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- Brandenburg Gate
- Potsdamer Platz
- Olympic Stadium
- Checkpoint Charlie
- Berlin Zoo
- Messe Berlin
- Hackescher Markt
- Museum Island (Museumsinsel)
- Mercedes-Benz Arena
- Reichstag Building
- Deutsche Oper Berlin
- Estrel Convention Center
Hotels in Berlin near Tegel S-Bahn
Although there are two major airports in the German capital, the Berlin Tegel Airport is by far the largest and busiest. Located just five miles northwest of the city center, Tegel is a true urban airport. This makes it incredibly convenient for travelers who want to explore the city attractions during their layovers, as there are hotels, landmarks and museums just minutes from the terminals. The city is bustling, and there is no shortage of things to do, see and explore in the immediate area. Guests planning to stay overnight will appreciate the abundance of Berlin Tegel Airport hotels, most of which are accessible by public transport.
Hotel Areas and Transportation
Because the Berlin Tegel Airport is located right in the heart of the city, it is connected to the surrounding neighborhoods via public transportation. There are several buses that stop directly in front of Terminals A and B, and they take passengers to numerous towns nearby as well as major transport hubs for regional trains, underground metro trains and trams. Travelers seeking hotels near Tegel Airport should limit their scope to towns such as Reinickendorf or Spandau, both of which are less than two miles from the airport. These towns boast restaurants, attractions and nightlife within walking distance of hotels at every price point.
Hotel and Airport Facilities
The Berlin Tegel Airport offers everything from a pharmacy to cash machines for its passengers, and that is in addition to dozens of restaurants, cafes and shops. Despite these amenities, many travelers avoid the bustle of the terminals and dine closer to their Berlin airport hotel. In a multicultural city the size of Berlin, there are cuisines from around the world available everywhere, and the prices are often lower than what you might find in an airport. If you are using a shuttle, taking the bus or planning to take a taxi to the airport, leave yourself plenty of time during rush hours to allow for traffic in Berlin.
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