Published on : Tuesday, March 7, 2017
The all-inclusive package for visitors to Berlin: the new Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive from visitBerlin in cooperation with Turbopass makes sightseeing in the German capital even more convenient. The official Berlin city pass includes admission to many of the city’s most popular tourist attractions and also unlimited rides on public transport. The all-inclusive tourist ticket will be released in time for ITB.
The Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive includes admission to 30 highlights across the city. Yet another great way to keep the travel budget in check. The highlights include selected national museums in Berlin, such as the Pergamon Museum and the Bode Museum, and private museums such as C/O Berlin, the Jewish Museum, and the DDR Museum. A hop-on, hop-off bus tour and a boat cruise are also included as is admission to Berlin’s TV Tower and Madame Tussaud’s. The city guide that comes with the pass provides valuable insider tips and the city map points the way to all of the participating sites.
All of Berlin with a single card: discover the capital from just €79
The Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive is available from €79 for adults and €49 Euro for children ages 3 to 14. It is available for three durations: 48 hours, 72 hours, and four calendar days. The Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive includes public transport in the city of Berlin and the surrounding region. It will be sold at Berlin Tourist Information centres, at berlin-welcomecard.com, at turbopass.com, and by many travel organisers. The Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive is being offered in partnership with Turbopass.
In addition to the Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive, the Berlin WelcomeCard is also available. For as little as €19.90, the Berlin WelcomeCard offers unlimited travel on Berlin public transport and discounts of up to 50 per cent at more than 200 tourist and cultural attractions across the city.