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Health and Safety

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altAlthough Berlin is a large city, it is quite safe by any standards. Driving is courteous and people are genuinely helpful.
Pickpockets can be a problem around the crowded tourist areas but as long as you are aware of your belongings at all times, you should be fine.
In case of a health emergency, you can call the ambulance number (112) or a clinic, a few are listed below. If you are a citizen of the EU, medical care is subsidized.

-Charité Campus Benjamin Franklin (A University Hospital) Telephone: 84 450; Hindenburgdamm 30; Botanischer Garten, in the Steglitz district in southern Berlin.

-MEDECO Zahnklinik, Berlin-Neukölln
Karl-Marx-Str. 27, 12043 Berlin

-Charité Campus Mitte: Telephone: 450 50; Schumannstrasse 20-21; Oranienburger Tor, Hauptbahnhof-Lehrter Bahnhof. The most central of the big hospitals.

-Charité Campus Virchow-Klinikum: Telephone: 450 50; Augustenburger Platz 1; Amrumer Strasse. In the Wedding district in northern Berlin.
 

 

Transportation/Getting Around

From the airport
Berlin has two Airports; Tegel, about 10km from the centre of the city, and Shoenefeld, about 20km ...
Buses
The bright yellow double deckered caterpillars are an icon of the Berlin city-scape. They are ...
Car for hire
There are facilities for renting cars in Germany, provided you have a valid driving license and are ...
Metro and the Railway system
Berlin has an extensive network of railways which can be fairly confusing for a first time visitor. ...
Bicycles and trams
There are efficient Bicycle routes through most of Berlin and hiring a bike for your stay can be an ...
Driving Tips
Germany has a world-renowned series of superhighways, the AutoBahn; they were in fact the first of ...