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What you should know about Wilmersdorf

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When you book your accommodation via, you can be certain that you have found the place of your dreams. Experts in German travel, we have created an amazing list of hotels in Wilmersdorf, Berlin for you to choose from. Here you will be able to find the perfect accommodation for your vacation, no matter what your budget is, what you plan to do in Berlin, or how large your group is. So that you can get an accurate preview of your hotel, we make sure that all of the hotels in Wilmersdorf, Berlin that we place on our site are illustrated with photographs. At, we also run a reviewing scheme which enables site users to post their honest thoughts about hotels that they have stayed at, so make sure to check those out as well. Dating back to the medieval era, Wilmersdorf is a neighborhood with an elegant cultural feel to it.

What's Wilmersdorf Like?

Wilmersdorf is a quiet and sophisticated district of Berlin, with plenty of tree lined avenues to drive or stroll down. In Wilmersdorf, you will find several magnificent religious edifices, which are well worth a visit. The Russian Orthodox Cathedral, the Saint Ludwig Church with its Neo-Gothic architecture and the Ahmadiyya Mosque are all key landmarks of Wilmersdorf. Theater lovers should head on down to the Schaubuhne Theater to catch a show, whilst foodies will have a great time exploring the restaurants of Wilmersdorf. There are lots of wonderful cafes and bars to check out in this neighborhood too, where you can sample some famous German Kuechen (cakes) or Weissbier (pale ale).

How to Get Along with Locals in Wilmersdorf

Mastering a few basic phrases of German is a great way to help your stay in Wilmersdorf to go as smoothly as possible. Remember, that in German there is both a polite, formal form of address ('Sie') which you use with strangers, elders, and official acquaintances, and a more informal form ('du') which you can use with peers, close family, children, and friends. If in doubt, you can always ask someone 'wollen wir verduzen?' which means 'shall we call each other 'du'?'. One of the most famous foodstuffs to try in Berlin is perhaps the 'Berliner' donut, so why not have one with your morning coffee when you stay in Wilmersdorf? The team have a wealth of expertise relating to Wilmersdorf, and we used this to bring you a top notch array of hotels in Wilmersdorf, Berlin to browse through in preparation for your stay. Why would you book with any other website?

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