Albergo Hotel Berlin
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Albergo Hotel Berlin
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Albergo Hotel Berlin
Travel Blogs from Berlin
... charging tourists money to take a photo with them (it's right up there for me with the buskers who jump into U-Bahn cars). For those of us who want to try and get a photo of the checkpoint without them in it (regardless of the monetary aspect), is impossible. Just one of my pet peeves. It took me about an hour to walk from Checkpoint Charlie to the East Side Gallery. I actually started at the wrong end and was completely blown away by all the art ...
... nick-nacky junk that sort of counts as souvenirs to tourists. We spent almost 3 hours inside just soaking up the atmosphere until out of the blue the stores fire alarm went off and we had no idea how to escape. By the time we did finally get out fire crews and emergency services had arrived. Harry was no doubt-ably left in shock so we both retreated and called it a day as the sunset began.
... government and, since each successive emperor/king required his own brand new castle, there are six or seven palaces! I took a hop-on hop-off tour in order to see them all and then took a wonderfully relaxing stroll through the extensive royal gardens (which were essentially a forest) while pretending to be the Margravine Wilhelmina.
Meanwhile Jas and Jacqui meandered through the Dutch quarter (built when ...
... did succumb to a high tea at the hotel :)
Emergency vehicles in Berlin all use two-tone sirens. Police and ambulances seem to all use an electronic siren, but the fire brigade (Feuerwehr) still uses two-tone air horns. They are incredibly loud, and sound fantastic. I don't understand why they aren't used universally.
It has been over 35 degrees in Berlin every day!!! I am officially over the heat.
I enjoyed spending the day undertaking a walking tour of some of the major sites of Berlin. The tour was free (donation based), in English, 2.5 hours, and guided by a well informed English expat. The tour covered major sites including:
- The Brandenburg Gate - The quadriga statue on top has been angeled to face the French embassy in order to keep an eye on the French after Napoleon seized the statue in 1806. The area that the gate is located at is ...