“I still have a suitcase in Berlin” …….
Hildegard Knef, Marlene Dietrich, Ute Lemper – even the Austrian singer-songwriter Reinhard Fendrich has written a song on Berlin and successfully published.
The fascination of a big city captured in songs. Evergreens and current songs by renowned artists from the Berlin scene, arouse the desire for a trip to the German capital.
Berlin Mitte with the Brandenburg Gate, Alexanderplatz and Museum Island is an ideal starting point for exploring this diverse city in the fields of architecture, design and lifestyle. The directly adjacent districts, such as Marzahn accommodate a lot of stylish budget hotels, which by their excellent price-performance ratio with care to make a stay in Berlin varied.
If the hotel is within easy reach of Alexanderplatz and the Hackescher Markt, there is no limit to the enjoyment of art and culture. Designer boutiques alternate with arts and crafts and studios. Restaurants serving dishes from around the world complete the day.
For night owls we recommend a detour to Kreuzberg. The rebellious district south of Mitte still has many cellar vault clubs that have contributed to the city’s fame. The unique flair can be experienced in cafés and fast food outlets across Kreuzberg. A hotel with 24-hour service, bar and restaurant service helps with tips for tickets and the hangover breakfast at an unusual hour.
A hotel with perfect access to public transport will not forget to recommend a trip to Charlottenburg. In addition to fine restaurants and hotels on the Kurfürstendamm you will find the famous Bahnhof Zoo and the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. After a stroll through the quarter, which represents the imperial past of the city like no other, it needs again the modern hotel room with perfect Wi-Fi, to share the many impressions of the trip with friends and plan the next trip.
(This is information about hotels in Berlin)