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Riu Plaza Berlin

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Free WiFi
Family rooms
Non-smoking rooms
good Fitness Center
Free parking
Restaurant
Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms
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Schulz Hotel Berlin Wall at the East Side Gallery

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Free WiFi
Family rooms
Pet friendly
Non-smoking rooms
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
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Hampton by Hilton Berlin City Centre Alexanderplatz

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Free WiFi
Family rooms
Non-smoking rooms
good Fitness Center
Facilities for disabled guests
24-hour front desk
Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms
Bar

Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz

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Spa
Non-smoking rooms
Fitness center
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
24-hour front desk
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Leonardo Hotel Berlin Mitte

Most popular facilities

Free WiFi
Pet friendly
Non-smoking rooms
Fitness center
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
Bar

H2 Hotel Berlin-Alexanderplatz

Most popular facilities

Free WiFi
Family rooms
Pet friendly
Non-smoking rooms
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests

BERLIN BREAKS

The capital of Germany and an immensely powerful force in the world of European politics, Berlin has shared a history with global affairs to match the influence of any other nation in the world.

Situated in the east of Germany, it houses a colossal population and is famed for its dividing Berlin Wall. The wall was originally constructed to keep the East from the West, but it was slowly torn down as wounds were healed and Berlin was swiftly reinstated as the capital of the country.

It’s been a rocky ride for Berlin natives. Torn through history, much controversy has shrouded the destination, but recent time has seen it restored to prominence. With a truly unique blend of cultural history and a seething nightlife, there’s something for everyone in what has developed in to the most visited city in the whole of Germany.

Museums can be found all over the city and they host a variety of hot topics. If art is your thing, there’s enough to keep you satisfied for months, let alone weeks.

The Berlin Wall is understandably one of the most prominent attractions in the city, although there isn’t a whole lot of it left. Standing at close to four meters, it was torn down by 1990 with just a few remnants left to satisfy the history mongering tourists.

Charlottenburg can be visited by those who hold a natural affinity to the trendy bars and restaurants. It features some of the most frequently visited hot spots in Germany and is often graced by the presence of national celebrities.

Berlin isn’t restricted to certain areas of late night activity though. It has a reputation for being extremely diverse and regularly welcomes tourists on a widespread basis. You’ll quickly realise that there’s something to do in every last corner of town.

Pariser Straße offers a slightly more youthful atmosphere and can be found brimming with young adults who thrive on the clubbing scene. It isn’t the quietest part of town, but certainly one of the most popular during peak visiting season. It was also a popular destination during the 2006 World Cup which brought an incredible number of travelling football supporters upon the town.

The Brandenburger Tor provides a quieter day out for those who have a passing interest in the way Germany is run. The gate looks out on to German parliament and makes for quite an impressive sight.

As you’d expect in such a heavily populated city, the transport network is extremely competent and capable of handling thousands of passing visitors. The city can get very busy during the day, and the temperatures can rise to sweltering heights in the summer, but that doesn’t stop the mass groups of tourists from heading to the region.

Berlin is remarkable in the sense that its history is steeped in conflict and disagreements, yet as a city, the people are some of the friendliest you’re ever likely to find. The locals are extremely good natured and welcoming to their guests. A surprising number are well adapted to the English language and if you arrive at the right time, you can enjoy a real carnival coming together of social backgrounds.

Very few destinations are as historically intriguing and modernized at the same time. Berlin can be enjoyed by all ages and will long be cherished as one of the most famous locations on the European map.
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