Things to Do in Berlin in November

Things to Do in Berlin in November

In this post, we provide a list of several fun and interesting things to do in Berlin during the month of November. We will cover a variety of different activities, attractions, events, festivals and more.

If you’re looking for even more great ideas, please consider the following tours and discounts:




The following list will cover the most popular events taking place in Berlin throughout the month. In addition to great concerts and sporting events, we will also include several family-friendly, free and nighttime activities.

1) Take a Walking Tour

Whether you want to learn about the history of this city or see Berlin from a different perspective, there are several great walking tours you can take which cover a variety of subjects.



Here are some of the best options currently available:

Some of these tours are pay-what-you-want, so they’re very affordable. That said, we also offer a variety of self-guided tours you may want to consider which won’t cost you a thing to enjoy:

2) Go to a Concert

Berlin attracts some of the most famous and talented musicians from around the world throughout the year. If you’re looking for some great live music in November, consider one of the following concerts:



You can find all of the exciting musical events happening in Berlin here. Even if you miss out on these events, there are several great venues in this city where musicians will be performing all month long. For more details, please check our post covering live music in Berlin.

3) Attend a Sporting Event

If you’re a football (soccer) fan, both major teams in Berlin will be playing two home games during the month of November. This is an excellent opportunity to see how this city supports its team and join in on the fun!



Hertha BSC

FC Union

You can find all of the sporting events in Berlin here. Both of these teams call the historic Olympiastadion their home. If you want to learn more about the history behind this structure, please read our post about taking the Olympic Stadium Tour.

4) Experience the World of Hans Zimmer

Even if you don’t know him by name, chances are you’re very familiar with the work of this notable composer, as he has produced scores for dozens of beloved films over the past few decades.



Hans Zimmer is the creative genius behind the music in such movies as The Lion King, Interstellar, Pirates of the Caribbean, Gladiator, The Thin Red Line and many more.

The World of Hans Zimmer is a celebration of his work performed by a live symphony featuring several popular themes from a variety of films.

5) Celebrate the Fall of the Berlin Wall

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Berlin Wall falling down, and there will be a series of special exhibitions held this month in honor of the event.



These exhibitions will feature 3D video projections with historic pictures, film, animation and sound installations.

From November 4th – 10th, visitors can expect a total of seven open-air exhibits at the following landmarks:

Each of these attractions is entirely free to enjoy – all you have to do is show up and experience the open-air display!

For more activities that won’t cost a dime, please read our post covering free things to do in Berlin.

6) Take the Kids to the Christmas Garden

If your young ones can’t wait for the holidays to begin, head to the Berlin Botanical Garden to see one of the most festive displays in the whole city.



The Berlin Christmas Garden will feature 30 different holiday lights installations including a Christmas tree, and there will also be an ice rink available throughout the season.

  • Tickets: €17/Adults | €14,50/Kids, Students, Seniors
  • Family Tickets (2 adults + 3 kids): €47
  • Dates: Nov 15th – 30th
  • Hours: 4:30 pm – 10 pm
  • Learn more about the Christmas Garden.

Most tickets are timed, but you can also get a flex-tickets for €24 and visit whenever you want. This activity is not included with general admission to the Berlin Botanical Garden.

Needless to say, this is one of the best attractions to visit after dark during November. If you’re looking for more nighttime fun, check our post covering things to do at night in Berlin.

TIP: If you just want to see the garden during the day, admission is included with at least one Berlin tourist pass.

7) Attend Jazzfest Berlin

Berlin’s Jazz festival will run from October 31st – November 3rd and there will be several different musical performances to enjoy each day.

Many of these jazz shows will take place after dark, and some of them will be entirely free to attend. Even when tickets are required, they usually cost less than €20 per event.



With themes ranging from moving beyond individualism to the future of jazz with progressive and improvisational performances, chances are you’ll be able to find at least one great show to enjoy.

Purchase Jazz Fest Berlin tickets or learn more.

In addition to being a free event, this is also a fantastic nighttime activity. 

If you’re looking for more fun after dark, make sure to check our post about things to do at night in Berlin. Alternatively, anyone looking for more affordable activities should check our list of free things to do in Berlin.

8) Grab a Bite at the Green Market

With the holidays right around the corner, the Green Market will be celebrating with a Winter festival on November 22nd & 23rd.

This food & lifestyle market specializes in vegan and vegetarian dishes, and there will undoubtedly be several festive dishes available to eat.



In addition to the great eats, you can also expect live music, cooking shows, lectures, and artists selling handcrafted gifts.

Whether you’re looking for a new favorite food or you just want to get some ideas for great vegan/vegetarian holiday treats, this is a fantastic event to attend.

Admission is just €5 for adults and it’s free for kids 12 and under!

TIP: If you’re looking for a great place to eat a popular local dish, check our post on where to find the best Currywurst in Berlin.

9) Look for a Great Holiday Gift at Bazaar Berlin

From November 6th – 10th, the sales show Bazaar Berlin will welcome more than 500 manufacturers and retailers from around the world to show off and sell their wares.



This is the perfect place to look for that special holiday gift that you won’t find anywhere else. There will be a nice variety of products including jewelry, clothing, decorations, toys, food, ceramics, glassware and more.

  • Tickets: €9,50/Adults | €8/Students
  • Free for kids 14 and under on Sat & Sun
  • Wed-Sat Hours: 10 am – 8 pm
  • Sunday Hours: 10 am – 7 pm
  • Purchase tickets or learn more.

10) Save Money With a Tourist Pass

No matter what you’re planning to do in Berlin, chances are that some of the attractions you want to visit are included with at least one tourist pass.

These services provide discounts of anywhere from 10% – 50% off general admission prices for a variety of popular activities throughout the city.



While some passes offer admission to dozens of locations for a specific number of days, others allow you to pay one flat price for a set amount of attractions.

Here are a few of the more noteworthy activities included with Berlin tourist passes:

  • Checkpoint Charlie Museum
  • AquaDom & Sea Life Berlin
  • Hop-on-Hop-off Bus Tour
  • Olympic Stadium Tour
  • River Spree Boat Tour
  • Guided Walking Tour
  • Guided Segway Tour
  • Madame Tussauds
  • Berlin Cathedral
  • Berlin Bike Tour
  • TV Tower
  • And more!

In addition to saving money on admission prices at various sites, these passes usually also include skip-the-line access at certain locations.

For more information about how much you can save and how each service works, please read our post about picking the right Berlin tourist pass for your needs.


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Things to Do in Berlin in October

Things to Do in Berlin in October

The following post will cover some of the most interesting activities you can enjoy in Berlin during the month of October. We will also include sections with things to do either for free, with the family or at night.



TOP 10

This section will provide ten of the best attractions and events to enjoy in Berlin this October.

In addition to all of these activities, you may also want to consider exploring the city on one of the following guided excursions:

It’s also worth noting that several of the items below are already included for free or at a discount with the purchase of a tourist discount pass.

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Best Things To Do in Berlin

Best Things to Do in Berlin

Find information on all of the best things to do in Berlin, updated for 2019, including free things, nighttime activities, the city’s top attractions, museums, and points of interest in one convenient location!


Best Things To Do in Berlin



Below are our suggestions for the top 10 things to do in Berlin. Follow each link to a much more comprehensive page on that particular topic.

For more ideas on popular attractions and tours, be sure to read our post outlining and combining the various tourist attraction discount passes available to you in Berlin.


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Where to Find the Top 5 Best Currywurst in Berlin

No trip to Berlin is complete without trying the most popular local food: currywurst. But with thousands of currywurst shops in the city, how to decide which to try? We’ve made a list of our favorite currywurst shops and kiosks that will introduce you to the wonders of combining curry and ketchup on top of a great wurst.  


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Berlin Activities in September

Things to Do in Berlin in September 2019

Even though the summer is over, there are still a lot of fun events happening in Berlin during the month of September.  We’ll start off with our top 10 list and move on from there to include free attractions, things to do at night and family-friendly activities.




This top 10 list will help you narrow down your options in Berlin for the best concerts, events, and attractions to see and participate in during September. 

You can find even more ideas on our other popular Berlin posts: 

Be sure to check out our tours in Berlin post for activities any time of year.

1) Go to a Concert

Berlin is a popular location for live musical performances, so it shouldn’t surprise anyone that there are several notable concerts and festivals taking place this September.



If you want to enjoy some great tunes while you’re here, consider one of the following options:

You can check out the rest of September’s events here

2)  Attend a Football Game

If you’re looking to check out some of the local sports, consider attending a football game in Berlin.

There are two 1st league teams that have games during September and both are sure to put up a fight. 



Even if you’re not a fan of this sport, you might want to see a live game just to experience how this city celebrates and supports their teams. Keep in mind that going to a game can be fun for the whole family!

See everything happening in September here.

And for more family-friendly activities, check out our suggestions below.

3) Enjoy a Drink During Oktoberfest

Despite the name, this beloved festival actually begins on September 20, 2019.

During this event, there will be food stalls, games, and even rides to enjoy. This means that while beer is a central part of the festival, there are plenty of other fun things to do.



Although you can come throughout the week, the party really starts to get hopping on Fridays and Saturdays.

TIP: If you want to find the best beer in the city, make sure to check our post about craft beer in Berlin.

4) Enjoy the Theatre

Berlin often has well-known theatre productions and musicals playing throughout the year.

In September, you can find two theatre productions running! Either one will make for an enjoyable evening out.  




This is the story of a singer and dancer who dreams of becoming famous. Her drinking problem gets in the way of her ambitions while she works at a seedy cabaret.

It runs July 11 – September 15, 2019.

Elvis: The Musical

Fans of The King of Rock and Roll will enjoy this musical that takes the viewer through the different phases of his career. An Elvis impersonator will go through all the greatest hits.

It runs July 31 – September 8, 2019.

If you’re looking for other events in September, take a look at the full schedule.

If you’re looking for more nighttime activities, check out the section below.

5) Take a Walking Tour

No matter what time of year it is, our pay-what-you-wish walking tours are always a great option. We offer a few different tours per day which cover a variety of different topics and locations in Berlin.

Classic Berlin will take you to sites such as Checkpoint Charlie, the Berlin Wall, and Brandenburg Gate.

Alternative Berlin will reveal some of the more noteworthy street art and graffiti in the city. You’ll also see landmarks of rock, reggae, punk and electronic music.



If you’re looking to cover more ground, hop-on-hop-off bus tours are popular, as well as fun bike tours

Check our Berlin tours post for more information. 

6)Attend the Berlin Marathon

The 46th Annual Berlin Marathon will begin on September 29, 2019. With over 40,000 runners, this is one of the largest marathon events in the world.



In addition to the main event, there are also special activities for kids and families. You can also expect live musical performances and other fun things to do during the day.

The best thing about the marathon activities is that all the entertainment is free! 

For more details, check the Berlin Marathon website. For more free things to check out, we have suggestions below.

7) Check Out an Art Festival

As you walk around the streets of Berlin and see the graffiti on display in certain places, it will quickly become apparent that this is a very artistic city.

Berlin Art Week takes place from September 11 – 15, 2019, and its main focus will be on the fairs Art Berlin and Positions Berlin Art Fair, both of which will present their galleries in Tempelhof Airport.



TIP: If you’re interested in seeing some of the most famous artwork in this city, consider taking our Alternative Berlin tour.

8) See the International Stadium Festival

If you’re not interested in seeing a football game, consider attending this festival instead. During the event, 180 world-class athletes compete in 15 sports in the Berlin Olympic Stadium.



This is a great opportunity to see world champions and Olympic medalists competing against one another on a massive scale. Join 50,000 spectators at one of the best sporting events in Berlin on September 1, 2019.

Learn more about the International Stadium Festival.

9) Enjoy Berlin’s Best Classical Musicians

If you’re not interested in the typical rock concert and classical music is more your style, Musikfest Berlin will be a must. 



Several great musicians and orchestras will be on hand to perform memorable shows for their audience. Musikfest Berlin runs from August 30 – September 19, 2019. 

10) Save 50% Off Attractions with a Tourist Discount Card

 With so many things to see and do in Berlin, it can be easy to go over budget unless you have a tourist discount attraction pass.

These passes work by offering bulk discounts on multiple attractions when you purchase just one card up front. They often save you time as well, with skip-the-line passes that allow you to bypass the box office. 



Attractions Include: 

  • German Spy Museum
  • Jewish Museum of Berlin
  • The Wall Museum
  • Madame Tussauds Berlin
  • Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour
  • River Cruises

To see our in-depth guide to Berlin’s tourist passes, check out the full post. 


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This section will provide a few ideas for things you can do after dark in Berlin during the month of September. 



Visit our master post on things to do at night in Berlin for extra ideas. 

Visit the Reichstag Dome

Although you can visit this landmark pretty much anytime throughout the day, the Reichstag Dome looks even more impressive at night and provides a wonderful view of the city after dark.

The Reichstag and its incredible dome are open until midnight on most nights with the last entry being at 10 pm.

The best part about this activity is that it’s actually free. Unfortunately, you do need tickets and you must apply for them ahead of time.

We suggest filling out an application at least a few days prior to your trip, but you can also apply for tickets at the service desk up to 2 hours before your desired visit.

Read our post on getting tickets to the Reichstag Dome for more information. 

Go on a Pub Crawl

In addition to our more prevalent walking tours during the day, we also provide information about a selection of night tours you can take in Berlin.

There is a variety of pub crawls to consider and even a twilight tour which will reveal a side of the city that few travelers ever get to see.

For more details on the types of tours, you can take after dark, check our post about Berlin Pub Crawls and Night Tours.

Take an Evening River Cruise

Taking a river cruise in any city can give you a unique perspective, and Berlin is no exception. One of the more charming activities in the city is to take a sightseeing dinner cruise


Berlin Boat Tours
This photo of Berlin Boat Tour is courtesy of TripAdvisor


You can enjoy a multiple course dinner, including drinks while listening to live commentary about Berlin from English and German-speaking tour guides.

Jewish Film Festival

This festival, held September 8 – 17, 2019, takes place in multiple cinemas around Berlin and showcases the best of Jewish and Israeli filmmakers and directors.

Choose an afternoon or evening to attend a movie, premiere, or discussion with a producer or director to learn more about Jewish life.

To find out more about the two weeks of Jewish Film Festival events, check out their website.


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If you’re looking for something fun to do with the kids, this section will provide some ideas for interesting family-friendly activities taking place in Berlin during September.



Celebrate Heritage Day at the Monuments

In Berlin, Heritage Day is also known as the Day of the Open Monument, because several historic locations will open their doors to all visitors.

In addition to free guided tours of museums, memorials, theatres, churches and other locations, there are also bike tours and other activities.

If you’re looking for an educational experience for the whole family, head out to some of these monuments on September 9 and enjoy the benefits of this Heritage Day activity.

For more information, visit the Berlin Heritage Day website.

Take the Kids to the Berlin Zoo

This is probably a no-brainer, but there aren’t too many bad times to take your family to the zoo and September is a particularly good month for the activity. Not only will the weather be nice, but there are also a number of events you can attend.


This photo of Zoo Berlin is courtesy of TripAdvisor


One recurring event is an after-work tour which will allow you to see the zoo after the gates close, but there are also photography walks and other activities you can attend.

For more details on everything you can see and do, read our post about the Berlin Zoo.

Make a Trip to LEGOLAND

No matter how big or small your family members are, chances are they’ll all jump at the idea of visiting LEGOLAND. After all, who doesn’t love LEGO?

This amusement park features a number of fun activities for fans of all ages, including rides, playrooms, building workshops, and even a 4D cinema.

In 2018, older builders will also have the opportunity to celebrate these classic blocks during the adult fan evening event.

TIP: LEGOLAND tickets are actually included with the Berlin Pass. For more information, read our post about Berlin discount passes.

Attend the Fantasy FilmFest

If you have any older kids in your family, this film festival might be an excellent activity. Many of the movies included are intended for older audiences, but several titles are perfect for teens and young adults.

Filmmakers such as James Franco and actors like Nicolas Cage are featured in some of the movies that will be shown during the 2018 Fantasy Film Festival.

Needless to say, this is an excellent event for the movie buffs in your family.


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The following section will include activities that you can enjoy for free in Berlin throughout the month of September.

For even more ideas, read our master post on free things to do in Berlin.



Visit Tempelhof Field

What was once an airport has since been transformed into a public park for recreation. Even if you don’t feel like taking a tour, this is a great place to visit if you want to celebrate the anniversary of the Berlin Airlift. 

In addition to celebrating that moment in history, this is also a great place to fly a kite, go skateboarding or enjoy a bike ride. Many of the companies who provide bike tours in Berlin will also offer bike rentals for much less, and you might want to consider renting a bicycle for a trip around Tempelhof Field.

Go to a Flea Market

There are several interesting flea markets throughout Berlin which reflect the culture and history of the city. 

In addition to a variety of fresh produce from local grocers, you’ll also find bookstores and cafes where you can relax and take a break from all the shopping. Some flea markets also include jewelry shops and second-hand clothing stores, as well as live entertainment in the form of karaoke shows.

For more information on this activity, make sure to read our post about the best flea markets in Berlin.

Take a Self-Guided Tour

If you don’t feel like joining a group of people for a guided tour, consider going on your own self-guided tour instead. We offer several free self-guided tours in Berlin which will allow you to explore and discover many different areas in this historic city.

For even more ideas, read our master post on free things to do in Berlin.


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Berlin Pass, WelcomeCard, Museum Pass oder City Tour Card?

Dieser Beitrag vergleicht Touristentickets für Berlin und hilft Ihnen bei der Auswahl. Ist eine Touristen-Rabattkarte die Kosten wert? Und wenn ja, welches?



Im Allgemeinen ist ein Pass wert zu kaufen, wenn Sie zu zwei oder mehr Museen gehen und mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln reisen. 

Um Ihnen bei der Auswahl zu helfen, haben wir die Touristentickets und was diese bieten, verglichen. 

Wer Berlin entdecken möchte, hat die Qual der Wahl: Mit mehr als 175 Museen, historischen Gebäuden und Plätzen, Veranstaltungen, Attraktionen, Touren, Clubs und vielem mehr, kann jeder Tourist sein Berlinprogramm je nach Interesse zusammenstellen.

Angebote für spezielle Touristen- und Kombitickets helfen bei der Planung und und bieten vor allem preisliche Vorteile. 

Touristenkarten umfassen Tickets für öffentliche Verkehrsmittel, Rabatte auf Museumseintritte, Sehenswürdigkeiten, Attraktionen, Bars und Clubs.

Wir haben in diesem Blogpost die wichtigsten Optionen für Sie zusammengetragen.

Lohnt sich ein Pass überhaupt? Und wenn ja, welcher für wen?

Generell gilt: Ein Pass lohnt sich, wenn man zwei oder mehr Museen besuchen will und sich mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln fortbewegt.


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Berlin WelcomeCard

Mit 25% bis 50% Rabatt bei über 200 Veranstaltungsorten und einem Ticket für öffentliche Verkehrsmittel ist die Berlin WelcomeCard wie gemacht für Reisende, die nichts verpassen wollen.  

Um Rabatte zu bekommen, muss das Ticket und der damit verbundene Reiseführer vorgezeigt werden.

Eine Vielzahl an Museen von traditionellen Kunstmuseen bis hin zu außergewöhnlicheren Museen, wie das Trabi Museum und das  Currywurst Museum, können mit der WelcomeCard besucht werden.

Hinzu kommen Vergünstigungen auf Vorführungen in Theater, Oper, Ballett, Musicals und Comedy.

Die WelcomeCard gibt außerdem einen Überblick über Touranbieter, Restaurants, Essensstände und Bars.

Viele Sehenswürdigkeiten wie der Berliner Zoo oder Legoland sind besonders für Familien mit Kindern attraktiv.   

Lesen Sie hier Bewertungen.



Mit der Berlin WelcomeCard kann eine unbegrenzte Nummer an Kindern bis 7 Jahre umsonst mitfahren. Kinderwagen und Gepäck darf auch kostenlos mitgenommen werden.

Mit dem Ticket für die Tarifzone ABC kann man bis zu 3 Kinder zwischen 6 und 14 Jahren mitnehmen.

Für Hunde muss ein reduziertes Ticket erworben werden und auch für Fahrräder bezahlt man extra.

Die Ermäßigungen gelten jedoch nur für den Ticketinhaber, manche Partner bieten aber auch Sonderpreise für begleitende Kinder an.

Das Verkehrsticket ist gültig in allen U-Bahnen, S-Bahnen, Bussen, Nachtbussen, Trams und zwei Fähren. Das Ticket muss vor dem ersten Besuch entwertet werden. 

Die WelcomeCard bietet verschiedenen Optionen, was Dauer und Tarifzone betrifft. Man kann sich für Stadt Berlin (Tarifzone AB) oder Berlin und Umgebung (Tarifzone ABC) entscheiden.

Hier können Sie den Berlin WelcomeCard kaufen und mehr erfahren.

Berlin Stadt  

Ticket für die Tarifzone AB, einschließlich Flughafen Tegel. 

VORSICHT: nicht! Flughafen Schönefeld

  • 48 Stunden €20
  • 72 Stunden €29
  • 4 Stunden €34
  • 5 Stunden €38
  • 6 Stunden €43

Berlin + Potsdam 

Verkehrsticket für die Tarifzone ABC einschließlich Potsdam und das Neue Palais. Das Ticket schließt auch Tegel und Schönefeld ein.

Tipp: Es gibt die Möglichkeit, Zone C zu dem regulären AB Ticket hinzuzufügen. Allerdings ist diese Option nicht gültig für die WelcomeCard.

  • 48 Stunden €23
  • 72 Stunden €32
  • 5 Tage €37
  • 5 Tage €42
  • 6 Tage €47

Berlin WelcomeCard Museumsinsel 

Diese Variante ist ein 72-Stunden Ticket, das die gleichen Vorzüge wie die oben genannten Tickets bietet.

Zusätzlich bekommt man hiermit aber FREIEN EINLASS in die fünf bekanntesten Museen der Museumsinsel (Alte Nationalgalerie, Altes Museum, Bodemuseum, Neues Museum und Pergamonmuseum).

Vorsicht: Sonderausstellungen sind nicht im Preis enthalten

  • Tarifzone AB € 44,00
  • Tarifzone ABC € 46,00
  •  Lesen Sie hier Bewertungen.
  • Hier kann man die Berlin WelcomeCard Museumsinsel kaufen und mehr erfahren.


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All inclusive: Der Berlin Pass  Berlin pass

Der Berlin Pass ist die teuerste Option aber auch die mit dem umfangreichsten Angebot.

Der Passt lohnt sich, wenn man genug Zeit und Interesse mitbringt, sowohl die bekanntesten Museen als auch die interessantesten Sehenswürdigkeiten zu besuchen und darüber hinaus plant, an verschiedenen Führungen teilzunehmen.

Der Pass umfasst:

  • Freien Eintritt in 45 bekannte Museen einschließlich der teuersten– Pergamon Museum, Checkpoint Charlie Museum, Altes Museum, Bode Museum und viele andere
  • Freien Einlass in 9 der bekanntesten Attraktionen einschließlich Madame Tussauds, das Berlin Dungeon, LEGOLAND, der Berliner Dom, AquaDom & Sea Life Berlin und viele andere
  • Freie Führungen mit offenen Doppeldeckerbussen, die Tag und Nacht in Betrieb sind; eine Fahrradtour, eine Führung zu Fuß, eine Segway Tour und eine Flussrundfahrt
  • Einen kostenlosen 95-seitigen Reiseführer (verfügbar auf English, Deutsch oder Italienisch)
  • Die Möglichkeit, ein Zusatzticket für den öffentlichen Verkehr für die Tarifzone ABC käuflich zu erwerben


  • Ohne Verkehrsticket
    • 3-Tages Pass: Erwachsene €99; Kinder €74
  • Mit Verkehrsticket für die Tarifzone ABC
    • 3-Tages Pass: Erwachsene €123; Kinder €90

Hier können Sie den Berlin Pass kaufen und mehr erfahren. Man kann den Berlin Pass auch schon vor der Reise bestellen und zugeschickt bekommen oder ihn vor Ort beim Humboldt Box Kiosk oder auf der Museumsinsel kaufen.  

Lesen Sie hier Bewertungen.


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Berlin CityTourCard  

berlin city tour card

Wer sich eher weniger für traditionelle Museen interessiert, der sollte die Berlin CityTourCard in Erwägung ziehen.  

Die Berlin CityTourCard kann man für 48 Stunden, 72 Stunden oder 4, 5, oder 6 Tage bekommen.

Sie beinhaltet entweder ein Ticket für Berlin mit der Tarifzone AB oder für das gesamte öffentliche Verkehrsnetz Berlins und Umgebung (Tarifzone ABC).

Eine Anschlussfahrkarte für den Bereich C ist in Verbindung mit der CityTourCard AB nicht gültig.

Mehr als 50 Anbieter verkaufen die Berlin CityTourCard mit Rabatten von 15% bis 50%.

Neben verschiedenen geführten Touren kann man Sehenswürdigkeiten wie den Fernsehturm oder Sportveranstaltungen wie z.B. Basketballspiele besuchen.

Die CityTourCard deckt die eher nicht-traditionellen Museen ab, wie z.B. das Mauer- und Filmmuseum.

Des Weiteren unterscheidet sich die Berlin CityTourCard vom Berlin Pass (neben der Anzahl der Anbieter), auch darin, dass sie Nachtclubs wie Matrix und den Sophienclub miteinschließt.

  • Berlin Stadt, Tarifzone AB
    • 48 Stunden €18,90
    • 72 Stunden €25,90
    • 4 Tage €31,90
    • 5 Tage €35,90
    • 6 Tage €39,90
  • Berlin und Umgebung, Tarifzone ABC
    • 48 Stunden €20,90
    • 72 Stunden €27,90
    • 4 Tage €34,90
    • 5 Tage €40,90
    • 6 Tage €45,90

Hier können Sie den City Tour Card kaufen und mehr erfahren.

Tickets kann man außerdem an allen Ticketautomaten der öffentlichen Verkehrsmittel kaufen, allerdings muss man dann das Heft mit den Eintrittskarten separat bei einem der Verkaufsstandorte erwerben.

Um Ermäßigungen zu erhalten, muss sowohl das Ticket als auch das Heft vorgezeigt werden. 


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50 Museen in 3 Tagen: Museumspass Berlin   

Berlin Museum pass

Für kulturhungrige Museumsfans bietet der Museumspass Berlin Einlass in 50 Museen für €29,00 (reduzierter Preis €14,00) an drei aufeinander folgenden Tagen.

Er enthält auch eine hilfreiche Broschüre, die über Berlins Museumswelt informiert.

Tipp: Augen offen halten nach Sonderangeboten in der Weihnachtszeit!

Den Museumspass Berlin kann man online kaufen und folgende Museen damit besuchen:

  • Alte Nationalgalerie
  • Altes Museum
  • Anne Frank Zentrum
  • Anti-Kriegs-Museum
  • Bauhaus-Archiv Museum für Gestaltung
  • Berlinische Galerie
  • Botanisches Museum
  • Deutsche Kathedrale
  • Deutsches Technikmuseum
  • Gemäldegalerie
  • Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart
  • Jüdisches Museum
  • Kunstgewerbemuseum
  • Kulturforum
  • Köpenick Palast
  • Labyrinth Kindermuseum Berlin
  • MACHmit! Museum für Kinder
  • Berggrün Museum
  • Museum für Naturkunde
  • Neues Museum
  • Nikolaikirche
  • Pergamonmuseum
  • Schwules Museum
  • Museen Dahlem (Ethnologisches Museum, Museum für Asiatische Kunst, Museum Europäischer Kulturen)


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Hop On Hop Off Berlin

Hop-On-Hop-Off Berlin Tours

This post compares the various Berlin bus tours available, including a free option, and will help you decide which bus tour, if any, is best for you or your family. (en español)



Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Tours of Berlin

These are the double-decker, open-top bus tours offered by different companies that have its own buses circling the city along a particular route all day long. Read more »

Berlin boat tours

Best Berlin Boat Tours in English

This post compares various Berlin boat tours and cruises, including sightseeing cruises, night tours, dinner cruises, bus/boat combo tours, and special event cruises.



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