Use this Berlin Guide to explore Germanys capital and the things to do in Berlin in just one day. Moreover I show you around and tell you the costs for each activity! Related article: http://www.back-packer.org/berlin-travel-guide-sights/ — my travel equipment — camera http://www.back-packer.org/gopro_3 insurance http://www.back-packer.org/worldnomads_versicherung packing list http://www.back-packer.org/patagonia-packing-list-trekking/ Online Language Course http://www.back-packer.org/babbel_eng Restaurants, Sights, Transportation and Nightlife as well as Accommodation options are featured in this video to answer the question “How much is a day in Berlin?” Checkout the packing list I set up for City Breaks with carry on luggage: http://bit.ly/1fyG6nD === short Version of Berlin Travel Guide === Find the complete free Travel Guide Berlin on my Blog. 1) Get to Berlin Depending of your location you can choose the most suitable transport mode for you: by plane, train or Fernbus 2) Accommodation Depending on your style you have several options — if you happen to travel with a group you should consider the apartment option! 3) Sights & Tours a) Alternative Berlin Tour The guys from Alternative Berlinnofollow offer a different kind of sightseeing tour. You come to see streetart, the east-side gallery and you get to know more about the streetart scene, the artists and historical facts. Highly recommended! b) Panoramapunkt (Berlin from above) The TV Tower is one of the most popular sights and therefore mostly pretty crowded. If you want to have an open view and if you want to take pictures with the tower in it you should head over to the Potsdamer Platz! 4) Snacks / Cafés / Bars Berlin is great for streetfood and relaxing at a Café! Not to mention the beer 😉 a) Zimt & Mehl (Breakfast) This bakery is located next to a canal and offers a great menu for breakfast! b) Curry 36 (Imbiss) Here you should try the Currywurst with French Fries! c) Tadim (Imbiss) As mentioned above you shouldn’t skip another typical Berlin Streetfood gem: Döner Kebap! d) Marabu Bar (Kneipe) Nice, cozy Pub at the Görlitzer Park! === Spots: 00:12 Intro – Reichstag Berlin 00:40 Frühstück – Zimt & Mehl, Kreuzberg 00:59 Tour – Alternative Berlin (Alexanderplatz, Yaam, East Side Gallery) 01:17 Mittag – Curry 36, Berlin Zoo 01:29 Public Transport – UBahn Bundestag & Friedrichstraße 01:39 Berlin from above – Panoramapunkt am Potsdamer Platz 01:52 Café – Kurfürstendamm 02:02 Hostel – Aletto am Ku’damm 02:16 Dinner – Dönerladen in Moabit 02:34 Beer – Pub in Kreuzberg 02:48 Bill 02:58 Preview South America Episodes This Berlin Guide is supported by: Aletto Berlin: www.aletto.de Special Guests: Sebastian von http://www.off-the-path.com/ Björn von http://www.thesocialtraveler.net/ Follow me: http://www.back-packer.org http://www.twitter.com/BackPackerSteve http://www.facebook.com/BackPackerBlog
Willkommen in Berlin!
Germanys capital and one of the
European hot spots at the moment!
A city which is well known for its historical
associations, diverse architecture,
a lively nightlife and great Streetart.
Let’s discover City
..and the prices!
Breakfast is the most important Meal in
Germany and I’m here at the
Zimt und Mehl and paid for
this breakfast 4,60 !
if you want to experience Berlin in
a more authentic way
I recommend attending an alternative
walking tour where you not
only see sights…you see graffiti and
street art and the best about it:
The tours start
everyday at 11 a.m. at 1 p.m.
and 3 p.m.
at the Alexanderplatz
Currywurst is a must-eat in Berlin.
For this I paid 3,40 here at
Curry 36
to get from one place to the other
quickly I recommend using
the S and U-Bahn!
The price for a daypass is 6,70€
For 5,50€ you can get on top
of this building and see
Berlin from above!
time for some coffee and cake – for this
combination I paid
5€ and 50 cents!
I stayed in the Aletto Hotel
Kurfürstendamm
A night in a double
is 40€ per Person
Döner is another popular
streetfood in Berlin
For one Döner in Moabit
you have to pay 3€
The nightlife in Berlin is
pretty Budget friendly
for this Beer I paid 3€
I had a good time in Berlin:
here is the bill!
I’m very excited as we move to another
continent
in the upcoming episodes we will answer
the question how much is South America
with budget checks in Argentina,
Chile, Uruguay, Peru and Bolivia
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