See all of Berlin with the Berlin Pass! Enjoy free entry to more than 50 attractions and museums, including the Berliner Dom, the Checkpoint Charlie Museum and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Museum Island. Your Berlin Pass also includes a free hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour and a Spree river cruise (summer only). For either two or three consecutive days (your choice), the Berlin Pass offers you great value and convenience. You also have the option to add a travel card. The Berlin Pass is the only city card that offers free entry to all attractions listed.
Berlin is a big, bustling city full of museums, art galleries, iconic landmarks and historic monuments. Where to begin? With the Berlin Sightseeing Pass! The pass offers fantastic value and convenience, with free entry to more than 50 top Berlin attractions, plus included sightseeing tours, river cruises (summer only) and walking tours that allow you to explore all sides of the German capital.If you want to learn more about Berlin's artistic and cultural side, simply use your Berlin Pass for free entry to attractions like the Pergamon Museum, the Alte National Gallery, the Bode Museum or the Jewish Museum on Berlin's Museum Island. Visit the impressive baroque Berliner Dom, where you can climb up the 270 stairs to the dome gallery and enjoy great views over central Berlin. Explore the Checkpoint Charlie Museum, where you can learn everything about the Berlin Wall and cross the border where the East met the West during the Cold War era. Or discover more of Berlin on a hop-on hop-off bus tour, a walking tour or a river boat tour (summer only), where you’ll enjoy iconic Berlin sights from the water.Plus, with the Berlin Pass, see and visit other favorite sights like the Egyptian Museum Berlin, the Church of St Nicholas, the German Guggenheim, the Anne Frank Center, the Kunstbibliothek and the Photography Museum.Your Berlin Pass also includes free travel on public transport in zones A, B and C for your selected number of days. The Berlin Sightseeing Pass is available for two or three consecutive days, so no matter how long you’re in Berlin, you can save time and money at the city’s top attractions.