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UNIQUE PRIVATE GUIDE: if you are a luxury traveler to Berlin, or a business executive with a free day, my travel tip for the well-heeled will turn your Berlin experience into a more memorable outing. My husband and I hired a truly unique private guide for five consecutive half-days. Jeremy turned out to be part storyteller/part actor/part historian. He doesn't just rattle off facts and dates and speak in a normal tone of voice -- he is able to spin yarns and weave tales because he uses such public speaking techniques as varying his pitch and speed as well as injecting humor into his commentary. So it's not just the well-researched content of his talks that is fascinating -- his honed delivery draws you into the storyline of that day's tour theme. I'm telling you this man REALLY knows how to hold an audience. Another plus - Jeremy is a US expat, so he's easy to understand; and he’s lived in Berlin for almost a decade so he knows the city inside out. He also brings Berlin to life with scores of pre-war & post-war photos. His various half-day tours of Berlin and other nearby areas, such as Potsdam, can easily fill up a week's vacation! I can truly say he is the best private guide I've ever hired in the world, and therefore I'm delighted to share his info with you-- Jeremy Minsberg at www.theberlinexpert.com , 50 Euros an hour. So if you are planning to stay at a top hotel, dine in fine restaurants and shop at the boutiques on the Ku’dam, then consider Jeremy another must-have component of your holiday.
Great City, nice hotel to stay. I read here lots of bad things over other hotels in Berlin, just try the Holiday Inn Mitte next time. Affordable price, central, great breakfast- don´t need more. www.hiberlin.de
The museum at Checkpoint Charlie was a very interesting site. It really conveyed the Berlin of Germany's past. With movies and pictures visitors can get a sense of what Berlin was like when it was divided. In addition to images relating to the past of Berlin's Wall, is a vast library of memorabilia associated with the wall. I remember ladders that were made to specially span the wall. There was an exhibit of a small vehicle in which many people were ferried across the checkpoint. This is a museum that shows the history of oppression.
Kastanienallee is a street packed with shops, cafes and ethnic food restaurants. If you're bored with more conventional clothing brands, on Kastanienallee (and the streets crossing it) you can find some unique pieces of clothing with a reasonable price. If you're in a shopping spree and in Berlin, this place is a must. It's also nice to have an extensive (and cheap) brunch in one of its cafes after a heavy night of clubbing. Because of its nice, artsy vibe I can recommend Kastanienallee to anyone who is visiting Berlin.
Artim Hotel Charlottenburgh in Berlin. The hotel is very comfort 3 star hotel, but the price isn't very high. Prices include breakfast, and the hotel is very calm. The staff is also nice. The location isn't maybe the best possible, but you can always take an U-bahn in Berlin!
Forget about the airport, Gatow is a nice little riverside village, very quiet and almost dreaming, although the metropolis of Berlin is within easy walking distance! In cold war times, the road to Gatow passed along the barbed-wire border with East Germany - no concrete wall, though!
Before you go, download the Berlin In Your Pocket city guide for free from http://berlin.inyourpocket.com or grab a hard copy when you are there.
The Gesundbrunnencenter is just opposite the Holiday Inn Berlin Mitte www.hiberlin.de
In case you need to change trains in the main railway station in Berlin and have some extra time, it's worth exploring whats near the station. The river Spree, Reichstag building, even the famous Brandenburger Tor is well within walking distance (just about 2 kms away). So even with just one extra hour to spend, you'll be able see some of the major sights!
The landmark of Berlin, use it to guide you to the center if you get lost. Can also well be seen from the airplane when you land. It's pretty expensive to go up the tower and usually there's a queue. Luckily they also have a mobile service that sends you an sms half an hour before it's your turn to go up.
Tommy Haus is self sufficient youth commune located in Kreuzberg, Berlin. Inside the house there's a reasonably priced bar with music ranging from punk/hardcore to ska/reggae. There's also a concert hall with weekly events. If you're into punk this is really a place worth visiting for.
Under the Eberswalder Straße substation (Prenzlauer Berg), there is a brilliant Döner kiosk called Konnepke's Imbiß. I believe Konnepke's history goes back to 1930's and they have their very own curry sauce. The best currywurst I've had in Berlin, and I've had a lot of them!