U BAHN BERLIN MAP

BERLIN METRO MAPu bahn berlin map

 

U BAHN BERLIN MAP and U-Bahn Lines you need to visit all experiences from Brandeburg Tor, Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin TV Tower, Reichstag and much more. All you need is a Berlin Metro Map (U-Bahn) and Ticket for 6 Euros.

 

U-BAHN BERLIN MAP (U-Bahn) Map and all lines in Berlin U-BAHN

Here you find all Metro, U-Bahn or SubWay lines i Berlin Town. In Germany called U-Bahn like SubWay in US.

MAP OF GERMANY

 

A

Station Line Opened Situation
Adenauerplatz Berlin U7.svg 28 April 1978 underground
Afrikanische Straße Berlin U6.svg 3 May 1956 underground
Alexanderplatz Berlin U2.svg 1 July 1913 underground
Berlin U5.svg 21 December 1930
Berlin U8.svg 18 April 1930
Alt-Mariendorf Berlin U6.svg 28 February 1966 underground
Alt-Tegel Berlin U6.svg 29 May 1958 underground
Alt-Tempelhof Berlin U6.svg 28 February 1966 underground
Altstadt Spandau Berlin U7.svg 1 October 1984 underground
Amrumer Straße Berlin U9.svg 28 August 1961 underground
Augsburger Straße Berlin U3.svg 8 May 1961 underground

B

Station Line Opened Situation
Bayerischer Platz Berlin U4.svg 1 December 1910 underground
Berlin U7.svg 19 January 1971
Berliner Straße Berlin U7.svg 29 January 1971 underground
Berlin U9.svg
Bernauer Straße Berlin U8.svg 18 April 1930 underground
Biesdorf-Süd Berlin U5.svg 1 July 1988 at grade
Birkenstraße Berlin U9.svg 28 January 1961 underground
Bismarckstraße Berlin U2.svg 28 April 1978 underground
Berlin U7.svg
Blaschkoallee Berlin U7.svg 28 September 1963 underground
Blissestraße Berlin U7.svg 29 January 1971 underground
Boddinstraße Berlin U8.svg 17 July 1927 underground
Borsigwerke Berlin U6.svg 31 May 1958 underground
Breitenbachplatz Berlin U3.svg 12 October 1913 underground
Brandenburger Tor Berlin U5.svg 8 August 2009 underground
Britz-Süd Berlin U7.svg 29 September 1963 underground
Bülowstraße Berlin U2.svg 11 March 1902 elevated
Bundestag Berlin U5.svg 8 August 2009 underground
Bundesplatz Berlin U9.svg 29 January 1971 underground

C

Station Line Opened Situation
Cottbusser Platz Berlin U5.svg 1 July 1989 at grade

D

Station Line Opened Situation
Dahlem-Dorf Berlin U3.svg 12 October 1913 open cut
Deutsche Oper Berlin U2.svg 14 May 1906 underground

E

Station Line Opened Situation
Eberswalder Straße Berlin U2.svg 27 July 1913 elevated
Eisenacher Straße Berlin U7.svg 29 January 1971 underground
Elsterwerdaer Platz Berlin U5.svg 21 July 1988 embankment
Ernst-Reuter-Platz Berlin U2.svg 14 December 1902 underground

F

Station Line Opened Situation
Fehrbelliner Platz Berlin U3.svg 12 October 1913 underground
Berlin U7.svg 29 January 1971
Frankfurter Allee Berlin U5.svg 21 December 1930 underground
Frankfurter Tor Berlin U5.svg 21 December 1930 underground
Franz-Neumann-Platz Berlin U8.svg 27 April 1987 underground
Freie Universität (Thielplatz) Berlin U3.svg 12 October 1913 open cut
Friedrichsfelde Berlin U5.svg 21 December 1930 underground
Friedrichstraße Berlin U6.svg 30 January 1923 underground
Friedrich-Wilhelm-Platz Berlin U9.svg 29 January 1971 underground

G

Station Line Opened Situation
Gesundbrunnen Berlin U8.svg 18 April 1930 underground
Gleisdreieck Berlin U1.svg 3 November 1912 elevated
Berlin U2.svg
Gneisenaustraße Berlin U7.svg 19 April 1924 underground
Görlitzer Bahnhof Berlin U1.svg 18 February 1902 elevated
Grenzallee Berlin U7.svg 21 December 1930 underground
Güntzelstraße Berlin U9.svg 29 January 1971 underground

H

Station Line Opened Situation
Halemweg Berlin U7.svg 1 October 1980 underground
Hallesches Tor Berlin U1.svg 18 February 1902 elevated
Berlin U6.svg 30 January 1923 underground
Hansaplatz Berlin U9.svg 28 August 1961 underground
Haselhorst Berlin U7.svg 1 October 1984 underground
Hauptbahnhof Berlin U5.svg 8 August 2009 underground
Hausvogteiplatz Berlin U2.svg 1 October 1908 underground
Heidelberger Platz Berlin U3.svg 12 October 1913 underground
Heinrich-Heine-Straße Berlin U8.svg 6 April 1928 underground
Hellersdorf Berlin U5.svg 1 July 1989 open cut
Hermannplatz Berlin U7.svg 11 April 1926 underground
Berlin U8.svg 17 July 1927
Hermannstraße Berlin U8.svg 13 July 1996 underground
Hönow Berlin U5.svg 1 July 1989 at grade
Hohenzollernplatz Berlin U3.svg 12 October 1913 underground
Holzhauser Straße Berlin U6.svg 31 May 1958 embankment

I

Station Line Opened Situation
Innsbrucker Platz Berlin U4.svg 1 December 1910 underground

J

Station Line Opened Situation
Jakob-Kaiser-Platz Berlin U7.svg 1 October 1980 underground
Jannowitzbrücke Berlin U8.svg 18 April 1930 underground
Johannisthaler Chaussee Berlin U7.svg 2 January 1970 underground
Jungfernheide Berlin U7.svg 1 October 1980 underground

K

Station Line Opened Situation
Kaiserdamm Berlin U2.svg 29 March 1908 underground
Kaiserin-Augusta-Straße Berlin U6.svg 28 February 1966 underground
Karl-Bonhoeffer-Nervenklinik Berlin U8.svg 24 September 1994 underground
Karl-Marx-Straße Berlin U7.svg 11 April 1926 underground
Kaulsdorf-Nord Berlin U5.svg 1 July 1989 open cut
Kienberg (Gärten der Welt) Berlin U5.svg 1 July 1989 open cut
Kleistpark Berlin U7.svg 29 January 1971 underground
Klosterstraße Berlin U2.svg 1 July 1913 underground
Kochstraße Berlin U6.svg 30 January 1923 underground
Konstanzer Straße Berlin U7.svg 28 April 1978 underground
Kottbusser Tor Berlin U1.svg 18 February 1902 elevated
Berlin U8.svg 12 February 1928 underground
Krumme Lanke Berlin U3.svg 22 December 1929 open cut
Kurfürstendamm Berlin U1.svg 2 September 1961 underground
Berlin U9.svg 28 August 1961
Kurfürstenstraße Berlin U1.svg 26 October 1926 underground
Kurt-Schumacher-Platz Berlin U6.svg 3 May 1956 underground

L

Station Line Opened Situation
Leinestraße Berlin U8.svg 4 August 1929 underground
Leopoldplatz Berlin U6.svg 8 March 1923 underground
Berlin U9.svg 28 August 1961
Lichtenberg Berlin U5.svg 21 December 1930 underground
Lindauer Allee Berlin U8.svg 24 September 1994 underground
Lipschitzallee Berlin U7.svg 2 January 1970 underground
Louis-Lewin-Straße Berlin U5.svg 1 July 1989 at grade

M

Station Line Opened Situation
Magdalenenstraße Berlin U5.svg 21 December 1930 underground
Märkisches Museum Berlin U2.svg 1 July 1913 underground
Mehringdamm Berlin U6.svg 7 April 1924 underground
Berlin U7.svg
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy-Park Berlin U2.svg 2 October 1998 elevated
Mierendorffplatz Berlin U7.svg 1 October 1980 underground
Möckernbrücke Berlin U1.svg 18 February 1902 elevated
Berlin U7.svg 28 February 1966 underground
Mohrenstraße Berlin U2.svg 1 October 1908 underground
Moritzplatz Berlin U8.svg 6 April 1928 underground
Museumsinsel Berlin U5.svg 9 July 2021 underground

N

Station Line Opened Situation
Naturkundemuseum Berlin U6.svg 30 January 1923 underground
Nauener Platz Berlin U9.svg 30 April 1976 underground
Neu-Westend Berlin U2.svg 20 May 1922 underground
Neukölln Berlin U7.svg 21 December 1930 underground
Nollendorfplatz Berlin U2.svg 11 March 1902 elevated
Berlin U1.svg 26 October 1926 underground
Berlin U3.svg
Berlin U4.svg

O

Station Line Opened Situation
Olympia-Stadion Berlin U2.svg 8 June 1913 open cut
Onkel Toms Hütte Berlin U3.svg 22 December 1929 underground / open cut
Oranienburger Tor Berlin U6.svg 30 January 1923 underground
Oskar-Helene-Heim Berlin U3.svg 22 December 1929 open cut
Osloer Straße Berlin U8.svg 5 October 1977 underground
Berlin U9.svg 30 April 1976
Otisstraße Berlin U6.svg 31 May 1958 embankment

P

Station Line Opened Situation
Pankow Berlin U2.svg 16 August 2000 underground
Pankstraße Berlin U8.svg 5 October 1977 underground
Paracelsus-Bad Berlin U8.svg 30 April 1987 underground
Paradestraße Berlin U6.svg 10 September 1927 underground
Parchimer Allee Berlin U7.svg 28 September 1963 underground
Paulsternstraße Berlin U7.svg 1 October 1984 underground
Platz der Luftbrücke Berlin U6.svg 14 February 1926 underground
Podbielskiallee Berlin U3.svg 12 October 1913 open cut
Potsdamer Platz Berlin U2.svg 18 February 1902 underground
Prinzenstraße Berlin U1.svg 18 August 1902 elevated

R

Station Line Opened Situation
Rathaus Neukölln Berlin U7.svg 11 April 1926 underground
Rathaus Reinickendorf Berlin U8.svg 24 September 1994 underground
Rathaus Schöneberg Berlin U4.svg 1 December 1910 at grade
Rathaus Spandau Berlin U7.svg 1 October 1984 underground
Rathaus Steglitz Berlin U9.svg 30 September 1974 underground
Rehberge Berlin U6.svg 3 May 1956 underground
Reinickendorfer Straße Berlin U6.svg 8 March 1923 underground
Residenzstraße Berlin U8.svg 27 April 1987 underground
Richard-Wagner-Platz Berlin U7.svg 14 May 1906 underground
Rohrdamm Berlin U7.svg 1 October 1980 underground
Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Berlin U2.svg 27 July 1913 underground
Rosenthaler Platz Berlin U8.svg 18 April 1930 underground
Rotes Rathaus Berlin U5.svg 4 December 2020 underground
Rüdesheimer Platz Berlin U3.svg 12 October 1913 underground
Rudow Berlin U7.svg 1 July 1972 underground
Ruhleben Berlin U2.svg 22 December 1929 embankment

S

Station Line Opened Situation
Samariterstraße Berlin U5.svg 21 December 1930 underground
Scharnweberstraße Berlin U6.svg 31 May 1958 embankment
Schillingstraße Berlin U5.svg 21 December 1930 underground
Schlesisches Tor Berlin U1.svg 18 February 1902 elevated
Schloßstraße Berlin U9.svg 30 September 1974 underground
Schönhauser Allee Berlin U2.svg 27 July 1913 elevated
Schönleinstraße Berlin U8.svg 17 July 1927 underground
Schwartzkopffstraße Berlin U6.svg 8 March 1923 underground
Seestraße Berlin U6.svg 8 March 1923 underground
Senefelderplatz Berlin U2.svg 27 July 1913 underground
Siemensdamm Berlin U7.svg 1 October 1980 underground
Sophie-Charlotte-Platz Berlin U2.svg 29 March 1908 underground
Spichernstraße Berlin U3.svg 2 June 1959 underground
Berlin U9.svg 28 August 1961
Spittelmarkt Berlin U2.svg 1 October 1908 underground
Stadtmitte Berlin U2.svg 1 October 1908 underground
Berlin U6.svg 30 January 1923
Strausberger Platz Berlin U5.svg 21 December 1930 underground
Südstern Berlin U7.svg 14 December 1924 underground

T

Station Line Opened Situation
Tempelhof Berlin U6.svg 22 December 1929 underground
Theodor-Heuss-Platz Berlin U2.svg 29 March 1908 underground
Tierpark Berlin U5.svg 25 June 1973 underground
Turmstraße Berlin U9.svg 28 August 1961 underground

U

Station Line Opened Situation
Uhlandstraße Berlin U1.svg 12 October 1913 underground
Ullsteinstraße Berlin U6.svg 28 February 1966 underground
Unter den Linden Berlin U5.svg 4 December 2020 underground
Berlin U6.svg

V

Station Line Opened Situation
Viktoria-Luise-Platz Berlin U4.svg 1 December 1910 underground
Vinetastraße Berlin U2.svg 29 June 1930 underground
Voltastraße Berlin U8.svg 18 April 1930 underground

W

Station Line Opened Situation
Walther-Schreiber-Platz Berlin U9.svg 29 January 1971 underground
Warschauer Straße Berlin U1.svg 17 August 1902 elevated
Weberwiese Berlin U5.svg 21 December 1930 underground
Wedding Berlin U6.svg 8 March 1923 underground
Weinmeisterstraße Berlin U8.svg 18 April 1930 underground
Westhafen Berlin U9.svg 28 August 1961 underground
Westphalweg Berlin U6.svg 28 February 1966 underground
Wilmersdorfer Straße Berlin U7.svg 28 April 1978 underground
Wittenau Berlin U8.svg 24 September 1994 underground
Wittenbergplatz Berlin U1.svg 11 March 1902 underground
Berlin U2.svg
Berlin U3.svg
Wuhletal Berlin U5.svg 1 July 1989 embankment
Wutzkyallee Berlin U7.svg 2 January 1970 underground

Y

Station Line Opened Situation
Yorckstraße Berlin U7.svg 29 January 1971 underground

Z

Station Line Opened Situation
Zitadelle Berlin U7.svg 1 October 1984 underground
Zoologischer Garten Berlin U2.svg 11 March 1902 underground
Berlin U9.svg 28 August 1961
Zwickauer Damm Berlin U7.svg 2 January 1970 underground

History

BERLIN METRO MAP

Early history

Be­fore con­trol of the U Bahn Berlin net­work was handed over com­pletely to the BVG in 1929, the Hochbah­nge­sellschaft started con­struc­tion on a final line that, in con­trast to its pre­vi­ous lines, was built as part of the Großpro­fil net­work. It was sup­posed to be a branch for the U2, which starts from Kloster­straße in 1908. The E line ran under Frank­furter Allee, for which the com­pany had re­ceived the con­ces­sion in 1914, be­tween Alexan­der­platz and Friedrichs­felde be­fore the World War II.

Long be­fore the sub­way sec­tion of line A from Spit­tel­markt to Alexan­der­platz was opened in 1913, the city of Berlin planned at the be­gin­ning of 1908 that the sub­way would run under Frank­furter Allee from Alexan­der­platz to Frank­furter Allee sta­tion should. The drafts stip­u­lated that the Alexan­der­platz un­der­ground sta­tion should re­ceive two ad­ja­cent plat­forms on the E un­der­ground line. The city of Berlin was open to this pro­ject and de­manded that the en­tire line be run un­der­ground. But the plans of the el­e­vated rail­way com­pany pro­vided that the line from Kop­pen­strasse out of town should be laid out as an el­e­vated rail­way, this was re­jected. In 1910, the el­e­vated rail­way com­pany changed its plans for the U-Bahn line E. Be­cause the line E was sup­posed to cross under Alexan­der­straße to con­nect it with the now ap­proved sec­tion Spit­tel­markt and Schönhauser Allee. So it would have been pos­si­ble that line E would have led via Alexan­der­platz into Kloster­strasse and, if the Kloster­strasse un­der­ground sta­tion had been ex­panded ac­cord­ingly, would have been con­nected to the main line. The trains com­ing from Spit­tel­markt and the trains com­ing from Schönhauser Allee could have passed through to Frank­furter Allee, and also in the op­po­site di­rec­tion. This idea has not yet been im­ple­mented.

The el­e­vated rail­way com­pany had sev­eral pri­vate trans­port com­pa­nies under it­self and so at the end of the 1920s the North-South Rail­way took over the final plan­ning and im­ple­men­ta­tion of the U-Bahn line E as an in­de­pen­dent line in Berlin’s large pro­file with the pos­si­bil­ity of ex­tend­ing it to­wards Leipziger Straße/Französis­che Straße and with a con­nec­tion of an­other line to Weißensee in the course of Greif­swalder Straße. The lines should be merged at Alexan­der­platz and sep­a­rate again at Berlin City Hall. The el­e­vated rail­way com­pany orig­i­nally planned to run the E un­der­ground line through Lands­berger Allee, which no longer ex­ists in this sec­tion, from Alexan­der­platz to Büsching­platz. There it should get a train sta­tion, then turn into the We­ber­straße to the south­east and at Straus­berger Platz turn into the Große Frank­furter Straße (today: Karl-Marx-Allee). In 1925, the city of Berlin re­ceived a sug­ges­tion from pri­vate cir­cles to in­sert a 118-me­ter-long arch be­tween Alexan­der­platz and today’s Schillingstraße sub­way sta­tion, so that it could get to Große Frank­furter Straße and not plan over Büsching­platz. There was also an­other change in plan­ning. This pro­vided for the un­der­ground line E not to end at Frank­furter Allee sta­tion, but to con­tinue to Friedrichs­felde, be­cause there was an area for a work­shop avail­able there

The con­struc­tion work pro­ceeded since 1927 with­out delay or undue ex­pense, and the first ser­vic­ing sta­tion was es­tab­lished in the east­ern part of the city; the line opened on 21 De­cem­ber 1930, named Line E. The sev­eral sta­tions do in­clude:

  • Alexanderplatz (interchange)
  • Schillingstraße
  • Strausberger Platz
  • Memeler Straße (today’s Weberwiese)
  • Petersburger Straße (today’s Frankfurter Tor)
  • Samariterstraße
  • Frankfurter Allee (interchange with S-Bahn)
  • Magdalenenstraße
  • Lichtenberg (interchange with Ringbahn)
  • Friedrichsfelde (end terminus and depot)

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Tierpark extension

In the Alexan­der­platz – Friedrichs­felde sec­tion, which was com­pleted in 1930, a con­tin­u­a­tion to Karl­shorst in the di­rec­tion of Schöneweide was planned. After the Sec­ond World War, plans arose to ex­tend the un­der­ground to the Tier­park Berlin, es­tab­lished in 1955. In 1956, plans arose to con­tinue the un­der­ground from Friedrichs­felde un­der­ground sta­tion on two tracks and above ground to a ter­mi­nal sta­tion west of the street at the zoo at the en­trance to Friedrichs­felde Palace. For this pur­pose, two tracks of the park­ing fa­cil­ity of the Friedrichs­felde work­shop were to be ex­tended. How­ever, this pro­ject was not car­ried out be­cause it would have made it dif­fi­cult to ex­tend the route fur­ther. In ad­di­tion, the zoo was not seen as suf­fi­cient for the con­struc­tion of the un­der­ground. When apart­ments were later built in the area of the zoo, the plan was taken up again, es­pe­cially since the clo­sure of the tram line in the Alt Friedrichs­felde street as a re­sult of the new con­struc­tion of the road bridge over the Licht­en­berg sta­tion cre­ated a sen­si­tive net­work gap.

Heavy bomb dam­age caused by Al­lied air raids and in­vaded water at the end of the war se­verely cur­tailed op­er­a­tions in the first post-war months. There­after, the trains of this line had to be sent as repa­ra­tions to Moscow and re­placed ac­cord­ingly. Only in the 1960s were com­pre­hen­sively new trains pro­cured, until 1968 still small pro­file trains were still in use. Line E was the only purely East Berlin line. For a long time, it was planned to ex­tend it be­yond its for­mer ter­mi­nus Friedrichs­felde and to lead via Karl­shorst to Ober­schöneweide. Karl­shorst was es­pe­cially known for its villa colony. There, after the war, the So­viet mil­i­tary ad­min­is­tra­tion es­tab­lished it­self. But both rea­sons were not suf­fi­cient to ex­tend the line E to Karl­shorst. Due to the large de­mand for hous­ing in Berlin, a large part of the con­struc­tion ca­pac­ity was needed for hous­ing con­struc­tion.