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TB’s Ultimate Berlin Guide: Top-5 Ways of Getting Around

Calling all Berlin Final Four visitors! We’ve spent countless hours researching so you don’t have to. We’ve created an ultimate guide, bursting with a whopping 100 recommendations in Berlin! From must-see attractions to hidden gems, local events, and insider tips, we’ve got you covered.

We continue our Ultimate Berlin Guide with the Top-5 Ways of Getting Around, for the fans who wish to make the most out of their visit to Berlin and move around smartly and efficiently.

  1. Walking: Berlin is indeed a remarkably walkable city. Its well-connected public transportation system, impressive infrastructure, and numerous points of interest within walking distance make it an ideal destination for exploring on foot.

  1. Public Transport: Berlin has an extensive and well-developed network of public transport that includes underground and light-rail trains as well as buses and trams.

Tourists can make the most out of 48hrs – 6 days tickets designed specially for tourists’ needs, some of which include free entrance or discounts for many of Berlin sightseeing spots. You can find and buy the ticket that suits your needs the most, in the links below:

Tickets: BVG, Berlin Welcome Card, Berlin CityTour Card.

  1. Biking: Berlin offers a comprehensive infrastructure for cyclists, making it a bike-friendly city. The roads in Berlin are equipped with clearly marked bike lanes, ensuring the safety of cyclists.

In the spirit of flexibility and sustainability, Berliners and visitors can cycle through the capital on sharebikes. Some of the companies offering this services are:

Tier, Nextbike, Bolt, Lime and more.

  1. E-Scooters: Electric scooters – also known as e-scooters – are the latest form of electric mobility on Berlin’s streets. Electric pedal scooters are small, manoeuvrable and particularly suitable for covering shorter distances quickly and comfortably.

There are several e-scooters providers in Berlin, so you won’t have to look far to find one readily available to rent.

  1. Car Sharing: In Berlin you can easily do without your own car. For people who still want to use a car from, especially if they wish to take a Day Trip outside Berlin, there are several providers offering the service, some of which are listed below:

Miles, ShareNow, Cambio, SixtShare and more.

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