There are several railway stations in Berlin connected to the ICE network, making the city very accessible from all over Germany. From Berlin Hauptbahnhof head eastward on the S-bahn (several lines possible) and get off at the station "Hackescher Markt." From here it's just a 2- or 3-minute walk.
Coming from the "Berliner Ring" (the "ring" of highways around Berlin), just follow the signs towards "Berlin Zentrum/Mitte", and then follow signs towards "Berlin Alexanderplatz". There are several parking garages in this area available to you for a fee.
Berlin has two main airports. Berlin Tegel is closer to the city center, and Berlin Schönefeld is slightly farther away to the southeast. Both are very easily reachable by public transport, particularly bus and train.
Daily 10 am - 7 pm
Explore the secrets of the submarine world in the Aquadom and Sealife Berlin. Let your kids touch creatures like starfish or crabs, and take a tour through the Aquadom in their transparent elevator.
The Aquadom is the largest cylinder-shaped aquarium in the world containing more than 1500 fish and submarine creatures. And it's unique to Germany!
Discover over 5000 creatures in 35 basins. Many of them are on the endangered list, such as the eagle rays and sea dragons.
Get aquainted with the red lionfish, sharks, octopuses, catfish or Japanese spider crabs. Watch the spectacular feedings to experience eagle rays and sharks devouring their lunch or dinner.
Explore the wide variety of basins, such as "Mediterranean Sea," "Rays," "Sea Horses," and "Jellyfish," or check out the freshwater basins like "Wannsee," "Hamburg Harbour" or "River Spree."
The entire aquarium is indoors, so no need to worry about rain or cold temperatures! Visit the Aquadom and Sealife Berlin at any time of the year.
Escape Address: Spandauer Str. 3, 10178 Berlin, Berlin, Berlin, Germany
A special sightseeing tour - not by bus, but by ship - on the River Spree. See some of the highlights of Berlin such as the government quarter, the Berlin Cathedral, the East Side Gallery and the Bellevue Castle.
Take the "Hop-on Hop-off" bus to explore Berlin yourself. Hop off the bus whenever your heart desires, and hop back on one of the next ones- all with the same ticket. Take their green bus to listen to the guide in German or English, or take their red bus to listen to the guide in one of nine different languages, including German and English.
KaDeWe - "Kaufhaus des Westens" - there is practically nothing you won't find here. Located in the direct vicinity of Kurfürstendamm and Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche, this department store promises you an unforgettable shopping experience.