Enjoy 3 nights in Germany's capital city, Berlin. With so much to see and do in Berlin you may need to consider extending your stay.
No visit to Berlin would be complete without a visit to the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie, the best known point for crossing between East and West Germany.
To make the most of your visit, we recommend the walking tour which is both interesting and thought provoking and brings the history of this great city to life.
Stay 3 nights at 4 star Winters Hotel Berlin Mitte, Bed & Breakfast, on selected dates between 25 September - 20 October from just £169.
Prices are based on departures from London Stansted . Flights are also available from Luton, Gatwick, Bristol, Manchester, Liverpool and Southend for an additional supplement.
A 4 star hotel in the centre of Berlin, 600 metres from Checkpoint Charlie Museum. The hotel is built in a modern style with spacious rooms and excellent facilities. Just 3 minutes walk from Kochstrase Underground Station, making it ideal to explore the city.
Winters Hotel Berlin Mitte Am Checkpoint Charlie features a reception desk, internet access, lobby area, courtyard terrace serving drinks and snacks, parking, meeting rooms and a restaurant.
The hotel comprises of 112 rooms. All rooms are equipped with a bathroom with a bath/shower, internet access, air conditioning, safety deposit box rental, TV and a patio.
Berlin is the capital of Germany and is subdivided into 12 boroughs. It is located in the North Eastern part of Germany and is the centre of the Berlin-Brandenburg Metropolitan Region. Berlin was documented as Germany’s largest city in the 13th century and was the capital of the Kingdom of Prussia. Berlin was divided into East Berlin and West Berlin after World War II by the Berlin Wall. In 1989 at the end of the Cold War the Berlin Wall fell and became demolished with little of the structure remaining today. In 1933 Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party came into power and destroyed Berlin's Jewish community. Berlin is well known for its festivals, nightlife, contemporary arts and diverse architecture. Visit the East Side Gallery which is an open air exhibition of art painted directly on the last remaining pieces of the Berlin Wall.
Berlin has a number of small fashion labels, excellent book stores and interior shops. The centre itself has a vast amount of shops, to enjoy browsing around and is a paradise for those looking for the perfect gift to take home. Berlin has approx 746 hotel and is one of the top 3 convention cities in the world hosting Europe's biggest convention centre, International Congress Centrum.