Winterfeldt Berlin Apartments

Pallasstrasse 10-11, Berlin, 10781, Germany
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Train from Shoenefeld to City Centre

by joodee

We arrive in Berlin at 2am on a Saturday mormung and need to get into the city. I haven't booked a hotel yet as i want to get one near a train station. Do the trains run all night and if so what trains hould we get. Also any ideas on where would be a good place tp stary, near a station?

Re: Train from Shoenefeld to City Centre

by Kakapo2

Public transport is running during the night. However, it is a bit tricky with Schönefeld Airport. Whether you take the train, S-Bahn or bus, you always have to walk 5 minutes from the terminal.

Info here:
http://www.bvg.de/index.php/de/3727/name/Flughafenanbindung.html

So it really makes sense to choose your accommodation wisely, so you do not have to change multiple times to get to a destination, as there are, of course, less connections in the middle of the night.

Probably best would be to take the JetExpressBus #7 (X 7) which would take you to the subway station (U-Bahn) Rudow. This takes no longer than 9 minutes. This leaves every 30 min at 9 minutes past (so: 2.09am, 2.39am, 3.09am, etc.).

From the U-Bahn you can travel anywhere on the U-Bahn system without too much hassle.

Or you take bus N 7, this also goes to U-Bahn stop Rudow, but then further to a major changing station named Südkreuz where you could get on other U- and S-Bahn lines. It is a major stop of a line that circles around Berlin.

http://www.fahrinfo-berlin.de/Fahrinfo/bin/traininfo.bin/dn/387381/160193/107852/75201/86?ld=0.1&seqnr=2&ident=kt.0294411.1268606999&date=15.03.10&station_evaId=9260024&station_type=dep&journeyStartIdx=0&journeyEndIdx=9&

From Südkreuz you would easily get to Potsdamer Platz. Or get off the bus at Mehringdamm, and from there to Mitte.

There are stops everywhere - but there will always be several changes involved if you want to get interesting locations that would somehow be central.

The general info site about public transport is:

http://www.bvg.de

Re: Train from Shoenefeld to City Centre

by abalada

BVG timetable
http://www.fahrinfo-berlin.de/Fahrinfo/bin/query.bin/en
From: SXF

> Do the trains run all night and if so what trains hould we get.
S-Bahn and U-Bahn trains run on a Saturday night. The direct regionals trains from Schönefeld airport to the city center don't run at this time of the night. Thus you'll have to change once or twice at least.

You can query the connections to the hotels you may eye by giving the address into the BVG timetable.
To: Berlin,

Single ticket is EUR 2,80. But you can buy also a day ticket (EUR 6,50) and use this later on Saturday again.

Travel Tips for Berlin

If you only do one thing . . .

by mrssheridan

Make sure you take the time to queue and go up to the roof of the Reichstag. The dome, designed by the British architect Lord Norman Foster, is a complex structure of steel and glass. It's accessible for the visitor free of charge by two ramps leading up from the roof terrace, offering an amazing panorama over the city of Berlin (open daily from 8 am until 12 pm). The dome houses the sophisticated ventilation and lighting systems for the assembly room. A funnel-shaped mirror system in its interior redirects the daylight into the assembly room 10 meters below. The redirection is accomplished by 30 rows of 12 mirrors each, resulting in 360 mirrors reflecting the sunlight. To avoid direct sunlight dazzling into the room, the mirrors facing the sun can be covered by a mobile sun-cover.

Get a cheap hair cut !

by Pakistaniguy

This is what i definitely recommend to all of you living in expensive places where cheap & good hair cutting costs a lot. In Zurich, to get a normal hair cut, it costs 45-50 CHF average. While in Berlin, i got one for 10 Euros which means 15 CHF !!! There are many shops around the town but the one where i went to was in the area called 'Wedding', if u exit from U-Bahn station Amrummerstrasse, its just there round the corner next to Turkish restuarant.

Home of the final of the FIFA WorldCup 2006

by Gerrem

The stadium is home to Hertha BSC, the Bundesliga soccer team of Berlin.

The refurbishment of the Olympic stadium in Berlin took four years to complete. After building work was completed, the stadium was re-opened with a huge party on July 31st 2004.After building work was completed, the stadium boasted a capacity of 74,500, all seats. During the refurbishment of that area, 80,000 sqm of earth were moved, 15,000 sqm of concrete were used as well as 1800 tons of steel.The highlight of the whole refurbishment of the Olympic stadium was the roof construction, which cost around 26 million Euros…11% of the total budget. The steel construction was covered by two huge membranes, each measuring 31,000 sqm. The upper membrane consists of 76 segments featuring 1158 glass blocks, each of which weighed 200 kg. The roof construction itself is supported by a total of 20 pillars.

History:

Berlin's Olympic Stadium, designed by architect Werner March, was built between 1934 and 1936 for the '36 Olympic Games. 42 million Reichmarks were spent on its construction, which was completed by several hundred different companies. The new stadium replaced the "German Stadium", designed by Werner March's father Otto March. The Olympic complex encompasses hockey, swimming, and equestrian stadiums, as well as a theatre and the oval-shaped Olympic Stadium. If the seats of the Olympic Stadium were to be placed in a row, its length would amount to around 42 kilometers. The symbolism is apparent - the classic marathon run is 42.195 km long. The oval form of the arena is interrupted by the 25-meter wide Marathon Gate, from which one could look out upon the Maifeld and its belltower.

During the Second World War the Olympic Stadium was not spared from allied bombing-raids. Despite substantial damage, a reconstruction was possible, thereby reconfirming the stadium's status as a symbol for the Olympic spirit, unbroken despite the storms of history.

When you are in Berlin, you...

by Kozzmozz

When you are in Berlin, you can´t miss a performance of the Deutsche Staatsoper. Ballets, theatre and concerts are given in this beautiful building, build in the late 1700´s. Tickets are expensive, but worthwhile !

great location, great ambience

by chancay about Club der Visionäre

Our great entertainers Dimitri & Karin took us to this nice little club...called it a "secret tip" and it maybe still is a bit, although there were enough people there. Very nice place in summer to have a drink (or 2) and relax, chill out, dance a bit to mostly house / trip hop style. none

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