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Conference venue

WeiberWirtschaft eG
Anklamer Str. 38-40
10115 Berlin-Mitte

How to get there:

Public transport:

U-Bahn line 8, Tram M 10, stop Bernauer Straße
Tram M 8
and 12 stop Invalidenstraße/Brunnenstraße
Tram M 1
stop Zionskirchplatz

more info at www.bvg.de

From Berlin-Hauptbahnhof Tram M10 direction Warschauer Straße to station Bernauer Str. (5 stops). Get out in the direction of traveling and turn right at the first street (Brunnenstraße). After approx. 450 m turn left into Anklamer Str., The center is on the left side of the street. Travel time about 10 minutes plus 5 minutes walk

From Berlin-Schönefeld Airport  - Airport Express (runs every 30 minutes) to Berlin-Alexanderplatz. At Alexanderplatz change to underground line 8 
direction Wittenau or Osloer Straße. Get off at the third stop (Bernauer Straße) go in the opposite direction of traveling. 
Turn left at the first street, the center is on the left. Travel time about 40 minutes.

From Berlin Tegel Airport  - Bus 128 to Osloer Straße underground station, change to underground line 8 direction Hermannstraße and get off at 
the 4th stop (Bernauer Straße) in the direction of travel. Turn left at the first street, the center is on the left. Travel time about 40 minutes.

Buying Tickets:

Tickets can be purchased at multilingual ticket machines on the platforms of S-and U-Bahn stations and outside the airport.

In buses, fares are paid to the bus driver, in trams at machines inside the trains. In larger stations the S-Bahn and BVG provide ticket counters.

Validation of Tickets:

Before the journey starts tickets must be validated by stamping them at the yellow or red boxes on the platforms, in buses or trams.

In case of inspection, a ticket that is not stamped is invalid.

Berlin is divided into three tariff zones: AB, BC und ABC. Tariff zone AB includes the urban area to the city boundary. Zone ABC additionally includes Berlin’s surrounding area and Potsdam Hauptbahnhof.

A Day ticket (Tageskarte) is best value. It is valid until 3:00am on the following day.

The 7-Day-Ticket (Wochenkarte) is a good choice, if you are staying for a week. This ticket is transferable.

One Way Ticket:

A single fare ticket (Einzelfahrschein) is valid for one person and a two hour journey through the city. Note: It is not allowed to travel towards the direction of the starting point.

For that purpose a new single-ticket must be purchased.

Fares:
Tariff AB: 2.80; reduced: 1.70 Euros
Tarif ABC: 3.40; reduced: 2.50 Euros

Short Distance Ticket: 

A short distance ticket (Kurzstrecke) costs 1.70 Euros, reduced 1.30 Euros and and is valid for three stops with S- and U-Bahn.

Changing trains is allowed.

The ticket is also valid for six stops in buses and trams, but only if not changing vehicles.

By car:

The WeiberWirtschaft is located in the environmental zone in the city center of Berlin, so a colored sticker is required to drive in it. 
You can find more at www.berlin.de/umweltzone. 
Issuing offices are the motor vehicle licensing authority (Landesamt für Bürger- und Ordnungsangelegenheiten -LABO)
emissions inspection centres such as TÜV, DEKRA, GTÜ, FSP and KÜS, and workshops of the motor  vehicle association specifically authorized for emission
 inspections. In Berlin there are around 850 of such workshops. 
Foreign registered vehicle also require this sticker.
It can be ordered from the English website of the Berlin motor vehicle licensing authority under
https://www.berlin.de/labo/mobilitaet/kfzzulassung/feinstaubplakette/shop.86595.en.php,
Parking in the area is rather difficult and subject to a charge, so we recommend public transport as more convenient.