Berlin is the most fun capital to visit in Europe – and it’s also a lot less expensive to visit than London, Paris or Rome. And the great public transport makes it easy to see a lot in just a single day. You can get a mix of historic architecture, great museums, outdoor parks, shopping food and nightlife – all … Continue reading
Berlin‘s mayor famously called the German capital city “poor, but sexy” – and it might be much cheaper to visit than Paris, London or Rome – but Berlin is just as rich in history as the other European capitals and much has been restored since the fall of the wall in 1989! It’s worth a visit!
Berlin is an amazing city, with all the great architecture, culture, museums and entertainment you’d expect from a European capital city – but without the sky-high price tags that you find in Paris, London or Rome.
So, if the hotel prices in those cities make you sweat, read my introduction of Berlin – it is fast becoming one of the most popular cities in Europe – and there is a lot to see!
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If you are visiting Berlin and you are a fan of museums, than the museum island (or Museumsinsel) should certainly be on your itinerary! With five world class museums on a small island in the heart of Berlin, there is so much to see, you’ll need a few days to cover all the museums. Whether it’s history or art, there … Continue reading
I have some very fond memories of art’otel stays in Berlin, Dresden and Budapest, so I was looking forward to I was excited to stay again at an art’otel in my favorite European city, Berlin! I had picked the art’otel Berlin Mitte for it’s location and price! Read me review to find out, if you should consider it for a visit … Continue reading
For the last night of my Baltic Explorer trip in Berlin, I picked the Hilton Hotel on the Gendarmenmarkt. I needed one more stay for my FastTrack to Gold status with the Hilton HHonors program and I was looking forward to a luxurious stay to end my trip in a central location. Read on to find out how I liked … Continue reading
When I visited Berlin for the first time, it was still a city divided, with half behind the Iron Curtain. Ever since, Berlin’s development has been a wild rollercoaster ride. For years after German unification, it was the largest construction site in Europe and today, it is one of the most vibrant and fun cities in Europe with a growing … Continue reading