaurant on the grounds, which serves typical German fare. Excellent Wienerschnitzel and generous salads. No restrictions.

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Address: Pariser Strasse 37, Wilmersdorf, Berlin, 10707, Germany