Hotel Greifswald

Greifswalder Str. 211, Berlin, 10405, de
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Tegel to City

by midet

Hey all :)

This is probably a usual question and maybe the first one when visiting any city and so here I am doing my part as a visitor to Berlin :) and asking it :).

I need to get from the Airport ( Tegel ) to Nordbahnhof ( more specific to street Gartenstr 92 ) and need to do it by public transportation.

This will be around 3pm next thursday. What's the best option, train, bus, subway ?


Another question i have is that I would love to visit the parlament on the 1st day of my visit as the other days are pretty much scheduled and do not included it but I've read that it has allways a big line and that after 4pm will be hard to visit it, is this true ?


Regards all :)

Re: Tegel to City

by abalada

BVG timetable
http://www.fahrinfo-berlin.de/Fahrinfo/bin/query.bin/en
From: TXL
To: 10115 Berlin, Gartenstr. 92

Single ticket is EUR 2,10.

Re: Tegel to City

by Elena77

There are several tours of the Reichstag available. Some have to be booked in advance. For detailed info:
http://www.bundestag.de/htdocs_e/visitors/index.html

> Information-paper for visitors 2009

Re: Tegel to City

by Turtleshell

Entrance to the Reichstag building closes at 10pm. If you line up 15 minutes earlier, you'll usually be inside after some 20 minutes. Don't shy away, if seemingly nothing happens, as the staff lets visitors in in groups of say 30 people. They won't ask you to leave before midnight, so that's plenty of time.
Admission is free, but leave everything at home you wouldn't bring to an airport.

Better yet, come early in the morning before doors open (8am) if you are more kind of an early bird then a night owl.

Re: Tegel to City

by Kakapo2

The Reichstag queues also depend on the travel season, so it should not be too bad next week. In summer there are already long queues before the gates open. We once left after nothing had happened for 40 minutes. Best always is to go as early as possible.

They have a sign outside which says something like that: From this point it takes 20 minutes into Reichstag. This is not always true. When we once queued we had already passed the sign and waited 40 minutes, and had not advanced more than ten metres. Groups that had booked tours were camping on the stairs. But as said, this was on an early summer's morning.

The earlier the better

by thirstytraveller

I visited Reichstag in an early morning in the beginning of last September and there was no queue at all, whereas later in the afternoon there were some 50-60 people waiting in the line.

Travel Tips for Berlin

Where is there a freaking laundry in this town!?

by skullcrusher

After who knows how many trips to Berlin, and Germany in general, I have finally found places to wash clothes. In case anyone else has had problems tracking down a laundrymat in Berlin let me say that there is a pretty good one at Rosenthaler Platz only a couple of stops north of Alexander Platz. It is called Waschsalon Schnell & Sauber and the address is: Torstraße, 115. The guy that runs the place speaks a bit of English and they also sell coffee and snacks that you can nibble on while waiting. Thankfully it only takes about 40mins to wash & 30mins to dry. If you've ever used one of those machines that take hours to clean your clothes then you know what a pain that can be.

If this location isn't convenient then there is another company called Eco-Express that has locations across Berlin & in a few other German cities. The places I've visited didn't have help readily on hand but the machines seem easy enough to figure how to operate. The website for Eco-Express is: www.waschsalon.de

City Circle Tour

by Mandy23

We joined a bus sightseeing tour to get a start in Berlin. Hop-on point was Kurfürstendamm and places we saw were:
Kurfürstendamm, KaDeWe, Kulturforum, Potsdamer Platz, Jewish Museum, Checkpoint Charly, Gendarmenmarkt, Alexanderplatz, Berlin Cathedral, Friedrichstraße, Unter den Linden, Brandenburger Tor, 17. Juni - Flea Market, Castle Charlottenburg, Castle Bellevue and a few others.

Knowing that there is so much to see in Berlin we used this tour to get a few first impressions and to decide which of the things we want to see in detail and come back for ... and thats what we did the next days. We took some extra time to visit the Berlin Cathedral, Checkpoint charly and the Wall Museum, the exhibition "topography of terror" and others.

If you like..then get lost in July by running..

by Maria250

...into Berlin's Love Parade. Funny, especially since you might primary planned to do the decent sight seeing thing. And then get stuck at the festival of love and techno rythym..

"Good vibes weren't enough to keep the world's biggest dance party in Berlin. The Love Parade decamped to the industrial Ruhr region after plans to keep it in Germany's capital fell through. Essen will be the first host.

The Love Parade turned 18 in the year of 2007. Love Parade will look for a new start in the Ruhr region, Germany's industrial center in the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

The Saturday parade in Essen is the centerpiece of a four-day "Love Weekend" that includes more than 1,000 hours of music, 700 performers and 100 parties. 2006's last Love Parade in Berlin attracted one million visitors who grooved to the music of 230 DJs from 17 countries. Ravers gyrate to electronic dance music booming from sound trucks and fixed stages manned by internationally known DJs."

Old world shopping experience

by alancollins about KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens)

This is the Berlin equivalent of Harrods in London and the largest department store in Western Europe. I read in a guide book to try coffee and cake in this department store. Being someone with a sweet tooth I was not disappointed, but the problem is, you’re spoilt for choice with so much on offer. The staff are extremely polite and there was no rush. Suitably refreshed it was time have a look around the shop. For those with money to spare and in urgent need of retail therapy this could be place to invest your hard the earned cash, or you could just window shop.

When Your Hungry At Late Night

by grishaV1

At no matter the time almost you can find a döner kebap stand or some kind of food stand on the major strasses to relieve the hunger pains at night. Most popular and available are the Turkish places. When you've come from the club and are going home or just in between clubs looking for another, you can get something quick to eat. It helps to have some food if you've had a lot of beer so you won't be so crazy :-)

The prices are cheap maybe 1.50 Euros up to 5 Euros for a small food or meal. Beer prices are from 1.30 Euro usual up to 2.50 depending the brand, bottles mostly and now they have the Barcardi and Smirnoff beverages also, Fanta, Sprite, whatever. The ones I saw stayed open until 5am and then opened again at 9am, but am sure there are some all night ones. These little kiosks are virtually everywhere, but can you believe I have never had döner kebap since I´ve lived here?!

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