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AMBER ECONTEL Berlin-Charlottenburg
Sömmeringstraße 24-26, 10589 Berlin, Germany
Fon: +49 30 34681-0 Fax: +49 30 34681-063
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Jogging in Berlin

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Jogging in the green before breakfast, and that in the middle of Berlin. The unique location of the AMBER ECONTELS makes it possible. Directly from the hotel, through the green spaces of the Spree, over the Schlossbrücke into the Schlosspark Charlottenburg and back.

We have selected two routes for you. Depending on your desire to run, 3.6 km or even a whole 5.2 km:

Schloss Charlottenburg, Nähe ECONTEL HOTEL Berlin

Romantic Tour (3.6 km)

The “short lap” runs from the hotel door, through the adjacent green areas to the banks of the Spree, over the Castle Bridge to the north-western entrance to the Charlottenburg Castle Park.

In wonderfully peaceful surroundings you will pass by the impressive buildings and sights of the castle grounds, such as the Schinkel Pavilion,the Gothic angling lodge or the dreamy Belvedere tea house.

Princely Tour (5.2 km)

he “princely lap” also runs directly from the hotel door, through the adjacent green areas to the banks of the Spree and into the Charlottenburg Castle Park. After passing the tea house, you now turn right and head for the obelisks and through the forest, and up the Trümmerberg. Taking a wide arc over the Schleusen Bridge, along the banks of the lake to the dirt track bridge from the 18th century, on to the castle terraces and carp pond, until you reach the castle itself.

Pause to enjoy the view before returning back to the hotel. And there a substantial breakfast awaits. If you would prefer a more easy-going morning: the route is of course extremely well-suited for a lengthy morning walk.

We are here for you!

AMBER ECONTEL Berlin-Charlottenburg: Rezeption

AMBER ECONTEL Berlin-Charlottenburg
Sömmeringstraße 24-26, 10589 Berlin

Fon: +49 30 34681-0
Fax: +49 30 34681-063
E-Mail: berlin@econtel-hotels.de

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