I would welcome your opinion on the location of this apartment http://www.luxberlin.com/location.html. We prefer 'independent' to 'high street' and prefer to be 'visitors' rather than 'tourists'. All that said we don't want to be too far from the action. We will be spending NYE in Berlin, 7 years ago we went and we celebrated at the Brandenburg Gate which was fun but we are certainly open to suggestions if anyone knows of a better experience.
My wife and I will spend our anniversary in Berlin and are looking for a special dining location. I was searching for a hawaiian restaurant in Berlin but couldn't find one. OK, we don't have one in Munich either but found a caribbean style restaurant that offers real high quality food but in a casual ambience which we found very pleasing and i would like to surprise her with something like that. But also any other suggestion of a unique spot would be very welcome.
Hi, all. We're staying in an apartment this summer and have a 6:45 flight to Paris at TXL on airberlin. We want to be there about an hour early. The owner of the apartment who is aware of our flight times is telling me this: "On departure date you can arrange a taxi from a taxi stand by local Nollendorfplatz station - during your stay, whenever you walk pass there of which I am sure you will. " Is this a reliable option? Are there going to be taxis hanging around there at 4:30-5 am? I don't want to risk missing our flight and/or make a made scramble the morning of in any way whatsoever. The public trans looks sketchy due to the early time (metro to a stop...can't remember the name at this point in time...get out and catch a bus to airport) and one bus comes only every 20 min that I could find. I'm concerned if we miss the bus then we will be late.
Thoughts? Thanks so much!
hi, i'm planning on going to berlin in july. my hotel is located centrally in Berlin's West City in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf. is it a good area in terms of nightlife - bars, clubs etc? if not, is it simple to get to the main areas? and what about other tourist attractions?
btw im 18 years old and in berlin from thursday-tuesday
We would be arriving Berlin from Prague, and staying for 2 nights in Berlin. which would be best mode of transport ? Bus or train .
from google map it looks we can do Dresden, Potsdam, and arrive Berlin. So how can we do this with public transport ?
I need to know as I am leaving in 3 weeks and need to put in order and reservations.
I need to reserve for the Pergamon and Neues (Egyptian Museum). I will be picking up the Welcome Berlin Museum Island Card at my hotel. So how do I go about doing this? On the site of the museums, it looks like you order the tickets, but what about just making the reservations for the chosen times? Or, do you still have to purchase those times?
Hi, I m planning for a short trip (9 day) to Europe from USA. My plan is to visit Paris, Venice and Rome. I m coming to Berlin from US. Here is the plan. Can someone suggest me if there is better option?
Berlin - > Paris (Flight)
Paris - 2 days
Venice - 2 days??
Venice - > Rome (Train)
Rome- 3 days?
I have to go back to Berlin for the return flight. But I still have 1 day left. What is the better option to cover that day, drive from Rome to Geneva (Swiss) for scenic alps view and fly from Geneva to Berlin? Is Geneva better or Zurich? and Rome and Venice in 5 days? Is that doable? Can someone suggest me ?
I am still waiting for ticket from DB. If I don't get it and order my Warsaw to Berlin train ticket elsewhere, which is the main train station there? I need to know as several stations come up in a list. One is Ostbahnhof and there are a couple of others.
VirtualTourist®© 1994-2013 VirtualTourist.com, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
|All reports are strictly confidential. Please explain why you are reporting this:|