Park Inn Berlin Alexanderplatz
The Park Inn Berlin Alexanderplatz is a 4-star modern hotel located in Mitte, the central part of Berlin. The hotel offers 1012 guest rooms, including suites and executive rooms. Each room has a private bathroom and is equiped with: airconditioning, satellite and pay TV, radio... more.
Art Otel Berlin Mitte by Park Plaza
art'otel berlin mitte by park plaza is located at the Spree River, approximately eight miles from Tegel Airport and three miles from Potsdamer Platz. Built six years ago by Austrian architect Johanne Nalbach, the hotel is surrounded by the Alexanderplatz... more.
Park Inn Berlin Alexanderplatz
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The oldest artifact in Berlin is a wooden beam dating back to 1192, meaning this was the earliest time there were settlements in the central area. Written documentation of Berlin dates back the 13th century, in which it was part of the Kingdom of Prussia. It is now one of Germany's most advanced cities, full of research institutes, universities and technology headquarters.
Berlin is well known for the heavily painted Berlin Wall, one of the most famous boundary walls in world history. Although most of it was torn down, portions of it still remain, making it one of the top attractions to see. It was used to divide East and West Berlin. In the past, those who crossed without permission were shot. One of the most memorable events in Berlin's history was the Holocaust during World War II. Thousands were killed in this city at the hands of the Nazis. Visitors who are interested in history will want to visit the Holocaust Memorial, featuring a stelae field above ground and an informational center below, where the lives of victims are commemorated. While in the area, travelers will also enjoy visiting Brandenburg Castle, one of Berlin's most famous castles.
This city has plenty more tales to tell about history. The Pergamon Museum is one of the most comprehensive world history museums in Europe. As one of Berlin's prime attractions, it features rare items such as the Altar of Zeus and Babylon's famous Ishtar Gate. The Cold War was one of Berlin's most significant events. To commemorate the prisoners, Hohenschoenhausen Prison has been converted to a museum. Guests are allowed to tour the prison and see where prisoners were kept, tortured and killed; giving a grim reminder of how cruel humans can be to one another. This prison is located near the city center.
Another attraction in the city center area is the Parliament building. Travelers are allowed to see parts of it in a tour. There is also an arts and architecture tour that can be taken here. The building is one of the city's most beautiful architectural works. Beauty-seeking travelers will also enjoy the Potsdam’s Gardens, which are about 10 miles from the city center. It is a world heritage center, with two castles. Each is surrounded by lush gardens. Sanssouci Castle is said to be one of Berlin's finest works of art. Visitors can access this location by train in the central station of Berlin.