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Private Half-Day Berlin Walking Tour: Hackesche Hoefe and Prenzlauer Berg

Private Half-Day Berlin Walking Tour: Hackesche Hoefe and Prenzlauer Berg
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On this walking tour you will explore the areas of Hackesche Hoefe and Prenzlauer Berg. To get from one area of interest to the other public transportation will be used. Both districts were built a century ago as residential areas workers and the poor. Today, these areas are boasting with life, art, fashion and culinary discoveries. The typical Berlin tenement blocks with their famous courtyards still keep a great variety of secrets. On this tour you will discover surprising green oases, hidden ballrooms, art galleries, beer gardens and lifesaving hiding places. Learn more about the daily life of the city, its social problems as well as its famous nightlife. Find out where to get typical German sausages and where local breweries are.

Private Tour: Potsdam Day Trip from Berlin

Private Tour: Potsdam Day Trip from Berlin
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Discover the former royal residence of Potsdam on this comprehensive private tour from Berlin. As you explore this city that has UNESCO World Heritage status, learn about its colorful history from your knowledgeable guide. Capture photos of the lovely castle of Babelsberg, the lakeside Marble Palace and the breathtaking Sanssouci Palace. You'll also see the Cecilienhof Palace -- site of the Potsdam Conference where the stage was set for the Cold War. Since this is a private tour, you can tailor the itinerary to suit your particular interests.

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Where is Berlin Brandenburg Airport? And when will it open?


BER Berlin Brandenburg Airport (IATA: BER, ICAO: EDDB) (German: Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt) is a new international airport under construction 18 km (11 mi) south of central Berlin, the capital city of Germany.


BER Berlin Brandenburg Airport had been scheduled to open in June 2012, however the opening of Berlin BER has been delayed to 2018, at the earliest. At that time, Berlin Brandenburg will become the new airport for the entire Berlin-Brandenburg region. This "new" airport is actually an expansion and transformation of the existing Berlin Schoenefeld Airport (SXF), located southeast of the German capital. Berlin's other existing airport, Tegel (TXL) will close about six months later. The city's third airport, Berlin Templehof (THF) closed in 2008.


When Berlin's new Brandenberg airport opens its doors, the capital city region will offer business travellers, tourists, and companies a high-tech airport with ideal connections, international flights, direct motorway access, and a rail station under the main terminal. It will take only 20 minutes for the BER airport train to travel the 20-kilometre stretch of track into the Berlin city centre. In addition to making air travel more attractive, Berlin BER Airport will improve life in the region. By closing Tegel and Tempelhof, hundreds of thousands of Berlin and Brandenburg residents will no longer have to live with aircraft noise.


Update: Berliners are petitioning to keep Tegel Airport open, and are getting widespread support.


Important: the opening of the new Berlin Brandenberg BER Airport has been delayed to 2018, at the earliest. The city's other two airports, Schoenefeld SXF and Templehof THF will continue to operate until that time, at the earliest.


 


 


Additional Berlin Brandenburg Airport information may be found by visiting their official website below.



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Last Updated: 21 May 2017