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I am planning to arrive to Berlin to Schoenefeld Airport and need a hint on how to get to central Berlin. I am going to stay at Kubrat Hotel near Check Point Charlie.

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The Kubrat Hotel (Checkpoint Charlie) at the Leipziger Straße 21: You use the Airport Express RE7 or RB14 in direction Hauptbahnhof which is coming each hour. You leave the train at Friedrichstraße after 20-25 min and enter the U6 in direction Alt-Mariendorf. After two stations you leave the U6 at Stadtmitte. You go in direction Leipziger Straße, after 60m you are directly in vicinity of the Hotel.

Nice stay.

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Thanks to all for the help. It was great to have a hand on this. – QuiqueUst Apr 11 '14 at 4:59
+1 The way from Friedrichstraße to Leipziger Straße is also completely walkable, should you want to. – Relaxed Apr 11 '14 at 12:59
Thanks for your comment !!! – QuiqueUst Apr 12 '14 at 4:39

Google Maps route planner has you covered. The journey will take around 45 minutes.

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Could you at least elaborate in your answer? I know Google's pretty reliable, but if the link breaks or maps are down, it's nice to have the directions/instructions in the answer. – Mark Mayo Apr 11 '14 at 0:31
Thanks for your answer. – QuiqueUst Apr 11 '14 at 4:59
Thorsten S. already spelled it out. I would also argue that train/bus schedules tend to change very often, so a link/suggestion to use Google Maps is better in the long term. – JonathanReez Apr 11 '14 at 13:15

Take the RE7 Airport Express and do not take the S-Bahn. It stops very often it will take ages.

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