After a concert, on the way to the next party, or back to the hotel: Berlin's buses and trains will take you where you want to go even at night. The S-Bahn and subway are in operation 24 hours a day on weekends. On weekdays, night buses and the Metrotram provide transport connections throughout the night.
Night Buses & Public Transport at Night
Information on night buses and S-Bahn, subway and tram service at night on weekdays and weekends.
Public Transport at Night: Monday to Friday
On weeknights from Sunday to Monday until Thursday to Friday, subway and S-Bahn trains operate only until 1 or 1.30 AM, depending on the line. After that, they are replaced by night buses.
The S-Bahn operates until around 1 to 1.30 AM.
The U-Bahn operates until around 1 AM.
The Metrotram operates 24 hours a day. From 0.30 AM, trams arrive in 30-minute intervals.
Night buses, recognizable by the letter N, replace all important bus lines. The night bus lines N1, N2, N3, N5, N6, N7, N8 and N9 roughly follow the corresponding subway routes.
Public Transport at Night: Weekends
On nights from Friday to Saturday, from Saturday to Sunday, and before public holidays, the S-Bahn and subway operates all through the night. Night buses and trams run all night as well.
The S-Bahn operates 24 hours. At night, trains run in 30-minute-intervals.
The U-Bahn operates 24 hours. At night, trains run in 15-minute-intervals.
The Metrotram runs 24 hours. From 0.30 AM, trams arrive in 30-minute intervals.
Night buses, recognizable by the letter N, replace all important bus lines.