Berlin hotspot

Cluster of at least 4 WHS within reach for a return day trip from a center.

The center is: Berlin
Neighboring Hotspot: Saxony Anhalt (Weimar)

Connected Sites

Site Rationale Link
Bauhaus Sites ADGB Trade Union School near Bernau: "There are around 47 trains per day running between Berlin and Bernau (b Berlin), which usually take 28 minutes to complete the 14 miles (22 km) journey." (trainline)
Berlin Modernism Housing Estates In Berlin, all locations are reachable by U-Bahn
Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Wörlitz Dessau locations: "The average journey time by train between Berlin and Dessau Hbf is 1 hour and 38 minutes, with around 44 trains per day." (trainline)
Jewish-Medieval heritage of Erfurt Erfurt lies 1.5h by fast train from Berlin
Luther Memorials Wittenberg: "The average journey time by train between Berlin and Lutherstadt Wittenberg is 59 minutes, with around 31 trains per day." (Trainline)
Museumsinsel (Museum Island) In Berlin
Muskauer Park Bad Muskau: combi of train and bus, 3h11 according to Rome2Rio (162km by car)
Potsdam "It takes an average of 30m to travel from Berlin to Potsdam Hbf by train, over a distance of around 16 miles (26 km). There are normally 118 trains per day" (trainline)
Primeval Beech Forests Grumsin (103km): " From Berlin main station (Berlin Hauptbahnhof) you can take the regional train RE3 to Angermünde (55min), departing every hour. There from May to October you can catch the WelterbeBus to Altklünkendorf (20min) and at the information point start your walking tour right away."

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  • Tentative


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