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Mitte is without a shadow of a doubt the most interesting quater of Berlin.
The former East Berlin,this is were Berlin developed as a city.
Theres so many interesting buildings here,a visit to Museum Island with it's amazing buildings,the Berlin Dom,Reichstag,Fernsehturm to name some of...More
This is the center of Berlin and contains many of the oldest buildings as well as those connected to Royal Berlin and the Kaiser. This is the location of the Nicholas Quarter and Museum Island. It has the Berlin Dom, Marienkirche, Fernsehturm, and the newly...More
There’s a large concentration of night clubs in Mitte, if you love Techno music and looking to experience the party scene then I recommend booking you hotel there. Also in case you want to do some site seeing during the day you can hop into...More
This used to be East Berlin and before that, where Berlin was borne. Now, it connotes a bigger area than just Alexanderplatz and includes the Gate, the Reichstag, Museum Island, the Cathedral and the TV tower and related green areas and of course shopping, hotels...More
Up to 2 days with all the attractions.
The oldest area of Berlin lies in Mitte with its cobblestone streets and some best shopping experience.
Mitte (from "middle") is the central neighborhood of Berlin.
City's top attractions are within this district and at a...More
It is a pity that this has changed so much, maybe if they had left at least a bit of East Germany shopping, instead we have TK max, and other leading brands, all this just clashes with the world clock. I realise people should have...More
Mitte at one time was part of East Berlin. Before then it was the birthplace of the city.
In the 20th century it was the centre of historical and tumultuous events.
There is also more to Mitte than Alexanderplatz.
The Mitte district contains Brandenburg Gate,...More
This was built during the communist time of the city of Berlin and supposed to be a counter place to Westberlin. From your you can take all type of transportation from train, S-bahn, tube, tram oder bus to almost any part of Berlin.
Response from Michael G | Reviewed this property |
Potsdamer Platz and Alexanderplatz are both full of great restaurants and attractions. They both are within walking distance of Brandenburg Gate, the Holocaust Museum and the Tiergarten. Enjoy! I'll be there in April!
Response from Samurai961 | Reviewed this property |
If you’re landing in Schönefeld it will cost probably around 35- 40 euros but i recommend that you take the train instead, the train station is like a 5 min walk from the airport and it costs 2.80 euros to get to Mitte (20... More
If you’re landing in Schönefeld it will cost probably around 35- 40 euros but i recommend that you take the train instead, the train station is like a 5 min walk from the airport and it costs 2.80 euros to get to Mitte (20 min).
If you are landing in the other airport it will probably cost a bit more than 40 euros.