Berlin Subway Reviews
Berlin under the ground Jan 29, 2009
We took the Berlin subway (U and S bahn) so often we almost can remember all the lines and there stations. The Berlin subway is easy for use. Maps are available at every station. The U-Bahn as it's called has about 170 station in Berlin and has 9 different lines. There are 3 tariff zones A, B and C.
Zone A: Berlin's inner city up to and including the S-Bahn ring
Zone B: outside the S-Bahn ring up to the city boundary
Zone C: Greater Berlin (area approx. 15 km around Land Berlin), including the City of Potsdam
For a 2 day visit you only need the Zone A and B all the famous landmarks of Berlin are in these zones.
A day pass costs you 6,10 Eur and a 4 days pass 8,- Eur so that;s not to bad!!
Don''t get confused sometimes you have to use the S-Bahn also, but you can use your same ticket for that. S-Bahn often drives above the ground.
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