Xantener Eck Hotel

Xantener Str. 1, Berlin, 10707, Germany
Xantener Eck Hotel
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Good parties for the next days in Berlin?

by AnatolyZ

Hello dear travel pals and a happy new year!
I'm in Berlin from today til satarday night and I really would like to go to parties every day in that wonderful city and the problem is that I don't know if there are good parties&nigt clubs on Wednesday and Thursday....on friday i guess it's easier to find..?
Can you suggest me please good places,Which are not too touristic?is there any site keeping listing parties?
Thank you very much!!

Re: Good parties for the next days in Berlin?

by lobopequeno


rest assured that there's party in Berlin EVERY night ;-)

Check the following websites as starting points for your nightlife search:



Have fun


Re: Good parties for the next days in Berlin?

by blackbirdxx

As I write on my VT Berlin page: check these sites about shows, exhibitions, concerts etc. :
On Wednesday January13`th there is a Ska-concert with a band from Japan
Location: Wild At Heart, Wienerstr. 20, 10999 Berlin
It begins at 21:30, ticket price: 8 Euro
Or do you mean the week from Wednesday 6`th ?
check oput this site:
cool party on Friday 8`th with Original Reggae + Rocksteady!

Travel Tips for Berlin

At the Berlin Beach

by chicabonita

Summer sunny day.

Sitting in a deck chair and feeling the fine sand under my feet.

Beautiful Berlin!

A warm summer night. Only missing a cold Pina Colada or Mojito or Long Island Icetea or ... or ...

The Reichstag - Houses of Parliament

by Audrey118

The Reistag is a symbol of democracy, power and a united Germany.

It was built by Bismarck, burned by Hitler and rebuilt by Norman Foster.

The Reistag was constructed between 1884 - 1894 as the parliament for the Bismarck's German Empire. It was built by Paul Wallot; it is an amazing monumental building, 137 metres long and 97 metres wide, designed in the style of a High Renaissance palace.
It was partially destroyed in 1933 and again more by the Soviets in the Battle of Berlin in 1945. Recently it has been fully renovated by British architect Sir Norman Foster to once again house the German Parliament (the Bundestag) and to commemorate this return to roots, it is now crowned by an awesome glass dome. The newly constructed metal glass dome over the parliamentary chamber offers good rooftop views over the city.

The queue to see this is mad!!!

For those intereested there is a lecture on German parliamentarism in history and present is held regularly in the plenary room of the Reichstag.
The lecture takes about 45 minutes and is held daily on the hour as long as parliament is not in session.

Advance booking is necessary.

Berlin by bicycle

by matcrazy1

Excuse, I didn't ride a bicycle in Berlin, I was walking, using public transportation and at the end my car. But I noticed quite many locals on bicycles riding on the streets, bicycle tracks and empty walkways despite it was... cold February. There were quite many bicycle tracks marked with the blue bicycle traffic sign around city.

My top 5 reasons to use bicycle in Berlin (when it gets warmer):
1. it's healthy,
2. large distances from one point of tourist interest to next one,
3. Berlin is a flat city,
4. it seems to be inexpensive,
5. lack of parking places for cars, easy traffic as for 3.5 mln city.

My top 3 reasons not to use bicycle in Berlin:
1. public transportation is very efficient and faster,
2. risk of bicycle theft (very low, I think but... who knows) which means for me additional cost of insurance against it,
3. rains, sunny weather, even in summer can always change. I plan next trip to Berlin when it gets warmer therefore I asked about possibilities of sigtseeing by bicycle. I was told that there were numerous bicycle renters and they used to be very inexpensive in summer.
More: check the link below, please. They say that it costs only 6 eurocents per hour (by the Deutsche Bahn = German Railway Company). Difficult to believe!

Dutch houses in PotsdamIn...

by nighthawk

Dutch houses in PotsdamIn 1732, after the Prusian king Friedrich Wilhelm I had visited The Netherlands, he insisted on having Dutch building-contractors to built a quarter in a swampy area of Potsdam. Not only because he had such a faith in their building insights, also because the king thought that some Dutch immigrants were needed in Potsdam. He expected that they would have a favourable influence on the economy. Where else would these colonists rather live than in pure Dutch brick houses with a clock facade, tiffany windows and red brown panels?Only 24 families settled and most of them returned to the Netherlands rather quickly. Despite that fact the 134 houses still stand, although many are empty and rotting away. In 1990 was started with raising funds to restore the quarter.Dutch builders had built before in East Germany. After 1750 they builded palaces for two daughters of the Dutch municipal Frederik Hendrik of Orange and Amalia Solms. Both daughters had married with German princes, something more Dutch royalty would do in the years after.Louise Henriette of Orange and her prince moved into the palace Oranienburg and her sister Henriette Catharina and her spouse lived in Oranienbaum, a palace in a village that had the same name, between Dessau and Wittenberg.Oranienbaum still seems to be perfect and is a pure typical Dutch building, and has a strong resemblance with the palace Noordeinde in The Hague.Oranienburg, somewhat north of Berlin, has been successively since 1700 a cotton factory, a plant for acid, a school, SS-barracks, a Russian barracks and finally the shelter for border police. All that off course is no good for a palace.

Berliner Weisse

by PookieRabbit about Local Brew...

OK so it’s not exactly nightlife but this is one of the local brews. After a heavy night drinking the night before it was nice to visit a beer garden in the afternoon and have something a bit more refreshing than a 'normal' beer. Berliner Weisse comes in either a red or green colour and is syrup added to the beer. The red syrup is Rasperry and the green is Woodruff. I didn’t have a clue what Woodruff was but I believe it to be a perennial.
Don’t be surprised to find your drink served with a straw!


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