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Getting to Berlin

Many roads lead to Berlin. The city currently has two airports and several major railway stations.

The airport Berlin Schönefeld is located on the southern outskirts of Berlin. Many charter airlines and low-cost carriers fly to Schönefeld.

The new Berlin Brandenburg airport (BER) is being build close by. It is expected that the airport will be ready for service in 2013.

The two now existing airports will then be closed and all air traffic in the region will be operated via BER. Tegel Airport is located in the northern part of the city and therefore closer to the inner city than Schönefeld Airport.

Berlin visitors who travel to Berlin by train, arrive at one of Berlin's main train stations. Almost all trains stop at the central train station. All major railway stations have direct access to further public transport.

Of course, we offer our patients an exclusive shuttle service that will take you from your arrival point to one of our hospitals or to your hotel of choice.