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Berlin for only $100 a Day

Spend an exciting day in Berlin for as low as $100 including accommodation!*

In the Morning...
Visit the Reichstag and enjoy a snack for lunch at its rooftop Restaurant Käfer:
The Reichstag is one of the most symbolic buildings in Berlin and houses the German Parliament. It is located next to the Brandenburg Gate and with its architectural glass dome, has become one of the city's landmarks. Admission to the dome is free, and with its opening hours daily from 8 am to 10 pm, it offers an amazing view over the city, day and night. 
Costs: free admission
If you reserve a table at Restaurant Käfer located on the rooftop, you can even avoid the lines outside.
Costs: $21.50 for lunch

In the Afternoon...
Get on the fastest elevator in Europe that takes you up to an amazing view over Berlin, especially at sunset. The viewing platform Panoramapunkt on top of the Kollhoff Tower on Potsdamer Platz Square is open daily from 11 am to 8 pm and offers reduced prices for children, students and seniors.
Costs: $4.50 regular admission 

In the Evening...
Explore the area around Potsdamer Platz Square with its shopping center, the Potsdamer Platz Arkaden. The entire area was one of Europe's largest private-sector urban construction projects. The food-court on the lower level offers various kinds of restaurants, bakeries and cafés where you can find food at moderate prices.
Costs: $16 for dinner

At Night...
Choosing a three-star hotel in Berlin guarantees you a good-night's sleep only a few steps away from major attractions and never far from public transportation.
Costs: $58 per person/night at the Mercure Hotel an der Charité*

This tour can be completed on foot. As an alternative, your day in Berlin could also look as follows:

Free guided tour through Berlin with SANDEMANs NEW Berlin Tours for 3.5 hours. Tours start daily at 11 am and 1 pm in front of Starbucks at the Brandenburg Gate.
$8 for a Döner-Kebab lunch to be found at corner stands and kiosks, especially in Berlin-Kreuzberg.
Free admission to the Pergamon Museum from 6 pm to 10 pm every Thursday after July 5, 2009.
$30 for dinner at Felix Restaurant, located in the famous Hotel Adlon at the Brandenburg Gate.
$62 for accommodation at the Mercure Airport Hotel Berlin Tegel*.

*Hotels and attractions are randomly picked and represent only a small selection of affordable ways to explore the city of Berlin. More valuable hotels can be found at
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