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This post shows Berlin metro underground subway map for 2012 and 2013 with station names in english language and gives you some additional information on subway system in Berlin.
The capital of Germany is Berlin. The Berlin metro system is also known as U-Bahn (Ubahn). U-bahn is the name for Berlin underground. With an average of 2 million daily ridership (500 million per year), 10 city lines, about 150 kilometres of tracks and 173 stations it is considered as a medium sized metro (subway) system. Berlin began its operation back in the 1902 so it is quite an old system. Some stations are really old. Trains run every two to four minutes when there is most traffic (example during peak hours – morning rush hours / after work rush hours), every five to seven minutes during non-peak hours and about every ten minutes in the evening, when there is lesser traffic. The whole subway is divided into 3 areas. Area A is covering Berlin centre, Area B covers city borders and Area C connects surroundings to the city of Berlin.
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Please see the below link for updated Timetables for Berlin metro.
Berlin metro timetable
Just select the station name where you will be boarding the metro and the station name of your exit and the system will show you the timetable. Usually you don’t have to check timetable because trains run frequently – the Metro runs trough the whole day. During the week from 05:00 in the morning to 01:00 in the morning and non-stop at the weekend every ten to twenty minutes, depending on the time of day. Night buses replace most services between 01:00 and 05:00. Trains are frequent – two to five minutes between each train during rush hours (in the morning and after work rush hours) and up to ten minutes on non peak periods.
Ticket prices list is below.
Ticket prices for visitors:
You have 2 options. You can buy a Berlin CityTourCard or Berlin WelcomeCard.
The advantages of Berlin WelcomeCard:
Free travel with public transport in entire city of Berlin (tariff zone Berlin AB) or alternatively in Berlin and Greater Berlin Area (tariff zone ABC, incl. city of Potsdam) at least 25% and up to 50 % discounts on 200 tourist highlights incl. restaurants, Family friendly offers and City map and guide Berlin WelcomeCard Museum Island: free entrance to all museums and collections on the Museum Island Berlin (special exhibitions excluded) in addition to a 72 hours public transport ticket.
The advantages of Berlin CityTourCard:
Free travel with public transport in the entire city of Berlin (tariff zone Berlin AB) at least 15% up to 50 % discounts on 48 tourist highlights a flyer witch presents all 48 partners of CityTourCard incl. Inner City plan of Berlin plus Network plan for public transport.
|Berlin CityTourCard (48 hours)||Berlin AB||16,9 EUR||Unlimited rides for 48 hours|
|Berlin CityTourCard (72 hours)||Berlin AB||22,9 EUR||Unlimited rides for 72 hours|
|Berlin CityTourCard (5 days)||Berlin AB||29,9 EUR||Unlimited rides for 5 days|
|Berlin WelcomeCard (48 hours)||Berlin AB||17,9 EUR||Unlimited rides for 48 hours|
|Berlin WelcomeCard (48 hours)||Berlin ABC||19,9 EUR||Unlimited rides for 48 hours|
|Berlin WelcomeCard (72 hours)||Berlin AB||23,9 EUR||Unlimited rides for 72 hours|
|Berlin WelcomeCard (72 hours)||Berlin ABC||25,9 EUR||Unlimited rides for 72 hours|
|Berlin WelcomeCard (5 days)||Berlin AB||30,9 EUR||Unlimited rides for 5 days|
|Berlin WelcomeCard (5 days)||Berlin ABC||35,9 EUR||Unlimited rides for 5 days|
|Ticket type||Area||Price||Valid for|
|Single ticket||A B||2,3 EUR||1 trip, max 2 hours, you can change trains|
|Single ticket||B C||2,7 EUR||1 trip, max 2 hours, you can change trains|
|Single ticket||A B C||3 EUR||1 trip, max 2 hours, you can change trains|
|Weekly ticket||A B||27,2 EUR||unlimited trips for 7 days in according areas|
|Weekly ticket||B C||28,0 EUR||unlimited trips for 7 days in according areas|
|Weekly ticket||A B C||33,5 EUR||unlimited trips for 7 days in according areas|
|Small Group Ticket (up to 5 people)||A B||15 EUR||unilimted trips one day in according areas (whole group)|
|Small Group Ticket (up to 5 people)||B C||15,3 EUR||unilimted trips one day in according areas (whole group)|
|Small Group Ticket (up to 5 people)||A B C||15,5 EUR||unilimted trips one day in according areas (whole group)|
– 7 days ticket allows you to travel as often as you want for seven consecutive calendar days.
– Children under age of 6 and small dogs can travel free.
– for smaller group it is advised to buy Group ticket
– Berlin metro 5 day pass is best value for tourists
|Ticket type||Area||Price||Valid for|
|Single ticket||A B||1,4 EUR||1 trip, max 2 hours, you can change trains|
|Single ticket||B C||1,8 EUR||1 trip, max 2 hours, you can change trains|
|Single ticket||A B C||2,1 EUR||1 trip, max 2 hours, you can change trains|
-children are person between age of six and fourteen.
-children under age of six travel free (accompanied by an adult)
You can pay with valid ticket. Insert the ticket into the machine and the door will open.
Please note that one ticket is valid for 120 minutes.
Places where you can buy tickets:
- On every subway station – on the dedicated machine
For additional information visit BVG website website:
-Busy stations can be really crowded
-it takes approximately 60 to 150 seconds to travel between stations (including boarding time)
-Berlin subway is a safe place.
-other names for Berlin metro are: map u bahn Berlin, u bahn Berlin, Berlin Subway map, Berlin underground, Berlin metro, Berlin underground map, Berlin tube map. There are other names too, but this are the most common.
-Berlin metro map translated in german language: Berlin U-Bahn-Karte
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