A holiday to Berlin – the best deals at a glance
A holiday to Berlin is essential. Everyone of you should visit the enchanting German capital at least once. No other city in Germany has as many attractions nor is as diverse as Berlin. Discover this megacity with the best deals on the internet! I search the internet on a daily basis looking for the cheapest and most lucrative deals and then I present them to you. Whether it’s just hotel offers or city breaks with flights and a hotel included, you’ll find it all here. From hostels, guest houses, holiday homes and low budget hotels, to private apartments, designer hotels and luxury hotels. Take a look and find the perfect place to stay on your holiday to Berlin!
Attractions – discover Berlin with the best deals
Big, striking and an absolute must see – that’s how to describe Berlin in a few words. You can’t see all the sights Berlin has to offer in just one day. A several day trip is better. You’ll find the most important sights of the city in Berlin Mitte. Those coming to the German capital for the first time have to do a sightseeing tour on at least one of the days. Start at the landmark of the city, the Brandenburg Gate, then on to the lively Alexanderplatz, where you’ll find Berlin’s TV tower, Germany’s tallest building. Take the lift up to the observation deck and enjoy a panoramic view of the city. Berlin’s TV tower is one of the top ten most popular attractions in Germany. Those that want to can visit the German Chancellery and the Reichstag Building. The sightseeing buses call at the individual embassies of different countries. Famous and essential on a trip to Berlin is a visit to the Berlin Wall and the border crossing point. The East Side Gallery in Friedrichshain, a district in Berlin, is the longest preserved part of the Berlin Wall and is a permanent open-air gallery. The drawings on the wall explain the history of divided Berlin. One of the former border crossing points from East to West is Checkpoint Charlie. Today, tourists can discover more about this historic site for free by looking at the gallery walls. On your trip you should also visit the famous Museum Island, the massive Tiergarten and the Berlin Zoo. The latter is the zoo with the most species in the world and one of the most popular animals parks in Germany. Other highlights in Berlin include the Ku’damm and the KaDeWe, where all shopping lovers will feel at home, as well as Postdamer Platz with the beautifully lit Sony Center. There are also picturesque green areas to discover in Berlin. In addition to the Tiergarten in the centre of Berlin, the Tierpark in Friedrichsfelde, the city park in Schönefeld, the Viktoria-Luise-Platz and the botanical garden in Lichterfelde await you on your visit. You’ll get fantastic views as you stroll along the Spree. Have a great time on your holiday to Berlin! Find some suitable deals for your holiday to Berlin on my blog!
Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg, Friedrichshain and more – Berlin’s most popular districts
Berlin is one of these global megacities that doesn’t just attract tourists with it’s city centre, but also with several other places of interest. The majority of sights and landmarks of the city are located in Mitte, however the other regions win people over with their way of life. The trendy districts of Berlin are Prenzlauer Berg, Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg. The young generation and art scene are found here. Stylish restaurants, fancy bars and diverse clubs await you. Prenzlauer Berg will captivate you with it’s beautiful old buildings and small cafés which line the streets. Here you can visit the Dicker Hermann water tower and the 30 hectare Volkspark. Friedrichshain is the centre of youth. Clubs, bars, restaurants, and cafés line up alongside one another. Party people fill the streets and invite you to join the vibrant culture of the people of Berlin. In the last few years, Kreuzberg has developed into a culture quarter. Creative minds and artists – predominantly students and new residents – have settled down here. A stay in Kreuzberg is perfect for Berlin holiday makers with it’s cosy atmosphere and different souvenir shops, not to mention that it is only a stone’s throw away from the main attractions of Berlin. Charlottenburg is also a popular region of the capital. Shopping lovers are particularly drawn to this place. The famous Kurfürstendamm, also known as Ku’damm, can be found in this quarter of the city. The attractions this district has to offer are the Charlottenburg Palace and the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. Walk along the Ku’damm and it will take you to KaDeWe, the Kaufhaus des Westens in Schöneberg. In the large department store you’ll find luxury items at bargain prices. There are other sights you can look forward to in Schöneberg, such as the Königin Luise Memorial Church, the Bavarian quarter and the Rote Insel (Red Island). Wilmersdorf is particularly popular with visitors due to it’s great location. Just a few minutes on the bus or train and you can reach all the sights worth seeing in the city. Whatever district you choose – your holiday to Berlin will be unforgettable. I promise!