Venue & Hotel
Berlin Marriott Hotel
This year, PostgreSQL Conference Europe will be held at the Berlin Marriott Hotel.
Visitors from out of town can also take advantage of staying at the hotel, to get the easiest possible access to the conference, our events, and seeing the city!
We have arranged for discounted room rates for our attendees, to make a reservation make sure you book via our booking link to get the best rate possible. The negotiated rate is €225 per night for single occupancy and €245 for double occupancy, including buffet breakfast and taxes. The rate is available for booking until October 4, 2022 unless it sells out earlier.
Rooms and facilities can be explored in the interactive walk-through.
Travel to Berlin
The Central Bus Station is located in Berlin Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, in the western part of the city. Berlin is well connected by bus with other larger cities in Germany and in Europe. Detailed information and time tables can be found on the ZOB Berlin website. Also check the website of your preferred bus company.
Right in front of the ZOB is a bus stop, and the bus line 139 stops there.
About 200m away from the ZOB, in western direction, is the S Messe Nord/ICC train stop for the Berlin S-Bahn. The commuter trains S41 (a train circling Berlin in clock-wise direction), S42 (circling Berlin counter-clockwise) and S46 stop here, as well as busses 139, 218, A05, M49, X34 and X49.
Berlin is well connected on the German motorway system.
- from South: the A13
- from South-West: the A9
- from West: the A2
- from North-West: the A24
- from North-East: the A11
- from East: the A12
All these motorways lead to the A10, which is the motorway ring around Berlin. From there, smaller motorways diverge into the city. The inner zone of Berlin city (actually the part inside of the "S-Bahn Ring", where the S41 and S42 circle Berlin) is an environmental protection area. A so called "Umweltplakette" ("green sticker") is required on any vehicle which wants to enter the zone. German cars should already have one of the green, yellow, red of black stickers. Drivers of foreign vehicles can obtain a sticker online. More details on the berlin.de website. Driving a car without having a green sticker can result in a fine of 100€.
The venue has a parking garage, the entrance is on "Ebertstraße 1-3, 10117 Berlin", next to the restaurant "Midtown Grill". Look for an overhead parking sign.
The closest parking garages nearby are:
- Sony Center: Ben-Gurion-Straße, 10785 Berlin
- CONTIPARK: Voßstraße 13-15, 10117 Berlin
The Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) is located South-West, a bit outside of the city.
The airport has an underground train station in terminal 1+2. From there, several trains (as example: FEX, S9, S45, RE7, RB14) are leaving for different stations in the city - check your map. There is also the X71 bus going to Rudow, and from there you can use the Underground U7.
You need an ABC Ticket from the airport into the city. See further information near the end of this page.
by small boat
The Havel-Oder-Waterstreet connects the Havel and the Spree in Berlin with the Oder along the German-Polish border. It's a navigable waterway, and eventually connects to the Baltic Sea. The Waterways and Shipping Office in Eberswalde has more information available.
The Elbe-Havel-Canal connects the Elbe with the Havel-Waterstreet. It is a navigable waterway, and includes two watergates. Eventually it connects to the Nordic Sea. The New Waterways Authority in Magdeburg has more information available.
Travel in Berlin to the venue
The venue is located at: Inge-Beisheim-Platz 1, Berlin 10785 Germany.
by public transport
The closest metro station is Potsdamer Platz.
The following lines stop here: U2, S1, S2, S25, S26, RE3, RE4, RE5, RB10.
From the metro station walk one block north along the Ebertstraße, then turn left into the Hans-von-Bülow-Straße. The hotel is on the right side.
The bus stop on the Ebertstraße is "S Potsdamer Platz Bhf/Voßstr.", the lines M41, M48 and M85 stop here.
Depending on where in (or around) Berlin you start your journey, you need a ticket for the public transport. The venue itself is in the "A" region.
The following ticket is required when starting from:
- Berlin Brandenburg Airport: ABC
- Berlin Main Train Station: AB
- Berlin Ostkreuz: AB
- ZOB: AB
More ticket information is available on the S-Bahn Berlin website. Ticket prices are explained on this website, and you most likely need a "2 hours to destination" or "all day long" ticket. You can also consider one of the "Berlin visitors" fares, if you plan to explore the city a bit more.
The ticket must be stamped at the beginning of the journey or fines are applied. You can do it either on the platform before boarding a train or immediately after boarding a bus or tram.
The price for a taxi to the venue from:
- Berlin Brandenburg Airport: ~50€
- Berlin Main Train Station: ~15€
- Berlin Ostkreuz: ~25€
- ZOB: ~25€
You can use the FREE NOW service to pre-order a taxi.
In Berlin many companies operate rental bikes or scooters. Please check your preferred vendor if it operates in the city.
Things to do in Berlin
See our Things to do in Berlin page for ideas what to do while in Berlin.