Berlin City Resources
Find out all you need to know about Berlin museums, getting around the city, airport directions, and how to make the most of your stay!
How do I get to Berlin from the airport?
Berlin’s airport (BER) is located in the southeastern part of the city, and is approximately 45 minutes by car from the city center (Mitte). There are multiple ways to get into Berlin from the airport.
- If you are arriving at Terminals 1 and 2 use the north and south taxi stands in front of T1 on Level E0. Simply follow the signs posted between the terminals. Rates vary, but it costs approximately €50. All taxi drivers are required by law to accept card payments and supply transportation receipts.
- There are multiple express and standard buses that can bring you directly to the airport from different locations in Berlin. However, due to traffic and construction, we do not recommend using the bus services.
- The easiest and fastest way to get to Berlin is on the Airport Express (FEX) train. The train station is in the airport directly below terminal 1. The train departs every 30 minutes and it takes approximately 30 minutes to reach the Berlin Central Train Station (Hauptbahnhof). From there you can travel to any area easily via the s-bahn train
For further information about getting to and from the airport, please visit the BER website here.
Check out the best Berlin museums and monuments via Attractions!
Download a free bike lane and cycle path map of Berlin!
Click below to download your own map of Berlin cycle lanes! Berlin is a great city for bikes, and this map will help you plan out your own itinerary should you wish to go it alone.
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Panoramastraße 1a, 10178 Berlin, Germany
Our tour office is equipped with clean bathrooms, free wifi, and friendly staff eager to help you experience the best that Berlin has to offer! Now we know your vacation time is precious, so please call ahead to make sure we are open before stopping by.
We are open daily from April to November and reduced days in the cooler seasons.
In individual months our opening hours may vary. Please see our Contact Page for the latest updates.
The closest subway station is Alexanderplatz (lines U2, U5, U8) which is a 3 minute walk away.