By car, by rail, by coach or by plan: all lead to the German capital for the UEFA Champions League Final 2015.
Thanks to Berlin’s geographical position at the heart of Europe and its outstanding infrastructure it’s an easy city to access – regardless of if you’re coming from Barcelona or London. Flying to Berlin is often not only the fastest, but also the cheapest way of travelling. Both Tegel and Schönefeld Airport can be easily and quickly reached from the city's centre, and are optimally integrated into the airlines' national and international route network.
Passenger cars and buses must display the appropriate sticker within the Low Emissions Zone. The city centre features a closely integrated suburban traffic network providing unlimited mobility for Berliners and tourists alike at any time of the day or night.
Your way to the Berlin Olympic Stadium:
By public transport:
There two Fan Meeting Points: one at Breitscheidplatz and one at Alexanderplatz. For fans meeting at Breitscheidplatz we recommend using the subway U 12 from the Zoologischer Garten or Wittenbergplatz stations (travel time approx. 15 minutes). Fans meeting at Alexanderplatz are recommended to use the S-Bahn lines S5 or S75 leaving from Alexanderplatz (approx. travel time 30 minutes). Tickets can be purchased from ticket machines: single tickets (€2.70 / region AB) are valid for a one-way journey. Alternatively the Berlin WelcomeCard (€19.50 / region AB) is valid for 48 hours and offers discounted access to over 200 cultural events, sightseeing tours of the city, restaurants and much more.
Please note that the inner city Berlin has been designated as an environmental zone. All vehicles travelling within the S-Bahn ring need to have the correct sticker. The public parking at the Olympic Stadium is limited.
UEFA Champions League City Map
Download the city map with all information for your arrival to Berlin and the way to the Olympic Stadium here