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Berlin Travel

Whether traveling by cruise, bus, bike or foot, Berlin, Germany’s largest city, has a multitude of guided tours to satisfy any traveler. From the Berlin Wall to Checkpoint Charlie, guided tours provide travelers the means to see the highlights of the city while providing captivating historical accounts.

Travel by bike for a four-hour tour of the Berlin Wall, Hitler’s Bunker, the Brandenburg Gate, and other exciting destinations, including a rest in one of Berlin’s most popular beer gardens. If biking isn’t your travel choice, perhaps a bus tour could showcase all this city has to offer. Transform from tourist to travel guide and choose one of the fifteen different landmarks at which to disembark from the bus and explore at your leisure, or remain on the bus for the full two-hour tour of the city. For a more personalized tour, travel by foot to feel the full impact of the history contained in this beautiful city. Each walking tour can be customized to meet the needs of the tourist, ranging from pub crawls to the historic Berlin walk. Choose from a variety of museums including the Altes, the Pergamon, and the Deutsch Guggenheim. After a long day of walking around the city, relax on a three-hour river cruise under the stars. See the city illuminated at night while enjoying a glass of your favorite German beverage.

Continue relaxing at one of the many hotels of Berlin. Stay at the Grand Hotel Esplanade, a five-star hotel located within a short walk of the Tiergarten Park, the Victory Column, and the Schloss Bellevue Palace. The Swissotel Berlin, another five-star accommodation, sits in the heart of the famed shopping district of the city. The underground car park can accommodate up to 150 cars, ideal for those tourists with rental cars. Enjoy the luxury of The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin, located adjacent to the Sony Center, with check-in 24-hours a day and most attractions within walking distance.

If five-star lodgings would break the budget, perhaps a three-star hotel would fit the bill. Express by Holiday Inn Berlin City Centre is located just a short distance from Potsdamer Platz Square. From Mark Hotel Meineke take a mere 6 minutes to walk to the Kurfürstendamm, Berlin’s famous shopping area, and only 10 minutes to the Zoologischer Garten train station and zoo. Utilizing the city rails, easily navigate to any destination quickly and effortlessly.

Choose a hotel near one of the many top destinations, such as Alexanderplatz, Potsdamer Platz, or Kurfürstendamm. Park Inn Berlin-Alexanderplatz offers a wonderful view of the city from the 39th floor, and is directly in the center of the historic center of Berlin. The Mandala Hotel is located strategically near the new central train station at Potsdamer Platz, and within walking distance of numerous attractions such as the Holocaust Memorial, the Philharmonie, and the Berlin Cathedral. Across from the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial church sits Hotel Boulevard Berlin, with a rooftop garden and public transport links at the doorstep. This hotel is conveniently located in the Kurfürstendamm shopping district, and conveniently near the Tegel Airport.

Regardless of the type of tour or accommodations, Berlin is a spectacular destination that should be at the top of anyone’s travel list. Whether business or pleasure, Berlin has the resources to satisfy the needs of each and every visitor.

June 1, 2010 Posted by | Travel & Tourism | , , | Leave a comment

Free Places to Visit in Germany, Berlin

Germany is a wonderful place to travel whether it be a snowy winter or a summery day. Travel Germany on a budget, there are plenty of cheap Germany attractions that are both low cost or even free! Have a cheap European experience and take some advice from this guide on how to travel Germany on a budget!

Free things to do in Germany

Forget an over-priced holiday, this article will guide you to some of the best free places in Germany, from free German tours to relaxing on the Inner city beach.

The Berlin wall

Berliner Mauer in German, the Berlin wall was a physical wall that circled West Berlin – cutting it off from East Germany, East Berlin, and the German Democratic Public. The historic wall fell in November of 1989, when the government allowed citizens to go to and from each side of the wall. It was destroyed by both an excited public (the wall was not popular at all) – and later by heavy machinery. Parts of the wall remain intact and can be viewed on your travels for free! Why not visit the free Berlin wall documentation centre? It is also a gateway to cheap Germany education on this historic wall.

Free Tours of Berlin

There are many free Berlin tours run by Sandermans at . Did the Berlin wall above spark your interest? Well see it for free on a free guided tour! It is just one of the many stops on the brilliant free guided tour of Berlin – now that is seeing Europe cheap! Other stops include the Holocaust memorial, Pariser Platz and the famous Gendarmenmarkt.

Watch the video below to get an idea of what the tour is like before you decide to go. They run everyday and are guided by an expert guide for free.

Inner City Beach

My favourite place in Germany is Berlin’s Inner City Beach, or locally known as the Strandbar. I went there last year and it was amazing. The people are so friendly and it is very relaxing, to sit back in a deck chair and enjoy what Germany has to offer for free. If you are planning a trip to Germany, definitely make some time to take a break at the Strandbar! It is free and allows you the relax in europe cheap. If you feel like spending a bit of money, the bar is relatively cheap and is good to sit down and have a drink with friends, locals and other travellers alike!

I hope this guide has inspired you to visit some of these places in Germany, remember there is no better day than a free day while you are on holidays. A Cheap Germany is a good Germany!

Enjoy 😀

May 23, 2010 Posted by | Travel & Tourism | , , | 1 Comment