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Berlino da vicino, Berlin

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  • A hit and run I made the transfer from Tegel Airport by taxi is not reserved: wide availability immediately upon exiting the small airport. Routes with destination hotel site at 100 mt from Check Point Charlie (Mitte) charge of 25 €, journey time: 20 minutes, medium traffic high in most areas closer to downtown; very smooth Center bus tickets are purchased at the airport just outside the exit in a yellow box site left in the same on the way back we took the Metro U6 (Stadt), a run every five minutes or so, eleven stops about, coincidence than a couple of minutes to Schumacker Str with bus 128. Journey time: 20 minutes + 5 minutes by bus. Cost: 2.70 €/persona the difference-apart from the much lower-cost is given by the situation and in view of the undoubted convenience of taxi. Public transport is still widely recommended because accurate, comfortable, punctual NB: buy the ticket (in our case of the AB range area between airport and hotel) is obviously weighted: in fact the cost of the ticket is only sauce 6, 70€. The Tickets are bought in vending machines in every sidewalk of metro (then will be duly authenticated in vending machine placed right opposite); the purchase is done by credit card (problematic for those unfamiliar with the German), coins or banknotes. When you climb into the bus (I recommend: FRONT DOOR OTHERWISE RAUSCH!) present your ticket to the driver good trip
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  • If you are a disabled person or a disabled person (I was), I don't recommend visiting Berlin, (particularly the use of the Metro). There are endless staircases, escalators, lifts and slides nearly zero down or far away from the stairs.
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  • Our journey begins from Venice airport on 7 May 13:40, Easyjet flight roundtrip cost € 75, Shoneberg airport destination booked well in advance. The flight, easy, delivered after half an hour, we decide, being in five friends, take a taxi destination hotel Aldea in Bulowstabe 19-22. The cost of taxi from 5 places is not excessive euro 42, to recommend replacing the various changes to be made by public transport. In fact there are three areas of transport a-b-c, the latter reaches the airports. just arrived at the hotel, clean but huge with many plans, let's pack up and after freshening up curious as children we start exploring the city. After some economic calculations take 72 hours card with access to areas a and b cost of € 26.70 and head from Kurfurstenter to Schlesisches, our destination is the wall. We chose a stretch of wall, detail, not dark like the one told in the pages of history, but rich and overflowing with graffiti in various colours, painted by artists of many nationalities, veritable works of art. We cross a red bridge that connects the two banks of the river Spree and along the same strolling along via Muhlen. The walk of about 1 km and relaxing and leaves behind even a football stadium. With a bus arriving at the square of the city: Alexanderplatz. The weather worsens and we think we're unlucky, but after five minutes of rain and cold, you reopen, some of us try street food, sausage spiced with sauces and then we head to the famous tv antenna or as they call it in Berlin, the giant needle. The entrance fee is € 13, but worth it because it allows us to enjoy Berlin in all its glory. It's getting late, so we start walking towards Spree and by chance we arrive at the Church of St. Nicholas. The neighborhood isn't bad either, very touristy with nice little shops. We decide to eat at a typical German pub Brauhaus Georgbraeu, with typical wooden seating of light blue, typical German food based on hot dogs and beer in rivers, the cost is fair value for its uniqueness. After the dinner we get back to the hotel. On the second day having ideas somewhat confusing, and, fearful because of the uncertain weather, we decide after a breakfast buffet at the hotel for 7 euros, contact a guide found by chance on a brochure, for a city tour, in Italian, who in just four hours there promises to see the city centre: berlinitaliano +49 (0) 15140007711. the meeting point is at the stop of the zoo in front of the McDonald's. our guide's name is Francesca and the cost, since we are owners of Berlin card, is 9 euros. don't expect, however, special transport, the Guide leads us around by public transport, metro area, best suited for sightseeing. The zoo we start at a time to the Museum Island's surface subway station Hackescher Mark. We observe from outside the Cathedral in piazza del Lustgarden, where are the huge buildings of museums featuring sculptures and neoclassical architecture. Special attention we devote to the statue of the Neue Wache, for me the most impressive of the visit in Berlin, a Memorial in honor of the black mercy various wars. Later, thanks to our guide Jonathan, very careful to explain the historical events of the city, we came to the library or forum Fridericiarum where the books were burned in 1933 by Nazi troops. The Mitte district is small and you visit a great time walking. Quickly we head for lunch in a bakery in Friderichstrasse, just steps away from the fashionable Berlin's Gendarmen square Mark. Here we find the twin churches a French built to accommodate the exiled Huguenots and a German Protestant Church, located opposite one another. A quick visit in a beautiful chocolate and it starts looking for Check Point Charlie, the symbol of the cold war which today, unfortunately, it's only a commercial place a sort of circus with various attractions around; near here is even more visible in the wake of the wall: two rows of bricks on the asphalt. With quick step we arrived near the monument in honor of the Jews killed during the Nazi era: stone blocks of various sizes Ashen to form a labyrinth, a monument to interpret: bare, wagons of deportations, altars, etc. One thing is for sure, place it in the center of town was a solution. One misunderstanding, in my opinion, the monument dedicated to fallen homosexuals during Nazism which is placed in a separate place accessible only through a large road. We end our tour at the Brandenburg Gate. Beautiful, unique door standing of old Berlin. Recommend an overnight visit, because the size of the door are lost in the big main street Unter den Linden. Even here, however, is lacking that predictions of grandeur that I expected. The day comes at the end, but before we pull out, we go to standing in line to visit the day after the seat of the Reichstag, the tail is long, but the booking fees, we can finally take a few places and go looking for a place to dine. Strolling around after taking the metro with a compatriot ealy Karl Marx At # 129, surrounded by restaurants, we decide to have the same menu, the restaurant's Greek: kos house. We are really lucky because welcome and delicious typical dishes, we are offered, with an aperitif based on ouzo at will, the cost is really low. Ends the day with back to the hotel. The next morning we expect the visit to the seat of the Reichstag at 8:30, early start, but aside from the breakfast of the hotel that there had excited the day before, we eat down the street in one of the many bakeries on the street Potsdamer, a euro three croissants! We arrive at the seat of the Reichstag, we come and we go up in the lift to look at you. The glass dome is lovely, isn't flashy and integrates well with the structure of the old building with its four towers. The audio-guide is complete and climbing to the dome, once again, we enjoy a complete panorama of the city, except now we have more awareness of underlying buildings and monuments. The tour lasts about an hour, between stories recounted by the audioguide and views are well worth it. Towards the 10:30 decide to get back into the Centre to visit the Cathedral, we run into a small flea market along the River, the Museum Island; Let's go to the Cathedral and with a price of 8 euros the visit. Like most of the buildings in Berlin was rebuilt several times. The visit is worth, nice round that you can do on the dome, where we arrive after a long staircase. Once again we see Berlin at our feet. Interesting landscape although with too many cranes and many jobs to be terminated! Our last stop challenging is the Pergamon Museum, a short walk from the duomo. Cost € 13 also here an excellent audio guide. The Museum is challenging do you need about two hours to inspect it carefully; Bella the Ishtar Gate partially being restored, as unfortunately was under restoration also side with the Pergamon altar, however the visit Assyrian Babylonian period remains especially deserves very well cared for. It is evening we decide to eat Charlottenstrabe 55 to Augustiner in Bavaria, great food, Bavarian but beware of the water cost: 75 cl 7 euro, best beer!!! We finish so our three days in Berlin one incomplete and evolving city with an urban planning very indented, with an identity of race, in my opinion, now at issue, in which various cultures come together and manage to live almost in a paradox with the period Nazi ideals. On the morning of 10 a.m. to 5.00 we gotta get up early for our flight, we are looking for a taxi via the Lord clerk, without success, finally I can call the taxi and arrive on time to embark. Nothing but German efficiency!
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