Information about public transport:
Android users might install the app "Öffi" to plan their connections.
The tournament venue "Japanisch-Deutsches Zentrum" is located right next to the subway station "Oskar-Helene-Heim". The line U3 stops here. U3 connects the following stations:
On workdays U3 runs from 4:00 until 0:30, every 5 or 10 minutes. At the weekend it runs around the clock, every 10 or 15 minutes. Travel time from endstation "Nollendorfplatz" is 20 minutes.
The following bus lines stop at "Oskar-Helene-Heim": 110, 115, 285, 623, X10 and the night busses N3, N10.
For all listed stations a ticket for zone AB is needed. Tickets are valid for subway (U-Bahn), suburban train (S-Bahn), busses, tram and regional trains. Transfers are generally permitted. All tickets have to be stamped before entering U- or S-Bahn trains. For busses, stamping is done inside the bus.
|Kurzstrecke||3 stations or 6 bus stops, no transfer||1,70 Euro|
|Einzelticket||2 hours after stamping||2,80 Euro|
|4-Fahrten-Ticket||you get 4 pieces of "Einzelticket"||9,00 Euro|
|Tagesticket||entire day, up 3 AM of next day||7,00 Euro|
Exhibition about the Allied in Westberlin located in the former cinema of the US-Army
Clayallee 135, about 650 m by foot
Riemeisterfenn, about 1,8 km by foot or one station to U3 "Onkel Toms Hütte"
... at lake "Krumme Lanke"
about 2,5 km by foot or one station to U3 "Onkel Toms Hütte"
... is moderately famous for its stations in Jugendstil (art noveau):
Hohenzollernplatz, Fehrbelliner Platz, Rüdesheimer Platz, Breitenbachplatz and especially Heidelberger Platz