Berlin Schönefeld Airport (SXF)
Berlin Schönefeld Airport is behind Berlin Tegel Airport, the second airport in the German capital. In 2018, the airport handled almost 13 million passengers. The airport's largest airlines are easyJet and Ryanair, the only domestic connection to Cologne-Bonn Airport is operated by Ryanair.
Berlin is a city of art, artists and museums. More than 170 museums, including those on the famous Museum Island, showcased the world's treasures to the public. Culturally minded visitors from all over the world gather in Berlin to attend performances by leading orchestras - such as the internationally celebrated Berlin Philharmonic - and to watch ballets and operas in the three main opera houses. A multitude of theaters specializing in plays, variety shows, magazines and cabarets offers entertainment in all its forms.
The famous Kurfürstendamm, the imposing Friedrichstrasse and the independent boutiques in and around Hackesche Höfe offer countless shopping opportunities.
Today, people are looking in Berlin for the latest trends in lifestyle, music and art. Inspired by this flow of creativity, more and more artists from around the world are migrating to the city, making it one of the most exciting destinations in Europe. A characteristic of Berlin, in addition to its exuberance, is the way it constantly reinvents itself. But Berlin also has a relaxed atmosphere and lots of open spaces to breathe fresh air. No city in Germany is greener than Berlin, with its forests, lakes and extensive parks. This relaxed lifestyle can be found throughout the city. When the weather warms up, life in Berlin shifts to beach bars, open-air cafes, cinemas and open-air theaters - perfect for enjoying the sun and mild summer evenings.