Rent a bus with driver at Coach Charter Berlin and start your tour directly at Terminal T1 Berlin airport BER. The driver can pick you and your group up directly at the Terminal.
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Terminal T1 provides a broad variety of stores, food, and service offerings. There is a flower shop in the public sector, a pharmacy and a tiny regular requires store. Until departure, at different souvenir stores, you should purchase keepsakes and gifts for relatives and friends. Furthermore, newsagents and bookshops sell a broad array of local newspapers, magazines , and books.
You will receive information about your stay in Berlin and Brandenburg from the Tourist Information Desk at Terminal T1. The car rental companies' counters are also to be located at stage E0. A hairstylist, a foreign exchange service and numerous dining choices top out all the airport's offers.
You can enter the duty-free store after check-in and security checks, as well as a wide central square with various stores. Fashion & clothing, souvenirs, games, wallets, and technological and engineering products can be found here. There is something just for everyone.
Meat is available too. Through the supermarket, walk up the food court into the door. The food hall features a broad variety of choices for foreign specialities, from ethnic cuisine to fast casual.
After passport control, passengers who are not Schengen can shop at the duty-free store. There are also more stores and grocery choices. From the restaurant there is a stunning glimpse of the marketplace's hustle and bustle.
The Central Pier as well as the North and South Piers offer additional food options, duty-free shops, newsagents, and bookshops. Even in the terminal areas there is a wide selection of souvenirs and snacks, as well as a newsagent. There are also cash machines and foreign exchange facilities in different parts of the airport.
Terminal T1 is the airport's centrally located terminal. The train station Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg Willy Brandt is located in the basement of the airport. Train, commuter trains, suburban trains (S-Bahn) as well as cars can enter the terminal. There are also parking spots and multi-storey car parks.
Terminal T1 has ten enclosed check-in stands with 118 counters. If you have already checked in and are just flying with your hand baggage, head to the security checkpoints first. T1 provides 36 security checks for passengers on exit and five more for passengers on move.
Pleae learn more about the other 2 main Terminals at Berlin Airport BER and follow these links: Terminal 2
and Terminal 5