Getting to Brandenburg Gate

How to get to Brandenburg Gate which is easily accessible by public transportation.

A photo of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany, with the S-Bahn station in the foreground

S-Bahn:

For Brandenburg Gate transportation the closest S-Bahn station is S+U Brandenburger Tor, which is just a short walk from the gate. You can take the S1, S2, S25, or S26 lines to this station.

A photo of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany, with the U-Bahn station in the foreground.

U-Bahn:

The closest U-Bahn station is U5, Public transportation to Brandenburg Gate​ which is also just a short walk from the gate. You can take the U55 line to this station.

A photo of a bus in Berlin with the Brandenburg Gate in the background.

Bus:

Best way to get to Brandenburg Gate​. There are several bus lines that stop near the Brandenburg Gate, including the 100, 200, M41, M48, and M85 lines.

A photo of a person walking in a park near the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.

Walking:

If you’re feeling up to it, you can also walk to the Brandenburg Gate from many parts of central Berlin. It’s about a 15-minute walk from Alexanderplatz, and about a 20-minute walk from Checkpoint Charlie.

A photo of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin with the Reichstag Building in the background.

Once you're there

Once you’re at the Brandenburg Gate, you can explore the area on foot. There are several other historical landmarks nearby, such as the Reichstag Building, the Holocaust Memorial, and the Berlin Wall Memorial. You can also visit the Brandenburg Gate Museum, which is located inside the gate.

A photo of a person checking the schedule of the public transportation in Berlin.

Here are some additional tips for getting to the Brandenburg Gate:

Buy a day pass for the public transportation system. This will save your money on multiple rides.
Check the schedules before you go, so you know which train or bus to take.
Be aware of your surroundings and take precautions against pickpockets.

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