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Can't believe that I'm reviewing a train station, but yes, this is a great one. Huge yet fairly easy to navigate. We took an early DB train and stayed at the Ibis across the street the night before. It's a good idea to try to...More
This modern railway station with a glass design opened in 2006. It was controversial as it was delayed and over budget.
Apart from trains, the link to the trams. It also has shopping.
Surrounding the area, there are hotels and apartments.
You can get here...More
From the title of my review you may understand that it is comparatively new.
Many food options and boutiques.
Several levels of train tracks: U-bahn (metro), S-bahn (suburban and city train), etc.
Intercity Express (speed trains) is on the lowest level.
Seemed convenient and efficient...More
My wife and son intended to come inside while I waited for my outbound train to Stuttgart but due to some traffic congestion and the entrance to the parking garage being under construction and our inability to find the right signs for the temporary parking...More
Beautiful architecture for a train station, not too difficult to figure out the trains, it’s the main train station in Berlin.
Multiple levels, with restaurants on each level, lots of coffee shops and other stores throughout.
Efficiently designed, located beside the river and close to...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... 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