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EasyCityPass Berlin: Public Transportation and Discounts

1. EasyCityPass Berlin: Public Transportation and Discounts

Discover the exciting city of Berlin with the EasyCityPass and benefit from many advantages. The EasyCityPass offers you an inexpensive ticket for public transportation as well as discounts from many different cooperation partners from a wide variety of industries. The discount partners come from the areas of gastronomy, culture & stage, shopping, fun & action, sightseeing, specials and nightlife. It is practical for families that the EasyCityPass allows up to three children until the age of 14 years to travel free of charge. Together with your EasyCityPass, you will receive a flyer detailing the partners and their advantages. The locations of the attractions are also listed together with the respective public transport connections. Discount list (subject to change) Places of Interest: Alternative Berlin Tours -2 EUR Berlin Dungeon -20% Madame Tussauds -20% Stadt im Ohr -20 % Teufelsberg guided tours -20% Illuseum Berlin -10% Culture and Stage:   Friedrichstadt Palace -10% Tipi am Kanzeleramt -5.50 EUR Wintergarten Varieté -25% Gastronomy:   Berlin Kaffeerösterei 1 free espresso eliza - Café & Lieblingsstücke -10% Nocti Vagus Dunkelrestaurant with show stage -10% Fun and Action:   Dockx schwarzlicht Minigolf & Lasertag -1.40 EUR Exit The Room (Berlin) -15% JetSim flight simulation -10% LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Berlin -20% SeaLife Berlin -20% Stand Up Paddling -20% Segwaytour Berlin -10 EUR

Berlin: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

2. Berlin: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Get the most out of your time in Berlin and take in the sights according to your schedule on a self-guided walking tour. Download an audio guide onto your mp3 player and get a detailed map to help you explore. Learn more about sights like the Berlin Cathedral, the New Museum, the renown Pergamon Museum, Madame Tussaud’s, the Berlin State Opera House, and the compelling statue of Frederick the Great. Listen to engaging content to help you understand more about the Brandenburg Gate monument, Paris Place, Hacke's Courtyards, and the Red Town Hall. Take your time and savor the sights of this wonderful city in your own way.

Berlin: Stasi Museum Private Guided Tour with Entry Ticket

3. Berlin: Stasi Museum Private Guided Tour with Entry Ticket

Find out about life in the GDR on this tour of Berlin’s Stasi Museum. Meet your guide and hop on public transport to the museum – the cost of public transport and entry is included. Discover exactly how the Stasi operated and see the original offices of the head of the Minister of State Security. Meet your local guide at Alexanderplatz, where you will hear a brief historical introduction to the topic. Go by public transport to the museum and relax knowing your guide will not only take care of the transport tickets, but the entry tickets to the museum, too. Take a look at how the Stasi operated and see their original spying technology, including bugs and hidden cameras. Find out how informants were recruited and how the citizens of the city were controlled. Marvel at the highlight of the museum, the Ministerial offices, which are completely untouched.

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What people are saying about Alexanderplatz

A very valuable ticket Only I wish if there would be more points to collect the ticket Only one defect is the wrong information about the ticket office working hours, they close at 7 pm and not 8 pm as mentioned

Everything is well marked. You have to pick up the tickets at Berlin Hbf and from there you can immediately take the metro or bus or tram. Please stamp at the metro station.

Competent guide who knew his way around and was able to provide a lot of information and good insights away from touristy Berlin.

Excellent value for money and Berlin has a fantastic public transport system.

Ease ! And essential if you want to discover Berlin from East to West