Friedrichstraße is definitely one of the city’s main arteries – a key point of intersection between the worlds of business and politics. Right in the midst of it all, opposite Friedrichstraße station in the city’s old and new centre, is the IHZ. You can get to the boulevard via almost all modes of transport.



By public transport

Regional trains, S-Bahn/U-Bahn metro services and trams all stop at Friedrichstraße station. The station is where the east-west and north-south axes of the S-Bahn network intersect. Numerous bus lines stop just over 150 metres away at the Unter den Linden junction.

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By regional train

Friedrichstraße station

RE 1 Magdeburg ↔ Cottbus

RE 2 Wismar ↔ Cottbus

RE 7 Dessau ↔ Wünsdorf-Waldstadt

HBX Harz-Berlin-Express ↔ Berlin – Goslar

RB 14 Nauen ↔ Berlin-Schönefeld Flughafen

RB 21 Berlin-Friedrichstraße ↔ Wustermark

RB 27 Berlin-Friedrichstraße ↔ Königs Wusterhausen

By S-Bahn/U-Bahn

Station S+U Alexanderplatz

S1 Oranienburg ↔ Wannsee / Potsdam Hbf.

S2 Bernau ↔ Blankenfelde

S25 Henningsdorf ↔ Teltow-Stadt

S3 Erkner ↔ Westkreuz

S5 Strausberg Nord ↔ Spandau

S7 Ahrensfelde ↔ Potsdam HbF

S9 Flughafen Berlin-Schönefeld DB  ↔ Blankenburg

S75 Wartenberg ↔ Spandau DB

U6 Alt-Tegel ↔ Alt-Mariendorf

By tram (MetroTram)

Station S+U Friedrichstraße

M1 Am Kupfergraben  Schillerstr. / Rosenthal Nord

12 Am Kupfergraben  Pasedagplatz

By bus

Unter den Linden/Friedrichstraße busstop (150 m walk)

TXL Flughafen Tegel  S+U Alexanderplatz 

100 S+U Zoologischer Garten DB ↔ S+U Alexanderplatz

200 S+U Zoologischer Garten Bhf  Prenzlauer Berg / Michelangelostraße

N2 U Ruhleben  S+U Schönhauser Allee

N6 U Alt-Tegel  U Alt-Mariendorf

Dorotheenstraße car park

Our car park on Dorotheenstraße/corner of Planckstraße means parking near the IHZ is no problem. It has around 500 parking spaces and underground levels.

Zufahrtsbeschreibung ins Parkhaus


There are many sides to Friedrichstraße. The local area alone offers a rich variety of experiences whichever way you turn. It’s just a few metres from Pariser Platz and Hotel Adlon by the Brandenburg Gate, and just a short walk from Gendarmenmarkt. The Federal Press Office, Chancellery, ministries, embassies, opera house and Museum Island are all in the immediate vicinity of the Internationales Handelszentrum. Numerous associations and representative offices are based around Friedrichstraße.

Historic Friedrichstraße
Historic Friedrichstraße, around 1900, many people and the first cars are on the road
Friedrichstraße, around 1900  

Friedrichstraße is one of Berlin’s top addresses. Probably the city’s busiest street, it offers a unique combination of history, culture and tradition. This is where the history of Café Kranzler and Kempinski began, this is where the first movie was shown, this is where novels are set, this is where world history took place.


The RathausPassagen at Alexanderplatz
Eien Frau mit Einkauftüten in der Hand steht lachend vor den Rathauspassagen.
Shopping at the base of the TV Tower.  

A shopping trip to remember – located just a few steps away from Alexanderplatz station in the heart of Berlin, the RathausPassagen offer the ultimate retail experience, with countless boutiques, stores and places to eat. Check it out!


Haus des Lehrers
Das Fries stellt Szenen aus Wissenschaft und Technik dar.
Mosaikfries am Haus des Lehrers  © (c) WBM

An icon of 60s architecture and a true Berlin original: the Haus des Lehrers on Alexanderplatz offers office space with state-of-the-art facilities and unique charm. The flexible layouts, high storeys, cutting-edge technology and incredible views of Berlin’s rooftops make the historic building a perfect location for style-conscious companies.

Haus des Lehrers