Nordic Hotel Berlin - Mitte

Invalidenstrasse 98, Berlin, 10115, Germany

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Forum Posts

S-Bahn map

by metropolis

I've just returned from Berlin (I had a great time there and I'll post a trip report soon) and this U-Bahn map was really helpful:


I know it doesn't include the S-Bahn stations, but I find it much easier to read. This was my fourth trip to Berlin but it was the first time I had no problems using the U-Bahn, no problems at all - everything was perfect and I didn't waste a single second, thanks to that map.

I wonder if there is a similar map of the S-Bahn net (i.e. only the S-Bahn, not the U-Bahn). I've been searching for it on the Internet but couldn't find anything yet. The BVG website only has U-Bahn + S-Bahn maps. An S-Bahn only map would be really useful for my next trip to Berlin (in 2010), so I'd really appreciate the information.

Thanks in advance, guys!

Re: S-Bahn map

by metropolis

The link to the U-Bahn map seems to be incomplete. Here's the correct one:

Re: S-Bahn map

by abalada
If you click on the [U] the U-Bahn lines will disappear and the map shows only the S-Bahn lines. This is however on a Flash animation.

On Wikipedia you can find this map

Re: S-Bahn map

by stativi

sorry for intervening, but I wonder: what's the sense of this? I mean, of course there is less to read on the map, but alas, you're always faster if you use S-Bahn and U-Bahn combined and I see really no drawback using S-Bahn AND U-bahn, so my brain's having trouble to understand why anyone would use an U-Bahn/S-Bahn only map instead of using one with both combined (more so, cause you can use all with the same ticket). (no offense, really)

Re: S-Bahn map

by stativi

ah, and even without understanding the whole thing - here is a s-bahn-only map:

Re: S-Bahn map

by stativi

jaja, same link as posted, noticed it too late...

Travel Tips for Berlin

The Pergamon Museum is a must....

by claudioc

The Pergamon Museum is a must. It´s incredible how germans could relocate ancient temples inside that museum. It´s amazing the size and quality of the art you are going to meet there. The old part of the city

Memorials - Soviet Soldiers

by yooperprof

The Monument to Soviet Soldiers is in the Tiergarten, just off the Strasse des 17. Juni, near the Brandenburg Gate. It was unveiled on November 7, 1945, only 6 months after V-E day, and on the 28th anniversary of the beginning of the fall 1917 Russian Revolution.

300,000 Russian troops were killed in the final campaign to seize Berlin in the early months of 1945.

Marble to build the memorial was taken from Hitler's Chancellery.

Oddly enough, the Soviet Soldiers' Memorial ended up in West Berlin, though Soviet soldiers were guaranteed free access to it.


by elPierro

Potsdam, a city with over 100,000 inhabitants is situated in the southwest boundaries of Berlin. It's reachable by the public transport of Berlin (1hour from the center) and is a very interesting destination. When leaving the station, the huge dome of the church lures you to the center, just west of the center a park with over 20 palaces is situated. The city itself also contains several other interesting buildings and palaces.

Souvenirs of a difference

by richard3206

Are you looking for something different in souvenirs? Just around the corner from Checkpoint Charlie, in Zimmerstr (?) is a place called "Bob" that has some interesting stuff. Even better though, at the Gendarmenmarkt, in Markgrafenstr (?) is a shop that has very different and quality items. Can't think of the name sorry, but as you face away from the Concert Hall, it's on the opposite side towards left. Examples are:
- scrubbing brush in shape of Brandenburg Gate
- t-shirts etc printed with mosquito climbing (mounting?) the Furstenturm
- views of Berlin printed on old boards

Salsa Dancing...

by Dutch1980 about SODA club

If you like Salsa dancing you must go to the SODA club in Berlin.
I never danced Salsa but it was fun of to see it ( Beautifull woman ;o) and the only place that we could find were it was open that night....
There was a good atmosphere and the music really moves your feet ...

The entrance is free ( on the night we were there) No real dres code but a salsa outfit is always good ;o)


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