Hotel Am Hermannplatz

Kottbusser Damm 24, Kreuzberg, Berlin, 10967, Germany
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Getting from Schoenfeld Airport

by gm.phillips

Can anyone tell me roughly how much a taxi is from the Airport to Gunzel Strasse which is in the West part? We are arriving at 2230 hrs. Also there is a station (I think it's a tube station) right opposite the Hotel which is the Queens Best Western and I wonder if anyone can tell me how to get there by public transport at that time of night and how difficult it would be.

Re: Getting from Schoenfeld Airport

by Bernd_L

Google maps tells me the distance from Schönefeld Airport to Güntzelstrasse is 22 km. I guess the taxi costs at about 35 Euros but I'm not that sure about it.

Public transport with will be between 50 to 60 minutes and you'll have to change bus/trains at least once according to the website of Berlins public transport system. But the tickets will be definitely much cheaper - especially if you take on of their special offers for tourists. Have a look here:
http://www.bvg.de/index.php/en/Bvg/Start

Re: Getting from Schoenfeld Airport

by JHR

I think you would be mad to waste money on a taxi. Berlin's public transport system is excellent, cheap, and carries on running til late. I reckon you need to head for Zoo, by S-Bahn or Regional DB Train from Schoenefeld, and then change to U-Bahn Line 9 (U9). Güntzelstrasse is just a few stops away, heading south. This journey would not be difficult (honest!) - I have undertaken more complex journeys, later at night, whilst under the influence of good German beer. You would also see some interesting/historic parts of Berlin by night from your window on the first part of your journey! Wait a bit - and I'm sure one of the usual suspects will add to this discussion with more detailed travel instructions. (One of the first things to do before arriving in Berlin, or on arrival, is to get hold of a good (i.e. readable) map of the BVG public transport network. Try http://www.bvg.de/index.php/en/Bvg/Start ). Hoping this helps. Goodnight from Manchester, England.

Re: Getting from Schoenfeld Airport

by thirstytraveller

I second James's opinion - Berlin's transport system is indeed excellent. I have twice arrived in Schönefeld at 2300 and taken trains to different parts of the city.
Just take the S9 from the airport and change to the U9 in Zoologischer Garten. It takes under an hour from Schönefeld to Güntzelstrasse.
Buy your tickets from ticket machines in the airport, I recommend Berlin Welcome Card ABC zone tickets, but you'll surely find the ones that suit you most. Maps and journey planner are available on BVG's web site mentioned above.

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Bullet scars from WW II

by Roadquill

The columns at one of the museums on the museum island still bear the scars of hundreds of bullets from WW II. With all the beauty surrounding and inside the museum space, this auspicious remnant of the destruction of war stands out.

Berlin To Finally Start Holocaust Memorial

by Mandy23

Well, I didn't really know where to add this, so I'll write it here. A while ago I've read that the Holocuast Memorial is expected to be opened in spring of 2005.
The memorial will feature 2752 concrete tablets spread out over a 19.000 square meter space. It is scheduled to open May 8, 2005 - the 60th anniversary of the end of the second world war.
Oh yep, the architect is Peter Eisenman.

http://www.holocaust-mahnmal.de/

Memorial on a Monumental Scale

by Martin_H

The Soviet Army Memorial in Treptower park towards the sout of Berlin is where 5000 of the troops who fought for Berlin are buried. It is constructed on a very large scale with marble slabs bearing the wise words of Stalin in Russian and English.

Ampelmann shop

by Mariajoy about Ampelmann

The little red and green Ampelmann figures of East Berlin proved so popular that they have thankfully been saved and continue to be used at most pedestrian road crossing points around the city. They are another (very lucrative) little symbol proving to be a best seller amongst tourists and a few shops selling nothing but Ampelmann merchandise have appeared around the city. Think of an object - put a red or green Ampelmann on it - and these shops probably sell it! Immensely collectable, (and quite expensive!) - they make an interesting souvenir to take home.

Green to walk, Red to stop by the way :)) Anything from a Euro to a lot more!

Irish pub

by nigelw6443 about Oscar Wilde Irish Pub

As with any city in the world you will always find an Irish pub, and Berlin is no exception with a selection of maybe 50 or so to choose from.

I have selected this one in particular as it is easy for me to get to, as it is right outside the Oranienburger Tor banhof and they also show English Premier league football there! This is also a good meeting spot as it is central and located to one of Berlins busiest streets for nightlife.
Every friday is Karaoke night and most saturdays they have live music.

The staff are mainly Irish and they serve the best Guinness outside of Dublin and the food is great especially the Irish breakfast. Casual

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Address: Kottbusser Damm 24, Kreuzberg, Berlin, 10967, Germany