Why You Should Visit Berlin Schoenefeld
Germany’s capital is a bustling modern city home to endless possibilities whether it’s exploring the city’s flourishing modern art scene, taking a walk through historic Berlin or enjoying some of the city’s famous nightlife. Many of Berlin’s finest historical attractions can be found in the Mitte district which is the home of iconic landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate and the stunning Berlin Cathedral, two must-see sights for architecture-lovers. Consider visiting the City West area where you will find many of Berlin’s best shopping and dining spots, many of which can be found along the illustrious Tauentzienstasse street. Those looking for a more alternative visit must take a trip to the artistic and bohemian East Central district home to quirky shops, cafes and street art works.
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Arriving In Berlin Schoenefeld
Berlin Schoenefeld Airport is Berlin’s second airport comprised of four passenger terminals and offering an excellent range of amenities and services to meet the needs of travelers. When you have touched down at the airport you can travel into the center of Berlin using public transport with S-Bahn and train services available, although there are also plenty of taxis available. Renting a car in Berlin is also an option. Inside the airport you can look forward to a broad selection of shops including duty-free shopping alongside plenty of cafés and eateries.
Travelers looking to book flights from the UAE to Berlin Schoenefeld will be able to make the journey directly out of Dubai. Currently the only airline providing flights from the UAE is Condor, with all flights departing on a seasonal charter basis from Al Maktoum International Airport, Dubai’s newest airport.
Berlin Schoenefeld Travel Information
As Germany is a part of the Schengen Area you do not have to apply for a visa as a UAE national. In Berlin the weather can get surprisingly hot over the summer with average highs of around 25 degrees during July and August, although it can get very cold during the winter when temperatures often drop below freezing. Remember that in Germany the currency used is the Euro just like the majority of EU member states so make sure to change up the correct money before your journey.
* This information is correct as of October 2017
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