Hotel Gunia

Eisenacher Strasse 10, Schöneberg, Berlin, 10777, Germany
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Getting around Berlin

by cinemartin

I am going to be heading to Berlin for a few days with my girlfriend next month and want to get as much out of the city as I can. As of right now, I'm staying in Mariendorf? I was wondering if this is a good area to stay? Is it out of the way? Will it be easily accessible to cabs, buses and trains? Is it very far from the majority of sights? If anyone can help me, I'd appreciate it greatly. Thanks!

Re: Getting around Berlin

by Wowmoment

I found Berlin very easy to get around loads of travel options all info on this site

http://www.visitberlin.de/english/berlin-infos/e_bi_stadtinfos_nahverkehr.php

We tried the 100 & 200 buses and found them excellent. As described on the site above.

You seem to be staying a little way out but fairly near an S bahn station, so you should have no problems.

Re: Getting around Berlin

by Turtleshell

Mariendorf is not exactly close to the main sights, but if you are lucky and the subway is more or less next door, it shouldn't be a big issue. Of course there are buses, but don't ask which and where they go.
Not sure if I have ever been to Mariendorf, but I believe it's a so-so district.

I have described a couple of "Turtle Walks" in my profile which you may find interesing. (Mind the Off-the-beaten-path one).

Re: Getting around Berlin

by blackbirdxx

<<>> is well said. Underground train " U6 " is going there, but how far or near to your accomodation we don`t know. Be prepaired to footwalks to the next bus stop... Get yourself a good map (not a cheap tourist map which only shows you the central districts)and get yourself informed about actual timetables of public transport

Re: Getting around Berlin

by stativi

Mariendorf is a nice district, but tends to be a bit boring. very small-town like. If you're not close to the U-Bahn/Metro (eg station Alt-Mariendorf), it is indeed rather far from the city center, but of course there are also buses.

There are some minor sights in Mariendorf, including the windmill "Adlermühle" (here is a pic: http://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Datei:Adlermuehle3.JPG&filetimestamp=20051018193959), the very old town church and the Martin-Luther-Gedächtniskirche, featuring symbols from the third reich.

Travel Tips for Berlin

the new city center

by fabrice

it is now east-berlin (ost-berlin) which is the new city center, so the district is upside down , everything is being rebuilt, you will see dozens of trucks coming from the czech republic for the works ; the former west-berlin centers are now quite far by foot

Online German language tuition

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I highly recommend first time visitors to Germany to visit http://www.languages4everyone.com/ for important stuff on the language. I'v logged on there and the website proves the best language site to me.

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Potsdam

by William1982

Just outside Berlin is Potsdam, the city of Friedrich the Great. The main reason for being here is the Park Sanssouci, highlighting Friedrich's wealth and tastes. Within the grounds is a castle, a windmill and an orchard, amongst other things.

Budget Berlin souvenirs

by Shooky101 about Kreuzberg / Mitte shops vs. Online shopping

Under Den Linden is one of the most beautiful parts of Berlin, with lots of souvenirs shops - mostly up the st., when you face Brandenburg gate. It doesn't really matter which one you enter, since most of them sell more or less the same stuff and charge unbelievably high prices.
DO NOT buy pieces of the Berlin wall there - you can find all over the city, for much lower prices, starting 0.5 EUR.
You can find some Ampelmenn products in most of the stores, which are also pretty expensive - starting at about 5-10 EUR for simple stuff, like hats and postcards.
There are some nice T-shirts and woolen hats, as well as a lot of very cool postcards and posters, but they too are pretty pricy. Generally speaking, Berlin is a city with lots of bargains - most of the shops in the east part quarters are surprisingly inexpensive.
Also, there's Bergman st. in Kreuzberg (and many other places in this nice quarter), where you can find great stuff and pay less. There's also some great second hand clothing shops there, and a nice market.
AVOID the shops in the west side. If you're looking for boutique shops, cloth or souvenirs, try to look for little shops in the Mitte quarter (also the place with most of the tourist attractions).
Also, you can find some inexpensive gifts, souvenirs and clothing all over the net. I like very much this one that I found lately: http://www.cafepress.com//berlin_2006 I bought a wonderful coat for 4 EUR only, at a second hand outlet. My GF bought 6 kg of cloth for 12 EUR in Bergman st. We bought some very expensive Ampelmenn goods, and lots of tiny souvenirs for cents - outside the central places.

Mmmmm Beeer!

by nigelw6443 about Luisen Brau

This place brews it's own beer and sells it by the meter? Yes, the meter! A meter of beer consists of a long wooden tray with 12 glasses of 2,5 litre beers on it. Costs around 30 euro and is available in dark or light beer or both. For a bit extra you can also enjoy this with a meter of schnappes too! Casual.

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 Hotel Gunia

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Address: Eisenacher Strasse 10, Schöneberg, Berlin, 10777, Germany