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January 05, 2015

A packed ten-day programme of Green Week events

Everything visitors need to know about the world’s largest exhibition for agriculture, food and horticulture

Tips for visitors: tickets can be bought online – Sundays are ideal for a family outing

Berlin, 5 January 2015 – From 16 to 25 January the International Green Week 2015 with its packed programme of events will be awaiting 400,000 trade visitors and members of the general public. Messe Berlin has opening times and ticket prices to suit every type of visitor, both for planned and spontaneous visits. The fair will open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. On the two Saturdays and on the Friday (17, 24 and 23 Jan. respectively) the fair will open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

A day ticket costs 14 euros, reduced-rate tickets for schoolchildren and students cost nine euros. Children under the age of six are admitted free of charge. Happy Hour tickets costing eight euros are available every day (daily from 2 p.m., including on days with extended opening times), and a family ticket (a maximum of 2 adults and 3 children aged up to 14) costs 26 euros. A day ticket on either Sunday of the Green Week (18 and 25 Jan.) costs ten euros. The Sundays are ideal for a family outing. A day ticket for groups of 20 or more costs 12 euros per person, and for parties of schoolchildren (school IDs required) the individual charge is four euros. Unlimited admission to the Green Week costs 42 euros.

Buy Green Week tickets without standing in line: visit the online ticket shop at www.grü to order tickets which you can print out from the comfort of your home. A new feature: the mobile ticket shop. You can use this to download a ticket onto your own mobile device when you get to the venue.

Visitors arriving by car

From the A10 (Berliner Ring) take the A100, A111 or A115 to the Funkturm interchange (Autobahndreieck Funkturm). Look for the exit sign ‘Abfahrt Messedamm’. Parking is available at the Olympic Stadium. From here a free shuttle service will take you directly to the North and South entrances to the exhibition grounds. The exhibition grounds are located outside the Environment Zone. Car drivers arriving on the autobahn and heading directly to the exhibition grounds from the Messegelände/Messedamm exits are outside the zone and therefore do not need to obtain the requisite windscreen sticker.

Visitors arriving by public transport

S-Bahn (light rail system) S5 to Messe Süd station; S-Bahn S5, S7 to Westkreuz station; S-Bahn S41, S42, S46 to Messe Nord station; U-Bahn (underground) U2 to the stations at Kaiserdamm or Theodor-Heuss-Platz; bus routes 104, 139, 349, M49, X34, X49 to Messedamm/ZOB (Main Bus Station).

Additional information, for example about online ticket purchases, low-cost trips to Berlin and overnight accommodation, is available on the internet at

You can find general information about exhibitors and products at the Green Week at the website of the Virtual Market Place.