& Transport in Berlin
Transportation & Reach
Berlin is the major commercial and business hub of Germany. The city is one
of the most visited city of Germany. The city has a good transport network
that links the city to other parts of the world. The city has a well
developed public transportation system as well.
Berlin has three commercial airports:
Tegel International Airport (TXL)
is the largest airport of Berlin.
It is situated in north-western Berlin and is currently the main
international airport of the city handling around 15 million passengers per
Tempelhof International Airport (THF)
handles short distance and
Schönefeld International Airport (SXF)
low-cost-aviation and is situated just outside Berlin's south-eastern border
in the state of Brandenburg.
Berlin Railway Transportation:
There are two main lines U-bhan and S-bhan. Each part of the city is very
well connected by trains. It is one of the most important transport vehicles
for the Germans as well as the tourists.
Local Transportation of Berlin:
There are two types of tram services available in Berlin.
Metro Trams covers most of the city stopping at regular intervals. Line 68
is regarded as the most beloved tram line of Germany.
The easiest way to travel in the city of Berlin is by bus.
100, is the most famous bus service provider. It starts from the Zoo station
and covers almost all historic sights of Berlin. It's best to take a city
bus in Berlin, as most of the buses cover all the sightseeing of the city.
Hotels & Accommodation
Germany has a variety of Hotels to suit the needs of a range of visitors.
Berlin is one of the most visited city of Germany. The city has no shortage
of Hotels and accommodation. From deluxe hotels to pocket friendly budget
hotels, the city of Berlin has something for every visitor.
Recommended hotels for your stay in Berlin
|Hotels of Berlin