Discover the diversity of museums in Berlin from â‚¬ 149,90 *
All this is included for you
- 2 nights in a comfortable standard double room
- extensive relexa breakfast buffet
- 1 complimentary bottle of mineral water in your room
- Coffee & tea facilities in your room
- Free W-Lan and LAN
- 1x welcome card for the Museums Island per person: this ticket offers you the opportunity to discover the urban area of Berlin by public transport for 72 hours. You get free admission to the above museums (except special events) and receive discounts from about 50 partners in tourism.
- Use of our spa including fitness, Finnish sauna, steam bath and relaxation area
|Rooms||Max. occupancy||Your price|
|standard double room||2 adults||p. P. â‚¬ 149,90*
|standard double room, single use||1 adult||p. P. â‚¬ 219,00*
Important information for you
|Offering Period||the whole year|
|Days of arrival||Daily|
|Exclusion periods||Offer not available during trade fairs, on request and subject to availability. Prices include the services mentioned above and VAT. A reduction on individual nights is not possible; the pricing is based on a minimum stay of two nights. The price is an offer price and has to be paid in full.|
|Extra cost||All prices on the site are "from" prices which may vary by season.
Berlin's Museum Island is on the Northern part of the Spree island in the centre of Berlin. It is the historical gem of Berlin's museum selection and with its diversity of museums is a popular destination for tourists today and one of the most important museum complexes in the world. Since 1999 the Museum Island ist listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, because of its unique structure and culture.
The Berlin Museum Island offers variety, ranging from exhibitions on history, culture and technology as well as reflecting different art styles and even an exhibition on Currywurst, lipsticks or the punk band "Ramones". The core of the unique cultural landscape in the historic town centre is the Museum Island. It is listed since1999 as UNESCO world heritage site and therefore a must to visit when in Berlin.
Explore museums in Berlin
Five state museums that are part of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation are based in the Northern part of the Spree island. Cross the river Spree on the pedestrian Monbijou bridge, and you reach directly the entrance to the Bode Museum, which was built between 1897-1904 in a triangular, neo-baroque building. It houses a collection of Byzantine art, a coin collection and a collection of sculptures ranging from exhibits of the Middle Ages until the 18th century. To the South of this museum you can explore the famous Pergamon Museum. It houses original-sized, reconstructed monumental buildings such as the Pergamon Altar and the Market Gate of Miletus as well as the Palace facade from Mshatta. All this made this museum world famous. In addition the Museum of Islamic Art is integrated within this building. You can admire another globally unique piece of jewelry in the Egyptian department of the New Museum: The beautiful bust of Nefertiti. In the museum section of Prehistory and Early History, however, you can expect parts of the treasure of King Priam of Troy. Art lovers will aim especially to the Old National Gallery. There you can find masterpieces of the classical epochs until the modern age. Directly behind the Lustgarten is the oldest building of the ensemble, the Old Museum, designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel. Its centerpiece is the Greek antique collection.
Discover the five museums on the island: Old National Gallery, Old Museum, Bode Museum, New Museum and Pergamon Museum.
The right accommodation for you
Our relexa hotel Berlin in the centre of the capital is the ideal accommodation for exploring the Museum Island. Make use of our offer that not only includes two nights bed and breakfast, but also the Museum Island welcome cardwith free entry and 72-hour travel ticket within Berlin.
Please note: from 1. January 2014, the City of Berlin is collecting within its boundary a cultural subsidy â€“ the so called â€žCityTaxâ€œ amounting to 5% of the accommodation rate. According to the municipality tax regulations it is the obligation of the lodging industry to collect the tax and to pass it on to the City of Berlin. The tax must be paid by the traveller locally.