Germany offers its travellers a well-rounded experience of beautiful architecture, a beautiful countryside, fun-filled festivals and the most brilliant, lip-smacking cuisine. Winter from December to February marks the holiday season, the time during Christmas and New Years Eve are a festive period. Waterproof boots, winter jacket and warm scarf, are a must as it snows a lot. It is a good time for cross-country skiing. The main highlight is the wildly popular and historic capital Berlin; also known for its rebuilt historic Dresden, “Florence on the Elbe”. (main areas: Berlin, Saxony)Central Germany: Home to some of the most prominent historical and financial cities; houses the ancient and historically significant Thuringian Forest; known as the green heart of the country. Tourism is the largest indigenous industry on the island of Ireland and employs more than 240,000 people. Following list of residential areas will help you decide where to stay during your visit in Germany.
Friedrichshain: Located in what was previously East Berlin, Friedrichshain is an edgy neighbourhood with an alternative vibe. The happening night scene will appeal to night owls and party Friedrichshain.
Mitte neighborhood: it is less than three blocks from the Berlin Wall Memorial; i31 Hotel is surrounded by dozens of great restaurants and is within a 10-minute walk to Museum Island. A good budget option in the Mitte neighborhood is the B&B Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz, a freshly updated non-smoking hotel with compact soundproofed rooms. This no-frills hotel provides breakfast, Wi-Fi, and is located less than five minutes by foot to landmarks.
Berlin Gorki Apartments: these are a luxury option for those who want the conveniences of home during their stay in Berlin. Guest apartments have a fun decor that mixes contemporary with retro, and they come with a well-equipped kitchenette.
Kreuzberg: Just over the river from Kreuzberg, East Side Gallery is a hostel that’s got it going on. Well decorated, good vibes, an on-site restaurant, breakfast buffet and free towels make this hostel a must stay if you want to be in Kreuzberg.
The Schoneberg neighborhood: it is another good place to find budget lodgings, like the Ibis Berlin Kurfurstendamm which provides dependable quality rooms and service in a hip, updated atmosphere. The hotel offers valuable inclusions, like breakfast, Wi-Fi, and free secure parking that includes a charging station for e-cars.
Prenzlauer Berg: rated to be the coolest place to stay in Berlin for all walks of life. A former bohemian hangout, it is now home to people from all spectrums of society, with flashes of the past combined with the marks of gentrification and hipster influences.
25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin: it really is designed for both kids and adults in mind. Its location could not be more perfect for families visiting the zoo and aquarium-the hotel sits at the edge of the Berlin Zoological Garden, and those who want to look straight out at the elephant enclosure should request a room facing the park.
Louisa’s Place: it is an all-suite luxury experience in the heart of the Kurfurstendamm shopping district in south Charlottenburg. Suites at this boutique hotel come equipped with a full kitchen and living room, as well as a private balcony. Hotel amenities include a heated indoor pool, sauna, fitness center, and in-house spa services; there is a restaurant on site, as well as several within just a block or two.