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When arriving in Berlin, it is advisable to get an airport transfer service to avoid unnecessary hassles. For one, arriving in a different city can be very confusing. What more if you are visiting the capital of a foreign country? Berlin is the capital and largest city of Germany and is home to over 3.5 million people. It also plays host to over 130million visitors every year, making it the third most-visited destination in the European Union.
Berlin has two commercial airports that offer comfortable airport transportation services. Tegel Airport and Schonefeld Airport are actually notable for a special viewing deck which allows visitors a view of the various aircraft that take off and land. Berlin’s airport authorities aim to focus all the airport transportation traffic to a new and state-of-the-art airport, the Berlin Brandenburg Airport. This single airport is designed to handle the millions of visitors that come every year and offer them a high-tech airport with ideal connections.
Once inside Berlin, visitors can arrange one of the many tours available for couples or large groups of people. Perhaps what is most known of the city is its contribution to the world of culture. There are some 300 films being shot in the city every year, and this includes those for short films, documentaries, and feature films of all genres and formats. Berlin is also known for its museums and galleries and the grand opera from which millions have enjoyed shows that cater to different tastes.
There are also various tour packages that will bring tourists to the landmarks that symbolize Berlin. Some of these major attractions are the Victory Column and the Berlin Wall. The Victory Column is a superb landmark that can also provide you with a great view of the city. You can reach its top by going through 270 steps. This landmark is actually a celebration of Prussia’s victory in the Franco-German war. The Berlin Wall on the other hand is actually a large concrete structure that was created to separate West Berlin from East Berlin. It was partly demolished in 1990, and only a restored segment is available for tourists and visitors. Anyone who wishes to visit these sites can avail of taxis or other transport services that are available throughout the city.
Berlin Airport Guide
Berlin Airport, or commonly known as Berlin Schönefeld Airport, is located south of Berlin which served about 6.6 million passengers in 2008 alone. This international airport has four terminals with Terminal D being constructed to accommodate the increasing number of passengers. Although there is a plan to merge this airport with Berlin Brandenburg Airport which will be opened on 2013, Berlin Schönefeld Airport is still considered to be one of the major airports in Berlin.
The area between Terminal A and Terminal B has been the major hub for establishments inside this Berlin airport. This is where flyers can find shops, restaurants, banks, bars and cafes while waiting for their flights. Since time is crucial for business travelers, high speed internet service is also available with the airport. This will allow anyone, not just businessmen, to connect with the virtual world even outside their work or homes. Getting around the airport and the city has also been made convenient for international passengers. There is a Tourist Information Berlin-Brandenburg counter just inside Terminal A. They can accommodate inquiries and assistance starting from public transportation, availability of accommodations in the city, tours and the Berlin Welcome Card. This counter is open for all passengers from 7 AM to 11 PM. Apart from that, you will also be able to find banks and money exchange offices in Terminal A’s departure and arrival area and also at the ground floor. Although these establishments are open from 8Am to 11PM on weekdays, keep in mind that they are only open from 8AM until 4PM on weekends.
For passengers who are quite picky when it comes to food, Berlin airport provides a wide array of restaurants and cafes to choose from. There are about a dozen of food establishments within the area. If you need a quick bite, you can grab something from Burger King which is open from 5:30 AM to 9 PM. If you have lots of time to hang around, proceed to the Kilkenny Irish Pub which serves food and drinks until 9 PM. Marché Bistro, the Marché Bakery and the Mövenpick Arabica Bar are food stores which are open 24/7. Or you can also choose to linger around the bunch of shops in Terminal A and B.