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Check out the venue of
droidcon Berlin and find out
how to get here and around.

THE VENUE

CityCube Berlin

The multifunctional congress and exhibition arena CityCube Berlin opened in May 2014. On three levels with a total of 50 halls and spaces and a pillar-free convention hall for 5,000 persons, the CityCube and the directly adjacent exhibition halls can host events of all sizes.

Since 2017 the CityCube has been home to droidcon Berlin and we are looking forward to welcoming the community back to CityCube Berlin in July 2022.

THE HOTEL

Motel One Berlin-Upper West

Close to Ku’damm, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and Zoopalast, Motel One Berlin-Upper West takes you on a journey through the exciting history of Berlin. The design of the modern rooms is influenced by the works of star photographer Jim Rakete.
The hotel’s prime location makes it perfect for extensive city exploration and offers excellent connections to the main train station, droidcon Berlin venue and airport.

DETAILS

WHERE

CityCube Berlin

Messedamm 26, 14055 Berlin​​

WHEN

July 2022, 6-8  / 8:00 AM – 6:30 PM​​

WHAT

3 days of talks, workshops, codelabs, and sponsor exhibition
from the top teams in Android

Public Transport

 

The closest S-Bahn station is „Messe Süd”, which is a part of the S3/S9 line. From “Messe Süd”, turn left and follow the signs to City Cube Berlin entrance. It’s a 5 minutes walk.

From Berlin main station:
S3/S9 to station S Messe Süd

(ticket for combined zones AB needed).

​From BER:
S9 to station S Messe Süd. Alternatively S45 to station S Berlin Südkreuz. Change to  S41 to station S Westkreuz. Change to S3/S9 to station S Messe Süd (ticket for combined zones ABC needed).

More information on trains and buses: Deutsche Bahn or BVG

Parking information

 

CityCube, Messedamm 26,

14055 Berlin

​P14 (the way from the parking area to the entrance is marked – see graphic)

​Free Parking

Barrier-free access

 

The Berlin exhibition entranceways and exhibition halls are designed for barrier-free access.

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