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Berlin Hauptbahnhof is located near the Reichstag
All major sights can be reached by S-Bahn (kind of subway)
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How to book cheap train tickets to Berlin
Cheap train tickets to Berlin:
Tips for booking cheap train tickets:
- Book as early as possible - Sparpreis discount tickets are available 6 months in advance
- If possible try to avoid peak hours
- If possible try to avoid high season dates like Easter or Christmas
How to travel by train to Berlin
Due to it's central location in Europe, Berlin is easy to reach by train from the neighbouring countries.
Direct trains run from Poland (Warsaw), Czech Republic (Prague), Slovakia (Bratislava), Hungary (Budapest), Austria (Vienna), Switzerland (Zürich) and the Netherlands (Amsterdam) to the capital of Germany.
All trains arrive at the brand new Berlin Main Station (Berlin Hbf) in the middle of the city centre near the Reichstag and Branderburger Gate.
Domestic trains run from any large German city to Berlin. In many cases these are high speed ICE-trains which run with speeds up to 300 km/h.
Berlin by train
Travel to Berlin by train
Visit impressive monuments like the Branderburger Gate or the Reichstag. See the impressive history in this city at Checkpoint Charlie or the Holocaust Monument. Or enjoy the night time in the bustling neighbourhoods like Prenzlauer Berg.
Berlin Hbf - Info
Railway Station Berlin
Berlin Hbf is the main station of Berlin, located nearby the German parliament. Many sights can be reached by foot from the railway station or by the convenient S-bahn (kind of subway) that connects all major stations in Berlin. The station itself is a modern visual attraction and is built on terrain where the wall used to stand. Nearby the station are some new and fine hotels.
- Wifi: yes, free for 30 minutes
- Lockers: yes, 24h
- Restaurants: yes
- Parking: yes, paid
To the city centre
- Walking: Reichstag 5 minutes, Checkpoint Charlie 30 minutes
- Bike: no city bikes
- Subway: S Bahn to all major sights
- Bus: yes, to all sights, check Berlin.de
- Taxi: yes
Finding your platform:
- On each platform and in the departure hall there are screens on which the departing trains are listed.
Finding your carriage:
- If you have a reserved seat, you can find the right spot on the platform where the carriage stops, by looking at the board of train compositions that can be found on any platform.
Berlin Hbf - Hotels near the station
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Berlin Hbf - Rental Cars
Trains to the airport
From Berlin Schönefeld:
There are bus services and train services to Berlin city centre. Tickets can be bought at the ticketmachines on the airport or at the railway station. Average costs to get from the airport to the city centre are €3,20 for adults and €2,30 for children 6 to 14 years old.
S-Bahn Rail S9 - Tip! Quickest way
(7 days a week) departs every 10 minutes and operates between Airport Schönefeld and Pankow.
S-Bahn Rail S45
(7 days a week) departs every 10 minutes and operates between Airport Schönefeld and Südkreuz.
RE 7 - Tip! Quickest way
(7 days a week) departs twice every hour and takes up 30 minutes from the airport to the city centre. The train operates between Dessau Hbf - Airport Schönefeld - Wünsdorf Waldstadt.
RB 14 - Tip! Quickest way
(7 days a week) departs twice every hour and takes up 30 minutes from the airport to the city centre. The train operates between Nauen - Berlin Hbf - Airport Schönefeld.
(7 days a week) departs twice every hour and takes up 30 minutes from the airport to the city centre. The train operates between Berlin Friedrichstrasse - Airport Schönefeld - Königs Wusterhausen.
(7 days a week) Express bus service which operates between U Rudow - Airport Schönefeld.
163 (7 days a week) bus service which operates between S Schöneweide - Airport Schönefeld.
164 (7 days a week) bus service which operates between S Kaulsdorf - Airport Schönefeld.
171 (7 days a week) bus service which operates between U Hermannplatz - Airport Schönefeld.
From Berlin Tegel:
There a bus services from Berlin Tegel to Berlin city centre. Tickets can be bought in the airport terminal or at the ticketmachines. Average ticket price to get from Airport Tegel to Berlin city centre costs €2,70 for adult and €1,70 for children 6 to 14 years old.
TXL JetExpressBus - Tip! Quickest way
(7 days a week) bus service operates between S+U Alexanderplatz - Airport Tegel.
X9 JetExpressBus - Tip! Quickest way
(7 days a week) bus service operates between S+U Zoologischer Garten - Airport Tegel.
128 (7 days a week) bus service operates between U Osloer Strasse - Airport Tegel.
109 (7 days a week) bus service operates between S+U Zooligscher Garten - Airport Tegel.
Public Transport in Berlin
Public transport information: Berlin.de
Single journeys and Day- or Week Travelcards:
Single journey tickets are for sale at major stations in Berlin. Costs for one way tickets are AB €2,70 adults/€1,70 children 6 to 14 years, BC €3,-/€2,10 children 6 to 14 years, ABC €3,30 adults/€2,40 6 to 14 years.
If you are staying longer in Berlin you can buy the Berlin Welcome Pass which gives you unlimited traveldays and discount on major sights. The pass comes in 48, 72 hours and 4, 5, 6 days.
Berlin Welcome Card - Zone AB
Berlin Welcome Card included Potsdam - Zone ABC
Train Tickets in Germany, Deutsche Bahn
How to book cheap train tickets in Germany:
- Book as early as possibe
- Train tickets are available 6 months in advance
- Avoid trains in rush hour
- Travel very early in the morning or early in the afternoon
- Trains in Germany - Find & Book Train Tickets
- Deutsche Bahn is the name of the national railways of Germany
- "Sparpreis" is the name of the promo tickets of Deutsche Bahn
- ICE International is the high speed train of Deutsche Bahn
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