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You can select a number of European languages at the bottom of the screen. It may be an idea to email your hotel to ask what the nearest main station is. S and U Bahn - it took me a while to understand what S and U is. They are different transport types with different rules on ticketing. But generally, your ticket will be accepted if the zone your station is included in the ticket.
I have never used the trams or buses.
Zones - the city is divided into zones. The airport is zone C. The inner part of the city is A and you may go into zone B.
Ticket types - if you will be using public transport infrequently, download a 2. Your journey must be completed within two hours of validation see below. Ticket validation - in addition to downloading a ticket, you MUST also validate your ticket using one of the red stamping machines on the platform or by the ticket machine. This validates your ticket for travel. downloading a ticket is not enough.
I have forgotten to do this once. The ticket inspector gave me a hard time, but I somehow avoided a fine. Apparently they are very strict with this rule and being a tourist is not a valid reason to avoid a fine. I admitted to my mistake, apologised, got my wallet out to pay the fine and did not offer any excuses. The inspector stamped my ticket with his machine and walked off :- Since that episode two years ago, I have not forgotten since!
Travelcards - I spent a year or so downloading single one journey tickets. Recently, I have discovered the 72 hour travel card. It costs Line U6 Purple It begins in the Alt-Tegel station in the northwest and reaches the Friedrichstrasse station in the center.
The line ends at the South station Alt-Mariendorf. It's The time to make the journey from end to end is 38 minutes. Download U-Bahn Line 6 Map. Line U7 light blue The Berlin metro light blue line is 32 kms long and serves 40 stations. It is the longest line in Berlin metro. A complete trip takes 57 minutes. It begins in the northwest in the Rathaus Spandau station and ends in the southeast station Rudow.
One of the most interesting stations of this line is Richard-Wagner-Platz near the Charlottenburg Palace. Download U-Bahn map, Line 7. The route is 18kms long and serves 24 stations.
Time to make a complete trip is 36 mins. Line U9 Orange The orange line stretches from north to south. This route serves 18 stations and is 12,5kms long. The time required to make a complete trip is 23 minutes. Berlin Underground hours and frequency of service The Berlin metro operates from to on weekdays.
On Weekdays the metro night service is replaced by buses operating less regularly. Tickets and fares Berlin is divided into 3 tariff zones.
Zone A, B and C. The zone A is the city center and the suburban train S-Bahn ring. Based on these three areas, we can download three types of tickets.
There are 3 fares: the regular fare, which is applicable to adults, the reduced rate for children from 6 to 14 years inclusive. The fare for children under age 6, that travel free. The tickets are valid for both the metro and suburban trains, and also for buses and trams Although the most direct and easy way to download your ticket is going to vending machines at any station, tickets can also be downloadd at any sale point of the BVG or S-Bahn, and even online.
It is priced at 6. Kleingruppenkarte ticket for small groups Welcome Card If your stay in Berlin is two or more days and the purpouse of your visit is sightseeing, we recommended to download a Berlin WelcomeCard. WelcomeCard also comes with a guide with maps and recomendations of what to see and what to do in the city.
Valid for one adult and up to three children under 14 years.
Comparing the prices of tickets to the Welcome normal card, you can see that you can easily save money. You can take your bike paying an extra fare in some trains provided that there is enough space.
If you carry a dog a reduced fare ticket is needed. There are also weekly, monthly and other passes and types of tickets. You can get all the updated info about tickets in official website.
How to use the Berlin metro? The first thing I recommend is to get a metro map.
Map are available in any station. If you download a Berlin Welcome Card you also get detailed guides and a map.
Of course, you can also print the map above in our website. Do not be alarmed if at first it seems too complicated because it is not.
Traveling by subway can get you to almost anywhere in the city. But if there is no metro service to your destination a buses or trams will do the job.
On the map we have to find our destination stop and also the direction in which we are going.