The Berlin Pass is a complete package which includes everything you need for the perfect city adventure, from entry to top attractions and museums to a handy Travelcard for the public transport system.
There are two options for your Berlin Pass: a 2-day Pass or a 3-day Pass. Choose the one that suits you best. Every Berlin Pass contains the following:
Berlin Museum Pass: Free entry to over 50 museums, art galleries and historic buildings including the popular museums on Berlin Museum Island.
Berlin Attractions Pass: Free entry to an additional six attractions including the Berliner Dom and a hop-on-hop-off open top bus tour.
Travelcard: Free travel on public transport in Berlin covering zones ABC.
Berlin Guidebook: Free 90+ page guidebook (available in English, German & Italian) full of useful information such as travel directions, opening and closing times, and insider tips.
How will you use your Berlin Pass? With a choice of over 50 museums, monuments, galleries and attractions there’s something for everyone. To get you started, here’s a list of the top 10 Berlin attractions, all of which can be visited for free with your Pass.
Top 10 Berlin Attractions
1. Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral): A neo-Baroque building with an impressive dome. Admire city panoramas from the dome gallery and the ancient tombs in the Hohenzollern Crypt.
2. Berlin Bus Tour: With a Berlin Pass you get an all-day hop-on-hop-off ticket for a bus tour covering all the key attractions and landmarks.
3. Pergamon Museum: Fabulous collection of treasures including sculptures, reconstructed ancient buildings and classical antiquities. Should not be missed!
4. Checkpoint Charlie Museum (Mauermuseum): Located at the famous Checkpoint Charlie Crossing, this museum tells the story of the Berlin Wall and the dramatic escape attempts by hot air balloon, chairlifts and even a small submarine.
5. Berlin River Cruise: See some of the Berlin’s most iconic buildings and monuments on a relaxing 1-hour cruise along the River Spree.
6. Bode Museum: Boasts a rare collection of sculptures from the middle ages to early renaissance. Don’t miss the amazing Coin Cabinet ("The Münzkabinett") which holds approximately 500,000 pieces.
7. Brücke Museum: Home to over 400 paintings and sculptures by the “Brucke” artists, who played a key role in the birth of “Expressionism”.
8. Jewish Museum Berlin: Housed in one of the most exciting pieces of modern architecture in Berlin (designed by Daniel Libeskind) the museum is dedicated to the history and life of German Jews.
9. Alte National Gallery: A superb collection of 19th century art covering the period from the French Revolution to World War 1.
10. Gemalde Gallery: Home to more than 2,700 pieces of 13th to 18th century European art. Highlights include the world’s largest collection of Rembrandt’s work and the famous painting by Jan Vermeer, the “Young Lady With String Of Pearls”.
The above list is just a small taste of the delights on offer with the fantastic Berlin Pass. There are at least 40 more great attractions included in this super-value package!