EUROCORR 2022

Berlin / Visitors Information

Berlin: The city that never sleeps!

Berlin as the capital of Germany has a significant and fascinating history. More than 3 million people live in twelve districts which are very different from each other.

Berlin stands for freedom, tolerance and diversity of lifestyles. Go on a journey through time and discover the scenes of world history in Berlin.


Visit Berlin as official Travel Website

To plan your visit and to receive detailed and useful information about Berlin, please go to Berlins' official travel website.

"Visit Berlin"

Here you will find all information for sightseeings, events, hotel and travel arrangements, ticket and tours.

Exploring Berlin: here
Exploring Berlin via Bike: here
Exploring Berlin via Boat: here


Berlin Welcome Card

Do you want to explore Berlin (maybe Potsdam) with his famous sigths and culture hightlights? Then we can recommend you the Berlin Welcome Card – Berlin’s official tourist ticket.

The Berlin Welcome Card is also your ticket for public transport services across the entire city – and if you prefer, also includes Potsdam.
Berlin is divided into the fare zones A, B and C for which you will need an appropriate travel ticket to use the public transport service (including bus & rail). Section A comprises the Berlin inner city up to and including the S-Bahn Ring. Section B is located outside the S-Bahn Ring up to the city limits. Section C is the area around Berlin, including the town of Potsdam, the Sachsenhausen Memorial Site and Berlin's Schönefeld Airport.

More information here: Berlin Welcome Card

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9-EURO-TICKET

For just 9 EURO, you will be able to travel all over in German (including Berlin) on public local/regional trains for a whole month. The 9-EURO-Ticket is available in the period from 1 June 2022 to 31 August 2022. You can buy it online here:
https://www.bahn.com/en/offers/regional/9-euro-ticket-en

Please note: The ticket is not valid on long-distance trains (e.g. IC, EC or ICE) or long-distance buses.

More information about the 9-EURO-Ticket you will find here:
https://www.bahn.com/en/offers/regional/9-euro-ticket-en