Berlin Flat No 3
The central location of this accommodation makes
it ideal for sightseeing. The number 100 Bus passes many of the
famous tourist attractions on its route such as the Brandenburger
Tor and Reichstag. And the Alexanderplatz station provides excellent
transport links to other attractions in Berlin such as Checkpoint
Charlie, the Zoo, the Jewish Museum and many more.
If you are not keen on public transport then you
can also see a lot on foot from your holiday accommodation. A
walk around the neighbourhood close to the flat will bring you
to many different shopping areas such as the Hackesche Höfe,
Alexa shopping centre, Galeria Kaufhof and more. There are also
various theatres and cinemas to enjoy in the Hackesche Höfe,
at Alexanderplatz and at Rosa-Luxemburg Platz.
In Alexanderplatz you can take the lift up the
TV Tower to enjoy amazing views over the whole of Berlin and enjoy
a meal in the rotating restaurant. The World Clock in the square
below is also worth a look.
The Berlin Cathedral is also within walking distance
from the accommodation. This beautiful structure sits right on
the river bank. Around the cathedral there are many museums on
what is known as Museumsinsel (Museums Island).
There are also many river cruises that set off from the banks
around this area allowing you to explore Berlin from a completely
From Museumsinsel you can take a stroll under
the linden trees down the famous Unter den Linden
boulevard. Stop for Kaffee und Kuchen (coffee and
cake) in one of the many cafés and watch the world go by.
At the end of this boulevard you will see the Brandenburg Gate,
the famous landmark of this wonderful capital.
From the Brandenburg Gate you could either turn
southwards to find the Holocaust Memorial with the free exhibition
located underneath the concrete stelae representing the murdered
Jews or you could turn northwards to visit the Reichstag building.
Book online in advance to get a free tour around the building
and enjoy the views from the amazing dome designed by British
architect, Norman Foster.
If you still have energy for walking you can enjoy
the nature offered by the Tiergarten, Berlins largest urban
park. In the middle of this park along the Straße des 17.
Juni, you will also find the Siegesäule (Victory column)
which you can even climb for a fee to enjoy more amazing views