The Berlin WelcomeCard

The Berlin WelcomeCard

More than just a transport pass!

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Berlin WelcomeCard – © visitBerlin, Foto: Pierre Adenis

Discover Berlin and take advantage of the discounts offered with the Berlin WelcomeCard.

The Berlin WelcomeCard gives you free transport on the city's buses and trains as well as discounts of up to 50 per cent at some 200 partners. It also comes with a practical guide to the city, a map, the city's rail network, tours, and information about all participating discount partners.


The Advantages of the Berlin WelcomeCard at a Glance

  • New: Available as an online ticket
  • Discover Berlin over 48 hours, 72 hours, 4, 5 or 6 days
  • Free travel by bus and rail in zones AB or ABC incl. Schönefeld Airport
  • Exclusive discounts of up to 50% exclusive from some around 200 sights and attractions in Berlin and Potsdam
  • Top landmarks such as the TV Tower, the Berlin Zoo, and Museum Island

The Berlin WelcomeCard is available
The Berlin WelcomeCard is available in three variations, as an

191 discount partners in Berlin and Potsdam

Exclusive discounts of up to 50% on bus tours, walking tours, bike tours, boat tours, attractions, museums, theatres and shows, palaces, shopping, restaurants and hotel restaurants, and day spas.
Visit sights and attractions such as:



Where you can purchase the Berlin WelcomeCard


You can order the Berlin Welcome Card in the visitBerlin online shop.

Or buy it once you arrive in Berlin


Important information


1. What should I take into account when buying a voucher?
After purchasing your Berlin WelcomeCard online, you will receive a voucher. This must be redeemed in Berlin. Upon presentation of the voucher at one of the Berlin Tourist Information Offices at the Central Rail Station, the TV Tower, Europa Center, the Brandenburg Gate, on Kurfürstendamm or at Berlin's airports, you will receive your actual Berlin WelcomeCard and guide.
2. What should I take into account when using public transport?
The Berlin WelcomeCard is also a transport pass and must first be validated by having it stamped in one of the machines available at bus stops or rail stations. This must be done before using on transport or claiming one of the discounts. The validity period of the Berlin WelcomeCard starts from the time stamped by the machine.
3. Which tariff zones are covered by the Berlin WelcomeCard?
The Berlin WelcomeCard AB is only valid in transit zones A and B, which covers the entirety of Berlin's city limits. If you wish to travel to/from Schönefeld and Berlin Brandenburg International airports or want to visit Potsdam or other outlying towns, we recommend the Berlin WelcomeCard ABC.

Note: It is not possible to use the AB ticket in combination with a supplement for just zone C. We have created a list of frequently asked questions about the Berlin WelcomeCard.
4. How many people can use the Berlin WelcomeCard at once?
The Berlin WelcomeCard AB is valid for one person (children under 6 years receive a free Berlin WelcomeCard); the Berlin Welcome Card ABC covers one adult and up to three children under 15 years.
New rules for accompanying children starting in 2016: up to 3 children ages 6 to 14 may travel with an adult with a Berlin WelcomeCard at no extra charge.
5. Can I buy the Berlin WelcomeCard in advance?
If you want to buy the Berlin WelcomeCard before you arrive in Berlin, we recommend you order an online ticket or a shipped ticket.

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More information can be found at Berlin-WelcomeCard.de

Go to berlin-welcomeCard.de to see for yourself all the great discount offers and benefits available to holders of the Berlin WelcomeCard. The site provides detailed information about the available discounts and prices.

Do you have further questions about the Berlin WelcomeCard or our other offerings?
No problem!
Contact the Berlin Service Center at +49(0)30-25 00 24 44. We are here to help from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 7 pm, Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm, and Sundays & German holidays from 10 am to 2 pm.