Orbis Hotel Neptun
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Orbis Hotel Neptun Szczecin
Travel Blogs from Szczecin
Ok so after a heavy weekend, rest needed, I booked a hostel where I could wash my clothes.
Got there and its a huge city, but found the hostel ok.
This was never gonna be an exciting entry as I only booked where I was because it was very cheap, and had ...
Alongside me in the queue for the 19:05 bus from Berlin Hbf to Szeczin for phase 18.7 (b) of the journey to Warsaw is James. He's on the way from his home in Münster to teach English for a week in the Polish hills. I find out that like me he's into his amateur dramatics as we await the arrival of the 22:00 sleeper train at the train station later. My ream of fudged-together 'tickets' ...
... adds to rather than takes from the atmosphere, especially when combined with some of the beautifully restored or completely rebuilt historic buildings.
Szczecin (pronounced more like Stetsin) was chosen as a place to fly into because it was cheap and we had never been. The flight over seemed to be full of Polish people returning home rather than being full of tourists wanting to visit Szczecin. Combining this flight ...
... for it, it was delicious.
Next, we hit up just about every vintage/second hand shop in the city, as it was so unbelievably cheap. Clothes are bought by the kilo at a set price depending on where you go. After loading our finds back in the car, we walked on to a local park in the city centre which featured gorgeous alcoves and a WW2 monument. Feeling the need for a pick-me-up, we stopped at a coffee/gelato shop on the side of the park. ...
I rolled into my new home around 17:30 local time after arriving at Pasewalk station. I was picked up by Peter, a local who works at the Schloss. It was a 10 minute drive to Bröllin, and Peter showed me to my room before taking me on a tour of the place. At this point, I had not slept in 28 hours and could no longer feel my feet. Peter tells me that there's a going-away party for him starting in ...