By bike or on foot

A single signage system will be created for cyclists and pedestrians:

The extensive signage will guide cyclists from the TR7 and RR8 cycle routes as well as from Wuhletal station and Landsberger Allee directly to the IGA’s main entrances and exits, where they will find more than 500 bike parking spaces.

The signage primarily designed for pedestrians begins at the public transport stops and by the park access points along the Wuhletal footpath and guides IGA visitors directly to the IGA entrances.

Visitors arriving at Wuhletal S- and U-Bahn station will be guided along the Wuhletal footpath to the eastern ‘Kienbergpark’ entrance on Hellersdorfer Straße. The IGA Berlin 2017 is around two and half kilometres away along the banks of the Wuhle.

Cyclists from Brandenburg (RR8) and guests arriving via the northern section of the Wuhletal footpath will be guided further along the Wuhletal footpath to the eastern ‘Kienbergpark’ entrance on Hellersdorfer Straße (200 bike parking spaces).

Visitors arriving on foot via the northern section of the Wuhle footpath can use the ‘Eisenacher Straße’ entrance. Those wishing to get to the event along the RR8 cycle path coming from the west or the TR7 coming from the north or south are advised to use the ‘Gardens of the World’ entrance on Blumberger Damm.

All bike parking spaces for IGA visitors will be visibly designated from April 2017.
Visitors arriving at Wuhletal S- and U-Bahn station will be guided along the Wuhletal footpath to the ‘Kienbergpark’ entrance on Hellersdorfer Straße. The IGA Berlin 2017 is around two and half kilometres away along the banks of the Wuhle.