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About Berlin

Berlin is the capital and largest city of Germany, noteworthy for its parks, museums, and historical sites. A wall divided the city into East and West Berlin for 29 years from 1961 to 1990. The wall was torn down, and the city became one again when Germany reunified. Pieces of the wall and related souvenirs are still sold where the wall used to stand.

Berlin has a cold climate. Temperatures in winter are usually below freezing. Summer, spring and fall may be preferred for a visit.. Places to visit include the Museum Island, Holocaust Memorial, Breitscheidplatz, the Reichstag (seat of the Parliament), Tiergarten, Brandenburg Gate, and Charlottenburg Palace. Berlin is one of Europe’s greenest cities. A great number of opera performances and concerts take place in this city. In addition, the Berlin International Film Festival and the Berlin Music Festival are two of the important art events in the city. Those who want to do some shopping will enjoy a variety of choices in Berlin, and might also go to Europa-Center, the tallest building in the city.

The flight between Berlin and Istanbul takes about 3 hours. The airports of the city are Tegel and Schoenefeld airport. There are trains, buses and subway services from the airports to the city center. The most popular residential areas in Berlin are Mitte, Kreuzberg, and Tiergarten.

Transportation to Berlin City Center from Airport

Berlin Brandenburg Airport, which is planned to be put into service on October 31, 2020, has three terminals. The terminals 1 and 2 are centrally located between both runways, while the Terminal 5 is situated at the north end of the airport. T1 and T2 are directly adjacent to each other, and it is possible to walk to T5 from these two terminals.

From all terminals, you can easily reach every region of Berlin at any time by private car, bus, car-sharing, car rental or public transportation.

Regional and S-Bahn Trains

BER Airport is connected to the railway and highway network from many points. Airport Express and regional trains carry passengers to Berlin Central Station from the station at Terminal 1 four times per hour.

You can reach Berlin Hauptbahnhof from the airport by using the airport express and regional trains that depart four times per hour. This transportation lasts about 30 minutes. In addition, the train lines S9 and S45 S-Bahn provide transportation service to the city center from the airport every 20 minutes.

Regional Train Routes

FEX (every 30 minutes): BER T1-2, Ostkreuz-Gesundbrunnen- Hauptbahnhof

RE7 (every hour): BER T1-2 Wünsdorf-Waldstadt-Berlin city center- Bad Belzig-Dessau

RB14 (every hour): BER T1-2, Berlin city center-Nauen

RB22 (every hour): Königs Wusterhausen-BER T1-2, Potsdam-Golm

S-Bahn Train Routes

S9 (every 20 minutes): BER T1-2, BER T5-Berlin city center-Spandau

S45 (every 20 minutes): BER T1-2, BER T5-Südkreuz

Express Buses

The bus routes X7 and X71 provide transportation between Rudow Metro Station and both terminals. Traveling to Terminal 1 with these buses takes about 18 minutes. In addition, BER1 (Steglitz City Hall-BER T1/2) and BER2 (Potsdam Central Station-BER T1/2 & T5) express buses carry passengers from Berlin Brandenburg Airport to the city center several times a day.

Express Bus Routes

X7 (every 5 minutes): BER T1-2, BER T5-U Rudow

X71 (every 20 minutes): BER T1-2, BER T5-U Rudow-Johannisthaler Chaussee-U Alt-Mariendorf

BER1 (additional charge), Route: BER T1-Steglitz Town hall (Travel time is around 45-50 minutes, and you can buy your ticket from the driver on the bus.)

BER2 (additional charge), Route: BER T1-BER T5-Potsdam Central Station (15 times a day. Travel time is about 55 minutes, and you can buy your ticket from the driver on the bus.)

Bus Routes

163 (every 20 minutes), Route: BER T5-S Grünau-S Adlershof-S Schöneweid

164 (every 20 minutes), Route: BER T5-S Adlershof-S Köpenick

171 (every 20 minutes), Route: BER T5-U Rudow-U Grenzallee-S + U Neukölln-S Sonnenallee-U Hermannplatz

Transportation by Private Car

If you are traveling by a private car, you can easily get to the BER terminals via the highways A113 and B96a. The direct route to Terminals 1 and 2 passes through the highway A113 using the "Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg" exit.

To reach Terminal 5, continue along the highway A113 towards the Schönefeld-Süd junction or take the highway B96a that passes by the terminal.

There are five modern car parking lots and two ground-level parking spaces at Terminals 1 and 2. All parking lots are equipped with special stairs and elevators to enable a comfortable transportation for the disabled. You can find luggage trolleys in all parking spaces and on every floor of the parking lots. Monitors containing information about the current departures and arrivals are also provided in the parking lots. Video-controlled and private security parking spaces are also found in the parking lot P1.

In Terminal 5, you can find three-storey parking spaces and a modern parking lot. The parking lot is equipped with parking and color-coded guidance system, elevators and a luggage car station. 38 extra-large parking spaces are also provided (XXL).

Car Sharing and Rental

You can also benefit from car sharing and rental services for traveling from the terminal to the city center. Car2Go/Drive Now, Miles and Sixt companies offer service with their vehicles at the airport. The parking spaces of the vehicles are located in the parking lot P56 at Terminal 5. At Terminals 1 and 2, you can find the vehicles in the parking lot P4.

Taxi

Passengers arriving at Terminals 1 and 2 can use the north and south taxi rows in front of T1 at the E0 level. At Terminal 5, you can find taxi stands in front of the terminal area L.

You can contact an employee of the airport service provider APCOA for a taxi suitable for passengers and disabled people who need a private taxi or a car with a child seat or larger capacity.

Last Updated: 27 Oct 2020

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