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Opening: The BER Berlin Brandenburg Airport

On October 31, 2020 the Berlin Brandenburg Airport (short BER) is scheduled to open. The existing airport Berlin Tegel (TXL) is set to close while Schönefeld Airport (SXF) is going to become Terminal 5 (T5) of the new BER. The new airport is set to become the German capital region’s air traffic hub. The BER will feature two new terminals (T1 and T2), and a second runway to be commissioned on the south side of the airport.

The transfer between the terminals will take eight minutes. Terminal 1 consists of five levels including observation deck for visitors, check-in as well as departure and arrival gates. Tegel Airport (Northwest of Berlin) is set to close on November 8, 2020.

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From BER to Berlin or directly to Brandenburg

The BER is perfectly connected to Berlin. All trains commute between the airport train station and the capital several times per hour right below the BER. The new Airport Express “FEX” takes only 35 minutes to the main train station, Berlin Hauptbahnhof. The commuter train lines S9 and S45 depart every 20 minutes and also connect with Terminal 5. Because the planes descend here in the State of Brandenburg, several travel destinations can also be accessed directly from the BER. Alternatively, you can leave the airport by rental car, taking you right into the heart of the nature region Dahme Seenland.

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Aside from the hourly commuting regional train to Potsdam (RB22), the RE7 train allows you to reach exciting destinations such as the treetop trail “Baumkronenpfad” in Beelitz-Heilstätten or the Fläming Skate and Bad Belzig circuits. The next available houseboat rental place in Zeuthen can be reached by bus service (line 734) in half an hour. An airport layover of several hours is also no problem: The A10 Center offers shopping opportunities nearby.

Getting to BER by public transport

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Sanssouci and Brandenburg Gate – Berlin is part of the journey

Sanssouci and Brandenburg Gate – Berlin is part of the journey. The State of Brandenburg, which surrounds the conveniently accessible capital city, boasts exciting discoveries and surprises, resulting in the perfect combination of holidays in nature, on the lakes or within a cultural landscape.

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Enjoy playing golf on one of Brandenburg’s 22 golf courses followed by a shopping tour along Berlin’s famous shopping boulevard Berliners call “Kudamm”, short for “Kurfürstendamm”. Have a family gathering in the capital highlighted by a rafting trip on Havel River. Go on a bike tour of the city along Mauerweg and circle around the former West Berlin. Have your holidays at Tropical Islands with a sightseeing trip to the Brandenburg Gate. Take a round trip by bus to the palaces and gardens or the cultural sites of the great author and poet Theodor Fontane, rounded off by a visit of Berlin's show palace, the Friedrichstadtpalast. Go on a school trip to the youth hostel Jugendgästehaus at Märkischer See and take a trip to the Berlin Wall's memorial site on Bernauer Straße. Ride the S-Bahn train from Berlin to Potsdam for a visit of the Impressionist exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Barberini. Find the combination that suits your needs.

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…and getting here is much easier now

Arriving faster! Compared to Tegel Airport, our top destinations can now be reached in less time, for instance to the Spa Town Kurort Bad Saarow at Lake Scharmützelsee, or, if you plan to go on a bike tour or boat ride through the Spreewald Forest or rent a floating holiday home in Lusatia’s lake region, everything is closer. The same holds true for the legendary Prince Pückler's earth pyramid at Branitz Park in Cottbus, or the Baroque Monastery Neuzelle or the socialist model architecture in Eisenhüttenstadt. Potsdam with its UNESCO World Heritage Palaces and Gardens and Film Studios in Babelsberg can be reached directly from BER by train and bus.

Extend your stay

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Save the date: The year 2021...

...marks the 60th anniversary of the Berlin Wall construction. Why not discover the Berlin Wall Trail (Mauerweg) by bike? Or undergo a Kneipp cure by treading water in celebration of the 200th anniversary of hydrotherapist Sebastian Kneipp. In times of wearing masks and social distancing, the travel destination Brandenburg provides healthy activities while maintaining safety guidelines during your holidays.

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