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Berlin - is the Welcome card good value?

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My family - 2 adults and 4 teenagers - will be in Berlin for just less than 3 days in July. We are staying very close to the Brandenburg Gate and having been before, think it is pretty easy to walk to many of the "big" sights to see... question is whether or not the 132 Euro for the Welcome Card for zones A, B and C is worth it. Or do we just pay the single fare from the arrival airport - Tegel - and departure airport - Schonefield - and pay as we go? We are most likely going to visit the obvious places - Reichstag (already booked online, thanks for tips!), Checkpoint Charlie, Jewish Museum etc - than "do" Museum Island and all the museums there (remember... teenagers with us!) Or is there a MUST do Museum. So not sure if the discounts with the Welcome Card (around 25%) will be worth it? Any advice? thanks.

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