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Where to goin berlin International Hotels The Hollywood Media Hotel just like the movies! Founded and operated by film producer Artur Brauner, the 4-star Hollywood Media Hotel is centrally located on the Kurfürstendamm, only 2 km away from Berlin’s premier convention centre ICC/Messe Berlin. The Hollywood Media Hotel’s 182 luxurious rooms, suites and apartments are each dedicated to famous international movie stars, film directors and movies. The hotel also has apartments which are situated above the roofs of Berlin on the 6th floor, each one equipped with a kitchenette. The 10 stateof-the-art conference rooms are equipped with the latest technology, and the hotel-owned cinema-theatre has 100 seats plus a stage. It is an ideal venue for talks, discussions, presentations, symposiums and screenings. Kurfürstendamm 202 - 10719 Berlin Phone: +49 (0) 30 889 100 www.filmhotel.de Metro: U Uhlandstraße U1 U9 class Cuban cigars from Casa del Habano, the luxury cigar shop in the Times Bar, which operates in Germany under an exclusive Cuban licence. Opening hours Daily from 11.00 a.m. No cigar consultation on Sundays Savoy Hotel Fasanenstr. 9-10 - 10623 Berlin Phone: +49 (0) 30 311 030 Metro: U Zoologischer Garten U2 U9 S Zoologischer Garten S1 S7 S9 S75 TV Turm Alexanderplatz Gastronomiegesellschaft GmbH Panoramastraße 1a 10178 Berlin Phone: +49 (0) 30 247 575 875 reservation@tv-turm.de Bars Top quality Cuban cigars in the Times Bar Whether immersed in discussion with the bar tender or relaxing in a comfortable armchair enjoying the view of the legendary Delphi cinema, the Times Bar is an oasis of tranquillity, and a magnet for lovers of the finer things in life. Sipping a range of modern drinks or Caribbean cocktails against a background of subdued music, guests can immerse themselves in a calm, agreeable atmosphere far removed from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The bar is named after its central, octagon-shaped pillar with clocks showing the time in the major cities of the world. Connoisseurs can revel in the range of first- Visit Berlin 360° views of Berlin from the Berlin TV Tower The victory column, the Reichstag, the central railway station, the "red" town hall - no other building can provide an overview of the German capital as quickly as the Berlin TV Tower. In only 40 seconds the lift takes you 203 metres to the panorama level . It is a fantastic observation point that offers views of up to 80 km in all directions on a clear day. Just above in the rotating restaurant you can enjoy the spectacular view in comfort while the city drifts past below. Berlin seen from a height of 207 m. is truly a "round tour" of a very special sort. To avoid waiting the VIP Tickets get you straight to the top because there are no waiting times, and you will not need to make a reservation in the restaurant, as the VIP ticket guarantees you the next available free seat. VIP tickets are bookable at www. tv-turm.de or direct at the cash desk in the Berlin TV Tower. Opening times: March to October 9:00- 24:00 November to February 10:00- 24:00 Museums & Exhibitions Past, present and future at the Museum for Communication The Museum for Communication brings together the past, present and the future under one roof. Its permanent exhibition offers visitors a tangible experience of the information age: its origins, development and opportunities. In addition, exciting temporary exhibitions focus on different aspects of communication. The museum sees itself as a meeting place, as somewhere to exchange ideas and to converse, in short: to communicate. The central theme is one of a changing world of symbols, codes, the media and its impact on private and public life. For example, rather than focusing on the technical development of the computer, the museum explores how new media has altered the world of work and everyday living. The museum also houses an extensive collection of historic exhibits. Museum for Communication Berlin Leipziger Strasse 16 Phone: +49 (0) 30 202 940 Metro: U Stadtmitte U6 U2 46

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