Berlin is a wonderful city with so many stories to tell and places to see and no visit to Berlin would ever be complete without a visit to the Berlin Wall Museum 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 2 nights at 4 star Best Western Grand City Berlin Hotel, Bed & Breakfast on selected dates between 1 September - 30 September from just £129.
Prices are based on departures from London Gatwick, Stansted and Luton. Flights are also available from Bristol, Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow and Edinburgh for an additional supplement.
The Grand City Hotel Berlin East is located in the heart of East Berlin within easy reach of the city centre. There are plenty of sights to visit in the city centre including Alexanderplatz. The hotel itself is a 4 star complex with comfortable accommodation and modern facilities. An excellent choice for business travellers, solo travellers and those looking for a base for exploring the historical city.
The facilities and services on offer include a reception area, laundry service, currency exchange, 9 conference rooms, business centre, Wi-Fi access and car parking facilities. There is a gymnasium, lounge bar, bistro bar service Berlin-style cuisine and a main restaurant with an outdoor terrace.
All 156 rooms have undergone complete renovation. All are equipped with a bathroom with a bath, hairdryer, Wi-Fi access, TV, telephone, desk and most with air conditioning. The Business rooms also have a trouser press and tea/coffee making facilities.
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.