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Whether you see the sights of Berlin by coach, steamer, bicycle or on foot – you’ll pass a lot of famous buildings and memorials. We’ll tell you which ones you really can’t afford to miss!
Berlin City Tour

The best way to explore Berlin! A fascinating tour at your own pace in our stunning double-decker buses. We offer 3 tours (2x bus & 1x boat) in up to 9 languages. Hop on and off at all the places you'd love to visit with our ticket.

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DDR Museum

The DDR Museum is Berlin’s interactive museum. You’re taken on a journey into the socialist past, taking a seat in a Trabi, dancing the Lipsi, or rummaging around in an authentic apartment - a hands on experience of history!

​Address: Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 1, Berlin​Phone: +49 30 847 123 731​Website:
LOXX am Alex – Miniatur Welten Berlin

Over 1,5 Mio visitors have seen Miniatur Welten so far! A huge Airport, where airplanes are taking off and landing is one of the attractions. You can also marvel at the City of Berlin by night with over 120 000 little lights. Many original buildings and stations such as: TV-Tower, Rotes Rathaus (Red City Hall), Grosser Stern (Berlin Victory Column), Belevue Palace, Parlament and the Government with its numerous buildings, Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate at Pariser PLatz. Compare the models with the original. We are not afraid of comparison!

​Address: Grunerstraße 20​Website:​Opening hours: Open 365 days a year – 10 am – 8 pm, also on Saturdays and Sundays.​More info: In the Shopping-Center ALEXA
Where Pac-Man lives

The world's first computer games museum opened in 1997 in Berlin. Since January 2011, the museum presents its new permanent exhibition in Berlin's trendy Friedrichshain district. A fascinating exhibition has transformed the historic interior of the former East Berlin cult cafe Warsaw in a pixelated game landscape. The Computer Game Museum is situated right in the middle of the biggest European cultural monument - the Karl-Marx-Allee. Here is everything full of history and invites you to explore architecture, art and everyday life.

​Address: Computerspielemuseum, Karl-Marx-Allee 93a, Berlin​Phone: +49 30 6098 8577​Website:
Alexanderplatz und Fernsehturm (Alexanderplatz and Television Tower)

Once the heart of the former East Berlin, Alexanderplatz is today the largest inner-city square in Germany and has developed into a popular shopping attraction. The view from the Television Tower, its height of 368 metres (1,207 ft) making it the tallest tower in Germany, is absolutely fantastic. A perfect 360° all-round view is provided by the revolving restaurant, which rotates at a rate of twice an hour.

​Address: Panoramastraße 1A 10178 Berlin Mitte​Phone: 49 30 24 75 75 37​Website: ​Opening hours: Mar-Oct daily 9.00am to midnight, Nov-Febr daily 10.00am to midnight​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: S U AlexanderplatzTickets: 12,50€, reduced 8,00€
Brandenburger Tor

It’s Berlin’s most famous landmark and became the symbol of overcoming the division of Germany once the Berlin Wall came down. From an architectural perspective, the sandstone structure, built by Carl Gotthard Langhans, is one of the most magnificent examples of German classicism. Nowadays the Gate serves as a backdrop for festivals, big sporting events or New Year’s Eve parties.

​Address: Pariser Platz 10117 Berlin-Mitte​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: U Brandenburger Tor
Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas (Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe)

Not far from the Brandenburg Gate is located the Memorial for Europe’s Murdered Jews, a site of stelae (concrete slabs) arranged in a grid pattern on a sloping field accessible from all sides. It serves as a central place of remembrance and admonition and is supplemented by an underground information centre, containing the names of all known victims and details on the places of horror. There is no charge for admittance.

​Address: Cora-Berliner-Straße1 10117 Berlin-Tiergarten​Phone: 49 30 26 39 43 36​Website: ​Opening hours: Field of stelae open at all times​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: S U Potsdamer Platz, Brandenburger TorTickets: free admission
East Side Gallery

An East German Trabant car, which appears to be breaking through the concrete. Honecker and Breschnew locked in a kiss of brotherly, socialistic love. With the East Side Gallery, a segment of the Berlin Wall has been turned into the longest open air gallery in the world. The Kunstmeile, or art mile in English, is located along the banks of the river Spree in Friedrichshain is 1316 metre long is also the longest segment of the Berlin Wall that is still standing. Right after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the East Side Gallery was painted by 118 artists from 21 dif-ferent countries. Using various artistic means, the artists commented on the political events that took place in 1989 and 1990 in over 100 works of art found on the eastern side of the wall.

​Address: Mühlenstraße1 10243 Berlin Friedrichshain​Phone: 49 30 25 17 159​Website:​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: S Ostbahnhof, Warschauer Straße

Many Berliners believe that the Gendarmenmarkt is the most beautiful place in Germany and indeed in all of Europe. Well, however that might be, it really is a must-see for all visitors to Berlin. This is the case because the Gendarmenmarkt is a beautiful example of an architectural ensemble full of harmony and it includes both the French and the German cathedral as well as the Concert House.

​Address: Gendarmenmarkt 10117 Berlin Mitte​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: U Stadtmitte, Französische Straße
Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-Kirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church)

The protestant Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is a memorial to peace and reconciliation. And it also stands for the will of the Berliners to rebuild their city during the period after the war. This is seen by the fact that the church not only consists of the ruins of the church which was destroyed during World War II but it also includes contemporary church architecture. It is thus a living contrast between modernism and history.

​Address: Breitscheidplatz 10789 Berlin Charlottenburg​Phone: 49 30 21 85 023 ​Website: ​Opening hours: daily 9.00am-7.00pm​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: S U Zoologischer Garten, U Kurfürstendamm
Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer (Berlin Wall Memorial)

The Berlin Wall Memorial is a reminder for the division of Germany and imparts an oppressive impression of the Wall and the times of the division. Located directly at the former border strip in the Bernauer Strasse is a piece of the Berlin Wall with border strip and watchtower. Newly opened in 2009, the Visitor Centre is the first starting point for visitors, and offers information and orientation help on the extensive grounds. The viewable exhibit in the Documentation Centre shows the 1961 history of the Wall’s construction and the circumstances of the divided city. From the tower, one has an impressive view of the preserved parts of the border facility and the memorial in memory of the division of the city and the victims of communist tyranny.

​Address: Bernauer Straße 111 13355 Berlin Mitte​Phone: 49 30 46 79 86 666​Website: ​Opening hours: Apr-Oct 9.30am-7.00pm, Nov-Mar 9.30am-6.00pm, open fromTue-Sun​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: U Bernauer Straße, S Nordbahnhof Tickets: free admission, guided tours 3 € per person, school children free
Jüdisches Museum Berlin (Jewish Museum Berlin)

The Jewish Museum Berlin is housed in the impressive new museum building designed by Daniel Libeskind.The zinc-coated zig-zag building is one of Berlin’s major landmarks. The permanent exhibition traces the high and low points of German-Jewish history from the end of the Roman Age to the present day.

​Address: Lindenstraße 9-14 10969 Berlin Kreuzberg​Phone: 49 30 25 99 33 00​Website:​Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10.00am-8.00pm, Mon 10.00am-10.00pm​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: U Hallesches Tor, KochstraßeTickets: 7€, reduced 3,50€, under 6 free

After Museum Island, the Kulturforum is the second centre of art in Berlin: this is the home not only of the Neue Nationalgalerie (New National Gallery), the Gemäldegalerie (Picture Gallery), the Kunstgewerbemuseum (Museum of Applied Arts) and other museums but also the Philarmonie (Philharmonic Hall) and the Staatsbibliothek (National Library). The Kulturforum is - beside the Museum Island - the most important centre for arts in Berlin. Many well-known and unique institutions are located here, including the New National Gallery, designed by architect Mies van der Rohe, and the Philharmonie and Chamber Music Hall as well as the Neue Staatsbibliothek (Berlin State Library) and, last but not least, the Gemäldegalerie, which has one of the most important collections of old masters worldwide.

​Address: Matthäikirchplatz 4-6 10785 Berlin Tiergarten ​Phone: 49 30 26 62 951 ​Website: ​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: S U Potsdamer Platz
Museumsinsel Berlin (Museum Island Berlin)

The five historical museum buildings on Museum Island have been part of UNESCO world heritage since 1999 and represent a collection that's unique in the world. The magnificent museum buildings on the island in the River Spree were each designed by famous architects of their time. Museum Island is home to collections in the Altes Museum (Old Museum), the Alte Nationalgalerie (Old National Gallery), the Bode Museum, and the Neues Museum (New Museum), as well as the Pergamon Museum. The exhibitions range from prehistory, to ancient times, to19th century art. More than three million people come to Museum Island every year.

​Address: Am Lustgarten 1 10117 Berlin​Website: ​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: S U Friedrichstraße, S Hackescher MarktTickets: Museum Island area map18.00€, reduced 9.00€
Mauermuseum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie

Checkpoint Charlie, the most famous of the inner-German border crossing points and a name known the world over, was where Allied border guards registered members of the American, English and French Armed Forces (and their families) before they visited East Berlin. Right next to it is situated today the “Wall Museum - Museum House at Checkpoint Charlie”. The museum shows an almost incomprehensible number of original means and tools that people used in their escape out of the "DDR": from the hot-air balloon to the Trebant up to the chairlift.

​Address: Friedrichstraße 43-45 10969 Berlin Kreuzberg ​Phone: 49 30 25 37 25 0​Website:​Opening hours: daily 9.00pm-10.00pm ​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: U Kochstraße Tickets: 12.50€, students 9.50€, children under 6 free, groups 8,50€ per person
Nikolaiviertel (Nikolai Quarter)

The Nikolaiviertel is the place to experience the old Berlin, being the oldest residential area in the city. Containing the Nikolai Church from the 13th century, the typically medieval streets and numerous restaurants, this is one of the most popular tourist attractions for visitors to Berlin. The main attractions, in addition to the St. Nicholas church, include the Ephraim Palace, a masterpiece of palace architecture of the 18th century Berlin. Equally beautiful is the Baroque style Knoblauch house built in 1760, which offers insight into world of the upper middle class world through its rooms and valuable furniture.

​Address: Nikolaikirchplatz 10178 Berlin Mitte ​Website:​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: S U Alexanderplatz, U Klosterstraße
Potsdamer Platz

In view of the colourfully spotlighted pavilion roof of the Sony Center and the many high-rise buildings around it, it’s difficult to imagine that Potsdamer Platz for a long time laid in the death strip of the Berlin Wall and was nothing but a desolate wasteland. In 1993, construction began on the DaimlerChrysler headquarters based on a master plan drawn up by the architects Renzo Piano and Christoph Kohl Becker. At the biggest construction site in Europe, a new urban centre arose from scratch in a period of just five years. Helmut Jahn's Sony Center was completed in 2000 and has a futuristic aesthetic in contrast to the DaimlerChrysler headquarters. In early 2004, the elegant Beisheim Center opened at Lenné-Dreieck .

​Address: Potsdamer Platz 10785 Berlin Tiergarten​Website: ​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: S U Potsdamer Platz

The Reichstag is the seat of the German Parliament. Between 1994 and 1999, the Reichstag was redesigned and expanded by the British architect Sir Norman Foster as a modern Parliament building while retaining its extensive, historical dimensions. From the accessible glass cupola you get a fabulous view of the city and German politics. Although it doesn’t cost anything to visit the cupola and roof terrace, registering the visit beforehand is absolutely essential due to the enormous interest.

​Address: Platz der Republik 1 11011 BerlinTiergarten​Phone: 49 30 22 73 21 52​Website:​Opening hours: 8.00am to midnight​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: U Bundestag
Schloss Charlottenburg (Charlottenburg Palace)

The Charlottenburg Palace dome is one of Berlin's famous landmarks. The palace dates from 1695 and was built as a summer residence for Sophie Charlotte, Electress of Brandenburg and as of 1701, the first Queen in Prussia. Frederick the Great had the New Wing added in 1740 - 42. The interior contains amongst others the famous Porcelain Collection. New Wing: closed due to renovations

​Address: Spandauer Damm 20-24 14059 Berlin Charlottenburg​Phone: 49 30 32 09 10​Website:​Opening hours: Apr-Oct, Tue-Sun 10.00am-6.00pm, Nov-Mar, Tue-Sun 10.00am-5pm​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: U Sophie-Charlotte-Platz, S Westend, JungfernheideTickets: 12€, reduced 8€
From a 3-course menu in a star-rated restaurant to boulettes or a doner kebab in the local snack bar – there’s something to suit everybody’s taste at good value for money in Berlin. There are just no limits to the culinary diversities: whether Australian or French cuisine, exotic Asian dishes or the Berliner currywurst, for gastronomic globetrotters there are international delicacies and regional specialities. Berlin’s regional cuisine is solid and tasty, and served in cosy traditional pubs. A particular speciality is breakfast, which many cafés offer all day long – ideal for night owls who like to lie in a bit longer in the morning. In summer, the city life moves outside: beach bars along the banks of the Spree with a view of the water are specially favoured. They are perfect places for enjoying a cocktail or sipping a Berliner Weisse (wheat beer) after a sightseeing tour. The popular summer drink, a beer speciality mixed with raspberry or Waldmeister (woodruff) syrup, is something you really shouldn’t miss out on!
Marooush • Restaurant Lounge Bar

Enjoy a "Royal-culinary journey along the Nile" in the restaurant with cocktails, Arabian pastries, tea specialties or a shisha in the lounge. The "Dinner & Dance" offer includes a belly dance show and deejay which brings the dream of 1001 Arabian nights to the weekends.

​Address: Knesebeckstraße 48 / Kurfürstendamm​Phone: +49 30 887 118 335​Website:
Hamlet • Restaurant Café Bar

The smart and casual "Hamlet" located in close proximity to the Kurfürstendamm, invites you to enjoy the "German-French kitchen with an oriental accent", delicious breakfast and a well-stocked bar. The charming staff makes the guests feel comfortable and at home.

​Address: Ludwigkirchstraße 6​Phone: +49 30 882 13 61​Website:
Ampelmann Restaurant

A well-lit and friendly restaurant located in the historic S-Bahn Arches with large terrace and beach bar directly on the Spree. Mediterranean & Italian cuisine – most of it home-made. Favourably priced lunch.

​Address: Stadtbahnbogen 159 / 160, Berlin-Mitte​Phone: +49 30 84 71 07 09​Website:
Brauhaus Südstern

Tavern brewery and restaurant with beer garden. Food from the menu or a buffet for groups. Book a guided tour with the master brewer – this includes tasting!. Occasional Live music.

​Address: Hasenheide 69, Berlin-Kreuzberg​Phone: +49 30 69 00 16 24​Website:
Duke Restaurant

There’s an uncomplicated and classy welcome awaiting you in the DUKE restaurant with Mediterranean and Asiatic flavoured dishes, selected wines and exquisite cocktails.

​Address: Nürnberger Straße 50-55, Berlin-Schöneberg​Phone: +49 30 683 15 40 00​Website:
"first floor" in the Hotel Palace Berlin

Gourmet restaurant centrally located. Star chef Matthias Diether, nominated as ´Berlin’s Master Chef 2011´, conjures up light, modern and European dishes based on French haute cuisine.

​Address: Budapester Straße 45, Berlin-Tiergarten​Phone: +49 30 25 02 10 20​Website:
"Sophieneck" restaurant and public house

Here they offer German and regional cuisine and have an extensive selection of beers and wines waiting for you.

​Address: Große Hamburger Straße 37, Berlin-Mitte​Phone: +49 30 283 40 65​Website:
Harrys New York Bar

Harry’s New York Bar – the undisputed king of the bars! Here every evening from Monday to Saturday live music, a selection of over 200 cocktails and an unforgettable atmosphere are awaiting you.

​Address: Lützowufer 15, Berlin-Tiergarten​Phone: +49 30 25 47 80​Website:
Berliner Republik

You can enjoy Berlin cuisine "just like home cooking" in the city centre pub until 6 in the morning. Unique: from 5pm the Broker's Bier Börse with 18 brands of German beer on tap.

​Address: Schiffbauerdamm 8​Phone: +49 30 30 87 22 93​Website:
Restaurant Knese Berlin Plaza Hotel

An insider tip! Enjoy Berlin specialities or traditional meals in an Old Berlin atmosphere - in summer you are also welcome to dine on our sun terrace.

​Address: Knesebeckstraße 63​Phone: +49 30 88 41 38 84​Website:
friedrichs 106

In the heart of Berlin, right on the river Spree, you can find a small piece of Vienna. This cafe and restaurant offers the finest strudel and cake creations, as well as traditional Austrian dishes and delicious breakfasts.

​Address: Friedrichstraße 106​Phone: +49 30 40 52 05 94​Website:
Hugos Restaurant

On the 14th floor of the Hotel InterContinental Berlin, the one of a kind panoramic view of Berlin is not the only thing that can be enjoyed. The modern Michelin-Star awarded delicatessens of the master chef Thomas Kammeier will also find admirers. While searching for the right wine, the guests can rely on the friendly and highly trained service personnel.

​Address: Budapester Straße 2, Berlin-Charlottenburg​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 26 02 12 63​Website:​Opening hours: Thusday - Saturday 18.30-22.30 p.m.
Listo Lounge

In the heart of Berlin's historical Gendarmenmarkt the Listo Lounge by Hilton offers hot snacks und cool drinks at any time of the day.

​Address: Mohrenstraße 30, Berlin-Mitte​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 20 23 02 46 1​Website:​Opening hours: daily 08.00 a. m. - 01.00 a. m.
Restaurant Mark Brandenburg

The restaurant Mark Brandenburg by Hilton Berlin Hotels offers modern variations of regional and international specialties - and a view of the historical Gendarmenmarkt.

​Address: Mohrenstraße 30, Berlin-Mitte​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 20 23 02 46 0​Website:​Opening hours: Monday - Friday 12.00-24.00 p.m.; Saturday - Sunday 18.00-24.00 p. m.
Apaka - indisches Restaurant

Experience the culinary diversity of India in the heart of Berlin. You can find two locations in Berlin (Mitte and Kreuzberg).

​Address: Kastanienallee 50 and Maybachufer 23​Phone: +49 30 44 01 04 94

Hearty, regional Berlin specialities in a venue with historical vault and charming traditional beer garden, in the city centre on the River Spree.

​Address: Albrechtstraße 14b​Phone: +49 30 282 85 48
Meena Kumari

Meena Kumari specialises in the cuisine of the Asian subcontinent. A relaxing atmosphere - and all dishes prepared fresh every day with choice ingredients.

​Address: Lychener Straße 9​Phone: +49 30 44 05 25 45​Website:
NOCTI VAGUS Dunkelrestaurant

Culinary delights and shows in total darkness! During your 4-cours meal enjoy live music, horror shows or a murder mystery dinner. A fantastic experience!

​Address: Saarbrücker Straße 36-38​Phone: +49 30 74 74 91 23​Website:
Restaurant Dressler

Classic French brasserie cuisine - breakfast, business lunches, and sophisticated evening meals.

​Address: Kurfürstendamm 206-208​Phone: +49 30 883 35 30​Website:
Ristorante - Maranello - Trattoria

The Maranello offers Cucina Italiana with stone baked pizza, homemade pasta, fish and meat dishes and outstanding wines from Tuscany and Sicily.

​Address: Fasanenstraße 65​Phone: +49 30 41 72 11 70​Website:

Eating in total darkness is an exciting and unique experience - and a truly unforgettable event! During the evening you will be looked after by our blind and partially sighted staff.

​Address: Gormannstraße 14​Phone: +49 30 24 34 25 00​Website:

The modern café lounge bar and restaurant is situated in the heart of Berlin with a view of the capital city's landmark. Experience unique dining culture!

​Address: Karl-Marx-Allee 35​Phone: +49 30 24 72 72 50​Website:
Asin Restaurant

Enjoy the dishes and cocktail offers in a friendly and modern ambiance with the mix of tradition and creativity that constantly emerges from Singapore.

​Address: Oderberger Straße 11​Phone: +49 30 44 03 06 11​Website:

A restaurant with a beer garden, mini-golf and play-ground, Wi-Fi, events, German, Mediterranean & seasonal dishes & beverages.

​Address: Carl-Herz-Ufer 34​Phone: +49 30 693 04 32​Website:

American 1950s style, with a tempting selection of great dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

​Address: Potsdamer Platz Arkaden and Im Ostbahnhof​Phone: +49 30 25 29 99 99 and +49 30 25 56 04 50
Restaurant Haus Berlin

Friendly venue on historical Berlin boulevard - and a green oasis in summer with a view of the TV Tower. German cuisine, Berlin specialities as well as several typical GDR dishes.

​Address: Strausberger Platz 1​Phone: +49 30 242 56 08​Website:
Xantener Eck

Das Xantener Eck, just a few steps from the Kurfürstendamm boulevard, is one of Berlin's oldest and most attractive traditional-style restaurants.

​Address: Xantener Straße 1​Phone: +49 30 883 90 14​Website:
Alto Bar - Adina Apartment Hotel Berlin Checkpoint Charlie

The selection of steaks, pasta and desserts at the Alto Restaurant has a slight Australian influence.

​Address: Krausenstraße 35-36​Phone: +49 30 200 767 0​Website:
Restaurant Atelier Maritim proArte Hotel Berlin

Experience fine dining with regional and international dishes, in the special atmosphere of an "Artist's Studio".

​Address: Friedrichstraße 151​Phone: +49 30 20 33 45 20​Website:
Restaurant Erimitage Hotel Zarenhof Prenzlauer Berg

As the motto says, "dine like the Tsar!" This restaurant offers Russian specialities and international cuisine.

​Address: Schönhauser Allee 140​Phone: +49 30 80 20 880​Website:
Restaurant Friesendeel Upstalsboom Hotel Friedrichshain

Indulge yourself with a wide range of Friesian feasts and international specialities.

​Address: Kopernikusstraße 36​Phone: +49 30 29 37 50​Website:
Grand Restaurant "M" Maritim Hotel Berlin

The Grand Restaurant "M" combines elegant ambiance and international cuisine with a Berlin accent.

​Address: Stauffenbergstraße 26​Phone: +49 30 20 65 10 90​Website:
Restaurant HEat Radisson Blu Hotel

The offer ranges from tandoori dishes to pizzas, to salads and typical German delicacies.

​Address: Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 3​Phone: +49 30 23 82 83 472​Website:
Restaurant Hof Zwei Mövenpick Hotel Berlin

At Hof Zwei, the focus is on Mediterranean, Swiss and regional cuisine local produce.

​Address: Schöneberger straße 3​Phone: +49 30 23 00 64 85​Website:
Restaurant & Bar Mercure Hotel Berlin Tempelhof Airport

Come to our restaurant and enjoy regional specialities and international cuisine.

​Address: Hermannstraße 214-216​Phone: +49 30 62 78 00​Website:
Restaurant "Movie" Holiday Inn Berlin-Mitte

Regional and international dishes await you, in a setting decorated with original props from the CCC film studios.

​Address: Hochstraße 2-3​Phone: +49 30 46 00 39 07​Website:
Wilson's - The Prime Rib Restaurant Crowne Plaza Berlin City Centre

Original American prime ribs and more traditional American cuisine served on the Kurfürstendamm.

​Address: Nürnberger Straße 65​Phone: +49 30 21 00 70 00​Website:
Kimchi Princess

This is a well visited Korean restaurant in the hip area of Kreuzberg. Take a seat at one of the big wooden tables and let the waiters spice up your dining experience when they fry the food in front of you.

​Address: Skalitzer Strasse 36 / Manteuffelstrasse,10999 Berlin - Kreuzberg​Phone: +49 163 4580203 ​Website:​Opening hours: daily from 6 pm till 11 pm
Restaurant Satt & Selig

Directly opposite St. Nicolas' Church in Spandau. The open kitchen offers specialities from different regions of the world, seasonal dishes and homemade cakes.

​Address: Carl-Schurz-Straße 47​Phone: +49 30 36 75 38 77​Website:​Opening hours: 09.00 till open end
SSP Deutschland - The Food Travel Experts Hauptbahnhof Berlin

Whether pizza & burger, fish, cookies or selected coffee specialities - in Berlin Central Station's Food Court, SSP has created a tempting mix of outlets including Burger King, Caffè, Ritazza, Currywurst Express, Gosch, Kamps, Backstube, Pizza Hut and Upper Crust.

​Address: Hauptbahnhof, Europaplatz 1​Website:
SSP Zoologischer Garten, Friedrichstraße, Alexanderplatz, Spandau

Sightseeing is hungry work - and SPP has created a great range of diverse food outlets for the BVG Service transport network at the following locations: Zoologischer Garten, Friedrichstraße, Alexanderplatz and Spandau.

Alto Bar - Adina Apartment Hotel Berlin Hackescher Markt

Enjoy delicious cocktails with large and small snacks from Berlin, Australia and around the world.

​Address: An der Spandauer Brücke 11​Phone: +49 30 20 96 980​Website:
DDR-Restaurant Domklause

The DDR-Restaurant Domklause in the centre of Berlin serves its guests known as well as forgotten dishes from a country that doesn’t exist anymore: history to savour!

​Address: Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 1, Berlin-Mitte​Phone: +49 30 84 71 23 737​Website:​More info: Direct on the Spree, opposite the Berliner Dom.
Spagos Restaurant, Bar & Lounge, Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz

Spagos offers a wide-ranging selection of lunches, a large kitchen buffet and Californian-Mediterranean dinners from the show kitchen, as well as a bar and lounge area with live entertainment from 9 pm.

​Address: Alexanderplatz 7, Berlin-Mitte​Phone: +49 30 23 89 42 49​Website:
The Westin Grand Berlin

Experience uncomplicated seasonal cuisine in the Relish Restaurant in the Westin Grand Berlin. Eating becomes a pleasure with fresh and mostly regional ingredients. Feed the body, nourish the soul!

​Address: Friedrichstraße 158-164, Berlin-Mitte​Phone: +49 30 202 70​Website:
The streets of the Berlin scene neighbourhoods are choc-a-bloc full with cafés. They have everything that you need for a good start to the day, from lactose-free latte macchiato to a hearty buffet. Whether self-service or attentive service, sitting comfortably in upholstered chairs or just squatting on a bar stool, there’s breakfast seven days a week and in some cafés even 24 hours a day – not for nothing is Berlin the city with the widest range of breakfasts. In the afternoons, what better than to take a break from sightseeing or shopping in one of the Berlin’s countless cafés. A quick cappuccino or home-made cake in a pleasant atmosphere is just the ticket for reading your newspaper in peace and quiet or leisurely observing people. Many coffee houses provide their guests with WLAN internet access and sockets for their laptop. When the sun starts shining, there’s a rush to move tables and chairs outside so that the guests can sit outside and enjoy the weather.
Berliner Kaffeerösterei

​Address: Uhlandstarße 173, Berlin-Charlottenburg​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 88 67 79 20​Website:​Opening hours: Monday - Friday 08.00-20.00; Saturday 09.00-20.00; Sunday 10.00-19.00
Romanisches Café

​Address: Hardenbergstraße 28, Berlin-Charlottenburg​Phone: + 49 30 81 40 00 0​Website:​Opening hours: daily 07.00-23.00
Alto Bar - Adina Apartment Hotel Berlin Checkpoint Charlie

​Address: An der Spandauer Brücke 11, Berlin-Mitte​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 20 96 98 0​Website:​Opening hours: daily 17.00 - open end
Schwarzes Café

​Address: Kantstraße 148, Berlin-Charlottenburg​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 31 38 03 8​Website:​Opening hours: 24/7

​Address: Simon-Dach-Strasse 1, Berlin-Friedrichshain​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 55 95 38 55​Website:​Opening hours: daily 09.00
Café und Restaurant Jolesch

​Address: Muskauer Straße 1, Berlin-Kreuzberg​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 61 11 16 5​Website:​Opening hours: daily 10.00-01.00
Altes Standesamt Cafe & Restaurant

​Address: Karl-Lade-Straße 79, Berlin-Lichtenberg​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 54 39 66 91​Website:
Café Restaurant Jelänger Jelieber

​Address: Kaskelstrasse 49, Berlin-Lichtenberg​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 55 57 60 67​Website: http://www.jelä​Opening hours: daily 17.00-01.00
Der Eisladen

​Address: Bausdorfstraße 65, Berlin-Hellersdorf​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 56 47 70 7​Website:​Opening hours: Summer: daily 10.00-20.00; Spring and Autumn: 10.00-19.00; Winter: 10.00-18.00
Galerie Café Bachmann

​Address: Siegmarstraße 66, Berlin-Marzahn​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 56 23 15 7​Website:​Opening hours: Wednesday - Friday 13.00-20.00; Saturday - Sunday 10.00-20.00

​Address: Auguststraße 63, Berlin-Mitte​Phone: +49 (0)15 12 42 37 87 9​Website:​Opening hours: daily 12.00 ( at least until 21.00 in Summer)
Café Ungeheuer

​Address: Emser Straße 23, Berlin-Neukölln​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 5 48 33 72 2​Website:​Opening hours: Monday 18.00-24.00; Thusday - Saturday 10.00-24.00; Sunday 10.00-18.00
Café Rix

​Address: Karl-Marx-Straße 141, Berlin-Neukölln​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 68 69 02 0​Website:​Opening hours: daily 10.00-01.00

​Address: Lettestraße 6, Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 44 55 45 8​Website:​Opening hours: daily 09.00
Eispatisserie Hokey Pokey

​Address: Stargarder Straße 73​Phone: + 49 (0) 17 68 01 03 08 0​Website:​Opening hours: daily 12.00-23.00
Café Krümel

​Address: Brunowstraße 56, Berlin-Tegel​Phone: + 49 (0) 15 77 43 01 06 8​Website:​Opening hours: Thusday - Friday. 09.30-18.00
Florida Eiscafé

​Address: Klosterstraße 15, Berlin-Spandau​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 33 15 66 6​Website:​Opening hours: daily 12.00-23.00
Mutter Fourage

​Address: Chausseestraße 15a, Berlin-Wannsee​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 79 27 68 5​Website:​Opening hours: daily May - September 09.00-19.00; October - April 10.00-18.00
Café Berio

​Address: Maaßenstraße 7, Berlin-Schöneberg​Phone: + 49 (09 21 61 94 6​Website:
Double Eye

​Address: Akazienstraße 22, Berlin-Schöneberg​Phone: + 49 (0) 17 94 56 69 60​Website:​Opening hours: Monday - Friday 09:31 - 18:29; Saturday 10:05 - 15:29
Café Bilderbuch

​Address: Akazienstraße 28, berlin-Schöneberg​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 78 70 60 57​Website:​Opening hours: Monday - Thursday 09.00-24.00; Friday - Saturday 09.00-01.00; Sunday 10.00-24.00
Café Olé

​Address: Viktoriastraße 10, Berlin-Schöneberg​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 75 50 3136​Website:​Opening hours: daily 10.00-22.00
Rote Beete Café & Bar

​Address: Gleditschstraße 71, Berlin-Schöneberg​Phone: + 49 (0) 30 23 63 50 11​Website:​Opening hours: Monday - Thursday 15.00-03.00; Friday - Saturday 15.00-04.00; Sunday 15.00-02.00
Café Sibylle

Coffee house & museum with a permanent exhibition on the history of Karl-Marx-Allee with its “worker´s palaces”.

​Address: Karl-Marx-Allee 72, Berlin-Friedrichshain​Phone: +49 30 29 35 22 03​Website:
Café in the Literaturhaus (House of Literature)

Café in the historic-literary ambience of the gründerzeit (Wilhelmine style) villa.

​Address: Fasanenstraße 23, Berlin-Charlottenburg​Phone: +49 30 882 54 14​Website:

Scene café with 140 years of tradition in baking cakes.

​Address: Oranienplatz 11-13, Berlin-Kreuzberg​Phone: +49 30 61 40 26 97​Website:
Café Lehmsofa

Relaxed menu with German and Canadian cuisine.

​Address: Dorfstraße 4, Berlin-Falkenberg​Phone: +49 30 93 02 28 47
Café Einstein Stammhaus

Elegance in the villa of the silent film star Henny Porten.

​Address: Kurfürstenstraße 58, Berlin-Tiergarten​Phone: +49 30 261 50 96​Website:
Café Vux

Brazilian inspired and vegan.

​Address: Richardstraße 38, Berlin-Neukölln​Website:
Café Schönhausen

Café suitable for children and the whole family.

​Address: Florastraße 27, Berlin-Pankow​Phone: +49 30 42 00 45 36​Website:
Café Barfly

Excellent food, delicious cocktails, outstanding service.

​Address: Brüderstraße 47, Berlin-Spandau​Phone: +49 30 331 55 55​Website:
Café Bilderbuch

Berliner Institution with live music on Sundays.

​Address: Akazienstraße 28, Berlin-Schöneberg ​Phone: +49 30 78 70 60 57​Website:
Brezel Company

Cosy ambience with pretzels and cakes.

​Address: Lenaustraße 10, Berlin-Neukölln ​Phone: +49 30 612 41 81​Website:
Frau Behrens Torten

Cakes and other sweets under chandeliers.

​Address: Wilmersdorfer Straße 96, Berlin-Wilmersdorf​Phone: +49 30 88 91 28 65​Website:
It doesn’t matter whether you just want to round off the day or get started for the night ahead – you’re sure to find the right sort of bar to plan your individual evening in Berlin. The spectrum ranges from the exclusive hotel bar via the trendy haunt with its modern design or traditional drop-in pub round the corner right up to the exotic cocktail bar or oriental shisha bar. Particularly popular are the sky bars in the high-rise buildings on Ku’damm, at Alex or Potsdamer Platz. There is a spectacular view to be had of Berlin at night from high over the city’s roofs. The Berlin nightlife is legendary. The parties. The music. The people. In this respect it’s a question of “Your wish is Berlin’s command”! Well-known DJs present the latest sounds to their audiences in the city’s countless clubs, bars and discotheques. And there are always new clubs shooting up out of the ground everywhere. The intent of the party people is obvious: dance, have fun and party into the small hours. Because there are no closing hours in Berlin. TIP: It doesn’t matter if you’re a chic chick, easy jetsetter, gay gent or 9-to-5 type – a glance at our ClubMATCHER (at: will help you to find the sort of club you’re looking for.

Enjoy a "Royal-culinary journey along the Nile" in the restaurant with cocktails, arabian pastries, tea specialties or a shisha in the lounge. The "Dinner & Dance" offer includes a belly dance show and deejay which brings the dream of 1001 Arabian nights to the weekends.

​Address: Knesebeckstraße 48 / Kurfürstendamm, Berlin​Phone: +49 30 887 118 335​Website:
Greys | Bar & Lounge - at H’Otello K’80

Sophisticated design meets urban flair. Lounge music, drinks and cocktails from legendary to innovative and fine selected snacks generate an international atmosphere at high level.

​Address: Knesebeckstraße 80, Charlottenburg, Berlin​Phone: +49 30 68 07 31 901​Website:​Opening hours: Mon. – Sat. from 15​More info: (Savignyplatz)
Greenwich Berlin

Situated on a side street of the Rosenthaler Straße, one finds one of the hippest bars of the city. A stylish interior invites guests to let time roll away, walls covered with green leather, and two large aquariums offer an absolute head turner. Here, the in-people meet each other, to enjoy the excellent drinks.

​Address: Gipsstraße 5​Website:

The Würgeengel is an institution in Berlin-Kreuzberg - with delicious cocktails and Art Deco interior.

​Address: Dresdener Straße 122​Phone: +49 30 61 55 56 0​Website:

Victoria Bar has been a beacon of sophistication on gritty Potsdamer Strasse since being founded in 2001 by Stefan Weber, the first barkeeper of the Green Door. 'The Pleasure of Serious Drinking' is the motto of this communicative space teeming with party regulars. The champagne-based Green Victoria is a top choice.

​Address: Potsdamer Straße 102​Phone: +49 30 25 75 99 77​Website:

​Address: Alexanderstraße 7​Phone: +49 30 24 63 16 76 ​Website:

Looking through the completely glass-enclosed front of its two stories, dancing party guests can not only watch the Spree flow by, they can even dance out under the starlight on a wooden pontoon that floats on the Spree. The Watergate had devoted itself to the underground sounds of drum n bass and minimal techno. International star DJs regularly lay down the beat here.

​Address: Falckensteinstraße 49​Phone: +49 30 61 280 394​Website:
PURO Sky Lounge Berlin

The lounge is located on top of the Europa-Center. You can enjoy a fascinating 360° view on Berlin's most beautiful sunsets through the glass walls. The purely and elegantly decorated lounge is the perfect location for an unforgettable.

​Address: Tauentzienstraße 9-12​Phone: +49 30 26 36 78 75​Website:

From out of the 16th storey, the visitor of Solor overlooks almost the entire city, from Alexanderplatz over the Hauptbahnhof up to Potsdamer Platz, no other building disrupts the view. The Solar itself is bar and restaurant in one, and is spread out over two completely glass enclosed storeys, a place for creatives who are open to new experiences.

​Address: Stresemannstraße 76​Phone: +49 163 76 52 7 00​Website:

The view from 40 Seconds makes the guests become speechless; because the eyes of the night revellers rest on the illuminated Sony Centre, the Philharmonic and the new Nationalgalerie. The club glistens in an elegant design: marble floors, a cocktail bar out of dark wood and three roof terraces sweeten the party night. The club is incidentally named after the 40 seconds, which the elevator requires for the eighth storey.

​Phone: +49 30 89 0 642-0​Website:
POSH Australian Bar

Australian pub and bar in the heart of Berlin. Happy Hour daily 5-9pm, plus changing weekly specials. Over 200 cocktails to choose from! Smokers welcome.

​Address: Voxstraße 4​Phone: +49 30 25 29 90 00​Website:
Green Mango Karaoke- & Erlebnisbar

The biggest karaoke and entertainment bar in Europe: You can celebrate, sing and dance here. 150,000 songs in 18 languages await you. The Caribbean-Asian flair, the mega techno, giant stage, menu, air-conditioning, exotic bars, performances and shows make the Green Mango unique.

​Address: Bülowstraße 56-57​Phone: +49 30 75 63 73 93​Website:
Berlin Gone Wild - every Saturday at E4

Arguably the hottest party events especially for tourists, but also real Berliners. At E4 on Potsdamer Platz, you can hear the best house, R&B and party hits on 3 floors.

​Address: Eichhornstraße 4​Phone: +49 178 797 66 57​Website:
Matrix Club Berlin

The Matrix is the Berlin party institution for all party lovers. There are parties here 365 nights of the year. People, fashion, music - the Matrix mixes your night up on up to 7 floors.

​Address: Warschauer Platz 18​Phone: +49 30 29 36 99 90​Website:

A generous lounge with club area and dance floor in the heart of Berlin's City West, directly opposite the Theatre des Westens and a few minutes from the famous Kranzler Eck.

​Address: Fasanenstraße 81​Phone: +49 30 31 80 21 32​Website:
Kaffee Burger

Every evening the Kaffee Burger offers concerts, readings, talks, and live DJs till early dawn. Russian disco every 2nd and 4th Sunday in the month.

​Address: Torstraße 60​Phone: +49 30 28 04 64 95​Website:​Opening hours: 21.00 till open end
Sophienclub Berlin

The Sofi has been laying down the groove for 28 years and is now one of Berlin's longest established clubs. A diverse programme of DJs with varied music styles.

​Address: Sophienstraße 6​Website:

​Address: Wilmersdorfer Straße 149​Phone: +49 30 34 18 74 ​Website:
Lovers of exclusive designer fashion, bargain hunters, trendsetters looking for the latest fashion and all those, who would like to take more than just pleasant memories of their stay in Berlin home with them, are guaranteed to get their money’s worth thanks to all the diverse possibilities for shopping in the large shopping centres, department stores, small shops and exclusive boutiques in the city. No matter whether hip, casual and trendy or classical, elegant and timeless – there’s something here for all tastes and purses. And the practically unrestricted opening times (except Sundays) in this shopping paradise will only make the hearts of all shopping fans beat that faster, rather along the lines of the slogan: “Shop until you drop”! One of the most popular shopping streets is of course Kurfürstendamm: here it’s even worth investigating the side streets for your shopping spree. The Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe for short) in Tauentzienstraße is the largest department store on the European mainland and has an enormous range of goods for you to look and marvel at (and also buy!). In Berlin-Mitte the legendary Friedrichstraße now exudes a cosmopolitan flair thanks to its new architecture and chic stores like the Galeries Lafayette or Quartier 206. Alexa at Alexanderplatz is also a great place for shopping. For those who are searching for new trends and original accessories, having a look in the small shops dotted around the Hackesche Höfe in the former Scheunenviertel (barn district) would be well worthwhile. There are lots of young Berlin designers represented in Münzstraße as well as Alte and Neue Schönhauser Straße. And let’s not forget that Kastanienallee in Prenzlauer Berg or Bergmannstraße in Kreuzberg also have some pretty hot fashion shops too. Tip for bargain hunters: The numerous flea markets in Berlin are veritable paradises to rummage through, for example Sundays at Straße des 17. June, in the Mauerpark (Wall park) or at Boxhagener Platz.

From the “Golden Twenties” to the architecture of the New Berlin – Friedrichstraße is one of the city’s main arteries. In fact, you might even say: The whole of Berlin in one street. Take the Quartier 207 in Les Galeries Lafayette department store, for example, for shopping and having a look round at French fashion or the delicatessen department with specialities from France. The Quartier 206 next door is one of the beautiful and exclusive shopping addresses in Berlin with labels like Cerruti, Gucci or Louis Vuitton represented in the art déco style passage. Also there’s unique culture to be experienced in Friedrichstraße – in Dussmann the KulturKaufhaus (Culture Department Store). Spread over five floors, it offers everything you could desire in culture: books, music and films, games and audio books, gift articles, stationery material, sheet music and much more besides. While you’re rummaging around a shop like this, it’s easy to immerse yourself so much that you just forget what’s going on around you.

​Address: Friedrichstraße Berlin Mitte, Berlin Kreuzberg​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: S Friedrichstraße U Kochstraße, Stadtmitte, Französische Straße
Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe)

Tradition of the highest standard: KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens – the ‘Department Store of the West’) is the best-known department store in Germany, comprises 60,000 square metres of sales floors, making it the largest on the European continent. Ever since it first opened its doors in 1907, the store has offered an attractive mixture of upmarket and luxury goods. The sixth floor has the almost legendary delicatessen department.

​Address: Tauentzienstraße 21-24 10789 Berlin Schöneberg​Phone: +49 30 21 21 0​Website:​Opening hours: Mon - Thurs 10.00am-8.00pm Fri 10.00am-9.00pm Sat 9.30am-8.00pm ​More info: viisitBerlin.deSubway: U Wittenbergplatz

"Kudamm" is the most popular place for going on a stroll in Berlin. The 3,5 km long boulevard goes all the way from Breitscheidplatz in Charlottenburg, where the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is located, to the Rathenauplatz in Grunewald, where the villa district of the western part of Berlin begins. Round Breitscheidplatz, on the other hand, there are numerous boutiques, shops and businesses. In quiet side streets such as Fasanenstraße, which is the most prestigious shopping area in Berlin, many fine boutiques and cafes are located in magnificent buildings dating all the way back to the end of the nineteenth century. Kurfürstendamm still remains today the boulevard par excellence in Berlin. During the past several years, numerous new buildings have emerged. In 2001, for instance, the new Kranzlereck opened. The Kudamm Corner at the Joachimsthaler Straße juncture, an eyesore from the 1960`s, was demolished and redeveloped.

​Website:​More info:
Hackescher Markt

Anybody can buy a pair of jeans. And there’s nothing special or exciting about purchasing a pair of shoes, a pullover or top. But what about: looking around and being seen in the many side streets round the Hackesche Höfe? No, no being laden down by umpteen bags of shopping, but just strolling around and taking a break with a latte macchiato there where the young and beautiful hang out. And exactly the right place for this is the unofficial Old Town of Berlin. Here, between Rosenthaler Platz, Hackescher Markt and Sophienkirche (Sophia Church), is located the Bermuda Triangle for shopping victims. You’ll find not only plenty of boutiques and designer shops here but also international fashion chain shops like American Apparel and Urban Outfitters. Those who dip in here for a bit of shopping will not be seen again so quickly.

​Address: Hackescher Markt 10178 Berlin - Mitte​Website:​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: S Hackescher Markt
Mulackstraße und Alte Schönhauser Straße

Small boutiques with hot labels, flagship stores of international designers – in Berlin-Mitte the area around Alte Schönhauser Straße and Mulackstraße has established itself as the perfect location for an exclusive shopping trip. International cult labels and Berlin designers have moved into the small streets near the Hackesche Höfe in a big way, so turning the area into a popular fashion shopping mile. Nowhere else in Berlin are there so many style-conscious fashionistas and shopaholics to be seen, looking as though they have emerged from a fashion blog. The matching design for the typical “Mitte” look is showcased in the shop windows of many boutiques and flagship stores here.

​Address: 10119 Berlin-Mitte​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: U Weinmeisterstraße, Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz
Kreuzberg: Oranienstraße und Bergmannstraße

Kreuzberg: this is the true shopping paradise for all those on the lookout for something special and outlandish: not only old records, rummage, vintage fashion but also young fashion and original design. Bergmannstraße in Kreuzberg is not exactly a classic shopping street, but the small shops interspersed with cafés and restaurants do offer an insider’s tip of one kind or another. Alongside long-established rummage and second-hand shops, new boutiques have opened up – stylish hats at Coy art to wear - Hutkunst aus Berlin (Berlin Hat Art), and the bag to match at BagAge. Highly typical for Berlin is the Markthalle (Market Hall) am Marheinekeplatz, built in 1862 and steeped in tradition, which today offers fresh regional organic products. Oranienstraße was located in the wild 36 postal district of Kreuzberg. In the meantime, however, Oranienstraße has also changed. Although cafés and bars such as Die Rote Harfe (Red Harp), the Würgeengel (Terminating Angel) in Dessauer Straße just around the corner – and, of course, the legendary SO 36 Club – still characterise Oranienstraße, Berlin fashion stores such as Wildfremd, skater fashion at Search and Destroy, street wear in Depot 2 have now made their mark here. What makes Bergmannstraße and Oranienstraße so special is the creative mixture of the long-established and the new, of completely distinct traditions as well as improvisations that have had a habit of becoming a permanent fixture. These are two areas, in which a stroll represents – for whatever reasons – a tour into the unique Berlin awareness of life.

​Address: 10999 Berlin-Kreuzberg​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: U Moritzplatz, Südstern

Alexanderplatz is one of the most famous squares in Berlin as well as the largest in Germany. And it’s always been a huge shopping magnet. The first shopping facilities opened up here as far back as the 19th century. Since the 1960s, the whole square has been a pedestrian precinct, while gaining in the process the former Centrum Warenhaus and the Alex Passages. After the Berlin Wall came down, the Centrum Warenhaus was converted into the modern Galeria Kaufhof. In 2007, the Alexa Shopping Centre with its 180 shops and 17 restaurants was opened, followed two years later by its Die Mitte counterpart. So at Alex now there’s nothing more that isn’t there!

​Address: Alexanderplatz, 10178 Berlin-Mitte​More info: visitBerlin.deSubway: U Alexanderplatz
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Schönefeld Airport

Schönefeld Airport (SXF) lies southeast of Berlin, approx. 18 km (11 miles) from downtown Berlin. It is connected to the S45 and S9 S-Bahn lines as well as regional express mainline trains departing in half-hourly intervals from the Hauptbahnhof, Zoologischer Garten, Friedrichstraße, Alexanderplatz and Ostbahnhof stations. The Schönefeld Airport-Express departs from Spandau via Zoologischer Garten, Hauptbahnhof and Ostbahnhof to Schönefeld. The journey from Hauptbahnhof takes about half-an-hour.

​Address: Schönefeld Airport 12521 Berlin-Schönefeld​Phone: +49 180 5000 186
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