Jugendgaestehaus Lehrter Strasse

Lehrter Strasse 68, Berlin, 10557, Germany
Jugendgaestehaus Hauptbahnhof
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potsdam transportation

by timewaster

I am planning to go to Potsdam (from Berlin).
If i buy the day ticket for zone ABC, i can use it for the trams and buses inside Potsdam. Is this correct?

P.S. thanks for all the useful info i've gotten from you guys!

Re: potsdam transportation

by alancollins

Thats correct, the ABC covers the trams & buses inside Potsdam. This is the link to the local public transport system in Potsdam.

Re: potsdam transportation

by abalada

map public transport network Potsdam

All of Potsdam is inside zone Berlin C. The above map is a bit confusing on this as it shows the zones Potsdam ABC and the "Grenze Berliner Teilbereich C" (border of the Berlin zone C) only as a grey dotted line.

Re: potsdam transportation

by timewaster

thanks for the link.
The potsdam maps were exactly what i needed.

Re: potsdam transportation

by JHR

Hello. Just a small piece of advice.
When I visited the royal park and palaces at Potsdam, I started off at Sans Souci, then wandered out past the Orangery, through the park to the Neues Palais. I then thought I would just jump on a tram back to the town centre. Big mistake - all the trams were packed (I mean packed like sardine tins) with students from the adjacent campus. My tip: avoid trams from the Neues Palais end of the park at mid-afternoon in term-time! However, Potsdam in all other respects was fantastic!

Travel Tips for Berlin

The Pergamon Museum,...

by Ben_Tzur

The Pergamon Museum, Brandenburg Gate, The New Jewish synagogue, The Reichstag, The Ka De We Departement Store and see the Food Departement on the 6th floor, The Unter-den-Linden Blvd. The Kurfurstandam Blvd, Have Coffee at the Kampinski Cafe,Visit Potsdam. See the glass dome in the New Reichstag Nothing

Memorials - For the Murdered Jews of Europe

by yooperprof

Monumental in scale, suitably somber, overwhelming in size and concept, this remembrance of Jews killed in the Holocaust was still under construction when I visited Berlin in November 2004, but it impact was already plain to see.

Peter Eisenmann's design calls for 2700 blocks of granite, arranged in a gradually undulating landscape which resembles waves on an ocean. When the Memorial is completed later in 2005, there will be an interpretative center buried underneath the site.

Where the Berlin Wall Once Was

by mydreamquest

Today, most of the Berlin Wall has been taken down. You'll see parts of it in Museums such as the "History of Berlin Museum" in Berlin's Charlettonburg District. You'll see portions of it still standing in an area near the Brandenburg Gate.

You'll see pieces of it sold as souvenoirs. But they may be fake. But, what you'll also see is two bricks side-by-side. In this picture is says: "Berliner Mauer 1961-1989." Mauer means "wall" in English.

Here I am standing in East and West Berlin at the same time 16 years later. In Berlin, one the reminder of the wall is now two bricks in a path. This one is near Potsdammerplatz.

Architectural details

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I was always a little bit over-sensitive on art. It started with music (rock, pop, soul, blues, jazz). Now when I am getting older I am more interested in architecture both old one and modern. And I must admit that Berlin surprisingly satisfied my demands on that matter.

So, if you like architecture don't skip beautiful details like this brick hexagon top part of the tower of neo - romanesque St. Mathew Church (St. Matth?us Kirche). Pay attention to patterns created by various colors of small bricks.

Kreuzberg's top 'lounge'

by jglsongs about Möbel-Olfe

If you are looking for a very cool loungy bar/café with viel viel atmosphere, then Möbel-Olfe is the place. This lounge is a true definition of lounge - especially since the name means 'Olfe's furniture store'. Very casual and always mixed crowd, since it's listed in both the straight and gay publications.


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