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It’s hard to find a city with so much baggage and many faces like Berlin. For everyone the name means something different, starting with the city that started the Second World War in all its meanings, go to the divided city – East and West, which marked perhaps more than anything the war of cultures that took place in the second half of the twentieth century, and ending with the vibrant, modern, artistic and forward-looking city that is Today. The people of Berlin put a lot of effort into correcting the image that was created for the city during the last century, and they probably succeeded. Today, Germany’s capital city attracts tourists from all over the world and of all ages, along with a diverse population of artists, musicians and other characters that make the once gray city especially colorful.
As you might expect from the capital city of Europe’s largest economy, Berlin’s municipal territory covers an enormous area, about 5 times the size of Paris. In addition, since Berlin lacks an official underground city that you will find in other European capitals, each neighborhood has developed its own unique style and center. Although there is a center for the city, but much of what happens, happens outside of it. In general, it is recommended to choose a hotel located within the ring of the light rail (S-Bahn Ring), as even in this large area, different areas will suit different types of tourists.
Berlin is a large and central city, so throughout the year you will find something to do. However, there are seasons that are more and less suitable, more and less busy and more and less attractive. In general, it can be said that the peak of the season in Berlin in terms of the number of tourists comes at the beginning of summer, around June to the end of July, and the low comes in the winter months, with an emphasis on January and February. Accordingly, in the summer the hotel prices in all the areas we will cover go up, along with the prices of flights and attractions, while in the winter months they drop significantly and the chance of finding a profitable deal is quite reasonable.
However, of course there are exceptions to this rule. Towards Christmas, at the end of December, Berlin decorates and shows off, and comes out of its winter grayness for a while. During this period, and until Rosh Hashanah, the city is filled with crowds of tourists who come to experience the Christmas markets in which the city is filled, and the New Year celebrations. As a result, hotel prices during this period also increase significantly, and this is compared to one week after the first of January, where you will probably find much lower prices. It is very worthwhile, and in every season, to book accommodation in Berlin in advance due to the high demand and also the changes in prices. Following attractive promotions, discounts and good deals will save quite a bit of money and make the vacation in the city cheaper.
As mentioned, each area in Berlin has its own atmosphere, residents and style. Several sample areas will be covered here, but it would be too short to list them all. Therefore, if you decide that you want something else, it is completely possible, just make sure to learn about the place and research it a little in advance to guarantee yourself a convenient and accessible location and of course a pampering and pleasant place to stay.
The first area is the Mitte, “center” in German. This is the area of the “downtown” of Berlin, to use the terms of other cities. As said, Berlin itself doesn’t really have an underground city, but if you’re looking for one this is probably the area that best fits that definition. Many of the city’s must-see sites, including the Brandenburg Bridge, the Reichstag and more, are located here. This is why it is a favorite area for many tourists, which expands its hotel offer but also increases their price. The prices of most places to stay here are medium or higher, while you will probably pay less for the same place to stay in another part of the city.
If you are looking for the opposite atmosphere to that of the Mitte, you are advised to choose a hotel in the area of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf. This part of the city represents West Berlin, in all the historical meanings of the term, since until the fall of the wall it actually served as the center of West Berlin. Here you will find a variety of shops and entire streets dedicated to shopping, as well as the city’s zoo and other sites. However, this is a more luxurious area of the city, so to speak, so its offer of low-priced hotels is relatively limited. In addition, this is not the recommended place if you are interested in experiencing Berlin’s nightlife.
If you are young or looking for places to stay with more accessible budgets, and if you are looking for a place that will allow you both the peace suitable for families and the lively nightlife of Berlin’s youth, Friedrichshain is probably the right place for you. The district itself is relatively large, and each part of it is characterized by a different atmosphere, but in general it seems that this is the part of the city where the night life, restaurant and cafe scene as well as parks and peaceful family life are best combined. If you are looking for a relatively cheap place to stay, which will allow you to experience this side of the city, this is the place.