Berlin Welcome Card
The card which makes you feel welcome in Berlin
Berlin Welcome Card
The Berlin Welcome Card is the ultimate key to discovering Berlin care free and at your own pace. This hassle-free card allows you not only free public transport in Berlin but also generous discounts (25% – 50%) on tickets for attractions, museums, tours and boat trips and also in restaurants, shops and for theaters and wellness centres. No matter how many days you stay in Berlin, the budget-friendly Berlin Welcome Card saves you a lot of time and money. Combine your Berlin Welcome Card with the Museuminsel-Card and visit five museums on the Museum Island. The Berlin Welcome Card is valid in public transport zones A and B. Children up to 7 years of age are free provided they are accompanied by an adult. If you opt for the City Pass you can travel in zones A, B and C and you can take with you 3 children up to 14 years of age.
The Berlin Welcome Card permits free and unlimited public transport in Berlin (zones A and B, or A, B and C). Travel free for 48 hours, 72 hours or 5 days on the U-Bahn, S-Bahn, tram bus and local trains within the Berlin area and also to Potsdam (zone C). Zones AB serve Airport Tegel (TXL) and zones ABC serve Schönefeld Airport (SXF). If you opt for zones ABC, a maximum of 3 children up to 14 years of age can travel with you for free. This reduction pass also allows you discounts on hop-on hop-off tours and boat trips on the Spree River.
Free City Map and Guide
Your Berlin Welcome Card comes with an informative city guide booklet (in German and English) plus a city map of Berlin and Potsdam. This booklet gives special tips, itinerary suggestions and includes a list of participating partners and the discounts they offer.
Purchase your Berlin Welcome Card valid for 2, 3 or 5 days. Included in the pass are:
- Free public transport for 2, 3 or 5 days in zones A+B or zones A, B and C (Potsdam included)
- Discount on attractions and museums
- Discount in restaurants and shops
- Discount on hop-on hop-off bus tours, boat trips, bicycle tours and walking tours
- Comprehensive city guide with a city map and information about attractions that offer discounts
- A maximum of 3 children up to age 14 travel free when accompanied by a zones A, B and C passholder
How does the Berlin Welcome Card work?
Purchase your Berlin Welcome Card online from us. You will receive a voucher which you exchange for the physical pass at the following pick-up points: Kurfürstendamm, Central Station (Hauptbahnhof), Europa Center, Brandenburger Tor, TV-tower, at the airports Tegel and Schönefeld and at the Visit Berlin Information Centres. Your city pass is activated from first use in public transport (be sure to validate your card!) or at one of the attractions or museums in Berlin.
The City of Berlijn
Berlin, capital city of Germany with 3.5 million inhabitants, is the largest city in the country. Although Berlin has a long history, it is the recent past that marks the city. The Second World War and the post-war period were important periods in the city’s history and development. Present-day Berlin is a lively, buzzing city but also a city of contrasts. Whether you like clubbing, chic dining, visiting museums, shopping or classical concerts, Berlin has something for everyone. Discover Berlin at your own pace with the Berlin Welcome Card!
Berlin brims with monuments and attraction; from the 1,316-metre long East-Side Gallery and the 88-metre high Siegessäule to well-known highlights like the Brandenburger Tor, Checkpoint Charlie, the Holocaust Monument, Potsdamer Platz, the Reichstag, the Berliner Dom and the museums on the Museum Island: the Altes Museum, the Alte Nationalgalerie, the Neues Museum,the Pergamon Museum and the Bode-Museum.