bcc - Berlin Congress Center

The Venue

Located in the heart of Berlin, the bcc was constructed in the early 1960ies by architect Hermann Henselmann and focuses on functionality and transparency.

The congress hall is easily recognisable by its aluminium cupola, which is also its largest function room with seats for a 1000-strong audience. Overall the congress hall has over 30 function rooms and 3000 sqm exhibition space. After a temporary closure in the 1990ies, the listed building was reopened in 2003 after extensive refurbishing under its new name bcc, they foyer of which offers an attractive view of Alexanderplatz.

The bcc forms one of the well-known landmarks of Alexanderplatz. Its location’s excellent public transport connections ensure an easy arrival and minimized commuting times. The following information will make your journey to and from the bcc quick and comfortable.

Travel by Public Transport

Regional Train: RE 1, RE 2, RE 7, RB 14
U-Bahn: U2, U5, U8
S-Bahn: S3, S5, S7, S9
Bus: 100, 200, 245, N2, N40, N42, N5, N60, N65, N8
Tram: M2, M4, M5, M6

Travel by Car

From Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER)

Distance: approx. 23 km
Driving time: approx. 35-60 min
Price: approx. 45.00 EUR


For more infomarion, visit : www.bcc-berlin.de

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