The Olympiastadion, also called the Berlin Olympic Stadium, was built for the 1916 Summer Olympics, games which were never held due to World War I. The Stadium is the second largest in Germany and home to the Hertha Berlin football team since 1963. The Stadium was extensively renovated in 2005 and it was able to host the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Include HRS in your plans; book your Berlin Olympic Stadium hotel today.
One of the first things you should do when you arrive in Berlin is buy a transit pass. It is cheaper than individual tickets, and it simplifies your travels. Once you've dropped your luggage at your Berlin Olympic Stadium hotel, you can step out for a breath of fresh air and start exploring. See if you can locate the remains of the Berlin Wall. Have your photo taken at Checkpoint Charley. Go and see Brandenburg Gate, and the Holocaust Memorial. The Bundestag is quite interesting, especially the glass dome area.
The new Berlin Brandenburg Airport, opening soon, will provide Berlin with world class flight services to destinations worldwide. Within the city you will discover that the top notch transit system will take you anywhere you want to go, from your centrally located Berlin Olympic Stadium hotel to the far corners of the city and back. You can choose between the surface trains, the underground metro, trams, buses and taxis all of which crisscross the city.