BERLIN TRANSPORT MAP PDF

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Printable & PDF maps of Berlin transportation & transport network, tourist attractions map and other maps of Berlin in Germany. Tickets, tariff zones and route maps of public transportation in Berlin. (pdf) · Tariff Zones of the BVG (pdf) · Night Network of the Public Transport in Berlin (pdf) . Public transportation in Berlin, Germany: S-Bahn, U-Bahn, buses, and tram. Tickets Tickets, tariff zones and route maps of public transportation in Berlin. more.

As a consequence ferry transport forms a part of the transport network of Berlin. There are six passenger ferry routes that operate within the city boundaries of Berlin and are part of the common public transport tariff run by the Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg VBB. Find here an overview of ferries in and around Berlin.

Berlin U Bahn Map

For those wishing to use the maps for commercial purposes The network maps are copyright protected. Beyond the tight restrictions of German copyright law, you may not use them without written permission. You may not duplicate, translate, edit or correct them, or omit any part of them, without our explicit agreement. The VBB also has a large range of printed maps for leisure activities: ideal for excursions in and around the region.

For the entire range of VBB leisure maps, you may look here only in German. For full information and a handy journey planner, go to www.

BVG route & city map

Network maps are posted in stations usually on platforms , on the U-Bahn and S-Bahn, and on trams. Tickets must be validated stamped before boarding the U-Bahn and S-Bahn.

Those bought from bus drivers and on the tram are prevalidated. Bus and tram tickets must be paid for in cash. Tram vending machines only take coins; sometimes exact change is required.

Bus drivers carry only a small amount of change. The ticket inspector gave me a hard time, but I somehow avoided a fine.

Apparently they are very strict with this rule and being a tourist is not a valid reason to avoid a fine. I admitted to my mistake, apologised, got my wallet out to pay the fine and did not offer any excuses.

The inspector stamped my ticket with his machine and walked off :- Since that episode two years ago, I have not forgotten since! Travelcards - I spent a year or so downloading single one journey tickets.

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Recently, I have discovered the 72 hour travel card. It costs For example - I bought a ticket at 9am Friday and it remained valid until midnight Sunday.

That was my interpretation. Someone can correct me if I was wrong. In summary - my advice for people on a two night, three day city break arriving early on the first day is to download a 72 hour ticket.

Validate it once at the airport train station and then explore the city until you leave. Use the same ticket to get to the airport on the third day. The Berlin transport system is very reliable and quick. There is little point in using cabs as the system is so huge.This line was built in For most rides you need an AB ticket; if taking more than two trips per day, get a Tageskarte day pass.

Berlin metro lines (U-Bahn)

Get maps for biking routes here. However, as usual, there are some catches.

Berlin is divided into 3 tariff zones. However East Berlin retained its tram lines, and the current network is still predominantly in that area, although there have been a few extensions back across the old border.

Most of the MetroNetz bus and tram routes operate 24 hours a day, and form part of both the day and night networks.

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