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2 Ways to See Berlin

Taxis are a great way to blow your budget: instead, take the U-Bahn rapid transit system to hop around the sprawling city.

Photo: Christian Kerber

Cost Breakdown

Lunch at Facil Restaurant

  • Two glasses of Riesling Sekt: $25* (€18)
  • Bottle of sparkling water: $11 (€8)
  • Bottle of white wine: $67 (€48)
  • Bottle of red wine: $187 (€130)
  • Eight-course tasting menu for two: $389 (€280)

Total (with tip added in): $750 (€550)

3 Days in Berlin

  • Lunch at Manufaktum Brot & Butter: $21 (€16)
  • Two orders of currywurst mit pomme frites, a bulleten curry, and a Beck’s beer at Curry 36: $10 (€7)
  • Two Berlin Welcome Cards: $62 (€44)
  • Two-course lunch at the Michelin two-starred Fischers Fritz: ($77) + two-course dinner + drinks + club entrance at Cookies Cream: ($110) + one package of fake cigarettes ($1.40) $188 (€131)
  • Three nights at Hotel Michelberger ($229) + drinks and snacks ($35) + dinner at Frarosa ($55) + souvenirs ($10) + admission for two to Jewish Museum and KW Art Museum ($36): $365 (€266)

Total: $646 (€464)

* All prices have been converted from euros.

Adam Sachs is a T+L contributing editor.

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