Types of tourist cards

Types of tourist cards

With the Berlin WelcomeCard, you receive the right ticket for any stay, no matter if it is a two-day weekend trip or a five-day tour to the capital; alone, with a partner or with your family. You can choose the right Berlin WelcomeCard from a total of seven ticket variants. The tickets are valid for 48 hours, 72 hours or 5 days. For all art enthusiasts, we recommend the Berlin WelcomeCard Museum Island, which also gives free access to the museums on the Museum Island.

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The Berlin WelcomeCard 5 days in Berlin (AB) is just the right thing for all those who would like to take more time for a personal exploration of the city. Since it is...
The Berlin WelcomeCard in the variant Berlin + Potsdam (ABC) is the ideal ticket for those who wish to discover the surrounding area, including Potsdam, during their...
The Berlin WelcomeCard in the Berlin + Potsdam variant (ABC) is the perfect ticket for families and for all who would like to experience a little bit more. Since it is...
Suitable for the fare zone Berlin ABC, the users of this ticket variant can use all of the public transport within the fare zone Berlin ABC 48 hours after the time of...
The Berlin WelcomeCard 48h AB is the perfect start into a city trip to Berlin. The users of this ticket variant can use this card for 48 hours after purchase to travel...
You can use the Berlin WelcomeCard 72h Berlin (AB) not just three days, but a full 72 hours in order to explore the Spree metropolis. The card is valid for the fare zone...
As an extension to the classical Berlin WelcomeCard variants, there is also the Berlin WelcomeCard Museum Island for art and culture enthusiasts.
To whom the museums of the Museum Island aren't enough, there is plenty more to explore in Potsdam and the parts of Brandenburg, located near Berlin. In addition to the...
Kino International – © Yorck Kinogruppe

Five minutes’ walking distance from Alexanderplatz. Huge hand-painted film posters hang on the sandstone façade of the postmodern building from the 60’s. Though its architecture is striking from the outside, the building’s most impressive features are found inside. With its magnificent chandeliers, retro eastern European style, red armchairs and huge glass front, the cinema’s foyer is a highlight in itself. Be it premieres or gay parties, this cinema hosts all sorts of events where glamorous VIPs mix with students, film lovers and party people.