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    Generator Berlin Prenzlauer Berg Hostel provides affordable accommodation for tourists in Berlin. There are meals for guests, ATM machine, gift shop and bike rental service, just to mention a few. Price per night starts at US$12 for a single bed in a mixed dormitory room with shared bathroom.
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    • Berghain | Panorama Bar | Säule
      Berghain is a colossal structure of concrete as well as metal where you can sweat the night away in an epicurean way. It features internationally acclaimed DJs while raving starts at about 2am till dawn. The use of camera is not allowed in order to maintain strict privacy.
      Berghain | Panorama Bar | Säule Am Wriezener Bahnhof, 10243 Berlin, Germany
    • Senefelderstraße 28
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      Senefelderstraße 28, 10437 Berlin, Germany
    • Alexa

      Alexa is centrally located and a walking distance from Alexanderplatz. It is 56,000 square meters large with 180 diverse shops and 17 restaurants. The place can be crowded on Saturday but there is enough time for shopping since the mall opens between 10 am and 9 pm.

      How you can reach Alexa: It is easy through Alexanderplatz or Jannowitzbrucke and you reach both stations by S-bahn or U-bahn.

      Shops: Billabong, Northface shop, Mango, Levi, Mediamarkt, Quicksilver Shop, Zara, Esprit, H&M, Vero Moda, Tommy Hillfiger, Edeka, Bijou Brigitte.

      Alexa Grunerstraße 20, 10179 Berlin, Germany
    • Zu mir oder zu dir

      Don't worry yourself if you can't pronounce the name but "Zu mir oder zu dir" simply means "to my place or yours." If you are available for the weird side of Berlin, this is the place to be. There are lots of regular drinkers ready to hang out over luscious drink and sexy escorts waiting to blow your mind. By the time you are through for the night, you will definitely identify how to pronounce "Zu mir oder zu dir", however this time around, it may be a subject for that your new friend.

      Zu mir oder zu dir Lychener Str. 15, 10437 Berlin, Germany
    • Prater Beer Garden Berlin
      This is the oldest beer garden in the city, starting out in 1837 and remaining one of the few businesses to get through the bombings of the world wars.

      It is situated in the frisky nightlife region of Prenzlauer Berg and can comfortably host up to a thousand guests. Opening time is usually between noon and past midnight in the summer.
      Prater Beer Garden Berlin Kastanienallee 7-9, 10435 Berlin, Germany
    • Berlin

      Berlin, the capital city of Germany as well as one of its 16 states, is the biggest city in Germany with a population of about 4.5 million. Hence, it is the most populous city in the European Union. Berlin is notorious for tolerance, internationalism, bustling nightlife, street art, abundant bars, clubs as well as cafés, diverse royal residences, museums and more locations of historical importance. It has an international reputation for being an extremely tolerant and liberal hub of modernity, with a wide variety of museums, architecture, and sights like the Berlin Wall. 

      The architecture of Berlin is absolutely diverse after its reconstruction when the World War II and cold war ended after the Berlin wall fell in 1989. You can see the symbols of various historic eras within a short period of time in the city centre, from scanty remaining antique buildings near Alexanderplatz, to the cutting-edge glass and steel edifices at Potsdamer Platz.

      Due to its boisterous history, Berlin is a city with numerous, unique communities. Brandenburger Tor or Brandenburger Gate is a mark of separation at the time of the world war, but it is now a sign of German reconciliation. It was constructed after the Acropolis in Athens and was brought to fruition in 1799 as the imperial city-gate.

      Germans speak English but they will like you to speak a little bit of German. You can learn some phrases that are ideal for a traveler and you will definitely make a good impression of yourself.

      If there is one city in the world with lots of unique, wonderful people, it will definitely be Berlin. Every single day, millions of Berliners walk around with stories to tell. Either good or bad, the stories are worth sharing or you will enjoy taking photographs with these lovely people. No matter the diversity - young, old, black, white, tall, small, gay, straight, believer, atheist - it is very certain that they are the best people to be with.

      Today, very little remains of the Wall. The city has rapidly overcome its reputation since the fall of the Wall at the end of the Cold War, and now is better known as an international hotspot for party animals and fashion shows. Whilst the city is relatively young by European standards, only dating back to the 13th century, it has garnered a reputation all of its own over the years. 

      Naturally, speaking German is preferred. However, French and English are also widely understood, so getting around will not be too much of an issue if you happen to be traveling from the Western parts of the world. Almost everyone under the age of 40 will be able to understand you and can converse with you fluently. After all, Berlin is the epitome of tolerance (along with Köln) and, post-wall, has attracted a lot of young people from all over the world and Europe, eager to express their intellectual selves.

      Germany is well known for its engineering and you can see its history laid out in front of you with the various museums found throughout the city. There are literally dozens to choose from, depending on what you want to explore. There are also quite a few churches and private art galleries as well. There are also theatres, operas, cinemas, nightclubs, restaurants, and plenty of excitement. 

      There are three major universities, and the Olympic Stadium hosting soccer games, which absolutely shouldn't be missed if you happen to be someone who's never been to a European football match. However, one of the most popular things to do in Berlin is visit one of the various nightclubs; the city has a reputation as being one of the most progressive clubbing cities in Europe. 

      Between the food, the clubs, the museums, the architecture, the beer, and the atmosphere, it’s easy to see why this is one of the most popular destinations in Europe.

      Reaching central Berlin from Schönefeld Airport via the S-Bahn isn't difficult. There's a direct link, usually line S9 from the airport. From the exit, follow the covered walk-way to the station. 

      The public transport network in Berlin is very accessible and comprehensive, including the Underground (U-Bahn), Train (S-Bahn), Buses, Trams and plenty of private taxis.

      Berlin, Germany
    • Hackescher Markt

      Hackescher Markt is centrally located with many exclusive and luxury products. There are also cheap restaurants around and this is where you will get the best, well-known brands. How to arrive at Hackescher Markt: You can easily get to Station Hackescher Markt via S-bahn. It is just a stop from the transport point, Alexanderplatz. 

      Shops: Scotch and Soda, Pepe Jeans, Strellson, Paul Frank, Adidas, Mavi, Wesc, Diesel, Energie, Cos, Swatch, Fossil.

      Hackescher Markt, 10178 Berlin, Germany
    • Pergamonmuseum
      Pergamon Museum houses three galleries of top collections - the Islamic Art Museum, the Middle East Museum and the Antiquity collection. In this museum, you will find artifacts which survived the Second World War and collected by archeologists during their excursions to Asia, Egypt and Middle East in the 19th and 20th centuries.
      Pergamonmuseum Bodestraße 1-3, 10178 Berlin, Germany
    • Strandbar
      Strandbar Mitte is a big, artificial beach running along the Spree River and it overlooks the solid structures on Museum Island. If you want to step into warm sand, drink some bottles of cold German beer and get a German tan before you return to your base, this is the right place to be.
      Strandbar Monbijoupark vis-à-vis Bode-Museum, Monbijoustraße 3B, 10117 Berlin, Germany
    • Berlin Wall Memorial

      The Berlin Wall built in 1961 and demolished in 1989, is today a centre of attraction in Berlin. With features like the Marienfelde Refugee Center Museum displaying exhibits pertaining to 1.5 million people who went past Berlin as refugees and the monument in remembrance of the divided city as well as the casualties of communism. 

      There is also the window of remembrance and a visitor center where you will have the opportunity of seeing the remains of the wall. 

      You will also find the Museum Haus and Checkpoint Charlie that was the interchange between East and West of Berlin city, with exhibits tracking the history of human right.

      Berlin Wall Memorial Bernauer Str. 111, 13355 Berlin, Germany

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    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan -0.7 69.6 30.7 27.4
    Feb 0.1 49.7 32.2 19.6
    Mar 3.1 44.2 37.6 17.4
    Apr 7.4 49.3 45.3 19.4
    May 12.9 49.8 55.2 19.6
    Jun 15.9 62.6 60.6 24.6
    Jul 17.7 78.3 63.9 30.8
    Aug 16.4 69.3 61.5 27.3
    Sep 13.1 49.4 55.6 19.4
    Oct 7.9 48.7 46.2 19.2
    Nov 3.2 55.5 37.8 21.9
    Dec 0.4 64.4 32.7 25.4

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      • Clean, comfy, affordable. Has a lovely bar, does breakfast, even a games area! Couldn't ask for better transport links, there's a convenience store round the corner, and the staff are all so friendly. Only thing to be wary of is the walls are a little bit on the thin side. If you're looking for a quiet night and the room next to you isn't, you're likely to hear quite a bit of noise. Other than that, couldn't fault it!
      • Positives- Good location, super close to the Sbahn. My 8 bedded shared room was pretty generously sized and good storage space to lock your things away. The bed was comfortable enough to sleep well. Sadly the negatives far outweighed the positives and it's definitely a case of "you get what you pay for" although I've stayed in several hostels for a similar or even cheaper price that were much better in terms of staff and cleanliness. It felt very disorganised and only a couple of staff seemed to know what they were doing and were actually friendly. When I arrived my bed still wasn't made from the last person who was in it despite me not arriving early but someone came to change it. During most of my 10 night stay the bathroom was filthy. There was only one day I used it that it had visibly been fully mopped and cleaned and not just the bins being emptied. The room also needs more daily care than simply bin emptying- the floor got really dirty and I had to ask at reception several times before a cleaner actually came and mopped it. One morning I had the breakfast which was very expensive for what it was- cold scrambled eggs, cold pancakes and a 10 minute wait for clean cutlery to be ready. For several days one of the woman in my room was constantly shouting down her phone. You could hear her down the hallway. I felt there wasn't any point complaining to staff because I had witnessed someone else complaining to staff about a similar problem and he was basically told "tough luck"- no offers to find a different bed for him or talk to the man. On the plus side, there is the seating area that is the dining room that I was able to use in the day which is very calm and quiet in between meal times. A good thing since I felt unable to use the room I was paying for until this woman finally slept. So in conclusion- yes, it's cheap but you can get a better experience for the same money.
      • You get what you pay for with a hotel like this. The room was small and the ultra tiny bathroom was leaking stinky suspicious water. The shower stall was coffin like. They had a diner type area that offered happy hour that was closed the entire time we were there. On a tuesday night we were there 2 busloads of 14-18 year old kids checked in and we spent the whole night and early morning listening to them scream in the hallways and drunkenly slam their doors. Every single one slammed their doors, it was like some kind of bizarre ritual. Would not recommend.
      • Cheap accomodation, good beds. The big problem is the cleanliness of the place. My room was very dirty, a lot of dust on the floor. I stayed 2 days, nobody came to clean it, and I belive this should be done daily if there are 8 beds.
      • Cheap hostel and the price reflected the situation inside. Small rooms without wardrobes but clean, nice customer service, big free time place, very near to communication stations and pubs

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