The Inlinegames 2016 are back in Berlin with a new organization team and completely new venues. We are currently planning with two different competition venues, one outdoor venue, as well as an indoor plan, in case of bad weather.
Both venues are in the same area (Neukölln district) in Berlin.
Final venue decisions are taken at the end of July and will be shared asap via e-mail and social media (Facebook, Instagram).
Werner-Seelenbinder Sportpark Neukölln
Nearest public transport:
Bus number 246: stop Eschersheimer Str.
U-Bahn/S-Bahn: stop Hermannstr. S+U (U8 / S41/ S42/ S45/ S46/ S47)
Berlin has two major airports, Berlin Tegel TXL (north-west) and Berlin Schönefeld SXF (south-east), which are approximately 20 km from the city center. Further flight information can be found on their official website: http://www.berlin-airport.de/en/index.php
Berlin Tegel (TXL)
The airport is located in the north-western part of Berlin and offers fast bus connections to the main central station (Hauptbahnhof) every 6-7min by Tegel
Bus (TXL bus). The ride takes about 20min. to the central station.
Ticket: For travels to/from Berlin Tegel Airport you will need a single ticket for Zones „AB“. You can either buy a single ride ticket (Einzelfahrausweis AB - 2,70 EUR) or a day ticket (Tageskarte Berlin AB - 7,00 EUR).
Berlin Schönefeld (SXF)
Schönefeld Airport is located in the south-eastern part of Berlin and offers several means of transportation.
Ticket: For travels to/from Berlin Schönefeld Airport you will need a single ticket for Zones „ABC“. You can either buy a single ride ticket (Einzelfahrausweis ABC - 3,30 EUR) or a day ticket (Tageskarte Berlin ABC - 7,60 EUR).
You can take any of the following transportation with the mentioned ticket:
By bus/ U-bahn: Bus X7 and Bus 171 take you directly to the closest metro station, called „Rudow“. The stop is called „U Rudow“ and connects you to the city center with metro line U7.
By S-Bahn (suburban train):
The railway station is just a five-minute walk from the airport via a covered walkway when you get out of the terminal building. S-Bahn trains run every 10 minutes and serve the eastern ring line (S9) via Ostkreuz and the southern ring line (S45) to Südkreuz mainline railway station.
S9 (Flughafen Schönefeld - Adlershof - Schöneweide - Ostkreuz - Schönhauser Allee - Pankow)
S45 (Flughafen Schönefeld - Adlershof - Schneeweiße - Baumschulenweg - Neukölln - Südkreuz)
By Airport express train:
The Airport Express (RE 7 / RB 14) runs twice every hour from Berlin city centre to Schönefeld Airport. The journey time from Berlin Hauptbahnhof (main station) is only 30 minutes.
RE 7 (Flughafen Schönefeld – Berlin Karlshorst - Berlin Ostbahnhof - Berlin Alexanderplatz - Berlin Friedrichstraße - Berlin Hauptbahnhof - Berlin Zoologischer Garten)
RB 14 (Flughafen Schönefeld - Berlin Karlshorst - Berlin Ostbahnhof - Berlin Alexanderplatz - Berlin Friedrichstraße - Berlin Hauptbahnhof - Berlin Zoologischer Garten)
Regional and international bus connections are available through central bus station (ZOB - Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof) with Flixbus/MeinFernbus, BerlinLinienBus, as well as MegaBus and other bus carrier.
The central bus station (ZOB) is located in the western part of Berlin. The nearest metro stop is „Kaiserdamm“ (U2 line - red line), about 3min. walking distance from the bus station. Suburban trains (S41/S42/S46) are available from „Messe Nord/ICC“, 7min. walking distance from the bus station.
The central station of Berlin is called „Berlin Hauptbahnhof (HBF)“ and connects you with regional and international railway stations with Deutsche Bahn (German Railway Service). Berlin Hauptbahnhof is in the center of Berlin and there are numerous ways of transportation from there to your hotel or the competition venue. For detailed travel information, you can check your trip on the website of Berlin public transportation (BVG):