No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Jugendhotel berlincity
Travel Blogs from Berlin
... The Palace is beautiful with 112 steps from the fountain at the bottom to the top. Fredrick the Great is also buried near by with a strange and quirky tradition. Those who pay their respects to him, place potatoes on his grave as it was Fredrick that really introduced the potatoes and made them popular in Germany. One of those things you have to see to believe. After the tour I headed back to Berlin for a final evening before flying out to Turkey the next day.
... array of artists' visions from many countries. The wall that still stands is backed by the river Spree, a beautiful, peaceful setting that defies the imagination to picture what this area looked like less than only thirty years ago. We also walked through the Brandenburg Gate, the only one of 17 original gates left standing after the devastation of WWII. I asked our guide if it was still emotional for her to be able ...
... it was great to take a quick spin through the many levels of this iconic store. We of course spent the most time in the toy section (by far the most exciting part of the store) and we were still in awe of the grocery sections on the ground floor. After doing a little bit of shopping as well in their own gift shop we made our way back through the maze to find the exit and some dinner.
Not only is Harrod’s an institution in and of itself, but it is also ...
... introduction by the villain was played over the intercom and then a computer screen hanging in the corner of the room started counting down from 60 minutes. We had that hour to figure out how to disrupt the villain's plans before we would fail the challenge and Berlin's water supply would be contaminated.
What followed was a frenzied combination of an Easter egg hunt and a logic puzzle. Keys were found or fished out of traps, codes ...
Our first stop in Germany was Berlin. Our first easy jet flight was a success with absolutely no problems. The only down side of this flight was that we landed at 11.00pm and the last train into the city was at 11.25pm. If we missed the train it would be a 50 euro taxi ride. Thank goodness for no customs and our luggage being some of the first to be unloaded we made it onto the train with just a few seconds to spare ...