FAQs regarding your visit to Grüne Woche
Children who did not complete the 14th year of age are only allowed to stay at the exhibition ground accompanied by legal guardians.
No, it is not allowed to take pets to the exhibition ground. Messe Berlin does not have accommodation facilities at the entrance area.
No, the Berlin Senate does not currently have any special requirements for holding events. There are no access restrictions, contact tracking or masking requirements at the fairgrounds.
Grüne Woche is every year in the end of January.
Next year you can come and visit us from 19- 28 January 2024.
You like to plan ahead? The dates for the following fairs are already fixed.
Date of next events:
17. - 26. January 2025
16. - 25. January 2026
Grüne Woche is daily open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.. The extended opening hours are on the second Friday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m..
Arrival & Departure
No, the exhibition ground on which we take place is located outside of the environmental zone of Berlin. This zone starts immediately towards the inner-city.
You can also reach the trade fair center comfortably by public transport (ÖPNV). You can reach us via the following stations:
- Entrance South Halls 1-6
S South Exhibition Center
- North Entrance Hall 19
U Theodor-Heuss-Platz, U Kaiserdamm, S Messe Nord
- Entrance Hall 27
S South Entrance
- Entrance Hall 7
S Trade Fair South
Of course, you can also use sharing offers,and come to us by bike, scooter, or cab. The mobility app - Jelbi already combines many mobility providers, so that the journey is stress-free for you.
You will find taxi ranks at the following locations: CityCube Berlin, south entrance, north entrance.
There are different parking facilities for the fair visitors. You can park at the Olympiastadion for free and go to the exhibition grounds by a free shuttle bus.
There are also a few parking spaces directly at the exhibition ground, which are partly charged.
Messe Berlin GmbH, Messedamm 22, 14055 Berlin
GPS coordinates: 52.50133°N / 13.27431°E
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. All Visa Centers as well as German Embassies and Consulates were informed about this decree AUMA).
For all questions concerning visas, including fees that may arise in this context, please contact the representation in your country: Foreign representation .
You can also inform yourself in advance about the visa fee sheet of the Foreign Office.
Additional information regarding the visa application procedure, requirements for the issue and application forms in different languages are available at the website "visa regulations" of the German Foreign Office as well as at the respective websites of the embassies and consulates general. Persons requiring a visa to enter Germany should submit their applications in good time prior to the respective trade show. A visa application is possible up to three months before entry.
Floorplan & Halls
You will find a neat floorplan with a color-coded hall allocation on our website by the end of the year.
For an overview of all exhibition areas with further information on the respective area, please refer to our hall overview .
The interactive hall plan will be available towards the end of this year. You will be able to have a closer look at the individual halls with the positions of the exhibitors.