The BarCamp will take place at:

Oudenarder Str. 16
13347 Berlin

Accessibility information is available below.

Getting to Berlin

By train

from the central station (Hauptbahnhof), you have many options with public transport.

  • Take the bus 120 in direction U. Paracelsus Bad, change at U. Seestraße to take the tram M13 in direction S. Warschauerstr. and get off at the "Osram Höfe" tram stop, which is 200 meters away from the venue
  • Tram M10 to U. Turmstr (end station), followed by the metro U9 in direction Osloer Str., and get off at U. Nauener Platz which is in walking distance of the venue
  • Find more options using the VBB trip planner.

You can buy a single ticket for 3.50€ (covering all parts of the trip) from a yellow VBB or red DB ticket vending machine as a single ticket for the A and B zones. Don't forget to validate the ticket by stamping it on the platform or bus stop (only once, at the beginning of your trip). If you anticipate doing more than three trips with public in the coming 24 hours, it is worth getting a 24h ticket ("24-Stunden-Karte") for 9.90€, which is valid for 24h after the time of stamping.

By plane

the nearest airport is Berlin Brandenburg (BER). One option is to take the FEX train (direction Berlin Hauptbahnhof), change at Berlin Gesundbrunnen to take the metro U8 towards Wittenau, change in U Osloerstr to take the M13 direction Wedding and get off in Osram-Höfe, which is 200m away from the venue. Find more options using the VBB trip planner.

You can buy a single ticket for 4.40€ covering all parts of the trip (for zones A, B and C) from a yellow VBB or red DB vending machine. Don't forget to validate the ticket by stamping it on the platform or bus stop (only once, at the beginning of your trip).




Close to the venue, you have the following options nearby:

EU visa


If you are coming from outside of the EU and don’t have EU citizenship, you may need a Schengen visa to enter the country. Check on the German government website whether you need a visa to attend an event activities in the Germany. The organizers will be able to provide an invitation letter if you need it as supporting document for your application.

Note that your passport must be valid at least 6 months after the date you leave Germany.



Important: lift access to the venue is possible, but needs to be arranged ahead of time. If you need lift access, please mention it when registering or contact the organizers.

The following accessibility details are taken from Tuechtig's website and translated via


All rooms are wheelchair accessible. New door handles have been specially developed so that people of small stature can open the doors. A digital guidance system from MindTags GmbH provides information in TUECHTIG about the rooms and their contents (works of art, etc.) via sign language, audio description, easy language or "normal" language.


Adjustable desk tops can be adjusted to the appropriate height for people of short stature and people with spinal disc problems. The KonFAIRenz desk was specially developed, which, with its three different heights, also allows wheelchair users to sit at the desk.


Both a mobile ring loop and a Roger Pen are available so that hearing-impaired people, for example, can take part in communication more easily.

Personal support

At TUECHTIG, work assistants are on hand to help flexibly and quickly - for example with telephoning (for deaf people), proofreading/helping with spelling (refugees) or reading aloud (blind people using non-accessible websites).

Psychologists help employees or self-employed people who want to return to their previous working life after a longer period of sick leave due to cancer, burnout or depression. These long-term patients often first have to learn how to organize their time differently, restructure their day or build up their self-confidence. With the help of a psychologist, they learn to recognize their limits, articulate them and avoid falling back into old work patterns

TUECHTIG is an office for all people - whether they come from Berlin or Baghdad, whether they speak with their mouth or their hands, whether they are in a wheelchair, blind or hard of hearing, whether they are just starting a company or are looking for a way back into working life after an illness. We want to improve the social participation of each and every individual and are constantly working to break down existing barriers.