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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I got trouble to get the card the airport. Because even I had printed my voucher beforehand, the lady at the airport asked me to show a proof of how much I paid for to understand If I bought "museum island or premium pass" Unfortunately I couldn't show her anything else as I only got my voucher as described at the web site.
I did find out that if I bought the 3 day Berlin ABC pass at the train station it would have been €32. I paid £40 online. So actually paid more money then I needed to. This is not something that people would be aware of untill they arrive in Berlin.
We were a family with 2 children(11,14) and I think it was worth the money .We pretty much went with public transport in Berlin and Potsdam .A one time I used to have a discount on another museum where we paid 21 euros instead of 14 euros !!
Well, couldn't use museums due to the Coronavirus issue. But did use the card for transit- on the U, S, and R trains. Much better than being on a cocoon-like tourist bus, as it gave insight on real-life in Berlin and its people.
It was not easy to get the tickets at Alexander plats but once that was done it was easy to get around the city. As there were so many places that I wanted to see the easy city pass was useful.