There are 3 ways to get from Tegel to Alexanderplatz station by train, taxi or car
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Take the train from U Holzhauser Str. to S+U Friedrichstr. Bhf
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Take a taxi from Tegel to Alexanderplatz station
Drive from Tegel to Alexanderplatz station
Tegel to Alexanderplatz station by train
The train journey time between Tegel and Alexanderplatz station is around 25 min and covers a distance of around 11 km. This includes an average layover time of around 5 min. The fastest train normally takes 23 min. Operated by BVG, S-Bahn Berlin, Deutsche Bahn Regional and others, the Tegel to Alexanderplatz station train service departs from U Holzhauser Str. and arrives in S+U Alexanderplatz Bhf. Typically 1578 trains run weekly, although weekend and holiday schedules can vary so check in advance.
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Tegel to Alexanderplatz station train schedules
Trains departing Monday, October 18, 2021
Trains departing Tuesday, October 19, 2021
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The national COVID-19 helpline number in Alexanderplatz station is 116 117.
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Last updated: 16 Oct 2021
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Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Tegel to Alexanderplatz station is to drive which costs €1 - €2 and takes 16 min.
The quickest way to get from Tegel to Alexanderplatz station is to taxi which costs €24 - €30 and takes 16 min.
No, there is no direct train from Tegel to Alexanderplatz station. However, there are services departing from U Holzhauser Str. and arriving at S+U Alexanderplatz Bhf via S+U Friedrichstr. Bhf. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 21 min.
The distance between Tegel and Alexanderplatz station is 10 km. The road distance is 12.1 km.
The best way to get from Tegel to Alexanderplatz station without a car is to train which takes 21 min and costs €3 - €7.
It takes approximately 21 min to get from Tegel to Alexanderplatz station, including transfers.
Tegel to Alexanderplatz station train services, operated by BVG, depart from U Holzhauser Str. station.
Tegel to Alexanderplatz station train services, operated by BVG, arrive at S+U Friedrichstr. Bhf station.
Yes, the driving distance between Tegel to Alexanderplatz station is 12 km. It takes approximately 16 min to drive from Tegel to Alexanderplatz station.
There are 752+ hotels available in Alexanderplatz station. Prices start at €87 per night.
What companies run services between Tegel, Germany and Alexanderplatz station, Germany?
BVG operates a train from U Holzhauser Str. to S+U Friedrichstr. Bhf every 10 minutes. Tickets cost €2 - €4 and the journey takes 17 min.
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