- By Kevin
- On Nov 21, 2017
- Travel Tips
Following the Berlin travel guides to learn the winter in Berlin for kids.Making spring break or winter travel plans in Berlin now?Check our regional travel guides for more family travel planning or some of our recent family resort reviews.
If you’ve got a blossoming gourmet in the family,the Berlin Food Tour is the best culinary adventure we've experienced.Bilingual owner Bastian is a friendly local and his diverse culinary itineraries are superb.Kids pay about half the adult price.Walking tours last several hours,so this is not for fidgety toddlers.
The Arte Luise Kunsthotel
This boutique property is an art gallery within a hotel.Each room is personally conceived and decorated by a different artist.It is located within sight of the Reichstag and just a short walk from the Brandenburg Gate.Ask for a room facing away from the subway if you are light sleepers.
Our inexpensive family room at the Ibis Styles was clean and compact.The colorful common area includes communal computers and a kid’s play area stocked with games and toys.The complimentary breakfast buffet includes fresh fruit smoothies.
European families have been hosteling for years and American families are catching on to this low-cost type of accommodation.Generator is a trendy chain of hostels with locations in central Mitte and popular Prenzlauer Berg.Private rooms with en suite baths are an excellent value.
Purchase a two-,three-or five-day Berlin Welcome Card and you’ll get unlimited rides on Berlin’s comprehensive public transportation network,including the U-Bahn,S-Bahn and buses.The cards start at about 20 Euros for the two-day option.You’ll receive discounts at hundreds of sites,museums and tours.When an adult purchases a card valid for zones A,B and C,they can bring up to three kids between the ages of 6 and 14 on board for free.