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The Five Best Berlin WelcomeCard Deals

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!

Television Tower

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?

Biosphere Potsdam

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.

Photo: Rolf Brecher @ Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Zitadelle

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!

Photo: martin2606 @ flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)

German History Museum

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!

Charlottenburg Palace

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.

Planning Your Visit

What else do I get?

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.

What about Museum Island?

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.

What People Are Saying About Berlin

The welcome card travel pass made navigating Berlin so easy.

No need to search for change or worry about how the ticket machines worked, we used the pass from the airport for 5 days travel around Berlin and then back to the airport. No hassle, now worries.

Great to have if in town more than two days.

Thinking we might have more time to visit some of Berlin's fabulous museums we purchased the 3-day museum pass ($27). Because there was so much other stuff to do, however, we only used the pass once. The pass doesn't allow you to acquire timed tickets (necessary to avoid lines at museums like The Pergamon) and is not good at all museums (like the outstanding museum at "Check-point Charlie"). So, if you're only spending a couple of days in Berlin, don't bother. Buy the 2-day hop on/hop off bus tour with one-hour River Spree boat cruise instead.)

Museum Pass Berlin: 3-Day Entry to Over 50 Museums Reviewed by Stephen, 10/30/2016

Very helpful. Nice guidebook with suggested tours per day

Very helpful for means of transport. Nice guidebook with suggested tours per day

Really good way to spent 3 days in Berlin. Highly recommended.

My friends and I used the pass only for 2 days, since we continued traveling around. But even for the 2 days we had it was well worth it.

Worth it for the return train travel from airport to city centre alone

Perfect for taking advantage of Berlin's excellent integrated public transport. Simple to book in advance and collect on arrival at airport. Only slight criticism is there can be queues at the collection point (at airport).


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