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Berlin. How to get there by plane, train and car. Practical info and links


The city of the Bear.

A young and booming metropolis, the German capital is a city of incredible charm. It is the place where you can admire beautiful attractions; in which you will be overwhelmed by the extraordinary movida of its premises; events and events of international appeal.

Berlin, and its history. You can not remain impassive, walking along the remains of what is the most famous wall in the world. Charm, charm and much more await you to discover one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.




Since the end of 2020, Brandenburg airport has officially become operational, the only airport serving the German capital. The airport has supplanted Tegel and Schonefeld becoming, in fact, one of the busiest airports in the whole country


From the international airport, you can easily reach the center by car, taxi and the numerous public transport available. The train represents the most valid solution: comfortable, quick and rather cheap, happy to reach the central station HBF and the most important areas of the capital: Alexanderplatz, Zoologischer Garten

All information and connections are available on our official page dedicated to the international airport.


Berlin HBF

Berlin Hauptbahnhof is the Central Station of the German capital. The construction took place after the reunification of the 1990. It was inaugurated in the 2006, with its large glass arch that distinguishes its architecture. Another element that distinguishes it, is the fact of being built on several levels.

Today, Berlin Hauptbahnhof is an important railway junction in German and international connections. Important links pass right from this station, thanks to the numerous Intercity, Eurocity and InterCityExpress trains. Among the many routes, right from Berlin Hauptbanhof starts the famous Siberian, or Sibirjak, up to Novosibirsk. This is the longest railway route in the whole of the European Union, with its 5130 km; it crosses several nations and follows, in large part, the Trans-Siberian route.

For details and all connections with the main European destinations, consult the official website of the Deutsche Bahn.


Berlin is an important crossroads for the Major Capitals of Eastern Europe and some important European cities. Prague is just 350 kilometers, while Warsaw is less than 600. From Amsterdam, you have to travel about 650 kilometers to get there; further 100, instead, to get to Brussels. From France, Spain, and Italy, the distances become considerable.

The German motorway network is extremely efficient and, above all, does not provide tolls on almost the entire route. Remember, however, to respect the highway limits: the penalties are quite severe.

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