Journey & Parking
At present, Berlin has two international airports. The new one (FBB) is under construction.
- TEGEL in the north-west
- SCHÖNEFELD in the south-east
Berlin has one of Germany's best local travelling networks. You can comfortably reach Treptow-Köpenick from both airports by S-Bahn, underground, bus or tram. The public transportation schedule of the Berlin transport service "BVG" gives you quick information on the most convenient transportation connections from your airport of arrival to your destination in Treptow-Köpenick.
You can reach Berlin quickly and comfortably by long-distance or regional train. Due to rail improvements and line management to and from the new Berlin "Hauptbahnhof" (central station) you now have the possibility to reach the capital even faster. Berlin has one of Germany's best local transportation networks. Regional trains, Subways, "S-Bahn"s, busses or trams will take you from your train station of arrival to your destination extremely fast. From e.g "Ostbahnhof" you can reach Treptow-Köpenick within 15 minutes by S-Bahn.
The public transportation schedules of the Deutsche Bahn AG, the integrated public transportation system Berlin-Brandenburg and Berlin's public transportation association BVG show you the most convenient connections from your doorstep to your destination within seconds.
There are six motorways from all directions which you can use to reach Berlin by car. They lead you to the Berlin Ring Motorway A10, which goes around the city in a distance of about 30 to 50 kilometres.
With the help of the route planner below you can find the best way to your destination in Berlin Treptow-Köpenick within a matter of seconds.
Put in your start address
Put Berlin Treptow-Köpenick as your destination
Push the "go" button
You will reach the interactive route planner map 24. It shows you a detailed description of your route from your home to Berlin Treptow-Köpenick.
Convenient public transportation in Berlin
You can reach Berlin via various waterways from different directions. The City is connected with the important rivers, the Spree (coming from the south east), the Havel (coming from the north and going to the more important German river the Elbe in the west) and the Oder (in the east – on the border to Poland). A network of channels makes the region of Berlin a paradise for water vacations. Here there are a lot of lakes, bridges and moorings where you can have stop overs – especially in Treptow-Köpenick.