Where your goals are achieved
The Exhibition Grounds
We want you to be able to quickly and easily find whatever you’re looking for at ITB Berlin. That is why we do not only offer you our Map of the Exhibition Grounds , but also many other tips and downloads for orientation here in Berlin.
Do you need a visa?
Please consult the German Embassy in your country. In July 2013 a decree was issued by the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs that an invitation letter by the trade show organizer is as a rule no longer needed when applying for visa in order to attend a trade show in Germany.
If the Embassy insists on the invitation letter please refer to our representative in your country or write us an e-mail to email@example.com. More information and links are within the ITB Berlin FAQs.
Entrances ITB Berlin
- Entrance South / Halls 1/2 (Jafféstrasse)
- Hall 7.2a (opposite to CityCubeBerlin)
- Hall 9 (Messedamm)
- Entrance East (Hall 14.1, opposite to ICC Berlin)
- Entrance North (Hall 19, Hammarskjöldplatz)
- Hall 25
Due to security reasons, you need to show your badge or accreditation at the entrance of CityCube Berlin as well. You can also enter CityCube Berlin and the press conferences for free without an ITB Berlin ticket, but you need to register with your name at a counter.
Trade Visitor Halls ITB Berlin
Please note that the trade visitor halls 5.1, 5.3, 6.1,7.1c, 8.1, 9 and 10.1 are closed on ITB-Sunday.
ITB Business Points & ITB Business Lounge
The locations of ITB Business Points will be announced in February. Your place for appointments and trade business.