Travel Berlin at your own pace and take advantage of discounts of up to 50% off at an array of tourist attractions with a Berlin WelcomeCard (AB).
Explore Berlin with a 48-hour, 72-hour, 4-day, 5-day, or 6-day Berlin WelcomeCard. Ride public transport in the ABC zones, including Schönefeld…
Experience the capital city with the EasyCityPass and get countless advantages and discounts. Enjoy great discounts at various facilities.
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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What people are saying about Berlin
The transport alone was a fantastic reason to buy this welcome card, just over £30 would barely have covered half of the travelling we did in 4 days... In zones ABC on U-bahn, S-bahn, bus and tram. The discounts in the guidebook were good but the sheer amount of places the card can be used for discounts makes it hard to plan your trip in a short amount of time. If the guide book could be emailed at the time of purchase for example, there would be more time to plan and therefore utilise more of the discounts. Still brilliant value if you know you'll be travelling loads! Would buy again if I go back.
If you have difficulty walking, but want to travel around Berlin, this is the way to go. The metro system is easy to navigate, clean, and safe. Trains run by the clock and the signs guide you easily to any destination. If confused or uncertain, simply ask around and the beautiful people of Berlin, whom the majority speak English, are more then willing to give directions and information. Great value!
It was easy to order and then collect the cards at the airport when we arrived in Berlin. They gave us free travel in the whole Berlin area including Potsdam which we also visited. This was brilliant as Berlin is a large city and you can't cover everything on foot. The discounts in museums and other attractions was a bonus.
We had 3 days in Berlin the transport ticket is a must with all the different systems of transport available in Berlin. No looking for ticket machines just get on and ride. The guide can be read and cherry picked to give you good daily tours out to suit you.
Booked a 6-day ticket on-line and picked it up with no trouble at Tegel Airport. Very vost effective way to get around Berlin by Sbahn, Underground, and bus. Berlin's public transport is fast efficient, and goes everywhere.