Berlin, capital connectivity
This is Berlin, at the heart of Europe and home to 3.6 million people – perfectly connected to all major German cities, countries to the east, including Poland and Czechia, and Denmark to the north.
Major motorways make this site and the German capital easy to reach from all directions. The city also has excellent national and international rail links, and Berlin Brandenburg Airport provides access to the rest of the world.
Located in the greater Berlin area in the north of Brandenburg’s Teltow-Fläming district, approximately 11 km south of Berlin and 8 km east of Potsdam.
Brandenburgische Straße 51-51D
The nearest motorway junction is a direct link to the Berliner Ring (A10), which can be reached in a few minutes. From there, the B101 leads directly into the city centre. If you take the A10 west, you can reach the A115 within minutes, which goes straight into central Berlin. Alternatively, take the A10 east and then the A113, which will bring you to Berlin Brandenburg International Airport or further into the city.
To the motorway
- A10 (Berliner Ring): approx. 1.30 km
- Bundesstraße 101: approx. 1.50 km
To the airport
- Approx. 24 km by car
- Regional train RB32: approx. 12 mins
- Birkengrund station: approx. 150 m
Birkengrund bus and regional railway station is only a short walk from the park and offers good public transport connections.
Separate pedestrian and bicycle entrance only 150 metres from the Birkengrund bus and regional railway station
Parking garage with 300 parking spaces for the entire property plus 51 accessible spaces spread across the site
50 charging points for cars and 60 for electric bicycles
An outdoor shelter and 160 covered bicycle parking spaces