Exterior view of the bcc Berlin Congress Center.

Getting there and coronavirus information

The 25th International Metropolis Conference Berlin 2022 will be held in the city centre at the bcc Berlin Congress Center, Alexanderplatz, from 4 to 9 September 2022.

Getting there

The bcc Berlin Congress Center’s address is Alexanderstraße 11, 10178 Berlin, and is easily accessible by public transport (U-Bahn: U2, U5, U8; S-Bahn: S7, S9; tram: M2, M4, M5, M6; bus or taxi).

Please use the local public transport network to get here. The venue is easy to reach from Alexanderplatz station. To plan your journey with public transport, please visit https://www.bvg.de/en/connections.

From Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER), take S-Bahn line S9 in the direction of Spandau, getting off at Alexanderplatz station. The journey takes 40 minutes and you will not need to change trains.

If you are travelling from Berlin Hauptbahnhof (Central Station), take U-Bahn line U5 or S-Bahn lines S3, S5, S7 or S9, getting off at Alexanderplatz station. The journey takes ten minutes and you will not need to change trains.

Since the applicable coronavirus regulations and measures may cause delays at the venue, we recommend arriving in good time on the days the event is taking place.

Hotel allocations

A total allocation of 300 rooms have been reserved for the conference in the following hotels: Radisson Blu and Park Inn. The venue is also easy to reach from other city centre hotels (e.g.Motel One) via local public transport.

Please note that because many events are scheduled for September, hotels will by then be fully booked. We therefore recommend booking early.

Coronavirus information

The event will also implement all government regulations in force in Germany at the time. Attendees will be expected to comply with all pandemic-related regulations in force during the conference.

Up-to-date regulations for Berlin can be found at https://www.berlin.de/corona/en/

The formula against Corona:

please maintain social distancing, wash your hands regularly and wear an FFP2 mask.