Travel

Living in Ibiza or Prenzlauerberg and don’t know how to get to the festival? Here’s where we provide you with all the best travelling tips to get safely, cheaply and eco-consciously to and from our T&P event.

By car:
If you are planning to come to Berlin by car and have an empty place available please consider posting your travel details and contact information below so that you might be able to share your travel costs and carbon footprint with others.

No luck finding a ride here? Check out the following rideshare boards that might be able to help you.
www.mitfahrzentrale.de
www.mitfahrgelegenheit.de
www.hitchhikers.org

By Train:
The Deutsche Bahn is a good alternative for travelling to Berlin in a speedy and comfortable fashion. They offer very cheap group tickets when travelling together with at least XX persons. If you believe you might be back in Germany again this year it could also be interesting to check out their 25% and 50% reduction passes. You can also check out www.ebay.de where people sometimes sell single or return train passes they will not use. Good public transportation connections are available from any of the Berlin train stations to the festival.
www.db.de

By Bus:
One of the cheapest and environmentally friendly ways to travel through Europe is still the bus. There are overnight busses coming to Berlin from just about any major European city. Please check www.eurolines.com for more information

By Plane:
First, before you decide on taking the plane please keep in mind that flying is (after burning down forests) the most environmentally harmful thing you as an individual can do. That said of course it is also often a quick and sadly enough cheap way to travel. Both of the Berlin airports (Tegel & Schonefeld) have good public transport connections to the festival. For a cheap ticket search engine consider: www.skyscanner.net or www.whichbudget.com

In Berlin:
Okay so you’ve made it to the city no how to find where the action is. The closest U-bahn (Metro) station is Pankstr serviced by the U8. From there it is about a 5min walk to the festival grounds. Another option is Osloer str serviced by the U8, U9 and the Tegel express bus service. Check out the provided map for walking directions.

You’re in Berlin now how to get to the where the action is. The closest U-bahn (Metro) stations to Schwelle7 are: U8 Pankstraße, U9 Osloer Straße, U9 Nauener Platz. Other options include S-bahn to Gesundbrunnen or Humboldthain or Bus M27 to Brunnenplatz. There is an express bus service from Tegel Airport to Osloer Straße.
Check out the provided map for walking directions: Schwelle7 Google Map

http://www.vbb-fahrinfo.de

http://www.bvg.de

Comments and Suggestions

danielhayes

Looking for: ride from Barcelona to Berlin around the 18th of April.

marion plesz

Who wants to come with me from Bonn to Berlin on 26th of April?
please sms Marion at: 0043 650 3303995

matthias häberlen

ich suche eine mitfahrgelegenheit von hamburg nach berlin zum festival hin und zurück.

Johanna

Hi,
Ich suche eine mitfahrgelegenheit zurück von Berlin nach Wien am 4. oder 5. April? Fährt jemand?

pilar

i am looking for a ride from bruxelles to berlin around…. this days to go to the festival…

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