Berlin, is always worth a trip

berlinSince the Fall of the Wall, Berlin counts to the most exciting and lividest towns of Europe.

As in time-lapse photography there pulsates the multi-million metropolis which is at the same time the capital of the federal republic and a German federal state.

Berlin offers more than thousand events daily, whether state opera, art opening in the backyard or multicultural festivals.

With more than 20 golf courses in Berlin and in the directly linking up federal state Brandenburg, you find numerous places for a diverse golf vacation. Berlin and the surroundings offer golf courses of famous designers like Nick Faldo, Jack Nicklaus, Stan Eby or other heavyweights of the international course designer scene.

Bye the way: The oldest golf club of Germany, the GC Wannsee can also be found in Berlin. This club can look back at a 113-year-old tradition and exists long since, as the German Golf Federation was founded only in 1907.

Concerning Infrastructure: the capital is well endowed: Beside 3 airports and 3 big railway stations (Bahnhof Zoo, Alexander Platz and the new central station). Meanwhile Berlin is also easy accessible via highways from all directions of the republic.

Accommodation: Berlin offers the probably biggest density in high-class 5-stars hotels in Germany and about an almost unclear number of small hotels and Guest houses. Besides, Berlin offers nowadays over 15 camping places, either in the east share or west share of the town. They offer a good choice as alternatives to the luxury hostels for camper and Caravan fans.

It is a "must" to visit Berlin, the city with the largest population in Germany and with 892 square kilometers biggest town of the republic.

Facts and figures

Number of inhabitants: approx. 3.4 million

Numbers in golf courses (incl. Brandenburg): 6x 18-hole, 9x 27-hole and 5x 9-hole

Ratio golf course to inhabitant: approx. 170,000 inhabitants per golf course


Airport Berlin-Tegel ( IATA Code: TXL

The Otto-Lilienthal airport is considered as the main airport of the town. Here planes from all corners of the world land. Pleasant site effect: Â The short distance into the city centre which you reach with the taxi or rental car in only 20 minutes or less.

Domestic flights to Berlin Tegel are operated by Lufthansa and TUI Fly. Affordable flight connections from Scandinavia can be booked, e.g., via air Berlin and BlueOne.

From Great Britain Air Berlin brings you for little money to Berlin Tegel.

From the Netherlands you reach the airport of Tegel for a good price with Transavia

Airport of Berlin Schönefeld ( IATA code: SXF. Schönefeld is the second big airport of Berlin and is situated in the southeast outskirts of Berlin. The transfer time in the city center takes approx. 45-50 minutes by car and/or public transportation.

Domestic flights: Schönefeld is connected by GermanWings (Stuttgart, Cologne / Bonn, Munich, Dusseldorf) as well as by Ryan Air (Frankfurt/Hahn). Favorable flight connections from Scandinavia can be booked, e.g., via Norwegian, Easy Jet, GermanWings and Ryan Air. Golfers from the Baltic States reach the capital with the Low Cost Carrier Easy Jet.

Airport Berlin-Tempelhof ( ) IATA code: THF

The smallest and oldest airport of Berlin ceased his operation by the end of October, 2008. During the last years, this airport was used primarily by private jet pilots and business charter flights, who appreciated his very central situation in Berlin.

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