Experience BER live
Experience BER live

Experience BER live

Published: 01 April 2022, 14:00

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Visitors’ terrace at BER open daily again

The visitors’ terrace at BER’s Terminal 1 is again open every day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. for both passengers and visitors.

The terrace offers visitors views of the central apron and tower, aircraft handling and taxiing in front of the terminal and – depending on the direction of flight – aircraft taking off and landing. There are also two works of art from the “Art in Construction” series on display on the visitors’ terrace.

Menschen auf der Besucherterrasse

Another highlight: the view into BER from the two glass bridges, which lead directly over the central Market Place with shops and restaurants. Here visitors can watch the hustle and bustle of passengers up close.

From April 6, Gastro-Mobil Deli Berlin will be providing guests with snacks and drinks on the terrace every day from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

To access the visitors’ terrace, visitors need a valid ticket (€3 per ticket). This also applies to children of all ages.

Tickets can be booked online via the BER website and the BER app. The tickets can be paid for online by credit card, PayPal or Giropay (if supported by your bank). Other payment methods will be added in due course.

Tickets can be purchased at the ticket kiosks on-site, electronically by credit card, Girocard or with a credit/debit card NFC interface stored on your smartphone, directly at the terrace entrances on Level 2 (approx. 50 metres to the left and right of Starbucks).


Alternatively, tickets can also be purchased with cash subject to a service surcharge of EUR 0.50 per ticket at the Beyer language services counter on the same level. The Beyer language services counter is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Currently, tickets can be booked up to three days in advance. Each ticket is valid for the selected time slot of a maximum of one hour.

More information and answers to the most frequently asked questions about the visitors’ terrace can be found here.