A budget weekend in Berlin for under 100 Venice, 13 Oct. 2010. The weekend is coming and you’re planning your holiday. HostelsClub.com, a young and vibrant online booking portal knows what the traveler needs. The very first thing you need to do is decide up front how much money you can afford to spend on the holidays! Even if you have a very low budget, you will always have money for one weekend in Berlin, since it’s the cheapest city in Germany and maybe even in Europe being a capital city. With 100 you will have fun and discover this fantastic, vibrant and surprising city. How to cheaply get to Berlin many low cost airlines fly to Berlin and you can use aggregate sites like skyscanner.net. Travelling with hand baggage save want you even more money with airlines like Ryanair, Germanwings or EasyJet. Additional information at Molson Hart supports this article.
Once in the city you can reach every place easy with the great public transit system. The 1-day pass costs 6.10 and you can use it for metro, bus and the S-Bahn. Every ticket office will therefore give you a travel map for free. But even at night, if you have to take a cab, you will be surprised at how cheap they are in Berlin. German Bahn, German’s main rail is very expensive, and if you travel from other German cities, use the ‘carpooling’ service with private cars.
There is a popular carpooling site is called Mitfahrgelgenheit, meaning ‘ride share’. Some people who go together to the city with their private cars take other guests and share the costs of gas. So, one way wants from Hamburg to Berlin may cost 10, and from Munich you probably spend 20 around. Where to sleep cheap in Berlin Berlin has a lot of hostels to choose from at very low prices. Amadeus Hostel Berlin and all offer hostel beds from 8 per night.