Travelling by Car

Berliner RingSix main routes lead to Berlin from the surrounding federal states, connecting with an outer ring road - the Berliner Ring A10 - between 20 and 35 miles from the city centre.

From Hamburg, Bremen, Denmark and the North-West you arrive at the Ring via the E 55 / E26 at Dreieck Havelland. For centre west, follow the Ring eastwards till you reach Dreieck Oranienburg, then follow signs for Zentrum. For centre east, continue to Dreieck Pankow, then follow signs for Zentrum.

From Rostock, Stettin, the Baltic, the North and North-East you arrive via the E 28 at Dreieck Schwanebeck. For centre east, follow the Ring westwards to Dreieck Pankow, for centre west continue to Dreieck Oranienburg. Follow signs for Zentrum. From Frankfurt an der Oder, Poland and the East, you arrive via the E 30 at Dreieck Spreeau. For centre west or east, follow the Ring westwards to Schönefelder Kreuz, then signs to Zentrum.

From Dresden and the South-East you arrive directly at Schönefelder Kreuz via the E 55/ E36. For centre east and west, follow signs for Zentrum.

From Hannover and the West you arrive at Dreieck Werder via the E 30, from Leipzig and the South you arrive at Dreieck Potsdam via the E 51. In both cases, for centre west and east, follow the Ring west to Dreieck Drewitz and follow signs to Zentrum.

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