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Amazing 72 Hours in Berlin with a Kid

Amazing 72 Hours in Berlin with a Kid, Berlin, Germany (B)

We managed to grab those cheap Ryan Air tickets in the last moment. Long weekend in Berlin seemed like a great idea. This time, however, it was a different trip because we had a nine year old, who came along for her first long distance travel. Berlin is great at this time of the year – already pleasantly warm, green and blooming. Every time I come here, it looks very different. This time, the gap has been almost 10 years and the city surely changed a lot. Here is our guide – how to spend 72 hours in Berlin with a kid.

For our short stay we booked one of the cheapest places I could find: Ibis Budget Ost. Not necessarily the fanciest hotel I have ever stayed in. The room would benefit from a proper cleaning. However, it did the job just fine for the 50€ per night you can’t expect anything better, really.

What I love about Berlin (and Germany in general) is the efficient transportation system. Although our hotel was miles from city center, the tram stop was right outside the door and the S-Bahn (local metro) just a few hundred meters away. Traveling to and from the center hardly took us longer than 20-30 minutes. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Amazing 72 Hours in Berlin with a Kid
Guide Location: Germany » Berlin
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Maria Andreitsuk
Read it on Author's Website: https://tigrest.com/amazing-72-hours-in-berlin-with-a-kid/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Ibis Budget Ost
  • Alexanderplatz
  • Alexa shopping mall
  • Zoo Berlin
  • Reichstag
  • the memorial for Soviet soldiers
  • the holocaust memorial
  • Brandenburg Gates
  • Museum island
  • Unter den Linden street
  • Berlin Story bunker

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