USING PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Lines S1/ S2/ S25/ S26 to S-Anhalter Bahnhof followed by an approx. 8 min. walk
Bus number 248 to Möckernstraße, within walking distance (approx. 8 min.) you can reach S- Anhalter Bahnhof. It is serviced by Bus M41, among others.
Line U1/ U2 to U-Gleisdreieck, 1 min. walk.
The quickest and most affordable way to get around Berlin.
Bike racks are provided.
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.
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€
Taking the train to re:publica
We’ve partnered up with Deutsche Bahn to offer you an affordable and environmentally friendly option in getting to Berlin - from any DB train station within Germany. This event ticket is valid from 1 - 12 May and includes a return trip to re:publica costing as little as 99 Euro (standard coach) or 159 Euro (1st class coach).
The easiest way to book your trip is over the phone using the service number +49 (0)1805 – 31 11 53** and quoting key-word “re:publica”. Payments can be made via credit card.
*Tickets must be booked at least 3 days prior to travel. Tickets are designated to specific services, thus non-transferable, and limited in quantity. Ticket refunds or changes to bookings available up to 1 day prior to first travel date, set administration charges apply. Terms for refunds or changes to booking apply are applicable from the date of booking and according to DB conditions of carriage for savings offers. Against a 40 € surcharge, fully flexible tickets (not bound to specific services) are available for within Germany.
**Service number hotline is available Monday to Saturday from 7:00 – 22:00, calling rates stand at 20 Cents per minute from the German land-line network, maximum of 60 Cents per minute from mobile network.