Trains are 530% more expensive in Berlin than in Istanbul.
The average meal is 120% more expensive in Berlin than in Istanbul.
Taxis are 550% more expensive in Berlin than in Istanbul.
Coffee is 62% more expensive in Berlin than in Istanbul.
The largest city in Turkey, Istanbul features one of the most beautiful and busiest waterways in the world. The city is serviced by both domestic and international flights all through the year. All flights are handled at either Istanbul Ataturk Airport or Sabiha Gocken Airport. Istanbul Ataturk Airport is the major international hub. The airport consists of two space-age terminal buildings, which feature a selection of excellent facilities for travelers' comfort. Sabiha Gocken Airport is also a busy airport and it handles millions of passengers every year. Major airlines operate regular non-stop and connecting flights from Istanbul to Berlin at the airports.
Getting to the Istanbul Ataturk Airport is straightforward because the city has an efficient transport system. The airport is located about 15 miles west of the city centre. You can reach the airport conveniently by rail through the rapid metro system. You can join the train from metro station, Otogar.
You can opt for the Havatas bus service for transfer to the airport from Taksim square. You can also take a taxi from your location or central Istanbul to Sabiha Gocken Airport. If you are driving to the airport, you can opt for any of its parking options. You can be assured that your car will be safe.
Berlin is one of the popular tourist destinations in Europe. The city is the country's cultural and economic centre and it is renowned for its burgeoning entrepreneurial scene, iconic sights, museums and galleries, historic landmarks and pulsating nightlife. Some of its historic attractions include the Brandenburg gate, Fernseeturm and Kollhoff Towers, Charlottenburg Palace and the Berlin Wall.
For fine dining, Berlin features a wide range of restaurants and bars, including Michelin restaurants, where you can sample delicious delicacies with a pint of local beer. If you want to experience its nightlife, you should visit the rooftop jazz bar Klunkerkranich for all-night clubbing.
Flights from Istanbul arrive at Berlin Airports; Berlin Tegel, the major airport serving the city, and Berlin Schönefeld, the city's secondary international airport. Schönefeld Airport is located about 18km southeast of the city centre. Berlin-Tegel is located about 5km northeast of Central Berlin. There are several bus lines, which run to the city's central train station from the Tegel Airport. From Berlin Schönefeld, you will find S-Bahn trains, which run from the airport to Pankow, a densely-inhabited borough in the city. Alternatively, you can take a taxi to your desired location. If you want to explore the city intimately, you can hire a car as the routes are well-labeled.
Tegel is the Most efficient and smartest airport