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Free public transportation with BVG Berlin

Book the public transport ticket and save 7,20 € per day.

With the bookable BVG-Ticket you can use the Berlin public transport for free.
The ticket allows you to use buses, trains and trams of the BVG with no extra cost. Since the ticket is valid in zones A, B and C, the transfer from and to the airport is included within the validity period. At the time of booking you have the possibility to choose your local transport ticket for 48 hours, 72 hours or 4 days.

Highlights BVG

  • Information about public transport in Berlin
  • Overview of railway lines
  • Up to 3 children from 6-14 years can travel for free
  • From validation the choice between 48h, 72h and 4 days

Description BVG

On Saturdays, Sundays and on public holidays the metro and S-Bahn as well as the Metrobuses M11 and M85 drive round the clock. The S–Bahn drives every 30 minutes at night and the metro every 15 minutes. In the week, from Monday to Friday, the metro departs from 4 am to 1:30 am at night. During the day every 5 minutes and in the evening every 10 minutes. The S-Bahn drives from 4:30 am until 1 am at night. It drives every 5, 10 or 20 minutes depending on the peak times. Afterwards drive in Berlin night buses, which depart the lines of the metro.

The metro lines are divided into East–West and North–South:

East–West lines:

The famous and oldest metro line U1 connects Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg with the City West and the Kurfürstendamm where you can visit the Museum The Story of Berlin or the Jewish Museum. There are numerous shopping centers, as well as KaDeWe. In addition the much–bespoke U1 also drives from the metro station Warschauer Straße through Kreuzberg to the Uhlandstraße in Charlottenburg. Very close to these stations you will find the Berlin Wall as well as many bars and discos. Likewise the U1 drives over the beautiful and conspicuous Oberbaumbrücke. In the near you can also visit The Wall Museum for free with the Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive.

Take the U2 metro line to the city center. There are important stops like the Olympiastadion, Bahnhof Zoo, Potsdamer Platz, Stadtmitte, Alexanderplatz and Schönhauser Allee. With this metro you can also drive to the Berliner Fernsehturm, the entrance is free for you and you enjoy also fast track entrance. So you have enough time to explore the other sights like the Hamburger Bahnhof, the German Spy Museum, the Olympiastadion or the Dalí Museum for free with the Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive.

The metro line U7 is the longest line in Berlin. This route connects the western district of Spandau with the Rudow district. This train takes you through Charlottenburg, Schöneberg, Kreuzburg and Neukölln to Rudow.

North-South lines:

The metro line U6 drives from Tegel to Mariendorf in the district Tempelhof-Schöneberg. This train goes to important stops like Wedding, Friedrichstraße, Stadtmitte, Mehringdamm and Tempelhof. Sights such as the German Historical Museum or the Pergamonmuseum are located on the route and is free for you with your Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive.

Another north-south line is the metro line U8. It goes from Wittenau via Gesundbrunnen, Alexanderplatz and Kottbusser Tor to the Hermannstraße in Neukölln. This train takes you to the DDR Museum or to the German Currywurstmuseum and other great attractions included in the Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive.

The metro line U9 connects Wedding with Steglitz and goes through Tiergarten and the City West with the Kurfürstendamm and the station Zoologischer Garten. The U9 will take you to the photographic places C/O Museum and also to the Museum of Photography. These sights and many more are free for you with the Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive

There is free Wifi at all metro stations in Berlin.

Book the BVG ticket in addition to the Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive and travel in zones A, B and C for free. As the ticket is valid in these zones you can also benefit from a free transfer from and to the airport.

With the booked BVG Ticket for the Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive you can explore the public transport for free.