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[Europe Live Venue] Berlin, Germany: Berlin Philharmonie

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Berlin Philharmonie is a concert hall in Berlin, Germany. It is home to the Berlin Philharmoniker and is used for concerts such as classical music. A pipe organ is installed at this venue. Since opening in 1963, the main concert has been classical. It has a capacity of 2400 people.

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Berliner Philharmonie

Venue nameBerliner Philharmonie
Seating capacity2400
Opening1963
addressHerbert-von-Karajan-Straße 1, 10785 Berlin, Germany
phone+4930254880
URLStartseite | Berliner Philharmoniker (berliner-philharmoniker.de)

Nearest station

Potsuda Marplatz Station

airport

The nearest airport is Berlin Brandenburg International Airport.

nameBerlin Brandenburg International Airport
addressWilly-Brandt-Platz, 12529 Schönefeld, Germany
URLWelcome to BER (berlin-airport.de)

Berlin traffic

Berlin is a very developed city with very convenient transportation. It’s easy to access and you won’t have any trouble with transportation. There are four public transport systems in Berlin. All transportation in Berlin is under the control of BVG, so tickets are common. There are three types of charges, AB, BC, ABC and zone. Berlin public transport tickets are usually available at U-Bahn and S-Bahn stations.

BVP

  • Short-distance ticket: 1.90 euros (children’s fee 1.40 euros)
  • 1-day ticket: 1-day unlimited ride ticket.
  • 1-week ticket: Approximately 4.8 euros per day when used for 7 days.
  • Group ticket: Group tickets can be shared by up to 5 people.

Map

Suburban railway

It is mainly an elevated train that runs a medium- to long-distance train with the S mark on the green sign. In particular, the line that runs inward and outward, such as the Yamanote Line in Tokyo, in the center of Berlin is called the Ringburn.

subway

It is called U-Bahn, and the U mark is a landmark on the blue signboard, which is the subway. The U-Bahn runs 24 hours a day on weekends, so you don’t have to worry about the time.

bus

The bus stop may also have an electronic bulletin board that displays the estimated time of arrival of the bus. It is convenient because it covers even the smallest street corners where the U-Bahn does not reach.

Tram

A tram that runs mainly on the former East German side. Since it takes the same road as a car, it takes a little time to move, but the distance to the city from the car window is close, and you can see the people on the road closely.

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