Trade Visitor FAQs
ITB Berlin 2023 will take place LIVE from Tuesday, 7 March to Thursday, 9 March at the Messe Berlin exhibition grounds in Berlin.
See the ITB Berlin 2023 Admission Times (PDF, 273.3 kB)
The digital platform ITBxplore allows everyone who cannot be in Berlin to be part of ITB Berlin.
The world’s largest travel industry convention provides you cutting-edge knowledge via trend-setting presentations from international top speakers. You can find the complete program and more information on the convention tracks and speakers at the Convention Website.
The most convenient way to reach the exhibition grounds is by S-Bahn via the Messe Nord/ICC, Westkreuz or Messe Süd stations, as well as by U-Bahn via Kaiserdamm and by various BVG bus lines via the Messedamm, ZOB and ICC stops.
Would you like to avoid long queues at the ticket machines and plan the quickest way to reach the trade fair grounds by public transport in advance of your visit to the trade fair? Then download the BVG app to your cell phone: BVG Fahrinfo App
Detailed information on how to get to Berlin and on transport connections in Berlin as well as on the ITB Shuttle Service can be found under Arrival as well as under Shuttle Services.
Use our event search to look for presentations at the ITB Berlin Convention and events at the exhibitors' stands. The event overview as well as the practical ITB App for your cell phone with all events are available here:
ITB Berlin App
At ITB Berlin 2023, a free basic WLAN will be made available to all participants. It is suitable for simple Internet applications and e-mail traffic. Registration takes place without a password.
Banks/Cash Machines are located here:
- Entrance foyer Hall 1.2/2.2 (ING-DIBA)
- Hall 19 (ING-DIBA)
- In front of Großer Stern towards Sommergarten (Euronet)
ReiseBank at the branch office “Zoological Garden” railway station,
Phone: +49 30 8817117
You can find restaurants and snack bars all over the Exhibition Grounds. The Catering Guide (PDF, 680.5 kB) provides an overview.
Cloakrooms for ITB Berlin:
- Entrance North (Hall19)
- Entrance Hall 21
- Entrance South
- Service center hall 7 (SCH7)
- Hall 9
- CityCube Berlin, Entrance Foyer (East)
The checkrooms are usually manned until 7 pm. Costs: 3.00 euros per cloakroom item and 5.00 euros per piece of luggage.
Attention: Please make note of the location of the cloakroom you’re using – this information cannot be found on the cloakroom tickets.
First Aid – DRK (Red Cross) Physician Emergency calls
Telephone +49 30 3038-2222
Locations on site will be announced shortly.
The lost and found office is located at the entrance of hall 21.
Telephone: +49 30 3038-1787
Police emergency telephone number: 110
- Station 22, Charlottenburger Chaussee 67–75, 13597 Berlin
Telephone: +49 (0)30 4664-222701
- Service Center Hall 7, 1. upper floor
Please take care of your personal belongings!
You can find charging station for mobile phones at:
CityCube Berlin (Entrance Messedamm)
The free ITB App contains lists of all exhibitors and events, 3D hall maps, and many other services.
The ITB App will be available for download in the App Store and at Google Play as well as at www.itb-app.de soon.
At ITB Berlin we offer different bus shuttle services for your convenient stay in the city and on the venue free of charge.
Detailed information on departure locations and times as well as the exact route can be found here: Shuttle Services
Limited car parking is available directly at the exhibition grounds. The parking spaces are marked on our site plan. In addition, you can use the multi-storey parking lot in the ICC. Parking spaces P1, P2, P4, P5, P6, P9, P11, P13a are public, fees may apply.
Parking lot P18 is available for 20€/day via Contipark during the event period (7-9 September, 2023).
The ICC parking garage will be available from 6 March, 2023 for 20€/day via Contipark.
We recommend following the guidance system to the 5,000 additional parking places at the nearby Olympischer Platz. A free bus shuttle (P+R shuttle M1) runs between the Olympischer Platz parking area and the Exhibition Grounds.
- South Entrance
- North Entrance
- City Cube (CCB)
- Hall 9
With the ITB Berlin Press Stand, ITB Berlin offers all exhibitors and visitors an extensive selection of domestic and international publications. Free of charge.
You can find the ITB Press Stand in the foyer of Halls 6.2/5.2.
Find a detailed overview on the magazines on our website: Trade Press Stand
Post extern, Soorstraße 61-62
Stamps are available at the Business Center
Courier: Schenker Parcel Service
Requests to: email@example.com
Dispatch only to company adresses
At the Career Center in Hall 4.1, around 20 national and international universities, colleges, universities of cooperative education and other service providers will be on hand to provide individual advice on courses of study and continuing education opportunities.
Employees of the German Federal Employment Agency will provide important application tips in a career counseling session. You can also benefit from free application photos.
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Several factors have led to the decision to hold ITB Berlin as a pure B2B event from 2023 onwards. The requirements for global trade fairs have changed considerably in recent years - also, of course, due to the Corona pandemic. This is why we are joining force
s and concentrating exclusively on the tourism trade audience from 2023 onwards. The desire on the part of ITB Berlin's customers to be able to concentrate more on the respective target groups has been under discussion for some time and has become increasingly clear in surveys and individual discussions. With the new format we are meeting this demand and the feedback from the market has only confirmed this. In the past, many exhibitors have already strongly targeted the B2B audience. Operating an additional exhibitor stand on the two consumer days meant high additional costs for them - for stand personnel and conversion, for example.
With the new concept exhibitors at ITB Berlin can now focus on trade visitors, buyers and the media, i.e. on pure B2B business.
For the private visitor audience and exhibiting companies interested in travellers there is a great alternative offer: the previous B2C partner event of ITB Berlin, the Berlin Travel Festival (BTF), has already been integrated into the leisure trade show Boot & Fun Berlin in 2022. New travel and leisure offers will be supplemented here by the themes of boats, caravanning, camping and fishing. Five special trade fairs can now be found under one roof. And all this with just one ticket.
The Berlin Travel Festival offers a wide range of inspiration for individual travel planning and invites visitors to discover new destinations, holiday activities and travel trends. Diverse exhibitors from a wide range of destinations and segments are rounded off by exciting lectures, workshops and discussions. The date for 2023 has also already been set: the festival will take place from 1-3 December 2023 at the Berlin Exhibition Grounds and will be open daily from 10 am to 6 pm.