Meeet | Mitte (Berlin)
Chausseestraße 86, 10115 Berlin, Germany
Meeet | Mitte is a co-working and meeting space located in Mitte, Berlin.
Full address: Meeet | Mitte, Chausseestraße 86, 10115 Berlin, Germany
Phone number: +49(0)30 2000624-0
Email: [email protected]
Official website: Meeet | Mitte
The closest Underground stations are on the U6 line: station Schwartzkopffstraße or station Reinickendorfer Straße.
Meeet is right in the middle of the two stations, and it’s a 5-minute walk from each one.
Getting around in Berlin: Citymapper – Berlin
How to get to Meeet | Mitte
Once you are in Chausseestr. 86, please walk to the 1st courtyard at Chausseestr. 86 and find the Meeet | Mitte office and meeting rooms in the old brick building behind the glass door on the ground floor.
You’ll then find the Meeet Pavillon in the 2nd courtyard.
BY METRO / BY TRAIN
Underground U6, station Schwartzkopffstraße or station Reinickendorfer Straße (Meeet-Mitte is right in the middle, 5 minutes walking distance to each oft the stations).
Suburban trains / „Ringbahn“ S41/S42, station Wedding (10 minutes walk or switch to U6).
Bus M27, station Reinickendorfer Str./Fennstrasse (8 minutes walk)
Bus 120, station U Reinickendorfer Straße (4 minutes walk)
BY CAR / Parking
You can park your car along Chausseestraße (there are parking meters).
We can also offer up to two parking spots at our premises (10€ net/day) – please book in advance (call or email – see above).
FROM THE AIRPORT
You can get to Berlin City Centre by flying into Berlin Brandenburg (BER) Airport (BER).
Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) is about 20 km away from Berlin city centre.
Please check out the Official website with all the information on how to get to Berlin city Centre from the airport.
Check out the website visitberlin.de, which contains all the information you need in order to get a taxi.
Do you prefer Uber? Go to the Uber Berlin website.
Getting around in Berlin
Berlin Public Transport System
Berlin’s public transit system website can be found at Berlin.de. Check it out and explore the most suitable travel options for your stay in Berlin.
With a valid ticket, ticket holders have access to all public transport in Berlin, including the S-Bahn, subway, buses, trams and ferries. The fare depends on the tariff zone and the ticket’s period of validity.
Berlin is divided into three fare zones: AB, BC, and ABC. The fare zone AB includes the urban center of Berlin as well as the area up to the city limits. The fare zone ABC additionally includes Berlin’s surrounding area, BER Airport, and Potsdam Central Station.
Public transport in Berlin: https://www.berlin.de/en/public-transportation/1772016-2913840-tickets-fares-and-route-maps.en.html
Disclaimer: The info contained in this page is up-to-date as of September 2023, when the page was created. The page gets reviewed regularly, and your feedback is more than welcome.
Please double-check all the info on the official websites linked in order to obtain the most up-to-date info about the services listed. Avanscoperta is not responsible for missing information or changes.
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