Hotel Bernstein

Nurnberger Str. 46, Berlin, 10789, Germany
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tickets for a Berlin Philarmonica Orchestra concert and shopping hours

by Debinha

Would it be difficult to buy tickets for a Berlin Philarmonica Orchestra concert in December? I´d rather buy the tickets when I get to Berlin than using internet for such purpose, if so possible.

Also, given it´s the Xmas time, I wonder if the shops are still closing at regular hours by now.

"Dank". :)

Re: tickets for a Berlin Philarmonica Orchestra concert and shopping hours

by hexelein

Of course you can buy the tickets when you get to Berlin (either at the box office, one of the many ticket agencies or - I would imagine - at the tourist offices), but if you have a look at you will see that some of the upcoming concerts are sold out. If you really want to be certain to see the Philharmonic when you get there, you should probably order online. I'm absolutely sure it's safe to do so. The Berliner Philharmonie has a large user base who pays for online access to concerts, so they are perfectly used to online payments.

As for shopping - some shops will have extended opening hours, but you'll have to check that with the individual shops. You can probably assume that most shopping centres will be open late and on Sundays.

(Sorry if this appears twice, am having some intarwebz troublez right now.)

Re: tickets for a Berlin Philarmonica Orchestra concert and shopping hours

by blackbirdxx

it depends on the concert: if there are special solists, you won`t have any chance to get a ticket now for December. Because of the fame of this Orchestra + the great acoustic in the "Philharmonie" it is better to book in advance online.
Some shoping malls + centers are opened at the Sundays before Christmas. But December 24`th everything will be closed from 2 p.m. December 25 + 26 there is no shoping (exept some small shops in train-stations + airports etc)

Travel Tips for Berlin

Berlin Zoo

by cecicorr

Surely in Berlin you must not miss the zoo. Giving its name to the famous Zoo Station, it somewhat still embodies early 19th century taste for esotic species and places. Beside animals, you will in fact find fake oriental palaces acting as the animals' homes during the long winter months. A little decadent, but animals very well cared for. The panda is so sad, though.


by bugulma

I've read about the castle in 1-2 days before my departure from Moscow and I wished to see it very much. So, when I saw some general tips in Eastern Berlin I decided to go to Western Berlin to see Charlottenburg. The castle was a summer palace of Sophia Charlotta, the wife of Friedrich III, in 1695-1699. Then the palace became a summer residence of Prussia dukes and kings. Besides building works were in 1701-1713, then in 1740-1746 and in 1787-1791 (orangerie and theater). Now the castle is museum when you can see appartments of XIX century.
I got round line of train, S45, to the station Westend. Then I had a walking, 10 minutes around.

Parking of bicycles

by matcrazy1

There were not very many parking lots for bicycles in Berlin's downtown. Usually they were located either among apartment buildings, and in front of larger department stores or some popular among locals other stores. Some bicycle owners used to lock their bicycles to the fence by the entrance to the underground U-bahn stations.

Round shape of BMW building

by matcrazy1

Walking along main shopping street called Kurfürstendamm or shortly Ku-Damm (district Charlottenburg) I paid my attantion to the large, glass building of German BMW car company. It had typical for BMW round shape.

Where it was?
Close to U-bahn station Uhlandstraße (last station of U15).

Eye-catching ladies

by sarahandgareth about Oranienburgerstrasse and nearby

Down towards the eastern end of Oranienburgerstrasse, just before the street enters the Hackescher Markt, tourists are often surprised to see ladies of the night touting for business on the street-side, generally right under the noses of the police guarding the Neue Synagoge.

In summer, they wear the usual skimpy outfits, but they’re there in winter too, even on the coldest nights, wearing brightly-coloured snowsuits that make them look more like Michelin men than temptresses. You can still, however, make a pretty good guess at their profession since many of them wear alluring corsets over their snowsuits to ensure potential clients don't walk or drive on by wondering who all the skiers are.

In any season, the prostitutes often come in to the local bars to change in the bathrooms: staff in ordinary Berlin bars, unlike other cities, would never dream of turning people away from their bathrooms (a handy tip to remember if you need one yourself!). And winter or summer, they’re unmistakably visible, since local mores, and the authorities, tend to turn a blind eye. If you slow down at all, even because you're staring at a nearby restaurant menu, they'll often be over to solicit business - often in English, since many of them are from Eastern Europe, not Germany.


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 Hotel Bernstein

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Address: Nurnberger Str. 46, Berlin, 10789, Germany