PENSION MARGRIT

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Brandenburgische Str 24, Berlin, 10707, Germany
Hotel Pension Margrit
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 38% less and rated 11% higher than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples90
  • Solo50
  • Business50

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staying in Berlin for 1 week.....any advice for short-term apartment rentals?

by appiaantica

Hello!
I am in Berlin for the next two weeks and would love to rent an apartment for a week (july 16-23rd). I can spend between 250-350 Euro for a week. Does anyone have any advice on where to look?
Thank you so much for any advice!
-Appia

Re: staying in Berlin for 1 week.....any advice for short-term apartment rentals?

by margsch

website fewo24 is very good, but I think it,s all in German. Ebay.de also has offers under Reise, again you would need to read German.
I,m not very familiar with Berlin but just be aware that some holiday apartments are in the attic of someone,s home so there will possibly be stairs, large heavy suitcase not a good idea.

Re: staying in Berlin for 1 week.....any advice for short-term apartment rentals?

by christine.j

http://www.berlin-flats.de/html/en/index.htm

has holiday apartments in English, even with a discount on last minute bookings. And yours will be very last minute, if you want to move in tomorrow.

Re: staying in Berlin for 1 week.....any advice for short-term apartment rentals?

by thirstytraveller

Ask berliin@t-online.de - 25 € per night in Marzahn-Hellersdorf, probably cheaper for a week.

Travel Tips for Berlin

THE REICHSTAG
Berlin's...

by SirRichard

THE REICHSTAG
Berlin's historic Reichstagsgebäude is being transformed into the new home of Germany's national parliament, the Bundestag. In the process the century-old landmark (built 1884-1894) is getting its former dome back, albeit in a more modern form designed by architect Sir Norman Foster. The original dome was destroyed during the Second World War but never rebuilt. (See the photo of a model of the new German government complex.) The move from Bonn to Berlin is scheduled for completion between 1999 and 2001. The Bundestag plans to move into its new quarters in 1999. The top two lines on the sign read: 'The reconstruction of the Reichstag building as the seat of the German Bundestag (federal parliament).'

Checkpoint Charlie

by bugulma

I am sure it is the only place in Berlin that is visited by every tourist. In the same time I am not sure that Berliners and people who were born in Eastern Germany adore this place. I was born in USSR and I can imagine that that system is still alive somewhere in the backyard of minds. I think it's the most awful place (including all place along the Wall) in Berlin. Here the country was divided by incomprehensible way, many died trying to cross the Wall. I was sad staying there and looking at the Checkpoint Charlie.

Your own private guide

by geordieontour

there are plenty of reasons to visit berlin and its environs. for whichever one of these you have in mind, unwrapping history can offer you just the right tour. group- or individualtours, tours with basic information or customized for special wishes - unwrapping history can make you an offer for all these requests. there is no wish they cannot grant. just try them.

We had our own guide in Martin who met us at the hotel.
Contact Martin on martin at unwrapping history

Silent witness and risky picture

by matcrazy1

This monumental Soviet style building of former Soviet Union Embassy in Berlin remains a silent witness of many very important but still not disclosed and top secret probably forever events. Located close to former Berlin Wall was in real the place where the key decisions for East Germans were made during cold war. Well, some of them were made in Moscow like the decision of building the Berlin wall in 1961, I am sure.

Risky picture?
I was a little bit afraid of taking pictures there first because the embassy maybe eventually target of terrorist attack (and me accused of terrorism support), second because it was the embassy of former Soviet Union - empire of evil which never allowed to take pictures at many places (like say railway stations). Hmm... the times changed but not my mind :-). Anyway, at least there was no ban on photography put there.


Just in case you need a visa to Russia, check webpages:
RUSSIAN VISA ONLINE


Address:
Botschaft der Russischen Föderation,
Unter den Linden 63-65
10117 Berlin

Directions:
On southern side of Unter den Linden close to Branderburg Gate, east of Unter den Linden S-bahn station.
S-Bahn: Unter den Linden (S1, S2, S25);
Bus 100, 157, 200, 348.

Potsdam Castle Night

by Gerrem about Sansoussi gardens

Frederick the Great developed a park full of magical Baroque castles and stunning gardens in Potsdam, just outside Berlin. On Castle Night they are illuminated late into the night so that visitors can enjoy their beauty.

Though not included in Frederick's original plan, the Potsdam Castle Night is a highlight of Berlin's summer activities. Visitors to the event have the opportunity to visit the buildings in the area, which in 1990 were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Frederick's Castle Sanssouci, as well as the breathtaking New Palace and the ornate Chinese House, all stay open late.

As the sun sets over Tiefer Lake, the grandeur of the castles becomes even more apparent, as special, atmospheric lighting is cast upon the stunning baroque exteriors. A programme of classical music and cabaret accompanies the view.

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