Capri by Fraser Berlin
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    Capri by Fraser Berlin

    Scharrenstraße 22, 10178 Berlin, Germany
    Tel: +49 (0) 30 20 07 70 1888

    Capri By Fraser Berlin Germany
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    • Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity

      1. The closest tube station (U) is Spittelmarkt station, about a 4-minute walk.
      2. The river close to the hotel is called the Spree canal.
      3. The closest upmarket shopping area is at Stadtmitte Station, which is about 5-minutes away by taxi, or just one stop from Spittelmarkt station to Stadtmitte station.
      4. It takes about 8 minutes by car to reach Checkpoint Charlie.
      5. The closest supermarket and restaurant is Netto Filiale, about a 4-minute drive away.
      6. A car park is available at the building just opposite Capri by Fraser Berlin.
      7. A Shell petrol station is a 6-minute drive away.
      8. By car, Berlin Cosmopolitan international school is 11 minutes away.
      9. Berlin Congress Center GmbH (BCC) is only a 5-minute drive away.
      10. By car, it takes only 9 minutes to reach Pergamonmuseum and the other museums in the same area.
      11. It is about 8 minutes by car to both the US and Singapore embassies. Driving to the UK embassy takes about 7 minutes, while the French embassy is about 10 minutes away.
      12. Deutsche Bank can be reached in 6 minutes by car, while Commerzbank / Bank of Scotland can be reached in 9 minutes.
      13. Deutsche Post is about a 5-minute drive away.
    • About Berlin

      Berlin is both the capital of Germany and its largest city. Although documented in the 13th Century, some regard it as one of Europe’s newer cities, following rapid growth and industrialisation during the mid-nineteenth century. Much of the city was devastated during WWII, but some beautiful architecture is still preserved. In recent history, it has famously been segregated and reunified.

      Today, Berlin is a dynamic world city filled with culture and natural beauty. Many revere it for its commerce, sporting events and modern architecture. Entrepreneurs, students and tourists flock to the city and its many attractions, including a world-renowned orchestra, art scene and festivals. Forests, parks and waterways make up about one-third of the city, which enjoys a temperate seasonal climate and is home to approximately 3.7 million people.

    • Getting to Capri by Fraser Berlin, Germany

      By Train

      • From Tegel International Airport - Take U2 at Spittelmarkt & change to X9 Bus
      • From Schönefeld International Airport – Deutsche Bahn RE7 express train to Alexanderplatz

      By Taxi

      • From Tegel International Airport – Estimated 30 minutes
      • From Schönefeld International Airport – estimated 35 minutes
    • Essential Facts of Berlin

      • Location: Germany
      • Area: 357,374 sq km
      • Local time: GMT + 1 hour
      • Currency: The Euro (€) is the official currency of Germany, which is divided into 100 cents.
      • Gratuity & Tipping
      • Prices include Service and Tax. Many Germans round up the bill to cover gratuity.
      • In more expensive restaurants 10% tip is customary.
      • Some restaurants add “service is not included” to their menus and bills so tipping is at the discretion of the customer.
      • Culture:
      • Language: German is the official language. Many places have signs in English. Staff & locals speak some English generally.
      • Berlin has a temperate continental climate. Summers are warm and humid with average high temperatures of 22–25 °C (72–77 °F) and lows of 12–14 °C (54–57 °F). June-August have nice weather with a good average temperature. On average, the warmest month is July. On average, the coolest month is January. June is the wettest month. October is the driest month.
      •  Health: No vaccinations are required for travel to Germany.
      • Visa: Valid passport is required for all travelers to Germany. EU country citizens do not need a visa. Non-EU citizens wishing to remain in Germany longer than 90 days will require a visa which must be obtained in advance from Germany consulates. Visitors should check with the local German consulate for visa requirements or visit
      • Prohibited Imports: No drugs, no weapons, nor meat from any non-EU country. The amount of cigarettes and alcohol is restricted in or out of the country.
      • Sunday: The general day of worship and a public holiday.
      • Weekend: Government, schools and commercial Saturday and Sunday.
      • Electricity: The electrical system is based on 220/230 V 50 Hz. Plugs are the standard continental type with 2 round pins are used.
      • Credit Cards: Visa & MasterCard are generally accepted and sometimes American Express & Diners Club. Some cafés and restaurants require a minimum purchase to use a credit card. ATM machines are widely available. Cash is still widely used.
      • Business Hours
        • Offices in Berlin are generally open 9am-6pm (1hour lunch).
        •   Banks – times vary according to the branch
          • From 9am to 4pm – Monday, Wednesday, Friday
          • From 9am to 6pm – Tuesday & Thursday
        •  Shops
          • Smaller shops open Monday to Friday 930 to 10am – 8pm.
          • Saturdays shops usually close at 4 or 5pm. Shops are closed on Sundays.
      • Restaurants:
        • Generally cafés open at 10am & restaurants open at 12noon. Restaurants usually close between 3 and 6pm. There are a lot of places that are open until late, sometimes 2 or 3am.


    Capri by Fraser Berlin
    Scharrenstraße 22
    10178 Berlin
    Tel: +49 (0)30 20 07 70 1888
    Fax: +49 (0)30 20 07 70 1999


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