About Berlin Transportation

(Berlin, Germany)

Berlin Schönefeld Airport (SXF) - Guide to Berlin (SXF) Airport
Berlin Tegel (Otto Lilienthal) Airport (TXL) - Guide to Berlin (TXL) Airport
Berlin Tempelhof Airport (THF) - Guide to Berlin (THF) Airport

A good rail network links Berlin with other German towns and cities. Bahnhof Berlin Zoologischer Garten is the busiest rail station in the city, together with Bahnhof Lehrter, the city's newest station.

There is a large bus network in Berlin and trams run in the eastern part of the city, while there are both underground (U-Bahn) and overground (S-Bahn) train services connecting different areas of the city. Major roads and motorways (autobahns) link Berlin with other towns and cities in Germany, while the A10 autobahn circles the city.

Berlin is served by three busy airport: Berlin-Tegel (Otto Lilienthal), Berlin-Schönefeld and Berlin-Tempelhof. Airline companies offer both domestic and international flights from all three airports. Templehof is the closest to the city and was famous for it's part in the Berlin Airlift saga, but now only handles small regional flights.

Berlin Tegel receives the lion's share of the international long haul flights and has some of the best facilities, while Schönefeld is slightly less busy and has fewer inter-continental options.

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