Getting There in KreuzbergEdit This
Among the first things to figure out when planning to Kreuzberg, Getting There is at the top of the list. Given that Kreuzberg is a suburb in the German metropolis of Berlin, this is quite easy. Here are some recommendations when planning your trip to Kreuzberg.
Getting There by Plane
Berlin is served by 2 international airports: the Tegel International Airport (IATA airport code: TXL) and the Schonefeld International Airport (IATA airport code: SXF). There are several local and foreign airlines that offer direct flights to and from Berlin. If you're traveling from within Europe, it is a good idea to first check prices from Ryanair and Germanwings because these companies both offer really competitive prices. To guarantee the lowest fare possible when booking a flight through Ryanair or Germanwings, it is best to book at least a week in advance. There are some last minute deals but don't count on them.
The official name of Kreuzberg is the Friedichshain-Kreuzberg district. Kreuzberg is a borough south of the Mitte borough. From the airport, you can get to Kreuzberg by street car, underground rail, bus or taxi.
Getting There by Car
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