Berlin-Buch is only 15 km from the center of Berlin and is easy to reach by public transport and by car.
Getting there by car
from Berlin city center:
Along Prenzlauer Promenade (B109) out of the city (in the direction of the Prenzlau Autobahn) directly on the A114 autobahn (feeder to the Berliner Ring A10), first exit: Bucher Strasse, turn right here in the direction of Buch 4 km, at the Hobrechtsfelder junction controlled by traffic lights, turn right at the corner of Wiltbergstrasse
from the East:
Along the Berliner Ring (A10) in the direction of Hamburg, Weissensee exit, here take a left on to the B2 (direction Schwanebeck), at the Schwanebecker Chaussee crossing controlled by traffic lights, turn left at the Alt-Buch corner, 4 km to Buch
from the North (from the direction of Hamburg):
Along the Berliner Ring (A10) in the direction of Frankfurt/Oder to the Weissensee exit, here take a right on to the B2 ( direction Schwanebeck, to the Schwanebecker Chausee crossing controlled by traffic lights, turn left at the Alt-Buch corner), 4 km to Buch
from the South (from the direction of Munich):
From the A9 on the Berliner Ring (A10) in the direction of Hamburg, at the Havelland triangle continue along the A10 in the direction of Prenzlau to the Weissensee exit, turn right here on to the B2 (direction Schwanebeck), at the Schwanebeck Chaussee crossing controlled by traffic lights, turn left at the Alt-Buch corner, 4 km to Buch
Getting there by public transport
To get to Berlin-Buch take the S2 line in the direction of Bernau or Buch.
Take the 150 and 158 bus to Berlin-Buch.
Electronic journey planner of the "Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG)", see link below.
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