With a 3 hour flight via Aegean Air for €100 I arrived rested and ready to explore Berlin. After the routine collection of luggage, I found myself outside the airport trying to figure out how to get to my hotel.
*Just a quick reminder, if you are booking a flight one week before your trip, Athens to Berlin airfare can go up to €540 one way.
I assumed that this would have been the easiest destination when it comes to clear instruction for tourists (German efficiency). I don’t know if I missed a sign but just ended up taking a taxi not knowing what charges were coming my way.
Staring out of my taxi window, I began taking in the landscapes and became curious about the suburbs around the city (I always wonder how much rent is, do they make good money here, yes I know it’s weird). About 12 minutes later my taxi driver stopped and asked for €25 (not bad, especially compared to alot of other European countries).
As I pushed my luggage into the Radisson Blue, I noticed it was on prime real estate, close to major tourist attractions and shopping areas where a 5 min walk away I was pleasantly surprised.
To book a one night stay at Raddison Blu ranges starts from $113 per night and if you swift through some sites, you might get further discounts.
Most people also speak English so you don’t have to worry about that. Next post will show you guys the top 4 things to do in Berlin.Comment below if you have any more suggestions on this post or any questions.