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Platz 5: City Guide Berlin

Paul-Engelhard- Str.60
Potsdam, 14469
Phone: ++49.331.64720501

Platz 4: Bus 100

One-Way Ticket €2.10
Day Pass €6.10

Want to see Berlin on the cheap? Bus line 100 travels via many popular tourist locations, all for the price of a regular bus-fare. Running between Zoologischer Garten and Alexanderplatz train stations, the bus stops at Großer Stern, Schloss Bellevue, Platz der Republik (where you’ll find the Brandenburg Gate), the Reichstag, and Unter den Linden (one of Berlin’s most beautiful streets with parallel rows of Linden trees running down the middle). A one-way trip takes about half an hour. To hop on and off all day, ask for a Tageskarte (daily ticket). Buses run approximately every ten minutes, 5:30am-midnight.

Platz 3: Pfaueninsel

Berlin, 14109
Phone: +49 30 8058 6830

Pfaueninsel Palace (only April-October) Tue-Sun 10am-5pm
Ferry (seasonal) Daily 10am-4pm, 9am-6pm, 8am-9pm
Contact for Specific Dates and Times

Pfaueninsel Palace €3, Concessions €2.50
Ferry €2, Concessions €1.50

An island in the River Havel near Lake Wannsee, the Pfaueninsel (Peacock Island) contains a historic castle called the Palmenhaus, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as a nature reserve. Though it’s named for its population of wild peacocks, the park is home to many different local and exotic bird species, as well as extensive bike pathways and riverside grass areas. The island is truly a perfect combination of nature and history. S-BAHNHOF: Wannsee

Platz 2: Grunewald Forest

Havelchaussee 61
14193 Berlin

Convenient to the city and filled with natural beauty, this is a favorite retreat for locals and tourists alike. The Grunewald Forest is home to several lakes, walking paths, and hiking trails. Located southwest of the city, the forest also has areas for swimming and sailing and is as busy in the winter as in summer.

Platz 1: Badeschiff

Eichenstrasse 4
Berlin, 12435
Phone: 030 5337142

Part of the Arena club complex, the Badeschiff (in English, „Bathing ship“) is a public swimming pool floating in the middle of the Spree. Built inside the hollowed-out hull of an old barge, the Badeschiff is open until midnight, and typically sports a popular DJ performing on the attached dock / outdoor dance floor. Come to soak up the sun and enjoy some of Berlin’s summer culture! U-BAHNHOF: Schlesisches Tor

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