Ingeborg Hotel Berlin

Wielandstrasse 33, Charlottenburg, Berlin, 10629, Germany
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Getting around Berlin

by demimcgovern

I will be visiting Berlin next week and need some help. How can I get to U-Bahn station Wittenberg Platz from the Schoneberg airport? How can I reach the town of Potsdam from the same station? Since I will be staying for seven days, which ticket should I buy? Is there a seven-day pass? Thanks!

Re: Getting around Berlin

by abalada

BVG timetable
http://www.fahrinfo-berlin.de/Fahrinfo/bin/query.bin/en?ld=0.1&
From: SXF
To: U Wittenbergplatz

From: U Wittenbergplatz
To: Potsdam
of course you could give for Potsdam additionally the name of a stop or an address.

There is a 7-day pass.
http://www.bvg.de/index.php/en/Bvg/Detail/folder/764/rewindaction/Index/id/2903/name/7-Day+Card
As Schönefeld Airport and Potsdam are both in the zone "Berlin C" you will need the version for "Berlin ABC". EUR 32,30.

Re: Getting around Berlin

by cassiovieggore

I am sending below the Berlin's U-Bahn Map (Subway and trains):
http://www.urbanrail.net/eu/bln/berlin-map.htm
If you got the Berlin U-Bahn Map on your video then try to put the vertical displacement bar fully down and the horizontal bar displacement fully right side. Then you will watch Schonenberg Airport is served by S-9 and S-45 subway line.
Again with the linked Berlin U-Bahn Map on your video you may look for U-3 (dark green line), U-2 (red) and U-1 ( light green line) connecting region.
There's Wittenberg Platz, the place you want go.
http://www.urbanrail.net/eu/bln/berlin-map.htm
Wittenbergplatz subway station serves the 3 lines at the same time.
I believe you may go from Schonenberg Airport to Wittenbergplatz by subway.
Potsdam is very near to Berlin and you can go there by road/train.
Watch the below link:
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en?ld=212.8&seqnr=2&ident=dm.0312268.1208957562&rt=1&OK#focus
http://www.potsdam.de/cms/ziel/26670/EN/
Cassiovieggore

Re: Getting around Berlin

by surmont

Please don´t get confused: Schöneberg is a central district in Berlin where also Wittenbergplatz is located. The rather remote airport is called Schönefeld. From there you just go by S-Bahn line 9 or regional train to the city center and get off at "Zoologischer Garten" (Zoo Station) and change to the underground line U 2, direction "Pankow", the next stop is Wittenbergplatz.

Travel Tips for Berlin

Berlin Wall

by barryg23

There are many areas in the city where you can see traces of the Berlin Wall. Though once a symbol of division in the city, nowadays the wall is chiefly of interest to historians and tourists. I remember reading about the wall when very young, and seeing the pictures on TV when it finally toppled. It was great to get the chance to see it for real.

Berliner Weisse Mit Schuss

by smirnofforiginal

Described to me as "fruity & deoicious" - yeah - they saw me coming!!!

It is a light, newly fermented wheat beer that continues to ferment in the bottle. It comes two ways - red or green. I had the red which is mixed with raspberry to give it it's "fruity & delicious" flavour. I found it more like drinking liquid sherbet. It was neither fruity nor delicious and I was certainly not going to give the green version a whirl! - Apparently it is sweet woodruff syrup that gives it the vivid green colour and makes it taste "slightly medicinal" (hmmm, sounds like a corker!!!)

Berliner Weisse Mit Schuss comes in a whopping big glass with a straw and is a Berlin speciality.

Go East! Karl Marx Allee

by Bigs

See the East!!! At some places you can still feel the era of the GDR regime, as for example the Karl Marx Allee. This broad street is a must for architecture fans....

It hasn´t been renovated at all corners so far...

Local produce...

by Bushman23 about Souvenirs

If you're looking to buy souvenirs, head to Unter den Linden. It's lined with Souvenir shops from the Brandenburger gate all the way past FriedrichStraße. You can buy almost anything there too, from postcards to t-shirts, and pieces of the Berlin wall (though how they dont eventually run out of those is a mystery). Well, if you REALLY want to take a piece of Berlin home with you... Buy a piece of the wall. they come in various shapes and sizes, most still have some form of paint on them, and they range in price from €2 - about €8. Postcards start at abou €0.50. T-shirts are at the top end, costing about €15 - 20.

chill experimental music in Prenzlauer Berg

by miromi about NBI (neue Berliner Initiative)

even though I am not one for Prenzlauer Berg, this place is laid-back, warm and inviting and good for listening to new music. Glowing in red, it gives hints of what Prenzlauer Berg once was before the designer sushi bars and upscale infant clothing stores. The music is always fresh and local, although people have complained that the sound system isn't amazing, but is that what counts?

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