How to get to there?
The Event takes place in a new modern building – the sports centre of „Turngemeinde in Berlin 1848.e.V“ – at Columbiadamm 111 at the borders of the districts Neukölln, Tempelhof and Kreuzberg. The sports centre is a three floor building and our dance hall is on the second floor.
For those who travel by Car, we provide no private car park. Sorry for that! You can use public parking space on the Columbiadamm or on the Lilienthalstraße (Attention: at sunny weekend days public parking space is rare).
For those who use the public transport (this is the better option) to get to the sports centre, there is a bus station („Friedhöfe Columbiadamm“) just in front of the sports centre. The bus M 43 connects the U8 station „Boddinstr“ and U6 station „Platz der Luftbrücke“. The nearest underground station to the sports centre is U7 „Südstern“. You can download a Network Map of the public transport service on this web site.
For those who are arriving by airplane the BER is a bit outside of Berlin, but it has good connections to Berlin city centre with S-Bahn, regional railway express (FEX) and buses (X7, 171 to U7 Rudow).
Moving Around in Berlin with Public Transport Service
Berlin has a very good local public transport. It consists of Underground (U), city railway called S-Bahn (S), regional railway (Regionalbahn), Metro-Buses (M) (buses that run at least every 15 mins), Metro-Trams [M] (trams that run at least every 15 mins) and „normal“ buses and trams. And no matter what time it is, there is nearly always a possibility to move around in Berlin. The undergound keeps working 24hrs at the weekend (Fri/Sat & Sat/Sun). Weekdays, there is a good night bus system with several connection points in whole of Berlin running at least all 30 mins.
Berlin has a simple tariff structure: The City of Berlin lays in zone A and B (where the Circle Line of the S-Bahn marks the border beetween A and B) and the surrounding of Berlin is Zone C. The tournament venue is in zone A. No matter what kind of ticket you buy, you have to buy at least two zones (AB or BC or ABC). So, travelling through Berlin needs just a ticket AB. If you plan to visit Berlin more than two days, have a look at a week ticket rate or the CitytourCard for 48 or 72 hours. The latter might be interesting as it offers reductions in several museums of Berlin. For more information, please refer the website of the BVG