Getting there

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re:publica participants travel from afar

re:publica is taking place in the STATION Berlin in Berlin-Kreuzberg. After its completion in 1913 this former postal freight train station has experienced its share of highs and lows. Once the largest package distribution facility in Germany, it was taken off of the rail network in 1997 and eventually closed down in 2003 following restructuring and rationalisation measures. Two years later, the train station was purchased by PREMIUM Exhibitions GmbH and thoroughly renovated.

Address: Luckenwalder Str. 4–6, 10963 Berlin. A map of the area can be found here.

Using Public Transportation

S-Bahn
Lines S1/ S2/ S25/ S26 to S-Anhalter Bahnhof followed by an approx. 8 min. walk

Bus
Unfortunately bus number 248 to Möckernstraße is not running at the moment, instead you can reach S-Anhalter Bahnhof within walking distance (approx. 8 min.). It is serviced by Bus M41. In addition bus M29 makes a stop at Schöneberger Brücke.
U-Bahn
Line U1/ U2 to U-Gleisdreieck, 1 min. walk.

Bicycle
The quickest and most affordable way to get around Berlin. Bike racks are provided.

Car
From city highway A 100 turn off at exit B96 – Tempelhofer Damm and follow signs to Kreuzberg. Continue straight-on to Mehringdamm. Turn left on to Hallesches Ufer. Turn left onto Schöneberger Str., then turn into Luckenwalder Str. The STATION-Berlin is located on the right-hand side.
Parking
A fee-charging parking garage can be found in the immediate vicinity and provides 1,500 parking bays. Entrance to Parkhause Gleisdreieck on Schöneberger Ufer, Luckenwalder Str. and Köthener Brücke.
Opening hours: daily from 06:00 to 22:00
Costs for short-term paking: 1 € per hour, day ticket: 10€, weekticket: 35€

Image credit: re:publica/Gregor Fischer (CC BY 2.0)