How to get there
The Hotel InterContinental is centrally located being only 20 minutes away from Tegel airport and 10 minutes from Zoologischer Garten (train station) and can easily be reached by taxi or public transportation.
In Berlin, there are nearly 7000 taxis waiting to take you to your destination – safely and comfortably.
Taxi-Ruf Würfelfunk “0800-Cabcall” AG
+49 (0)800 – 222 22 55
+49 (0)800 – 26 30000 or +49 (0) 30 – 26 30 00
Funk Taxi Berlin
+49 (0)30 – 26 10 26
TaxiFunk Berlin GmbH
+49 (0)30 – 44 33 22
Berlin has an extensive network of underground lines (U-Bahn), urban railway lines (S-Bahn), buses and tramways (Tram), allowing you to reach every location in town in a safe and convenient way. A system of night buses and trains keeps you mobile even at night.
BVG (U-Bahn, Bus, Tramway & Ferry)
Call Centre: +49 (0)30 – 19 44 9
BVG Network Maps can be found here
S-Bahn Berlin (Urban Railway)
Call Centre: +49 (0)30 – 29 74 33 33
Detailed information on accessibility and directions will be sent in form of an information package to all participants and exhibitors upon registration. If you need more information, please contact us at email@example.com.
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