Memorial of Sachsenhausen, the first Nazi concentration camp

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Memorial of Sachsenhausen, the first Nazi concentration camp
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  • How to get to the camp

    By train

    • S1 (S-bahn Wannsee to Oranienburg) fino alla Oranienburg station, last stop. The journey takes 45 minutes from Berlin-Friedrichstraße station. Trains depart every 20 minutes.
    • Regional train RE 5 (Regionalbahn 5) of Berlin main station direction Stralsund / Rostock, to Oranienburg station. The journey takes 25 minutes from the Berlin-Hauptbahnhof station. A train every hour.
    • Regional train RB 12 (Regionalbahn 12), there Berlin-Lichtenberg direction Templin, to Oranienburg station. The journey takes 25 minutes. A train every hour.
      From Berlin-Hauptbahnhof and Berlin-Friedrichstraße you will need an ABC ticket and from Berlin-Lichtenberg a ticket covering the BC zones. Tickets are also valid on Oranienburg buses.

    By bus

    • Line 804 (every hour, direction Malz) and line 821 (11:55, 1:55, 2:55, 3:35 and 5:00, direction Tiergarten) to Sachsenhausen memorial (stop Gedenkstätte).

    Follow the signs for the memorial, reachable on foot in 20 minutes.



    Free admission

    How to get to the Sachsenhaunsen concentration camp from Berlin


    Getting to the Sachsenhaunsen concentration camp from Berlin is relatively simple:


    From the station Berlin Central Station you will find the train that will take you to Oraniengbug, the only one able to accompany you to the structure. The journey takes approximately 25 minutes. Then continue to the right and follow the directions on the signs. For those who do not wish to walk for another 20 minutes, thebus number 804, direction Malz.




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