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Arrival in Berlin by car

Routes, distances and more information on getting to Berlin by car.
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From all directions, highways and national roads lead to Berlin. They all cross the highway which encircles Berlin, known as the "Berliner Ring". From there feeder roads, urban highways and exits guide drivers towards the center of Berlin.


Getting to Berlin from the North

Arrival by car from the northeast
Travellers coming from Stralsund take the A20, A11 and A10, until exit 36 "Berlin-Weissensee". From there they continue their journey on the federal road B2.

Getting to Berlin from direction Stralsund, Greifswald

Berlin visitors coming from the northeast reach Berlin on highway (Autobahn) A20. They should stay on that road until the junction "Uckermark" and then follow the A11 towards Berlin. Afterwards, it is about 750 metres on the highway A10 until the exit 36 "Berlin-Weissensee". From there they should continue their way on national road (Bundestraße) B2 towards Berlin. It leads through Malchow, Weissensee and Prenzlauer Berg to the center of Berlin.

Getting to Berlin from the northwest
Travellers getting to Berlin from direction Hamburg or Rostock reach Berlin via the A24 und the A10.

Getting to Berlin from direction Hamburg, Kiel, Rostock

Drivers reaching Berlin from the northwest enter highway A24 east of Hamburg and continue until highway junction Wittstock/Dosse. They follow the A10 towards the center of Berlin.

Berlin visitors heading towards the exhibition grounds or Kurfürstendamm should leave the A24 at the junction Oranienburg and proceed on the A111 towards Berlin-Zentrum (Zoo). Leave the highway at exit 8 Eichborndamm and proceed the the direction Charlottenburg.

Getting to Berlin from the East

Getting to Berlin from the South East
Travellers from Dresden reach Berlin's urban motorway A 100 via the motorways A13 and A113.

Getting to Berlin from direction Dresden, Chemnitz, Cottbus

Motorists driving to Berlin from the southeast should use either highway A13 or A113 in the direction of Berlin. Both lead to Berlin's urban Highway A100. At exit 20, Tempelhofer Damm, follow the B96 towards Kreuzberg. Visitors to the Berlin trade fair should continue their journey on the A100 towards Berlin-Charlottenburg.


Getting to Berlin from the East
Visitors getting to Berlin from Frankfurt/Oder enter the A113 towards Berlin at Schönefeld junction.

Getting to Berlin from direction Frankfurt/Oder

Visitors to Berlin coming from the East can reach Berlin via the highways A12 and A10. At the Schönefeld junction (exit 11) they change onto the A113 towards "Berlin-Zentrum" and continue on the A100. At exit 20 Tempelhofer Damm the route follows the B96 towards Kreuzberg. Travellers who want to visit the exhibition grounds or Kurfürstendamm follow the A100 towards Berlin-Charlottenburg.

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Getting to Berlin from direction South

Getting to Berlin from direction south and southwest
Travellers from Frankfurt / Main and Munich use the highways A9/E51, A10 and A115 to reach Berlin.

Getting to Berlin from direction Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Munich

Berlin visitors coming from the south and southwest will reach Berlin on the highways A9/E51 and A10. At the highway junction Nuthetal (exit 16) they follow the A115 towards Berlin Zentrum, Berlin-Zehlendorf. Travellers who want to visit the exhibition grounds or Kurfürstendamm stay on the A115 until the motorway junction Funkturm and then change onto the A100 in the direction of Hamburg/Wedding.

Getting to Berlin from the West

Getting to Berlin from the west
Travellers getting to Berlin from Hannover use the highways A2 and A10 to reach the capital. At the highway junction Nuthetal their route follows the A115 towards Berlin-Zentrum, Berlin-Zehlendorf.

Getting to Berlin from direction Dortmund, Bremen, Hanover

Drivers approaching Berlin from the West should use the highways A2/E30 and A10. At exit 19, Potsdam follow the signs leading to Berlin-Zentrum. The route continues on the A10 until the highway junction Nuthetal. From there, the A115 leads towards the center of Berlin. Travellers who want to visit the exhibition grounds or Kurfürstendamm continue on the A115 until junction Funkturm and then change onto the A100 towards Hamburg/Wedding.

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