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Breathe in Berlin’s royal past while walking through the gardens of beautiful Charlottenburg Palace, which lends its name to this well-heeled neighbourhood. Here you'll find some of the oldest homes in the city: upper-class apartment buildings with ornate facades and marble-floored foyers line the cobblestone streets. Stroll by sophisticated restaurants, through little parks, or around Lake Lietzensee. Window shop down Kurfürstendamm, the most renowned high-end shopping street in Berlin, where you can find all the big designer names. In the evening, visit one of the old theatres close by Zoo Station which were nightlife hot spots in the 1920s, or dine in one of the many international restaurants around Savignyplatz before heading to other parts of town for a night out.
if you visit Berlin during the season for concerts /musicians and conductors like long holidays so there is nothing on offer inside during July and August) you should book a ticket for a concert. The accustics are amazing from nearly all seats. It is said to be even superior to the accustics in the recently opened Hamburg "Elb-Philharmonie".
If your thing is artworks from the 13th to the 18th centuries, then this has to be one of the finest collections in the world. A very good audioguide accompanies your wanderings. Masterpieces abound, including works by Holbein, Durer, Cranach, van Eyck, Breughel, Rubens, van Dyck, Frans Hals, Rembrandt - a magical array of his great works - Vermeer, de...
We heard about this site during a Red bus city tour and decided to visit it.It was well worth the trip......Bus and underground. It provided us with some knowledge of what the German people had to contend with during the rise of fascism.
"A wonderful park to while away a couple of hours on a summers day"
reviewed yesterday by TwoWiseTravellers
What can you say about the Tiergarten. It's bigger than you think. With the river Spree to the North, the Berlin Zoo to the West, Brandenburg Gate to the East, TiergartenStrasse to the south and the Memorial Column (Siegessaule) and Strasse de 17 Juni running through the middle, it covers a wide area. If you want to take time out...
We went to Facil on the spur of the moment and received a warm welcome. Our beautiful food was enhanced by the helpful suggestions of the wine waiter...we left him to choose wine for each course and everything was superb! Not fans of Berlin itself, but if we return to this city we will be bavk to Facil ! A...
Had a delightful meal here. One of the best Italian meals I've had anywhere ever. I had th caponata and then the tagliolini with black truffles—perhaps the most delicious pasta dish I've ever consumed, even in Italy. Simple but good wine list. Given the quality, reasonably priced. Top notch. Highly recommended.
There is a reason that this cocktail lounge has no bad reviews!
It is absolutely wonderful. The cocktails are amazing, such perfection goes into making them.
They taste amazing.
Their bar staff are amazing especially the waitress Irma from Slovenia.
Thank you for a wonderful evening.
We visited this restaurant on our last night in Berlin, so glad we didn't miss it! We didn't have a reservation, but we were warmly welcomed by Vincenzo & his team. The menu is very interesting, with plenty of choice. We didn't meet the chef, but I commend him for his skill & imagination in adapting the dishes I chose...
The hotel is a little outside Berlin city center; however, we were able to get around with ease. The hotel and staff work diligently to cater to your needs. Our stay included breakfast and each meal was excellent. The rooms were not small by European standards. We had our car garaged for three nights. Upon return of our vehicle le,...
Julie and the team from Das Stue made our holiday visit to Berlin a wonderful experience. The hotel and location is fantastic, but Julie and the staff made it even better than fantastic.
Thanks so much Julie!!
Great room - clean, big, nice and cosy
Great location - Berlin is fantastic and the hotel is in the middle of everything
Great service - nice people all over
Great city - so many historic places
Hotel Q is a 75+ room boutique hotel located in a quiet neighborhood with shopping and many restaurants within a 3 minute walk. The hotel is around 300 meters from Savigniplatz station on the S bahn. It's 4 stops from the main train station- go to platform 16 and take the train 4 stops to Savigniplatz- follow the Savigniplatz sign,...
We found the hotel when researching through a hotel booking website and wasn't sure what to expect, yet the photos looked funky and it seemed as though it had a central location for us as a couple.
When we arrived we managed to walk through the shopping centre first (which is always a bonus) rather than the main entrance to...