• Deutsche Oper Berlin, © Photo: Leo Seidel

  • Deutsche Oper Berlin, © Photo: Leo Seidel

Deutsche Oper Berlin

Berlin, Germany

The clear lines and generous spaces of the Deutsche Oper Berlin were designed by architect Fritz Bornemann. The original home of the Deutsche Oper Berlin was severely damaged during World War II, and the new building opened in 1961. With 1,865 seats and a large and well-equipped stage, the Deutsche Oper Berlin is the city's largest and most modern music theater.

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Deutsche Oper Berlin
Bismarckstraße 35
10627 Berlin
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The Deutsche Oper Berlin is most easily reached by taking the underground line U2, which will bring you directly to the stop Deutsche Oper from the direction of Ruhleben or Pankow. The stop Bismarckstraße of line U7 is also very close by [there are lifts to the street level at this stop]

Line 101 to Bismarckstraße/Leibnizstraße,
Line 109 to Bismarckstraße/Kaiser-Friedrich-Straße

Parking Garage
If you prefer arriving by car, the Parkhaus Deutsche Oper is at your disposal starting two hours before the beginning of the performance until 2 o’clock at a charge of € 3,–.

Seating Information

Main stage, 1865 Seats


Elevator: Yes
Handicap toilet: Yes