Charité Campus Virchow-Klinikum
On Rudolf Virchow´s initiative, a fourth municipal hospital was erected in northern Berlin - in the district Wedding - between 1898 and 1906. The Rudolf Virchow Hospital was the last to be built in the so-called pavilion style. The building costs reached 19.1 million imperial marks. Fifty-seven individual buildings with 2,000 beds were distributed over an area of 270,000 m2. It was possible for 700 physicians, nurses and other employees to live on the grounds. Read more
Please use the location map for Campus Virchow-Klinikum (PDF) to find access routes to the department(s) or facilities you are looking for. This will make it easier to navigate your way around what is rather a large campus. Once inside the buildings, please follow the directional signage provided.
Please use the area map (PDF) to find our campus in the Wedding district of Berlin, and to find out how to get here by public transport.
Please note: The campus uses its own system of campus addresses (e.g. Mittelallee 8). These are represented by numbers on the location map. Please use the map key to identify the Departments and Institutes you are looking for.
Entrances to the campus are marked with letters of the alphabet:
A - Entrance Augustenburger Platz 1 / Amrumer Straße (pedestrian access only)
B - Entrance Seestraße 5 (access for pedestrians, cars, and deliveries) and multi-storey car park
C - Entrance Nordufer (access for pedestrians, cars, no deliveries)
Location map - map key
The campus uses its own system of campus addresses (e.g. Mittelallee 8). These are represented by numbers on the location map. Please use the map key to identify the Departments and Institutes you are looking for.
Public parking on the campus is very limited and reserved for those persons who are bringing a patient directly to a clinical appointment. The first 59 minutes on the campus is free and every hour afterwards costs 2 euro. Disabled parking is available on the campus on Mittelallee.
Ample parking is available in the public parking garage at Seestraße 5. The garage is always open and and costs 1 euro for every full/partial hour or maximum 10 euro per calendar day. The first 29 minutes are free.
(last update: July 2014)