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BERLIN: A FEAST FOR FOODIES

BERLIN: A FEAST FOR FOODIES
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On this private and personalised foodie experience, eat your way around East Berlin with a food loving Local Host who can't wait to share with you the city's best loved dishes, from the German classics to the Turkish dishes which are now firm local favourites. With your like-minded Local Host, explore the heart of East Berlin and enjoy sampling the dishes like bratwürst and schnitzel which the city is famed for, taste Turkish cuisine from locally loved cafes and street food stalls and stop by a beer hall for a truly authentic taste of this diverse city's food scene!

The Royal City of Potsdam: The Gardens and Palaces of the Hohenzollerns

The Royal City of Potsdam: The Gardens and Palaces of the Hohenzollerns
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Are you visiting Berlin and want to have a one day trip to the pastoral and scenic views of Potsdam, where the Prussian royal dynasty has set its summer retreat? Curious as to how the area looked like before the massive distruction of World War II? Potsdam is the capital of the federal state of Brandenburg and it is just 30 kilimeters from the heart of Berlin, which makes it ideal for a day trip. During this tour we will see the main palces built by the Hohenzollerns along 300 years, will hear the stories anout the rise of Prussia and the reign of three 18th century kings, and how their style of politics reflects in their style of construction.  After the end on Monarchy in 1918, Potsdam kept of being a hotspot for local and international politics, especially through the cold war. We will see the location of the 1945 Potsdam Conference where the division of Germany was set, as well as the former border between Potsdam and West Berlin, also known as the Bridge of Spies.

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 TXL Berlin Tegel Airport Info & Guide


Berlin Tegel AirportWhere is Berlin Tegel Airport?

 


Berlin Tegel Airport (IATA: TXL, ICAO: EDDT), also referred to as Berlin Tegel International Airport, or simply Tegel Airport, is Berlin's inner-city airport and the main international airport for the German capital city. It lies in Tegel, a section of the northern borough of Reinickendorf. Berlin Tegel Airport is notable for its hexagonal terminal building around an open square, which makes for walking distances as short as 30 metres from the aircraft to the terminal exit.


Berlin Tegel Airport is currently one of two airports serving Berlin; the other is Berlin Schoenfeld Airport (SXF).


In 2016, Berlin Tegel Airport served 21,253,959 passengers, making it the 4th busiest airport in Germany, and Berlin's busiest.


Berlin Tegel Airport is the main base of Air Berlin, and hub for Eurowing. Other airlines that fly to Berlin Tegel Airport include Aegean Airlines, Aer Lingus, airBaltic, Air Canada, Air France, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, Azerbaijan Airlines, British Airways, Croatia Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Finnair, Flybe,, KLM, Lufthansa, Luxair, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian, Scandinavian Airlines, SunExpress, Swiss International Air Lines, TAP Portugal, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines and Vueling.


Cities with flights to Berlin Tegel Airport include Abu Dhabi, Amman, Antalya, Athens, Baghdad, Barcelona, Beijing, Budapest, Casablanca, Chicago, Copenhagen, Doha, Dublin, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Istanbul, London, Los Angeles, Miami, Milan, Moscow, Munich, New York, Paris, Prague, Reykjavík, Rhodes, Riga, Rome, San Francisco, Sofia, Stockholm, Tel Aviv, Toronto, Vienna, Warsaw and Zürich.


Your best bet for a Berlin Tegel Airport transfer is an express bus. Details on all options are included in this guide.


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NOTE: Berlin Tegel Airport is scheduled to close in 2018/2019, approximately six months after the completion of the much delayed new Berlin-Brandenburg International Airport (BER). This new airport is slated to handle all commercial flights to and from Berlin, and will encompass the existing smaller, but better located, Schoenfeld airport.


Update: Berliners are petitioning to keep Tegel Airport open after the new BER airport opens.


Important: the opening of the new Berlin Brandenberg BER Airport has been postponed 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.


 


 

 Other Items of Interest at Berlin Tegel Airport


The airport also offers:

  • Tax Refund (Terminal A, Boulevard Tegel, 08:00-20:00)
  • Pharmacy, Boulevard Tegel (Gallery/1st floor)
  • Meeting Points
  • An outdoor visitor viewing area located above the departure wing (small fee)
  • Hairdresser




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



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Last Updated: 21 Jun 2019