Hotel Transit

Hagelberger Strasse 53-54, Berlin, 10965, de
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Berlin airport SXF

by Amalker

1)Ryanair landed in Berlin on SXF airport. As i understand its - Schoenefeld.
Airport connected to railway station. But in bahn.de list, are many names, like- "Flughafen Schönefeld Terminal, Schönefeld", "Flughafen Berlin-Schönefeld Bahnhof, Schönefeld", "Berlin-Schönefeld Flughafen". Which one is proper? (for online booking).

2)From Berlin i plan to travel Biel(Switzerland). Flight arrive at 7.25, but i take a train ticket for 11:00 route, for possible flight delay. So, if my light arrived in time, could i buy in kasse ticket to Berlin, and spend couple of hours to see around, and than, catch my train in Berlin?

3)I plan buy online an electronic ticket(home-printed). On route Berlin-Biel i need to change train 3 times(minimum). Last connection Basel-Biel is managed by SBB. Do DeutcheBahn electronic ticket works on SBB regional train? Or could i get any problem with it?

Many thanks, friends!

Re: Berlin airport SXF

by Crazywoman

The easiest way to get from Schönefeldt airport to the city is by S-bahn (S9). This is a local train that leaves from right outside the terminals. There is no need to book the tickets in advance, it is possible to buy them in 2 different places in the airport terminal and in ticket machines on the way to the tracks.

You could check my Berlin Transportation tips for more information and links to a page where you can find timetables.

Re: Berlin airport SXF

by abalada

> 1)Ryanair landed in Berlin on SXF airport. As i understand its - Schoenefeld. Airport connected to railway station. But in bahn.de list, are many names, like- "Flughafen Schönefeld Terminal, Schönefeld", "Flughafen Berlin-Schönefeld Bahnhof, Schönefeld", "Berlin-Schönefeld Flughafen". Which one is proper? (for online booking).
It's a short walk from the terminal (Flughafen Schönefeld Terminal, Schönefeld) to the station (Flughafen Berlin-Schönefeld Bahnhof, Schönefeld). "Berlin-Schönefeld Flughafen" or just "SXF" includes both.


2)From Berlin i plan to travel Biel(Switzerland). Flight arrive at 7.25, but i take a train ticket for 11:00 route, for possible flight delay. So, if my light arrived in time, could i buy in kasse ticket to Berlin, and spend couple of hours to see around, and than, catch my train in Berlin?
You can buy tickets on spot. But I thought you want to buy an e-ticket.

You could also buy a local public transport day ticket for the zones Berlin ABC (EUR 6,50). And the train ticket from Berlin to Biel. With the day ticket you can e.g. use the double decker buses lines 100 and 200 connecting many sights in central Berlin.

3) Last connection Basel-Biel is managed by SBB. Do DeutcheBahn electronic ticket works on SBB regional train?
Yes. If you can buy an e-ticket for a trip you can use it for this trip. The only condition is that the e-ticket has to be verified (stamped) by a DB conductor before you reach Switzerland. But this will happen automatically.

Travel Tips for Berlin

EXBERLINER Berlin in English

by LeahRoisin

Everybody knows that Berlin is the place to be for nightlife, music, art and general good times but what help is that when you don't know your Kreuzberg from your Kartoffel. Locals recommened I should read Berlin listing magazines such as tip and zitty which I'm sure are great- but not if the only German phrase you know is 'Sprechen Sie Englisch?' So it was a stroke of luck when I spotted the monthly English-language magazine EXBERLINER in my local newsagent. EXBERLINER is a great magazine for any English-speaking visitor to Berlin. The articles are informative and the listings are varied and up to date, all that for only 2 euros-well you can't really go wrong! www.exberliner.com I'm still in Berlin so I'm not feeling sentimental yet, but i'm sure when i'm back in 'Old Blighty' I'll have my subscription of EXBERLINER sent over so i'm still in the know of whats happening in Europes best capital city.

Keep your eyes open ! Look around & you'll find it

by Pakistaniguy

Everything is possible in Berlin !!!

While i was standing on the edge of zebra crossing to cross the road i found this little piece of 'advertisment' on the pole about cheap accomodation, electronics, bicycle and other things :-)))) The person had made nice strip at the end of the add with his phone number :-) So keep your eyes open in Berlin ! Everything is possible !

Directions

by sabsi

Get yourself a street map and a subway map. Then you'll be fine!!! Without it Berlin can get a bit confusing (With my map, too, it still has the wall on is and all streets in the east have their old names... argh! Maybe it's time for a new one!?). If you are unlucky you will walk towards the end of the world ;-)

Oh and, after having smoked the funny stuff (No this is not my Amsterdam page!) you shouldn't go anywhere near remaining bits of wall. I heard of somebody who was 100% sure that they put up the wall again one night!!!!

Music in the church

by matcrazy1

This old, brick evangelic church was called Passions-Kirche. It was located within a very "trendy" area in district of Kreuzberg at the corner of Marheinekeplatz and Schleiermannstraße. It was quite interesting example of old, brick architecture.

As I noticed on advertisements inside the church there were a number of churches in Berlin which hosted organ concerts, musicals, choirs concerts including just Passions Kirche and other churches like Heilige Kreuz Kirche, St Thomas Kirche, Gethsemane Kirche in the Prenzlauer Berg district and St George's Anglican Church.

A dozen opportunities in just one spot

by tauroctonia about Kulturbrauerei

All in one! If you don't really know what to do and how to spend your weekend in Berlin (or even weekdays), just go to Kulturbrauerei in Prenzlauer Berg. There are many locations: clubs, bars, restaurants, cinema for parties, concerts etc. All kinds of music. Surely, you'll find something suitable.

Check out the cosy "Alte Kantine" on Fridays (rock music) or Saturdays (all times favorites).

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