Berlin Airport Transportation
About half an hour away from downtown, Berlin Schönefeld Airport offers moderate access to Berlin’s southeast side, making for an easy way to stay out of the city and closer to the scenic cottages of Schönefeld. With so much distance between the capital city of Berlin and SXF Airport, you’ll need a reliable lift. Make sure you go the extra mile by going through our options that include simple shuttles, private sedans & SUVs, not to mention convenient meet-and-greet services ranging from speedy taxis to local personal drivers.
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Berlin Airport Shuttles
Miles from downtown, it can be tough to get from touching the ground to surrounded by where you want to be. Make it easy by reserving a shuttle with one of many local providers, from local private sedan providers is helpful bag-handling services to the on-time guarantee offered by area providers.
Keep in mind that no one offers better deals than us, as our operators are always on standby, ready to help with any trip you’ve got in mind, whether you’re visiting the south side and want to leave time to go exploring or feel like staying close to the airport’s attractions. For the latter, look forward to a variety of business-friendly locales ranging from the open lawns at Golf Club & Golfcenter to the quaint trails at Landscape Park, not to mention an IKEA near the east wing.
Keep track of your reservation, whether you schedule a ride through one of our operators or simply want a vehicle at the Car Rental Center (TA), all by looking for the right information. Start by printing out your email after reservations are made as well as saving a digital photo, also keeping an eye out for Ground Transportation as a last resort. If you get lost or head to the Information Desk in Terminal A.
About Berlin Schönefeld Airport
If there’s one thing there’s no shortage of as soon as you arrive, it’s the amount of eats & entertainment offered by on-site vendors. Choose from a variety of restaurants ranging from Marché Bistro, which offers to-go sandwiches, desserts, and healthy drinks in both Terminal A and B, or Cindy’s Diner Schönefield, home to great breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a vintage backdrop within Terminal C. Those waiting on delays should stop by the RELAY Newsstand for a variety of souvenirs and magazines perfect for passing the time, or head to Heinemann for household treats and accents perfect for remembering your time in Berlin.
Keep track of just how much there is to do in the immediate area on top of it all, keeping close to the small town of Rudow for an inside look at rustic streets complemented by modern cafes, markets, and townhomes great for seeing what lies on the north side of the airport. Continue north toward Britzer Garten afterward, one of Berlin’s most iconic attractions due to images that reminisce of classic Germany, from tulip beds in front of windmills to the still waters of Hauptsee (Main Lake), not to mention an old amusement park.
Escape into the vast history that spans centuries of wars, human atrocities, and political turmoil as well, starting with the Berlin Wall Memorial, which still offers a slice of wall displaying a relic the country’s own civil unrest. Move onto the Pergamon Museum afterward, looking forward to the many ancient artifacts that include relics from Rome, Greece, Babylon and Persia, each one unlocking bizarre secrets from some of the world’s earliest human civilizations. Don’t forget to check out the incredible Charlottenburg Palace, a Baroque-style mansion renown for its huge estate gardens and priceless interior paintings.
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