Recommended hotels in Berlin

I keep going back to Berlin over and over again.
Only last November I went there for the 6th time.
Here you can read recommendations on liked and recommended hotels.

Melia Berlin

 A good hotel for me isn’t just a place to lay your head, but an experience that upgrades my trip. Last November I was in Berlin for the sixth time and it was the third time I  stayed in my favorite hotel – Melia Berlin.

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Hotels in Berlin

This is a question I’ve been asked lots of times, so in which neighborhood should you really stay in Berlin?

I have a few recommended answers to this question.

In general, Berlin is divided into two sections – East and West Berlin which were separated by the known Berlin wall until 1989. Today, most of the main attractions, cafes and restaurants are located in East Berlin.

For a first time tourist in Berlin I would recommend a hotel in East Berlin area called MITTE, which is the center just like its name. This area in filled with attractions, history, cafes, shopping areas and all kinds of hotels.

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Things to do in Berlin

Things to do in Berlin

Berlin wall – Naturally, it can’t be missed.

 

Berlin Zoo

When was the last time you saw a pole bear? The zoo is lovely and fun, there’s a significant discount for student card holders, and you can combine it with entrance to the aquarium. We were that excited with the aquarium, so in my opinion you can pass. Zoologicher garten station is on the U2 red line.

Sachsenhausen camp – located outside of Berlin

It is recommended for those who never visited a holocaust concentration camp and want to have an idea about that, but don’t expect too much. The camp was burnt by the Nazis and it is reconstructed. You can get there by taking a train from one of the main stations (Alexanderplatz or Friedrichstraße, etc.), take the S1 north to Oraninburg station and continue from there with the 804 bus (about 20 minutes by foot). The town itself is very pretty and you can find good food there.

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