EasyCityPass Berlin: Public Transportation and Discounts
- Valid: 2 - 6 days
Take advantage of Berlin's tourist city pass to save a boatload of money on travel, restaurants, and attractions for up to five days. Here are a few great reasons why it's worth the investment!
See the best view of Berlin from the observation deck of its old East German "Fernsehturm." After saving 25% on tickets, why not dine at the revolving restaurant while you're up there?
Rainy day? Take the S-Bahn to Potsdam, just outside Berlin's city limits, and admire the flora and fauna at this tropical biosphere! 30% off for adults, and 36% off children's tickets.
The 16th century fortress is one of the best-preserved in Europe. More than just a stuffy old castle, the 25% discount grants access to the museum, cemetery, and fantastic bat cellar!
Don't leave Germany without having learned at least some of its history from the Middle Ages to the present day. With a quarter off your ticket price, there's really no excuse!
There are Prussian Palaces only an U-Bahn ride away in Berlin! Get 25% off tickets for Charlottenburg Palace, including access to its gorgeous gardens and special exhibitions.
The Berlin WelcomeCard offers holders free travel across public transport networks, as well as discounts at museums, theaters, and almost 200 other attractions. Holders are also treated to discounts at selected restaurants, spas, and on a variety of tours.
The museums on Museum Island aren't included on the standard Berlin WelcomeCard, but visitors can purchase the extended Berlin WelcomeCard Museum Island for additional free access to all five museums on the island (Ancient National Gallery, Ancient Museum, Bode Museum, New Museum, and Pergamon Museum). There is also the Museum Pass Berlin, which allows free access to 50 museums including Museum Island, but this does not include the other WelcomeCard benefits.
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Dave was an amazing guide! Did not have much knowledge about Germany’s history but after this trip, I went and checked a lot of spots suggested by him. Left Berlin with a great deal of knowledge. Great experience overall!
Welcome Card and discounts at various sites was very useful. You do need to use quite a lot of public transport etc to make an overall saving, taking cost of the card into account, since fares are relatively cheap.
It was just great being able to travel so easily around Berlin. The system is second to none. Used Google maps and off we went! Discounts probably paid for the cost of the Welcome Card.
It was really handy and I didnt have to constantly think about where do buy my ticket at tram/train/busstations.
It really saved me and my daughter money on transport around Berlin, including trips from and to the airport.