Berlin

June 1, 2018

TRANSPORTATION
Situated more or less in the center of northern Europe, Berlin is easily reached by plane, train, automobile.
Currently 3 airports service Metropolitan Berlin: Schönefeld, Tegel and Tempelhof Airports

http://www.berlin-airport.de/PubEnglish/PubSchoenefeld/index.php
Berlin-Schönefeld Airport is used for flights to the Mediterranean and the Caribbean, but soon the entire air traffic for the Berlin-Brandenburg region will be concentrated at this airport in the southeastern Berlin. Schönefeld will be expanded to become the Berlin Brandenburg International Airport; the downtown airports at Tegel and Tempelhof will then be closed.
Public Transport
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Berlin's three airports are easily accessible by train or bus.
Schönefeld Airport: Zoo station by the Airport Express train or by bus, the 171 to Rudow U-Bahn station with connections to city center.
Tegel Airport: Mitte (east) district by the JetExpressBus TXL and the CityWest district by bus X9 or 109.
Tempelhof Airport: Platz der Luftbrücke by U6 and by bus, the 119.
http://www.berlin-airport.de/PubEnglish/PubSchoenefeld/PubWegweiserSXF/PubBusBahnSXF/index.html
Taxi, a trip to and from the center of Berlin costs approximately 20-30 euros and takes 30-50minutes, depending on traffic conditions and destination and airport.

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