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Crowne Plaza Berlino - Potsdamer Platz

Esplora Berlin

Situated near Potsdamer Platz and in the Berlin districts of Mitte and Tiergarten, you are right between the old city centre in the east and the new and modern west of Berlin.

Suggerimenti locali

Suggerimenti locali

Da vedere

Passa Checkpoint Charlie, il famoso varco che durante la guerra fredda separava Berlino Est da Berlino Ovest, per recarti all'Isola dei Musei. Nei 5 musei che la costituiscono puoi trovare antichi reperti egizi, tesori bizantini e dipinti del XIX secolo. Dopo, dirigiti verso la torre della televisione ad Alexanderplatz per ammirare la città dall'alto di questa popolare attrazione di Berlino.

Novità

Ad appena 2 km dall'hotel, il Museo della Porta di Brandeburgo racconta più di 300 anni di storia europea in uno dei monumenti più famosi di Berlino. Attraverso una coinvolgente esperienza multimediale, puoi rivivere la rivoluzione tedesca del 1848, i ruggenti anni Venti, le due guerre Mondiali, la guerra fredda e la caduta del Muro del 1989. Sarà un indimenticabile viaggio nel tempo.

Suggerimenti

Berlino offre la migliore cucina turca e mediorientale che potrai assaggiare. Nel quartiere Neukölln, lungo la Sonnenallee, il Viale del sole, detto "viale dell'hummus", vi sono noti ristoranti di cucina turca, libanese e siriana. A pochi passi dall'hotel, vi è il Gemüse Kebap di Mustafa, un famoso chiosco di cibo di strada che propone piatti vegetariani e kebab considerati i migliori di Berlino.

Da non perdere

Per un punto di vista insolito sulla città, fai un giro in barca lungo i corsi d'acqua di Berlino. Le crociere sul fiume Sprea toccano luoghi simbolo come il Reichstag, l'Isola dei Musei e il Duomo. I percorsi più lunghi includono anche il canale Landwehrkanal, che si snoda nel parco Tiergarten e sotto numerosi ponti. Una crociera serale con i colleghi è un modo unico per concludere la giornata.

Non tornare a casa senza

Il palazzo del Reichstag è testimone del passato tumultuoso di Berlino. Incendiato nel 1933, danneggiato nella seconda guerra mondiale e trascurato durante la guerra fredda, è di nuovo sede del Parlamento dal 1999. Dalla cupola di vetro dell'architetto Norman Foster si vede la sala plenaria. Il ristorante Käfer Dachgarten, all'ultimo piano, con vista sulla città, serve un ottimo menù tedesco.

Cose da fare

Cose da fare

Brandenburg Gate

The Brandenburg Gate formerly used to represent the separation of the city between East and West Berlin, since the Berlin Wall came down in 1989 the Brandenburg Gate has now come to symbolize German unity. In addition, this gate made of sandstone is one of the finest examples of German classicism. The Gate was designed by Carl Gotthard Langhans from 1788 to 1791 and is modeled on the Propylaeum of Athens’ Acropolis and forms the western end of Unter den Linden at the Pariser Platz.

Martin Gropius Bau

The Martin-Gropius-Bau, originally designed as a museum of applied arts, is Berlin's main exhibition hall and is one of the world’s leading exhibition sites. The building was erected between 1877 and 1881 by the architects Martin Gropius (a great uncle of Walter Gropius) and Heino Schmieden in the style of an Italian Renaissance building. Today, the Martin-Gropius-Bau serves as a venue for temporary exhibitions of international standing.

Topography of Terror

The site known since 1987 as the "Topography of Terror" was the central location of national-socialist terror. The focus of the permanent exhibition is the central institutions of the SS and police in the “Third Reich” as well as the crimes they perpetrated throughout Europe.

Potsdamer Platz / Sony Centre

During the war, Potsdamer Platz was almost completely destroyed and it spent more than 40 years as the city’s wasteland located between East and West. Today it is one of the most exciting and diverse places in the capital. With its unique blend of art, entertainment, shopping, cosmopolitan flair, and not least history, it represent the "New Berlin".

Friedrichstrasse / Checkpoint Charlie

Checkpoint Charlie was the best known border-crossing of Cold War days. It was designated as the single crossing point for foreigners and members of the Allied forces. The Museum, known as Haus am Checkpoint Charlie, contains the best documentation available on the many escape attempts from East to West.

Museum Island

Berlin’s Museum Island is a unique ensemble of five museums, built at the small island in Berlin’s Spree River. In 1999, the museum complex was added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. At the southern part of the island, the Old Museum can be found. In the northern part, there is the New Museum as well as the Alte Nationalgalerie. On the Kupfergraben side of the island can be found the Pergamon Museum. And last but not least there is the Bode Museum.

Alexanderplatz

Alexanderplatz is one of the most famous squares in Berlin; Berliners often call it simply “Alex”. It is named after the Russian Czar Alexander I. Alexanderplatz took on its present form in the 1960’s after it had been largely destroyed in World War II. Established in 1969 the "Fountain of Friendship between peoples" and the "world clock" are certainly the most famous attractions of the place.

German Technology Museum

With its over 26,000 sqm of floor space the German Museum of Technology offers a comprehensive insight into technical cultural history in Germany. With its permanent exhibition Exhibitions on aviation and shipping, one of the largest collections of railway vehicles in original size in historic roundhouses and a large park with a brewery and windmills.

Victory Column

Located in Tiergarten is one of the most famous symbols of Berlin: the victory column with the goddess of victory. "Golden Lizzie," as it is known in Berlin slang, was built between 1864 and 1873 as a symbol of Prussian military victory in the 1864.The Victory Column originally stood in front of the Reichstag in the former Königsplatz and today’s Platz der Republik. In 1939, the Nazis relocated the column to its present site at the Großer Stern.

Jewish Museum Berlin

The Jewish Museum Berlin an architectural masterpiece by Daniel Libeskind, opened to the public in 2001. The spectacular structure has firmly established itself as one of Berlin’s most recognizable landmarks. It exhibits the social, political and cultural history of the Jews in Germany from the 4th century to the present.

Neue Nationalgalerie

The impressive glass building designed by Mies van der Rohe (built 1968) provides a worthy setting for the 20th century art collection of Berlin's State Museums. The museum holds an high-class selection of modern art. The central points of the collection are works by exponents of Cubism, Expressionism, Bauhaus, Group Zero surrealism and American color-field painting, as well as artists such as Pablo Picasso, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Paul Klee, Max Beckmann and Otto Dix.

Tempodrom

Moeckernstrasse 10, Berlin, 10963

The Tempodrom is the quick-change artist amongst the capital's event venues. Located directly beside Potsdamer Platz, thanks to its extraordinary and spectacular architecture and the multifaceted, individual space concepts, this venue is the perfect setting for events of every kind. In 2001, the presentation of the European Film Awards was the inaugural event at the Tempodrom. Up to 4,000 guests can enjoy unforgettable moments beneath its spectacular, 35 m high roof.