How to get to the Berlin Town Hall

Street address:
Berlin Town Hall
Rathausstraße 15 (main entrance)
10178 Berlin

Rollstuhlgerecht Wheelchair-accessible entrance at Jüdenstraße 1

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Berliner Rathaus

Rathausstraße 15, 10178 Berlin

By public transportation:

S-Bahn S-Bahn to S+U Alexanderplatz: S5, S7
U-Bahn U-Bahn to S+U Alexanderplatz: U5, U8, U2; U Klosterstraße: U2
Bahn Regionalbahn to Alexanderplatz: RE1, RE2, RE7, RB14
Bus Bus to Berliner Rathaus M48, 248; Spandauer Str./Marienkirche: 100, 200, TXL
Tram Tram to Spandauer Str./Marienkirche: M4, M5, M6; Alexanderplatz: M2

From Tegel Airport: The TXL express bus departs from outside the airport terminal and will take you to the Berlin Town Hall (stop: Spandauer Str./Marienkirche) in 38 minutes.

From Schönefeld Airport: The RE7 and RB14 regional trains (Regionalbahn) will take you from the Schönefeld S-Bahn station to the Alexanderplatz station in 28 minutes.

Timetables of the Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg (VBB)

By car:

  • A114: Follow the signs to Berlin-Zentrum/Berlin-Pankow to the end of the highway, then take the B109, Prenzlauer Promenade, Prenzlauer Allee, and Karl-Liebknecht-Straße, then turn left onto Spandauer Straße. The Berlin Town Hall will be on the left side of the street.
  • A100: Take the Kaiserdamm Süd exit, turning onto Kaiserdamm (B2/B5); keep going straight through the roundabouts, turn right onto Ebertstrasse, turn left at Potsdamer Platz onto Leipziger Straße, and then left again onto Spandauer Straße. The Berlin Town Hall will be on the right side of the street.

Parking (for a fee):

  • Parking lot behind the Berlin Town Hall on Gustav-Böß-Straße
  • In the median on Grunerstraße
  • Rathauspassage parking garage, Grunerstraße 5-7

Buses can use one of eight bus parking spaces (free of charge) at Rathausstraße 19 between Spandauer Straße and Poststraße.

Please note: The Berlin Town Hall is inside Berlin’s environmental zone. The environmental zone includes all of the city center (inside Berlin’s inner S-Bahn ring). Only low-emission vehicles may enter this zone, and these must be identified with a green sticker. More information on Berlin’s environmental zone and on how to obtain the green sticker