The easiest way to get around in Berlin is by public transport.
The easiest way to get around in Berlin is by public transport. A very well-developed network of buses, trains and trams ensures freedom of movement. In the city centre the frequencies of buses, trains and trams are very regular, and you rarely have to wait longer than 5 minutes.
Tickets are available in all variations. From the short distance to the 7-day travel ticket. There are also offers, that include additional discounts at various cooperation partners, for example, the Berlin Welcome Card.
It is no longer a secret, that the "unofficial" tours are on the bus routes100 and 200. These routes go through interesting tourist areas of Berlin. The 100 bus route runs between "Zoologischer Garten" and "Alexanderplatz" and passes the Bellevue Palace, the Reichstag, along to the street "Unter den Linden" towards Alexanderplatz. The 200 bus route runs almost the same; however it does not go through the government quarter, but makes the way over the Potsdamer Platz and then again, joins into the street "Unter den Linden".
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