On Site

The #rp24 festival site

Luckenwalder Strasse 4-6
10963 Berlin

Accreditation possible for participants with standard, reduced and business tickets, partners, press, speakers and volunteers. 

Deutsches Technikmuseum (DTM)
Trebbiner Straße 9
10963 Berlin

Opening hours

pre:publica (Sun, 26 May)
Admission: 16:00
Closing: 21:00

Possibility to check in already the evening before at STATION Berlin and thus avoid possible waiting times on the first day of the festival.


PROMPTING CULTURE_The AI Conference (Sun, 26 May)
Location: Lokschuppen, Deutsches Technikmuseum
Admission: 11:30
Programme: 12:00-18:30
Get-together: 18:30-20:00


re:publica 24: 27-29 May

Day 1 (Mon, 27 May)

Admission: 08:30 - 22:00
Conference programme: 10:30-20:00
Evening programme: 20:00-01:00

Deutsches Technikmuseum
Admission: 09:30
Programme: 12:30-19:45

Day 2 (Tue, 28 May)

Admission: 08:30 - 22:00
Conference programme: 10:00-20:00
Evening programme: 20:00-00:00

Deutsches Technikmuseum
Admission: 09:30
Programme: 10:00-20:30

Day 3 (Wed, 29 May)

Admission: 08:30 - 22:00
Conference programme: 10:00-20:00
Evening programme: 20:00-05:00

Deutsches Technikmuseum
Admission: 09:30
Programme: 10:00-18:30



Not everything is allowed on the festival site. You can find an overview of what you can and can't bring here:

  • Bottles and containers up to 1 litre are allowed.
  • Large backpacks, sports bags, travel bags and suitcases can be left at the cloakroom. You are welcome to take backpacks, handbags and laptop bags inside.
  • Dangerous items such as weapons, ammunition and pyrotechnic products are prohibited on the grounds. They cannot be taken into custody.
  • Animals are unfortunately not allowed on site, apart from e.g. assistance dogs: contact us as soon as possible at ticket@re-publica.com.
  • Bicycles, e-scooters, scooters, e-boards, skateboards and roller skates must also remain outside.



We recommend travelling within Berlin by bicycle or public transport!

  • U-Bahn (Metro): Take the U1/U2 line directly to Gleisdreieck underground station, or take the U1/U2 line to Möckernbrücke underground station and then walk for about 6 minutes.
  • S-Bahn (urban train): Take the S1/ S2/ S25/ S26 line to Anhalter Bahnhof station and then walk for about 8 minutes.
  • Bus: Take bus line 248 to Möckernstraße. The S-Bahn station Anhalter Bahnhof is also within walking distance (approx. 8 minutes). Bus lines M41 and M29 stop there.
  • Bicycle: There will again be some bicycle parking spaces.
  • Car: It is best to use the Gleisdreieck car park with access via Schöneberger Ufer. Entry and exit is possible Mon-Sun 24 hours a day.
  • Train: With (inter)regional trains, e.g. to Südkreuz or Hauptbahnhof. Connections can be found on the Deutsche Bahn or BVG websites.


With Deutsche Bahn to re:publica 24

Deutsche Bahn offers all participants special conditions for a relaxed and climate-friendly journey to and from re:publica 24! The event ticket can be booked for the period from 2 days before the start of the event or up to 2 days after the end of the event for a single outward or return journey. The travel dates must be specified for the outward and return journey. The Flex event ticket is valid for a maximum of 2 days in each direction of travel.

Event ticket – one-way journey with fixed train connection:

  • 1st class 89,90 €
  • 2nd class 55,90 €

Event ticket Flex – one-way journey fully flexible:

  • 1st class 112,90 €
  • 2nd class 77,90 €

(all prices incl. VAT and while stocks last)

The DB event tickets include a "City" ticket for a connecting journey by public transport from the arrival station in Berlin to the event location and is valid for journeys within Germany from/to Berlin. A valid ticket for #rp24 must be carried in order to use the DB event tickets. Here you can find detailed booking instructions (PDF) and the General Terms and Conditions of Deutsche Bahn (PDF).


Co-working directly at the train station and at #rp24

Our partner everyworks offers you co-working spaces directly at the train station during your journey and your stay in Berlin. With the code "REPUBLICA24" you will receive 120 free minutes for your stay. Find out more about the offer here. You will also find a coworking space from everyworks on the re:publica festival site, which you can use free of charge.


Discount on sustainable travel with FlixBus or FlixTrain

As a mobility partner of re:publica, Flix offers discounts on their sustainable travel options. You will be granted a 50% discount on the fare with FlixBus or FlixTrain. Simply send an email to flix_rabatt@re-publica.com stating your arrival and departure dates and your routes. You will then be sent a personal discount code with which you can apply the 50% discount to your booking.


Hotels & Accommodation

We are happy to announce that #rp24 participants will be able to receive a 10% discount with the code „re-publica“ on their accomodation at LINDEMANN'S Hotel in Schöneberg and fjord hotel berlin in Tiergarten during the conference days. Simply book via the booking portal and enter the discount code in the "Buchungscode" (Booking code) field. Important: The code can no longer be used on site (at check-in). It is valid as of now until 2 June 2024 and subject to availability.



This year we are using a new audio system for the programme on our headphone stages. All you need are:

  • your headphones
  • your smartphone, tablet or laptop 
  • and this app.

Please also don't forget your chargers and power banks! If you run out of battery, you can borrow a power bank from our partner Rechargy for 72 hours free of charge using the voucher code ‘republica24’. You will find a total of six stations spread across the entire festival site.


Food & Drinks

On the festival site there will again be a wide range of food and drinks and various food trucks. The catering of the re:publica has been completely meat-free since 2022 – for participants as well as for the crew.

At re:publica 24, there will be a standardized deposit system for the first time. You can drop off your reusable tableware at two central drop-off stations (in the courtyard and in the open area behind the Community Garden) and get your deposit back.


All information about sustainability at re:publica 2024 can be found here soon.

Accessibility & Inclusion

re:publica wants to be inclusive for everyone. We design the festival grounds to be as accessible as possible and provide a variety of help and support. Unfortunately, however, not all barriers can be removed. For more information on accessibility, please have a look at the site plan and check out our sustainability page.

Most of the festival site at STATION Berlin is wheelchair accessible. A lift must be used to get to Hall 5. Hall 8 is unfortunately not barrier-free. Due to the cobblestones and a difficult angle of inclination, we are currently working on a barrier-free solution for the transition to Deutsches Technikmuseum.

The programme on Stages 1 + 2 will be simultaneously interpreted into German and English. In addition to transcription, a team of sign language interpreters will be on duty on Stage 1 on all days of the event. After the event, we will upload all recordings of the Stage 1 sessions with sign language translation to YouTube.

People with disabilities can invite one accompanying person to re:publica free of charge. In exceptional cases, they can bring more than one person or different accompanying persons on different days. To do so, select the category "Reduced with accompanying person" in our ticket shop. More info here.

Kids Space

So that parents can have a escape from the busy conference with their children, there will again be a Kids & Baby Space on the festival grounds for playing, romping, breastfeeding or for breaks. Find out more here.


Once again this year, an awareness team will be on site on all festival days. You can contact them by phone (030-202371439), by email to awareness@re-publica.com or via the Info Point. People who feel uncomfortable in any way at #rp24, have a bad experience (e.g. due to discrimination) or are in a mentally unwell state will be given a point of contact. Be mindful of each other, support each other and don't hesitate to come to us if you're not feeling well! The awareness team can be recognised by the white waistcoats with the word ‘Awareness’ on them. You can also contact the re:publica crew at any time.

Specific rules for consumables & compliance with youth protection

We would like to remind all participants that the consumption of tobacco products (including cannabis) and alcohol in the presence of younger visitors is not permitted. In the event of any obvious infringements, participants may be approached by the security service and advised to relocate. Due to TINCON, there will be many teenagers and young adults on site, especially in the Lofts, Hall 6 & Hall 4 (Stage 5 left).

Code of Conduct

For over 16 years, re:publica stands for diversity in an open society – which shows in our programme, on our communication channels and, of course, on site.


Any questions?

Just send us an email to info@re-publica.com or check our FAQs!