Access and Mobility
There are two low emission zones:
Within Inner S-Bahn ring ‘Hundekopf’
Applies 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and all vehicles must display a Green category 4 vignette to enter the zone. Green means:
– Diesel vehicles at least Euro 3 with particulate filter
– Petrol vehicles pre Euro 1 with a catalytic converter fitted.
Further information on the Unweltzone can be found here.
From November 2019, diesel vehicles travelling on parts of 8 streets must comply to Euro 6. Applies 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The streets are:
- Alt-Moabit from Gotzkowkystraße to Beusselstraße
- Brückenstraße from Köpenicker to Holzmarkstraße
- Friedrichstraße from Mittelstraße to Dorotheenstraße
- Hermannstraße from Silbersteinstraße to Emser Straße
- Leipziger Straße from Charlottenstraße to Leipziger Platz
- Reinhardstraße from Charitéstraße to Kapelle-Ufer
- Silbersteinstraße from Hermannstraße to Karl-Marx-Straße
- Stromstraße from Bugenhagenstraße to Turmstraße
A separate vignette is not required to enter the zone.
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Attractions based in Germany outside of Berlin can be found here.
Attractions based in Munich can be found here.
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- Each visitor’s last name, first name and date of birth is needed when requesting registration
- Requests for guided tours can only be submitted for the current month and the following two months.
- Requests to visit the dome can only be submitted for the current month and the following month.
- It is sometimes necessary to cancel a visit to the dome at the last minute, even if the visit has been confirmed in advance.
- Tourism businesses must register as commercial agencies. Submitting a request as an individual/private group or an organisation/company will result in the immediate cancellation of the request.
- Booking requests for the following year can only be submitted from the start of November of the current year.
Guiding in Germany is not a regulated profession, so no prior declaration of certificate is needed when providing services here.
You can read more about EU guiding regulations here.
Please click on the right hand banner to read more about guiding regulations in Europe and the ETOA tour guide ID card.
Public holidays and opening hours
|01 January 2020||Neujahrstag (New Year’s Day)|
|10 April 2020||Karfreitag (Good Friday)|
|13 April 2020||Ostermontag (Easter Monday)|
|01 May 2020||Tag der Arbeit (Labour Day)|
|21 May 2020||Christi Himmelfahrt (Ascension Day)|
|31 May 2020||Pfingstmontag (Whit Monday)|
|03 October 2020||Tag der Deutschen Einheit (German Unity Day)|
|25 December 2020||Weihnachtstag (Christmas day)|
|26 December 2020||Zweiter Weihnachtsfeiertag (Boxing day)|
Events and seasonality
ETOA’s Senior Manager Jay Munro-Michell is focusing on developing the local membership base in Germany.
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