A detailed guide to Berlin’s Britzer Garden, where Pokémon GO Fest 2022: Berlin will be held from Friday, July 1, 2022 through Sunday, July 3, 2022. Learn about the park’s layout, how to travel to Britzer Garden, how to use public transportation, and what to anticipate in terms of Gyms and Poké Stops.
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Note:Please be warned that this article includes spoilers for both the real-life and PoGo versions of the place! And please keep in mind that English is not my first language =)
The Britzer Garten is situated on Berlin’s southern outskirts. The Park was created as a local leisure area and as part of the “Bundesgartenschau,” a contemporary landscaping and horticulture display with various themes throughout the park. Because of its size of 110 hectares, it can easily handle 20.000 visitors at the same time (I asked an employee at the garden).
But first things first:
- Please use public transportation to get to the park. Parking in the park is quite restricted, and taking a cab or Uber will be prohibitively costly.
- During the PoGo Fest, you may purchase a ticket for all buses, metro lines, and local trains (no fast trains) for 9€. This ticket is valid for the whole month. So you’ll just have to spend 9€ for all transportation throughout Berlin and Germany!
- Please download the Berlin public transit system’s official app (BVG). The app “BVG Fahrinfo” is available for free download from the app store.
- It is the simplest method to locate the best route to go from point A to point B in Berlin, and you can purchase the 9€ ticket using the app (Monatskarte 9-Euro-Ticket).
Note: The 9€ ticket is valid for one month. If you arrive on June 30th, you must purchase a new ticket for July 1st. Even still, this will outperform any Uber or cab fare!
- To get to Mohringer Allee, take the metro line U6 (violet line) to “Alt-Mariendorf” and walk east. You may walk (1,7) or take the bus 181 to the “Rotkopfweg” or “Windröschenweg” bus stops.
- Entrance Tauernallee: Take the U6 (violet line) metro line to “Alt-Mariendorf” and go south. It is 1.9 kilometers by foot, or you may take the bus M76 to the stop “Pilatusweg” and walk the remaining distance.
- Take the metro line U6 (violet line) to “Alt-Mariendorf” and then the bus 181 to the stop “Neumrakplan.” For 50 meters, take the “Mohringer Allee,” then turn right and right again to take the “Massiner Weg.” The entrance will be visible as soon as you turn right into the Massinger Weg.
- Entrance Buckower Damm: Take the U6 (violet line) metro line to “Alt-Mariendorf”, then the bus X71 to “Alt-Buckow” and walk the 600 meters north to the entrance.
The Britzer Garten’s main entrance is on Mohringer Allee. Through this gate, you’ll get your first glimpse of the park’s lush green depths. Because the park was intended to be a garden exhibition, it has a Japanese garden, a rose garden, and a witches garden (herbs). However, in addition to these specific garden sections, the park has huge open areas for playing or just resting after a stroll.
These are lightly wooded areas, yet you are never far from the next tree and hence shade.
In addition to the natural features, the park has a vantage point. It is situated between the “Mohringer Allee” and the “Kalenderplatz” entrances. You’ll get a great view of the whole park from there.
A sit-down Italian restaurant with indoor and patio seating is available at the Kalenderpalz. Smaller food-truck stands may be found around the park, where you can get snacks and beverages. Be warned that the majority of the items are fairly pricey (Coca Cola, 0.33l for 2.90€). 5€ for a little piece of fries and a hot dog).
There will be water faucets around the park where you can fill your water bottles for free, and you are welcome to bring your own food and beverages.
There are restrooms located throughout the park. I saw that several are now being rebuilt or updated, which is fantastic!
The Britzer Garten has several stations and venues, as seen on the map below. Because hundreds of people will be utilizing the internet and GPS at the same time during the event, two mobile antennae have been erected. However, since I did not stroll around the whole park on Saturday (21.05.2022), there might be a third and fourth antenna.
Berlin lies in the continental climatic zone, therefore the summers may be quite hot. Please bring sunscreen and a hat, as well as something salty to nibble on (yay electrolytes). The majority of the paths in the garden are paved or gravel, while others are cobble stone. Please wear sturdy shoes if you are unfamiliar with this kind of walk.
I’m guessing the meet-ups with content creators will take place at the outside stage. There was a tiny pavilion near the children’s waterpark section in the park’s west, between entry Tauernallee and Sangerhauser Weg, for the Johto Tour. However, I believe Niantic will reveal all official tent sites and such a couple of days before the Fest begins.