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This unique hotel features a 25-metre high aquarium, a spa area with pool and free WiFi. It is centrally located opposite Berlin Cathedral, 700 metres from Alexanderplatz Square. The Radisson Blu Hotel, Berlin offers stylish, air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TVs and laptop safes. High-quality toiletries and a hairdryer are provided in the modern bathrooms. All rooms are non-smoking and many have a balcony. Guests can enjoy drinks at the Atrium Bar, featuring an impressive aquarium. The elegant HEat restaurant serves international dishes and a daily breakfast buffet, and also has a terrace. A take-away breakfast is available. Guests can also download free e-magazines via the hotel app. A large pool, sauna and gym are featured in the Radisson Blu’s spa and wellness area, and massages can be booked. The hotel is located next to the River Spree, and lies just a 5-minute walk from Museum Island and Hackescher Markt’s trendy shops and restaurants.
This hostel is particularly popular among backpackers from English-speaking countries, although the staff also speak French, Italian and Russian. Guests can stay in one of the spacious dormitories with gleaming wooden floors and large, airy windows. Small rooms are also available for a small surcharge. Email access, luggage storage and bike-hire are all part of the service. The location in the heart of one of Berlin's hippest areas just adds to the hostel's attraction. A host of bars and clubs, as well as the legendary Volksbühne theatre are a short distance away.
Galli Theater is known for its impressive performances for kids and adults alike. During the day this intimate theater often has shows geared towards children, such as unique productions of fairy tales and fables. In the evening the theater has more adult-focused shows, such as comedies and melodramas. Galli Theater also hosts fantastic acting and theater workshops for both young and old.
This rectangular, leafy square in the heart of Prenzlauer Berg is surrounded by tall buildings, busy outdoor cafes and restaurants. Named after a famous left-wing, anti-war artist Käthe Kollwitz, this was the clandestine meeting place for radicals, intellectuals and artists during the socialist era. Today, the square is one of the most throbbing sites of Berlin, with trendy coffee bars and exclusive restaurants such as Gugelhof, where German Chancellor Schröder once took US President Clinton out to dine. The square has an ambiance that still reminds one of the era of socialistic revolution. There is also a big wooden playground that is separated for younger and older kids, complete with everything they need, including swings, slides, a play house and climbing towers.
Volkspark Friedrichshain is perfect for relaxing after work or for chilling out on the weekend. The park has attractive grounds, a number of lakes, ponds and fountains as well as several different children's playgrounds. The Märchenbrunnen is the park's most original element, with the fountains featuring sculptures of German fairy tale characters. The park is Berlin's oldest, as it was first constructed in 1840.
In 1999 Heinrich Fassbender and Wilhelm Rausch established Fassbender & Rausch Chocolatiers, one of the biggest chocolate houses in the world, offering premium chocolate creations in every conceivable form. The delightful facility also displays scale models of famous landmarks and crafts cherubs, models, houses and other sculptures, made using chocolate of course.
Located at Senefelderstraße, in the Prenzlauer Berg neighborhood of Berlin, MACHmit! Childrens Museum encourages kids to play as a way to learn. The museum is housed in a old church that has been updated to include space for a bunch of exciting exhibits that kids will love - including a large wooden climbing structure where kids can safely explore the towering heights of the old church. Workshops are scattered throughout the museum and teach kids about various arts and crafts; some of the workshops include a print-making shop, a soap shop, a house of mirrors, and a stage where kids can be a part of their own performance.
Looking for a rigorous outdoor activity, right in the heart of this city? Well, your search ends here! Located in the charming district of Mitte, this outdoor facility is ideal for fun seekers. MountMitte is a a high rope course where you can navigate your way around a tall climbing structure. Open for ages seven and up, the structure has six different courses where you can face numerous challenges and adventures. Perfect for both families and friends, this is a fun and challenging outdoor adventure.
The concept behind Berlin's Children's Farm is to give city-dwelling kids the opportunity to get to know more animals than just dogs, cats and rats. Built in 1981 by volunteers on a deserted site next to the Berlin Wall, children can visit to feed and tend for the donkeys, pigs, ducks and rabbits. There is also an a wonderful garden onsite to explore.
Madame Tussauds in Berlin is a place where you get to rub shoulders with wax statues of your favorite celebrities, heroes and historic figures . Meet realistic wax figures of famous Hollywood stars like Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise, and watch popular cartoon and storybook characters come alive through waxworks. You might even want to snap a picture of yourself with your favorite star.
The Museum for Natural History is one of the largest and most important museums of its kind in Germany. The extensive collection offers a new perspective on the world of nature, the earth as a planetological and biological environment, and on the process of evolution. The museum was founded in 1810 and has since acquired a collection of over 20 million items. Everything about the earth is exhibited here, from minerals to meteorites. One of the highlights of the museum for both kids and adults is the dinosaur hall.
The Ritz-Carlton Berlin provides all the amenities and facilities that travelers have come to expect from the Ritz-Carlton group. The interiors are inspired by the work of the Prussian architect Karl-Friedrich Schinkel. Its rooms have comfortable feather beds, and the luxurious bathrooms have marble tubs. The in-house restaurants offer delicious food, while the fitness center will help you burn off extra calories and the spa can be a great place to relax after your workout. The hotel is situated on Potsdamer Platz and close to important businesses, government offices, two airports and several golf clubs.