Berlin (Germany) Reviews
Description:City: Berlin / Country: Germany / World Region: Europe / Berlin is the capital city and one of the sixteen states of ... more
Berlin (Germany) ... the Federal Republic of Germany. It is the heart of the Berlin-Brandenburg metropolitan region, located in northeastern Germany. With a population of 3.4 million, Berlin is the country's largest city.
Newest Review: ... where was advertised the "Englisher Garten". As the map suggested that there was a café nearby, that seemed as good a destination as anywhere. As it turned out, the garden was somewhat of a disappointment but the café was definitely welcome. We enjoyed a couple of very tasty wheat beers (Maisel's) which went down a treat. We headed back eastwards through the park towards the ... more
Customer Berlin (Germany) Reviews (24)
by - written on 15/05/12, updated on 29/05/12 (Very useful, 76 readings)
That we were even in Berlin for a three-day city break gives the lie to the myth of German efficiency. My wife had been invited to tutor a training session for a group of German social workers. The date was agreed; the arrangements had been made. We had decided to extend the visit: I would come along and carry the bags; we would add on an extra couple of days to sight-see; neither of us had ever been to Berlin before although it had long been on our list. As it turned out, the German organiser completely screwed up; he had to rearrange the dates and hadn't even bothered to consult my wife to see if she was available (she wasn't)! So, as it was their ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/09 (Very useful, 86 readings)
My boyfriend and I went to Berlin in April after I bought him a weekend away there for his birthday. We flew from Glasgow to Berlin with Easyjet which cost £150 for return flights for both of us, which I thought was quite cheap. Once we got there, we stayed at Melia Berlin which cost about £300 for both us for 2 nights, which obviously isn't that cheap, but I wanted to make it special. The hotel was in a nice area which was close to all the places you wanted to go. And even if it wasn't, it was close to about 4 different types of public transport to get you there. *Transport* I was so impressed with the public transport provided in Berlin. It was so easy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/09 (Very useful, 11 readings)
Having visited Berlin twice on business during Winter months and being curious as to what exactly I had not seen whilst sat in meetings etc. I decided to visit during early July when the weather is a lot warmer without being to hot for sightseeing. To my delight I found that Berlin is a city to suit the majority of tastes. For the sightseer there are all the well known landmarks , such as Checkpoint Charlie , remnants of the Berlin Wall ,the Brandenburg Gate etc. etc. The majority of the sights are relatively close together so if you are fit enough and have enough time ,with the aid of a tourist map, your tour can be on foot. Alternatively there are numerous opentop ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/08 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I visited Berlin a year ago on a history trip with my school. My initial thoughts about going was "wooo, a week off school with my mates" but I was suprised by the amount of interesting locations and sites within the city. I would first like to say the hostel we stayed in called Hotel4youth looked really ugly and horrible on the outside, and to everyones suprise it was like this on the inside. So this was a major dissapointment. Our first excursion involed visiting the Reichstag which was the first building in berlin used by parliament, we had to get up at 6am as the queues can get very big, very fast and we didn't want to queue for hours, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/08 (Very useful, 133 readings)
Berlin - Underrated, fantastic place to visit. Being in the spirit of writing about Berlin as i seem to be today! I thought i would continue with a little review of the time i have spent there Ive visited Berlin twice, the first time was with my A Level history group (yes, i am a geek. lol) and the second was earlier this year without a teacher guardian :) I honestly love Berlin and my other half felt the same. You are surrounded with history, yet you can go to some of the most modern, funky areas. Whilst im well aware there are TONNES of things to see and do, ill try and give and overview of what we got up to and how we found ... Read the complete review
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