At the point when your doors open at Berlin Central Station, at the ZOB (Berlin Central Coach Station), at Tegel or Schönefeld airplane terminals or just at the car park in front of your hotel, you won’t neglect to acknowledge: Berlin is available for everybody. Furthermore, regardless of what methods of vehicle you use to get around, you will not have any trouble.
Travel hindrance free via train to Berlin.
All long-hall train stations to Berlin, including Berlin Central Station, the Ostbahnhof or the Zoologische Garten, have handicapped access both from and to all platforms. Outfitted with extras such as talking lifts, the entry to and from Berlin never again represents a difficulty for handicapped explorers.
The Deutsche Bahn AG focuses on offering you a complete package for travel to Berlin. They likewise give tips to plan your adventure and information about limits or related deviations. All information about open travel to Berlin via train can be found in Deutsche Bahn’s “Travel for all” leaflet.
The Deutsche Bahn administration number: +49 (0)1806 – 99 66 33
Travelling via car to Berlin
On the off chance that you visit the German capital via car they have 1,300 handicapped parking spots which are situated in the city of Berlin. To guarantee you can utilize them, you require the code AG or BI on your disabled pass.
Entry to Berlin from the sky
You can likewise get to Berlin via plane with no obstacles on arrival. The Berlin air terminals Tegel and Schönefeld have wheelchair-available parking spots in case you want to hire a car. Kindly inform your air carrier ahead of time on the off chance that you need the help of an individual on arrival.
Additional data about available entry via plane:
- Tegel airplane terminal
- Call Center: +49 (0) 1805 000 186
- Administration Counter and Rollmops in Terminal A between Gates 7 and 8 day by day from 4.30am – 11.30pm
- Stopping office: +49 (0) 30 4101 – 2398 or – 2320
Getting to Berlin by coach
For travel via coach to Berlin you will arrive at Berlin Central Coach Station, many helper organisations transport and act as chaperons for the seriously incapacitated – inquire with suppliers to get some answers concerning additional arrangements that you may require. To guarantee that there is sufficient space for all travelers, you should enlist wheelchairs and prams with the carrier before the journey.
- Berlin Central Coach Station (ZOB)
- Masurenallee 4-6, 14057 Berlin
- Telephone: +49 (0)30 21 49 51 00