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Discounts and Deals

Berlin remains a relatively inexpensive central European destination. The Berlin WelcomeCard (sold by EurAid, BVG offices, the tourist office, and some hotels) entitles one adult and three children under the age of 14 to either two or three days of unlimited travel in the ABC zones for €18.90 or €24.90, respectively, and includes admission and tour discounts detailed in a booklet. The CityTourCard, good for two or three days of unlimited travel in the AB zones costs €15.90 and €21.90, respectively, and details 50 discounts on a leaflet; up to three children under age 6 can accompany an adult.

Many of the 17 Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (state museums of Berlin) offer several ticket options (children up to 18 are welcomed free of charge). A single ticket ranges €4–€8. A three-day pass (Tageskarte or SchauLust Museen Ticket) to all state museums costs €19. This ticket allows entrance to all state museums plus many others for three consecutive days. State museums tend to cluster near one another, and usually a single entrance ticket grants admission to all museums in that area. These areas include Charlottenburg (€8), Dahlem (€6), the Kulturforum in Tiergarten (€8), Hamburger Bahnhof in Moabit (€12), and all museums on Museum Island (€14) in Mitte. All these entrance tickets are for the permanent exhibitions and include an audio guide; special exhibits cost extra.

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