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Discover Berlin with Paula from Hostel X Berger

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Paula from Hostel X Berger in Berlin

Coolest blog to learn about Berlin before landing?

EXBERLINER has lots of great info in English!

How many days should someone plan to stay?

At least 4 days, less than this would be a crime.

Describe Berlin in 3 words:

Filthy, Unique, SimplyAmazing

Street Art Building Berlin
Street art defines Berlin
Why is Berlin so freaking cool?

Because of all the different nationalites/etnicities/religions and the amazing clubs!

Dirtiest bar you like to hang out on weekdays?

Roses Bar at Oranienstraße 187 is filled with pink hairy walls and its oversized everything.

Roses bar in Berlin
Roses Bar in Berlin by Nacho Pintos

Where can we find you on a Friday night?

Kater Blau or Sisyphos. The sites are not in english but ask me about it when you stay at my hostel!

Best local drink other than beer?

Nope, it’s beer!? Get a good one at Luzia at Oranienstraße 34 or Rock N Roll Herberge at Muskauerstraße 11.

Cheapest meal around Hostel X Berger?

The hostel is located in the district of Kreuzberg, which is full of diners and small restaurants. Luck for us, everything is pretty cheap!

Best coffeeshop near your hostel?

19grams Berlin is the best, at Schlesischestraße 38

Best viewpoint of the whole city?

The view from Teufelsberg is quite spectacular.

Teufelsberg
Getting up Teufelsberg will reward you with amazing views. By Rae Allen

Best park to chill and read a book?

Probably, Treptower Park. You can find a spot just for yourself or meet people easy if you want. Also, there is a really nice park called Tempelhofer Feld. It’s the old airport, which is now the biggest open area in Europe.

Weirdest museum in Berlin?

The DDR Museum, which features interactive exhibitions about the daily life in East Germany.

Best advice about the public transportation?

Rent a bike!

How to spend a day in Berlin with only 5 euros?

Just walk around, meet people from around the world and your day will be unforgettable. Walk in all the alleys you might walk by. You never know what you might see.

Street art Courtyard in Hackescher Markt
Street art Courtyard in Hackescher Markt

Best district to get lost?

Friedrichshain is one of the alternative areas in Berlin with lots of bars and clubs, so definitely the best place to get lost!

Best place to buy cool souvenirs?

Mitte is the most touristic part with most of the museums, souvenir shops, and historical stuff.

Paula from Hostel X Berger BerlinA useful sentence people should know in your language:

Eine Kurzstrecke Nach… Bitte (A short way by taxi) Only costs 4€ for up to 2km.

Who was the most inspirational traveler you’ve met?

I’ve met so many amazing people over the last years, I really can’t say… That’s the cool thing about working in hostels!

What would be the title of your biography:

Berlin, du bist so wunderbar! (Berlin, you are amazing!)

To learn more about Hostel X Berger, check out their website.

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