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Neat railway station with trains running across three levels and 16 tracks. Lots of shops to visit including food options. Clean paid toilets. In its current form was opened in May 2006 with the architect being Meinhard von Gerkan.
It's a work of art. I stood and just took it all in, it's an awesome sight to see trains on 3 levels above you and below you.
Got a really modern futuristic feel about it, train spotters paradise with trains from all over Europe...More
Located not far from the Riechstag this architecturally designed hub serves both rail and underground services.
It spans three levels with a concourse offering food and retail outlets. Like most DB structures it features a high glass expanse which provides a lot of light. It...More
Modern, inviting building on multiple levels - with services both local and international, including the U-Bahn and S-Bahn. Tram and bus services right outside the main doors makes transport interchange so easy - round-city tourist trips also operate from here.
Well laid out with plenty...More
We arrived far too early for our train the Munich (incidentally, the ONLY person we encountered in our entire week in Germany that did not speak English was the woman who sold us our train tickets) so had plenty of time to explore the dozens...More
Very impressive railway station , lots of shops and places to eat, all levels easily reached by lifts or escalators. Felt a clean safe place to be. DB have done a great job with their station, the Intercity Hotel we stayed in is just a...More
The train station of Berlin location is centralized, with train, tram and bus connecting to many tourist attractions. The train station is busy and there are many shops, eatery and supermarket there that is also open even in the weekend. Train arrived on time as...More
This is one of the best, easy to navigate and the information desk are a great help. Plenty of places to eat, had the best kebab ever at one outlet and love the Vapiano restaurant. Used the VIP lounge before we left for Brussels and...More
Our first time in Berlin and we took a train to Prague from here. We recognized the building from seeing it on the TV series Homeland. There are four levels here, the top level is for metro area trains and the lowest level is for...More
When you first arrive the shear size of the station with all of it's levels is overwhelming but it is actually quiet simple. They have a great service center for info or to buy a ticket. be sure to get your Berlin card and don't...More
You may not realize Moabit is one of the city’s most central neighbourhoods when you arrive at Hauptbahnhof (central station). Surrounded by waterways, Moabit is a quiet island protected from the hustle and bustle of Berlin. The crowds that do gather prefer spending their evenings in cozy restaurants over the party venues offered by other districts. With its beautiful parks, old housing and romantic industrial areas, life
has traditionally been relaxed and a bit slower here. But the tone may soon be changing. Reasonable housing costs and proximity to city centre are attracting more young Berliners and international visitors. This interest is encouraging new bars, cafés and nightclubs, making Moabit a candidate for most up-and-coming neighbourhood in the city.
If someone is expecting to see rodents in the train stations in Germany, they will most likely not see any, as cities and rail services maintain high levels of pest control as well as cleanliness. This doesn't imply that... More
If someone is expecting to see rodents in the train stations in Germany, they will most likely not see any, as cities and rail services maintain high levels of pest control as well as cleanliness. This doesn't imply that there can't be any, but it is highly unlikely that a traveler will encounter either rodents or roaches. Certainly not in the food stalls or restaurants. I tried to see what was the question, but all I saw was to responses related to rodents and the Berlin HBH