Travel Information

All training workshops, except MES Summer School, and ISO-Trainings in Detroit, will take place at:

Pfefferwerk Stadtkultur gGmbH (Pfefferberg - Former Brewery Complex)

Christinenstraße 18/19, Haus 12 & 14 (can also be reached via Schönhauser Allee)
10119 Berlin
Germany

http://www.pfefferberg.de

Getting there:

Public transport:

If you are coming from Berlin Hauptbahnhof, you can easily reach the MES training workshop rooms using public transport.

Take the S-Bahn to Alexanderplatz station (S+U-Bahnhof Alexanderplatz). Once there, switch to the U2 subway line going towards Pankow, and ride this line two stations to Senefelderplatz station (U-Bahnhof Senefelderplatz).
From here it’s just a short walk to the venue. Head south along Schönhauser Allee and turn right into the location “Pfefferberg”, which you can reach via a stairway. Our training workshops take place in House 12 (Haus 12) or House 14 (Haus 14) – these will be marked with signs.

If you are coming from another part of the city, you can plan your journey using www.bvg.de (journey planner).

Traveling by car:

Please refer to https://goo.gl/eMoqCd to find the best route to reach us. Please note that only limited and paid parking is available at the training workshop location.

Transport from the airport:

For those traveling direct from Berlin Tegel or Schönefeld airports, our training location is a 40 minute taxi ride away from both.

About Pfefferberg:

Pfefferberg is a former brewery complex and is located in the neighborhood of Prenzlauer Berg in the district of Pankow, Berlin (Germany).
The industrial monument was named after the Bavarian brewmaster Joseph Pfeffer, who founded a brewery – including a beer garden - on this spot in 1841. Today, Pfefferberg is the setting for various cultural, educational, and training services and offerings run by non- and for-profit organizations.

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