Berlin Pass

  • Attractions: over 50 of Berlin’s museums, art galleries and monuments.
  • Children under 4 travel for free.

WHO

WHAT


Overview

A visit of Berlin is never short of interesting things to see and places to visit. Indeed the capital city of Germany has numerous museums, art galleries, historic buildings and iconic landmarks. A fine example of an iconic landmark, that you will be able to visit by using your Berlin Pass, is the Brandenbuerg Gate. If you don’t have much time to visit Berlin, then the open top bus tour is the best way to see the main spots of the city. The Berlin Pass is simply the best way to discover all that Berlin has to offer while saving both money and time!

  • Free entrance: Benefit from free entry to over 50 museums, art galleries and historic buildings including the popular museums on the Berlin Museum Island as well as free entry to an additional 6 attractions (Berliner Dom - the iconic cathedral of Berlin, Berlin Boat Tour, Mauer Museum, Berlin Walking Tour, Open Top Bus Tour).
  • Unlimited travel: Take advantage of your Travelcard, included in your Berlin Pass, to use the Berlin public transport system as you wish. With metro trains, trams and buses at every corner of the city, your travel needs will be fully covered. The included Travelcard covers journeys in Zones ABC (central Berlin including travel form Schönefeld airport).
  • Hop on & hop off tour: Hop on & hop off as much as you want for 1 day in Berlin and enjoy the best sights of the capital city of Germany.
  • Free guidebook: To make sure you do not to miss anything, use your free guidebook. It details useful information including maps and directions as well as great tips on how to make the most out of your trip.

Museum island on Spree river.

How to activate the Berlin Pass?

Once you have booked your Berlin Pass on our website, you must exchange your voucher at a designated location within 6 months from date of purchase.

Voucher exchange location

Humboldt Box
Berlin Pass Desk
Schlossplatz 5
10178
Berlin

Directions:
By bus: 100, 200, TXL
By S-Bahn (tramcar): Exit at Hackescher Markt
By U-Bahn (underground railway): Exit at Spandauer Strasse/Marienkirche

Opening hours:
1st April - 31st October: Monday - Sunday: 10am - 7pm
1st November - 31st March: Monday - Sunday: 10am - 6pm

Closed Christmas Eve

Conditions of use

Validity:
The Berlin Pass is valid for a period of 2 or 3 consecutive days

Discounts:
Children from 6 to 14 inclusive benefit from a reduced fare
Children under 6 go free

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