Attendee Information

The Venue
Kulturbrauerei Berlin
Schönhauser Allee 36
Main entrance: Sredzkistraße
10435 Berlin

Getting to and from the venue
U-BAHN: U2 Eberswalder Straße
S-BAHN: Ringbahn S42, S4 und S8
TRAM: M12, M1, M10 (Eberswalder Straße)
The BVG website can be used to check all current train and bus connections.
At the entry Sredzkistraße. You can call a taxi for a normal ride. If you just want to take a taxi for a short trip of 2 km you can hail one off the street and tell the driver you would like a “short ride” or “Kurzstrecke”. Taxi service: 030 210101 or 030 443322. Taxi bills cannot be reimbursed by Berlin Buzzwords or newthinking.
There is a fee-charging parking garage at the entry Sredzkistraße
- from 7am until 7pm | per hour 1,50€
- from 7pm until 7am | per hour 1,00€
- max. Daily rate 8,00€

Sunday at the Barcamp (May 25): from 4:30 pm
Please register at the accreditation desk at SODA Moon at Kulturbrauerei. You find the entrance at SODA Club. At the accreditation desk, you will get a Button to write your name on and a wristband which serves as your ticket. Please keep it on your arm until the end of the conference.

Monday Conference (May 26): from 8:30 am
Tuesday Conference (May 27): from 9:00 am
If you didn't register on Sunday at the Barcamp please register at the attendee accreditation desk at Maschinenhaus. A delicious breakfast will be waiting for you, therefore it is worthwhile to arrive at Kulturbrauerei early.

#bbuzz Party
After the last talk (which finishes at 6:10 pm) on Monday, there will be our #bbuzz party until midnight.

Emergency Numbers
Hoping you won’t need them, the most important emergency numbers in Berlin are:
Police 110 | Medical Emergency 112 | VISA/MASTER Card (in case of loss) 116 116

Shopping, Food and Free Time
We are happy to run Berlin Buzzwords at Kulturbrauerei which is located in the "Kiez" of Prenzlauer Berg. Just like the Kulturbrauerei, the district Prenzlauer Berg is a center of cultural life. Even in the GDR era students, artists and creative folks influenced the image of the neighbourhood. After the fall of the Berlin wall it became very hip and trendy. It is known for its varied nightlife and the large number of bars, cafés and clubs - especially at Kollwitz- und Helmholtzplatz there are many coffeehouses and restaurants.

Would you like to visit a museum? You can find more than 300 exhibits in an interactive and experiment-friendly environment at the Computerspielemuseum, Karl-Marx-Allee 93a , 10243 Berlin. It is open on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

* Sunday, May 25, 2014 (the evening before Berlin Buzzwords), 5.00 pm - 9.30 pm (registration starts 4.30 pm), at SODA Moon at Kulturbrauerei (Schönhauser Allee 36, Berlin) Eligible are all attendees of Berlin Buzzwords. To guarantee you a place at the barcamp please register for „Sunday Barcamp and Meetups only“ at

Hackathons & Meetups
Please find a list of all meetups and hackathons here!