Experience Berlin’s sights first hand in a hotel in Berlin-Mitte
Are you interested in history? Then you are exactly right in Berlin. It does not matter if you only plan a weekend trip or a longer stay in Germany’s pulsating metropolis; There is so much to discover in Berlin that you will not be bored.
Ideally, book your accommodation in a hotel in Berlin-Mitte. Here you will find low-cost offers to comfortable and luxurious guest houses for every taste.
In the heart of the metropolis you have the opportunity to reach many of the most important and well-known sights of Berlin on foot and by public transport. A hotel in Berlin-Mitte is therefore the perfect starting point for a visit to the capital. Located in the center, for example, you will meet Alexanderplatz.
It is undoubtedly one of the busiest locations in Berlin and is the scene of numerous historical events. In addition to a pulsating ambience, the visitor meets modernly furnished hotels as well as shops in abundance.
The Berlin Radio and TV Tower, which is today considered to be the tallest building in Germany with its 365 meters, is the focal point of the sights on Alexanderplatz.
Just a few minutes‘ walk away, visitors will find a wealth of German history on what is undoubtedly the city’s most important landmark – the Brandenburg Gate.
Anyone who has the chance to spend the New Year in Berlin should not miss participating in the big New Year’s Eve party, which celebrates the start of the New Year every year with a gigantic fireworks display and music concerts at the Brandenburg Gate.
In addition to numerous historical buildings, the multicultural city offers attractive meeting places for musicians and street performers. For example, Prenzlauer Berg has undergone major changes like no other district in Berlin.
Where once pathetic houses were in the shadow of the wall, today you can find cozy sidewalk cafes, luxury shops and sophisticated restaurants surrounded by alternative flair.
Especially in Berlin Mitte you will find vibrant scene restaurants, trendy clubs, quaint pubs and idyllic beer gardens.
On balmy summer evenings you can meet the total of eight backyards for visitors from all over the world, who enjoy leisurely strolling through the unique atmosphere of the courtyard area, which has been listed as a historical monument since 1972.
First-class restaurants seduce you with numerous specialties and the quaint bars invite you to linger over some drinks with friends.
A little insider tip for night owls: later this hour turns into one of the trendiest Ausgehmeilen of Berlin.
People hungry for culture will find out more about history, knowledge and art in Berlin’s more than 175 museums. In Berlin Mitte, the Neues Museum awaits you with, among other things, the bust of Queen Nefertiti.
(This is information about hotels in Berlin)