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Route description from Tram direction Zingster Str. / Falkenberg

Route from the tram stop S-Bahnhof Greifswalder Straße (M4) direction of travel Zingster Straße / Falkenberg to Schaubude Berlin.

At the guidance system to the end of the platform in the direction of travel. Turn 180 degrees. Continue about 20 metres to the attention field. The staircase ends in a connecting corridor. A few steps further. Walk left. About 15 metres further. The stairway ends in the covered entrance area of the S-Bahn station building. Walk left. A few metres further to the wall. Walk left. A few metres further.

Along to the right. On the left Greifswalder Straße. About 40 metres further to the plus junction Greifswalder Straße / Storkower Straße. 180-degree turn. A few steps further. Wall on the left. A few metres further on is Schaubude Berlin.

The entrance is shifted inwards. Glass doors. Horizontal metal handles. Cash desk a few steps further.

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