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The public transportation in Berlin operates in three fare zones and tickets are available on all transportation modes (S-Bahn, U-Bahn, bus, ferry and tram). Zone A and B cover the city limits, while zone C includes Berlin's suburb area.
Berlin is served by four railway stations: Berlin Hauptbahnhof (main station), Berlin Gesundbrunnen, Berlin Südkreuz and Berlin Ostbahnhof. Passengers travel on high-speed ICE trains from Berlin to Potsdam, Kleinmachnow, Hennigsdorf, Rheinsberg, Leipzig, Magdeburg, Dresden, Hamburg, Munich, Rostock and other major cities in Germany. Long distance trains serve international destinations like Prague, Szczecin, Zurich and Vienna.
Long distance buses, operated by Flixbus, Eurolines and Polskibus, terminate at the Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof. Even though the station is under reconstruction, only a few services are temporarily unavailable. The bus station is 10 km away from the city, however, connections to underground services are available.
Berlin is served by two airports: Tegel International(TXL) and Schoenefeld (SXF).
Tegel International handles domestic and international flights to more than 160 destinations. It is located within the city limits, only 8 km from the Berlin city centre. The travel time from Tegel International to Alexanderplatz is 25 minutes.
Buses are the only form of public transportation from Berlin Tegel International to the city. BVG serves 4 bus lines: TLX express bus, X9 express bus, bus 109 and bus 128. The buses run on a frequent timetable every 10 minutes during the day and every 20 minutes during the night.
Airport taxis can be found at the designated ranks in front of the building. They charge standard fares per km. A surcharge may apply for large luggage and transfers for more than 4 people.
Fixed and all inclusive-rates for a private Tegel airport transfer can be booked online. We offer luxury vehicles available for single or group travels from Tegel International to your accommodation in Berlin. The taxi fare for a transfer from Tegel International to Berlin city centre is around 41 EUR for up to 3 passengers.
Ryanair, EasyJet and other low-cost companies offer flights from and to Schoenefeld Airport (SXF). Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) will replace Tegel International once the construction is finished.
Regional trains (RE7, RB14) depart from the Schonefeld Airport on every 30 minutes and stop at major stations in the city. The service is limited from 23:30 until 05:00. S-Bahn (S9 and S45) run on every 20 minutes to Berlin city. You will have to change trains in order to reach Berlin city centre. Shuttle bus (X7) operates between Schoenefeld and the underground station Rudow, from where you can catch another metro line in order to reach Berlin city centre.
Schonefeld airport taxi service operates on standard fare per km. Private Schoenefeld airport transfer can be booked online. The cost for a private airport transfer from Schonefeld Airport to Berlin city centre is starting from 52 EUR for a sedan car.
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