Travel

Your Trip to Berlin

We are pleased to offer special travel arrangements for attendees coming to the WeAreDevelopers World Congress 2022.

Train

Use sustainable transport and relax while you travel to Berlin with the Deutsche Bahn Event Ticket.

Your event travel ticket at a fixed price

One-way event ticket with fixed train connection:
1st class €80.90
2nd class €49.50

Event single journey fully flexible:
1st class €98.90
2nd class €67.50

If you have any questions about the booking process, please contact the service number +49 (0) 30 58 60 20 901.

Plane

Travel to Airport Berlin-Brandenburg (BER)

Benefit from reduced fares for event attendees for flights with airlines from the Lufthansa Group.

The global route network of Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, SWISS, Brussels Airlines and Eurowings offers optimal connection and combination options, so you will benefit from quick and direct flights to the event.

Use the booking platform for event attendees via this link https://www.lufthansa.com/de/en/meetings-and-events-delegates
Use the event code ATZLNRJ to get reduced fares.

NOTE: Please enable pop-ups in your browser while booking, otherwise the window in the booking platform may not open.

You can also book your flights through your IATA travel agency. The travel agency can request the ticketing instructions by sending an email to lufthansa.mobility@dlh.de, stating the event code ATZLNRJ.

Visa Information

Joining us from outside the EU?

For shorter visits under 90 days in a 180-day period, a visa is not required if your country is on the list of countries the European Community has abolished the visa requirement for.

For any additional information as well as a list of exempt countries, please refer to the official website of the German foreign office (visa requirements/exemptions).

If you need a Visa and the embassy requires you to provide a Visa support letter, please send us an inquiry to info@wearedevelopers.com with the subject line Visa Support Letter.

Entry To Germany
COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, additional requirements (e.g. entry registration, vaccination or testing proofs) for entry into Germany may apply if you travel from certain countries.

For additional info on entry and testing requirements please visit the official website of the German foreign office (COVID-19: entry and quarantine regulations in Germany).

Getting around in Berlin

BVG local transport with travel on the S-Bahn (city railway) and U-Bahn (subway), as well as buses and trams.

As an alternative to public transport, why not organize Velotaxis as a green shuttle service or (e-)bikes for a city tour? Or, for an especially memorable experience, how about Segways for location hopping?

Berlin Welcome Card: The city card includes free use of public transportation and reductions for 200 attractions.

BVG AppPublic Transportation can be tricky, so plan ahead with the BVG app which has the latest information on delays, times, and allows for ticket purchases on the spot.

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Taxis
If you’re in need of a taxi, do check out the city’s official guide on taxi etiquette and fares. It also includes a list of companies. In addition, the Berlin Taxi-App is completely free and allows you to quickly order a ride around the city.
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Public transportation at night
From Sunday to Friday the Berlin U-Bahn (subway) and S-Bahn (city railway) operate until 1 am and 1:30 am respectively and are replaced by night buses afterwards.

Getting to know Berlin

Planning to explore during your stay? From nightlife and fine dining to beer gardens, breweries and traditional local cuisine, Berlin offers an abundance of clubs, bars and restaurants to explore and experience. And if you’re in the mood for some sightseeing these apps will help you explore and learn about the city.

Going Local Berlin App
Download the free app for infos and tips on Berlin to feel like a real Berliner. Plus: It’s also available offline.
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About Berlin App
Download this free app if you want to learn about Berlin’s history, politics or its societies and subcultures.
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