This is one of the largest railway stations in Europe. The glass and steel structure sees 300 trains and 5000 passengers daily. It acts as a hub in Berlin and Europe, with its fifteen platforms from east to west and north to south,
The Berlin tram is fast and efficient thanks to dedicated lanes. Most of the lines are in the eastern part of Berlin where it's a popular mode of transport and you use the same ticket as on the subway and the train, or you can use an
The train is a good way to get around in Berlin because it is simple to understand, cheap and fast. Most of the trains go outside city limits and you can admire the scenery. There are two types of trains in Berlin. One is the S-Bahn
It was a rainy day and I decided to spend a few hours on the U-Bahn, where I discovered the beauty of the Berlin subway stations. Its design runs from the classic to the modern. It is a postmodern station, a study of color theory.
The best way to get from Poland to Germany by train, if we decide to go at night, the best option is a sleeper. If I remember correctly, it cost me about 80 € (transport + sleeping, I thought it was really bad) The train departs from
There is nothing more important to a traveler than transportation within cities. The network of subways, buses, trams and Metrobusses in Berlin is very extensive. The systems operate 24 hours a day and weekdays until 1 in the morning.
Berlin Friedrichstraße railway station is in the center of the capital Berlin, on Friedrich, a major street in the Mitte district near the Brandenburg Gate and just where this road meets the river Spree. Below the station is the metro