Die Kalkscheune, a former machine tool and bicycle factory, has been booked for the event. It is right in the centre of vibrant Berlin and offers excellent and easy access by train and air. .
Phone: +49 30 59 00 4340
Fax: +49 30 59 00 434 11
Flights: Berlin has two airports:
Tegel International Airport (main airport) located in the north-west of the city is the main airport for international carriers and a hub for domestic flights.There are numerous direct flight connections between Berlin and major German & European cities. Tegel airport does not have a train station, take a bus or taxi in to the city.
Schönefeld Airport. This airport, south-east of Berlin is the base for most low-cost airlines (e.g. easyJet, Ryanair and Germanwings) and charter flights in addition to traffic from Eastern Europe. This airport is served by the S-Bahn and regional trains.
Train: Berlin is easily reached by train and is served by ICE, InterCity and EuroCity trains by the national German train corporation (DB) which offers connections between Berlin and other German and major European cities.
Things to do in and around Berlin
There are so many things to do in Berlin it's hard to choose. But there are a few things you should definitely not miss when you're there ... Afterwards, you might not be ready to say the famous words “Ich bin ein Berliner”, but you will have a lot to tell back home.
Visit the Brandenburger Tor (Brandenburg Gate), Fernsehturm (TV Tower), the Parliament, the Zoological Garden, Checkpoint Charlie (border crossing between East and West Berlin), Museumsinsel (literally "Museum Island") best known for the vast Pergamon-Museum, which houses an extensive collection of ancient Greek, ancient Middle-Eastern and Islamic art and architecture, just to mention a few of the things you can do while in Berlin.