How to Get To Messe Berlin
GPS: 52°30'11.2"N / 13°16'03.9"E
By Public Transport
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The delegate badges and registration confirmation e-mails also include a ticket for the public transport in Berlin which is valid from September 16 - 22. The ticket is valid for the fare zones A, B, and C (https://sbahn.berlin/en/tickets/the-vbb-fare-explained/fare-zones/) which cover the complete city of Berlin including the connection to the airport BER.
Berlin public transport is provided by the BVG (https://www.bvg.de/en). They provide a navigator on the website and apps in the app store of your choice as well. A standard ticket is valid for S-Bahn, U-Bahn, Bus and Tram, also most regional trains are included. Check with the app, website or ticket office.
S-Bahn station: Messe Süd (S3, S9)
U-Bahn station: Theodor-Heuss-Platz (U5)
Bus stop: Messegelände/ICC (143, 349 and N43)
The S-Bahn station is closest to hub27.
Trains are run by Deutsche Bahn (https://www.bahn.com/en ). All trains stop at central station (Hauptbahnhof). Most regional and some long-distance trains have additional stops like Gesundbrunnen, Südkreuz or Charlottenburg. Check which one is best for your arrival. When you book your ticket, you can give the nearest S-Bahn station to your hotel/the venue as arrival point without extra fee.
Messe Berlin offers special deals on train tickets. Please check here: https://www.messe-berlin.de/en/visitors/arrival-departure/arrival/
From the Airport
The BER Airport is located in the south east of Berlin. The nearest other options are to fly to Leipzig/Halle, Dresden, Braunschweig, Hannover or Hamburg Airports and continue by train. For the latter please check the description above.
When arriving at BER:
Option 1, by train: regional train (RE7 to Dessau, RB14 to Nauen) or Airport Express Train (FEX to Hauptbahnhof)
Option 2, by S-Bahn: S9 to Spandau or S45 to/via Südkreuz
Option 3, by car: Taxi and car rental are available at the airport
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