Will we see you at PDF Days Europe 2016?
Here are some hotel recommendations and sightseeing tips near the event location (the GLS campus).
Hotel Jurine, starting from 93.-
The Hotel Jurine in the centre of Berlin has all the atmosphere of a French city hotel, but in the middle of the German capital. At this superlative hotel you will find an international standard of comfort ? the very place to rest and recuperate in a harmonious environment. Try our summer and winter gardens.
Hostel Pfefferbett, starting from 82.-
Spend the night on the site of a former brewery - a unique Berlin experience! The Pfefferbett Hostel Berlin is located on the historic grounds of the industrial monument "Pfefferberg" in Berlin's trendy district Prenzlauer Berg. Besides our hostel you can find here artists' studios, galleries, a theatre, clubs, and restaurants with a beer garden which all revive the heritage-protected area.
Hotel IBIS Styles Berlin, starting from 59.-
Breakfast and WIFI access are available free of charge at the ibis Styles Berlin Alexanderplatz hotel. These free services are valid at any ibis Styles hotel. The 3-star hotel is located in the heart of Berlin right next to Alexanderplatz, with easy access to public transport and to the city's many attractions.
Hotel Kastanienhof, starting from 85.-
http://kastanienhof.biz/ (only German Homepage)
Berlin courtyard at Hackescher Markt.
Hackesche Höfe © Pierre Adenis
Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Hackesche Höfe have developed into the central contact point for both Berliners and people visiting Berlin. Lavishly restored, these courtyards are located in the historic Scheunenviertel or barn district in the Spandau suburb of Berlin-Mitte.
A symbol of unity.
Brandenburger Tor © Scholvien
While the only remaining city gate of Berlin formerly used to represent the separation of the city between East and West Berlin, since the Berlin Wall came down in 1989 the Brandenburg Gate has now come to symbolize German unity. In addition, this gate made of sandstone is one of the finest examples of German classicism.
Germany`s largest square!
Alexanderplatz © visitBerlin / Koch
Alexanderplatz is one of the most famous squares in Berlin and certainly the largest. Named after the Russian Czar Alexander I, who visited the capital of Prussia in 1805, "Alex" became a traffic hub when a train station was established there in 1882. The construction of the Central Market Hall (1886) and Tietz department store between 1904 to 1911 transformed Alexanderplatz into one of the main shopping areas of Berlin. It was even made famous in 1929 by Alfred Doblin's classic novel "Berlin Alexanderplatz."
From the bridle path to the boulevard.
Kurfürstendamm © Scholvien
"Kudamm" is the most popular place for going on a stroll in Berlin. The 3,5 km long boulevard goes all the way from Breitscheidplatz in Charlottenburg, where the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is located, to the Rathenauplatz in Grunewald, where the villa district of the western part of Berlin begins.
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