From your accommodation you can undertake exploratory tours through the metropolis and find on foot, by bike, bus, automobile and Segway or e-scooter a suitable new living environment and make first acquaintances.
This means that you already have a foothold in the city and can respond much more flexible and faster to housing offers and sightseeing, after all, most appointments always run when you’re out of town. Breakfast.
The rooms are simply furnished and not that expensive. Unfortunately, it is often very loud in hostels. If you really want to relax, you have to dig deeper. The rooms are equipped with TV, shower and toilet.
Berlin is a hotspot and attracts countless tourists from all over the world every year. The number of nights is still increasing. The many attractions are extremely noteworthy. In the German capital is particularly interesting that here in 1989, the Wall fell.
Remains and relics of the Berlin Wall can still be seen today in Berlin. There is also a museum at Checkpoint Charlie that deals with the subject. The historical situation of Berlin East and Berlin West is exciting and challenging for many visitors.
As befits a capital, there are plenty of theaters like the Berliner Ensemble, the Volksbühne, the Friedrichstadt-Palast or the Deutsches Theater, where you can experience many multi-faceted performances during your stay.
Berlin is the largest city in Germany and has about 3.5 million inhabitants with a tendency to move upwards. The capital is cosmopolitan, hospitable and there is much to see. The Ootel Hotel Hostel Berlin has a very good transport connection through the underground and S-Bahn system.
The shopping possibilities are exceptionally good.
(This is information about hotels in Berlin)