Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Tour

When: Every day at 10am
Where: The meeting point is in front of Generator Berlin Alexanderplatz, Otto-Braun-Straße 65, 10178 Berlin
Price: €19,00 Per Person

How can I travel from Berlin to Sachsenhausen?

by | Mar 7, 2024 | Sachsenhausen

If you’re planning a trip to Berlin and want to visit the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial, you may be wondering about the best way to get there. Situated just outside Berlin, Sachsenhausen is a historically significant site that serves as a reminder of the atrocities committed during World War II. In this article, we’ll explore the various transportation options available to help you make the most of your visit.

Public Transportation:

One of the most convenient and cost-effective ways to reach Sachsenhausen from Berlin is by using the public transportation system. Here’s how:


The easiest way to get to Sachsenhausen by public transportation is by taking the train. From Berlin, you can catch an express train (RE5 or RB20) from Berlin’s Central Station (Hauptbahnhof) or Friedrichstraße Station to Oranienburg, the nearest town to Sachsenhausen. The journey takes approximately 30-45 minutes.

Once you arrive in Oranienburg, you can take a local bus (Bus 804 or Bus 821) directly to the Sachsenhausen Memorial and Museum. The bus ride takes about 15 minutes.


Alternatively, you can also take a bus from Berlin to Sachsenhausen. From Berlin’s Central Bus Station (ZOB) or Berlin Alexanderplatz, you can catch bus line 821 that goes directly to the Sachsenhausen Memorial and Museum. The journey takes around 45 minutes to an hour.

Guided Tours:

If you prefer a more organized and informative visit, joining a guided tour may be a great option. Several tour companies in Berlin offer day trips to Sachsenhausen, providing transportation and a knowledgeable guide. These tours often include additional historical context and insights that can enhance your experience.

Tips for Visiting Sachsenhausen:

  • Plan your visit in advance and check the opening hours of the Sachsenhausen Memorial and Museum.
  • Wear comfortable shoes and dress appropriately for the weather, as a significant portion of the memorial is outdoors.
  • Consider bringing your own snacks and water, as there are limited food options available on-site.
  • Be respectful of the site’s historical significance and remember to maintain a solemn and quiet demeanor.
  • Take advantage of the guided tours offered at the memorial to gain a deeper understanding of the site’s history.


Visiting Sachsenhausen from Berlin is both educational and impactful. With multiple transportation options available, you can easily make the journey and explore this important historical site. Whether you choose to venture out on your own using public transportation or opt for a guided tour, take the time to pay your respects and learn from the lessons of the past.

Thank you for your interest. To truly understand the depth and impact of Berlin's history, we invite you to join our Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Tour. This visit provides a solemn reminder of the past and pays respect to the memories of those who suffered. We hope to see you soon as we embark on this important journey together.


  • Bravery amidst horror
  • Details of camp condition
  • 6 hour tour
  • Informative guides
  • Uncover the truths

Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Tour

When: Every day at 10am
Where: The meeting point is in front of the ehemaliges Kaiserliches Postfuhramt Berlin, Oranienburger Straße, 10117 Berlin, Germany, next to the entrance.
Price: 19,00 Per Person