The CityCube Berlin is located next to the South Entrance of the Berlin exhibition grounds. We are looking forward to welcome you on 12.000m².
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Address: CityCube, Messedamm 22, 14055 Berlin
When you arrive by S-Bahn at "Messe Süd (Eichkamp)" please leave to the right following the directions to "Ausgang CityCube Berlin". When you reach the top of the stairs, keep to the right in the direction of the Avus Tribune. CityCube is already in front of you. (Messeeingang Süd/South Entrance is closed)
Distances to CityCube Berlin
suburban train (Berlin Messe Süd) 0.3km
main train station (Berlin Hbf) 7.2km
|airport Berlin Brandenburg (BER) 21.2km||
Are you planning to travel to Berlin by train? Use the joint offer from Deutsche Bahn (DB) and DECHEMA and travel to our conference at a reduced fare starting from 51,90 € (one way).
Further information at http://www.dechema.de/en/train.html.
Berlin is not only the capital of Germany and a city with a long-standing and multi-faceted history, it is also one of Europe’s most exciting places to be. Berlin has something to offer for everybody. And it is also a thriving hub of science and research: With four universities, a number of private graduate schools and globally renowned research centers Berlin attracts students and researchers from all over the world.
The capital attracts artists, creative minds, culture lovers, and theatre fans from all over Germany and around the world. The diverse cultural offerings and the colourful hustle and bustle of the city create a very special atmosphere. Opera performances, art exhibitions, theatre productions, concerts, and festivals are all everyday occurrences here. With around 200 museums, collections, and memorial sites, 400 galleries, three opera houses, eight major symphony orchestras, more than 90 cinemas, about 150 theatres and stages, as well as many other cultural institutions, the German capital offers an almost inexhaustible selection of options. For more information please have a look at homepage of "visit Berlin".
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