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The Berlin Pass: What’s Included

Aug 19, 2014 4:28 pm by

The Berlin Pass: What’s included?

Deciphering the best way to plan and book your sightseeing can often be a challenge so our latest blog outlines exactly what is included in the Berlin Pass and how it means you don’t have to remember loads of tickets or vouchers.

The Berlin Pass is made up of the following elements; The Berlin Attractions Pass, a Berlin Museum Pass, a Berlin Travelcard and a 95+ page guidebook. Below tells you a bit more about what each element includes and how they work in tandem to give you an all-inclusive Berlin sightseeing experience – enabling you to see the best of the city!

1)      The Berlin Museum Pass

The Berlin Pass package comes with the Berlin Museum Pass which gives you free entry to over 45 top Berlin museums, art galleries and historic buildings including the Bode Museum, Pergamon Museum, Jewish Museum, Anne Frank Museum and Alte National Gallery.

With something to suit everyone’s taste the Berlin Museum Pass is a great addition to the overall Berlin Pass and gives you the freedom to explore many top Berlin sights.

More information about the Berlin Museum Pass >>

2)      Additional Attractions Pass

Unique to the Berlin Pass, the additional Attractions Pass is separate to the Museum Pass and includes free entry to a further 10 top Berlin attractions, tours, museums and historic buildings.

With the Berlin Attractions Pass you can visit the Berlin Cathedral, enjoy a River Cruise, jump on an open top bus tour, explore the Checkpoint Charlie Museums and visit the Stasi Museum.

There are more attractions included on the attractions pass and helps create an all-inclusive sightseeing package unlike discount cards or the Museum Pass on its own. Simply pick the attractions you want to visit from this list, head to the entrance and head straight inside – no need to pay again!

3)      Berlin Zones ABC Travelcard

Deciding how to get around any new city is tough, is it better to travel by bus, metro or simply walk? We’ve made this decision easy – simply choose whichever method you prefer as the Berlin Pass includes a zones ABC public transport which includes metro, buses, overground trains and trams!

Take the stress out of travelling around the city with the included travel card – saving you valuable time and money as you’ll be able to worry about where you’re going rather than how to get there.

4)      Free 95+ page guidebook

Wondering how to get started with planning your sightseeing itinerary and what you’re going to do in Berlin? Don’t panic…lots of visitors are in the same position and will spend hours researching. However, to save you time and resource the Berlin Pass comes with a free 95+ page guidebook which details each attraction/tour included including location, contact details and key information.

Acting as your one stop resource the guidebook is pocket sized and is perfect for when you’re not sure what to do next or what metro stop you need to get off for an attraction.

 

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