Average daily footfall
This Giant Poster is on the highly frequented Mariendorfer Damm in Berlin's popular Mariendorf residential area. The Mariendorfer Damm (B96) is an important entry and exit road from the city center (Friedrichstrasse, Potsdamer Platz) in the direction of Berlin-Süd. The district located in Tempelhof is lively and colorful along the Mariendorfer Damm and around the Alt-Mariendorf underground station, but at the same time offers green and blue oases of relaxation. The target group here is correspondingly attractive: students, young families, hip millennials or well-off business people. The district is known for the trotting track, which attracts around half a million spectators every year. The Mariendorf summer pool and the Volkspark also contribute to the pleasant Berlin flair. The Mariendorfer Damm is the central shopping point and also offers various cinemas, restaurants and cafes.