5th International Conference
"Low Vision and the Brain"

"You see with your eyes AND with your brain"
30 November – 02 December 2018 • Berlin/Germany

5th International Conference
"Low Vision and the Brain"

"You see with your eyes AND with your brain"
30 November – 02 December 2018 • Berlin/Germany

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Berlin Schönefeld:

It is easy to reach the Berlin city center from Schönefeld Airport as the Schönefeld train station has direct links to regional trains, the S-Bahn and buses and is only a ten-minute walk from the terminal building. For drivers: Schönefeld Airport is connected to highway A113 which leads to the city center.

From the train station at Schönefeld Airport the S-Bahn lines S9 and S45 run to the city center. Travellers who want to get to Berlin Central Station can take the S9 until the station Ostkreuz and then change to the S-Bahn lines S5, S7 or S75 which stop at Central Station.

Airport Express Train from and to Schönefeld:

Between 4.30 a.m. and 11 p.m. the regional trains RE7 and RB14 called "Airport Express", travel in 30 minute intervals between Schönefeld Airport and Berlin-Charlottenburg with stops at Ostbahnhof, Alexanderplatz, Berlin Central Station and Berlin-Zoo. It takes about 15 minutes to get to Ostbahnhof with the Airport Express and 30 minutes to get to Berlin Central Station. Note: Schönefeld Airport is located in fare zone C. To get to the city center an ABC ticket is required.

Transport by Bus:

From Schönefeld Airport the following buses run to Berlin's city center:
From Terminal A: 163, 171, X7, N7, N60

Taxi Fares from Schönefeld Airport:

City West (train station Zoo): about 40 Euros
City East (Alexanderplatz): about 35 Euros
Schönefeld Airport to Tegel Airport: about 50 Euros

Berlin Tegel:

Tegel Airport is located in Berlin's northern district Reinickendorf and is closer to the city than the airport in Schönefeld. Once construction work at the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt BER is finished, flight operations from and to Berlin will gradually move to BER and Tegel Airport will be closed down.

Public Transport:

Tegel Airport has no direct link to the S- or U-Bahn. The fastest way to get to the city is either by TXL Express Bus or by the Express Bus X9. Both stop right outside the terminal.

Express Bus X9 towards City West:

The X9 Bus departs every five to ten minutes at Tegel Airport towards Zoo Station, the journey takes about 20 minutes. Zoo Station is linked to the S-Bahn and U-Bahn network, from Zoo Station any destination in the city can be reached easily. The bus X9 also stops at:- the underground station Jakob-Kaiser-Platz which is linked to the U-Bahn line U7- station Jungfernheide with connections to the S-Bahn- station Ernst-Reuter-Platz which is linked to the U2. Fare: 2.70 Euros one way. Children at the age of 6 to 14 years

pay 1.70 Euros.

Bus 109 towards City West:

Bus 109 travels to Zoo Station as well and tickets cost 2.70 Euros, too. Because this bus is not an express bus it stops at more halts and the journey from Tegel-Airport to the City West takes approximately 30 minutes.

TXL Express Bus towards City East:

The bus travels in five-or ten-minute intervals between Tegel Airport and Alexanderplatz. Depending on the time of day the ride from the airport to Alexanderplatz via Berlin Central Station (Hauptbahnhof), Brandenburg Gate, Unter den Linden/Friedrichstraße takes 30 to 40 minutes. Fare: 2.70 Euros one way. Fare for children between 6 - 14 years: 1.70 Euros.

Taxi Fares from Tegel Airport:

City-West (train station Zoo): about 21 Euros. City-East (Alexanderplatz): about 26 Euros.

Tegel Airport - Schönefeld Airport: about 50 Euros

Quelle: www.berlin.de