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The Hotel4Youth am Mauerpark is located in the hip Berlin city district Mitte, directly across from the legendary and famous Mauerpark. The hotel itself is built directly on the former border strip of the Berlin Wall and is only a short walking distance from Kulturbrauerei, our venue.


Getting There and Around

Berlin’s public transit system will take you almost anywhere you want to go, taxis are generally easy to catch and bike rentals make it possible for you to tour the city as you please: Whether you just want to quickly get from A to B or prefer to take your time and explore the city’s sights, Berlin offers you all sorts of possibilities for getting around.
Be it by taking a train, taxi or bike, mobility is a breeze in Berlin.

Checkout the BVG website or Google Maps to plan your trip.



Berlin has 2 airports: Berlin Schönefeld and Berlin Tegel. Both of them are easy to reach.

  • From Berlin Schönefeld to the venue you take the S9 to Bernau, transfer at S+U Schönhauser Allee to the U2 to U Theodor-Heuss-Platz and get out at U Eberswalder Str, from there it’s a short walk.
  • From Berlin Tegel to the venue you take TXL bus to Alexander Platz, transfer at S Beusselstr. to the S41, transfer at S+U Schönhauser Allee to the U2 to U Theodor-Heuss-Platz and get out at U Eberswalder Str. From there it’s a short walk.


Public Transport

The closest U-Bahn station to Kulturbrauerei is “Eberswalder Straße”. The U2 line operates here. The closest Tram station is also “Eberswalder Straße”. You can take the M12, M1 or M10.

U = U-bahn, the underground/metro
S = S-bahn, the train
M = Metrobus, the tram

The BVG website can be used to check all current train and bus connections.



You can call a taxi for a normal ride to the entry Sredzkistraße. If you just want to take a taxi for a short trip of 2km you can hail one off the street and tell the driver you would like a »short ride« or »Kurzstrecke«. Taxi service: 030 210101 or 030 443322



There is a fee-charging parking garage at the entry Sredzkistraße

    • from 7am until 7pm | per hour or part there 1,50€
    • from 7pm until 7am | per hour or part there 1,00€
    • max. Daily rate 8,00€



EU nationals

EU nationals do not require a visa to enter the Federal Republic of Germany.

Non-EU nationals

Generally speaking, all other foreigners require a visa for stays in Germany. A visa is not required for visits of up to 90 days in an 180 day period for nationals of those countries for which the European Community has abolished the visa requirement.

Overview of VISA requirements here
General information on visa requirements