The central station is opposite the Reichstag, across the river. Multiple levels and transparent walls make for an open atmosphere and plenty of light. Very interesting.
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Wow! This place has everything you need and want! Get off the train and go down the escalator to all the shops and eateries and you can refresh yourself before heading off to your hotel...
The re-unification of Germany after the wall came down has given Berlin some amazing development opportunities, in the old Eastern Sector they chose to build a brand new Railway Station and boy is it special! Made of glass and steel finished in 2006 with a...More
it looks good as a builidng from outside and inside and it is a functional main train station it is easy to find one's way around. the only confuising thing could be that there are two main squares - one on each side: Europa-Platz and...More
Loved this place. Our friends laughed and said that they didn't really finish the glass roof for the trains arriving at the station, so all First Class passengers are left out in the rain. A part of me enjoyed this story! Otherwise, a great place...More
We stayed at the St eigenvectors Hotel a short block away and we enjoyed walking around in this beautiful amazing train station. 3 floors of shopping with lots of restaurants and coffee shops etc, even ice cream and beer. Loved seeing all the beautiful inexpensive...More
well organized, a lot of shops, fast foods, restaurants. and it's big. take your time here, if you are tight with time between trains don't try to go and buy water or smth to eat. the chance you'll miss the train is big.
Very big train station that offers many things. Go there for some shopping, or lunch at one of the restautants. Many shops are also open on Sunday!
Is buzzing with people in and around the large internal station decks - several floors. Be clear of the Train name, Car number and floor/platform. Is then easy to get to. There are enough places to pack some food to eat in the train