Trip to Brandenburg for free

Got a weekly, monthly or yearly public transport ticket for Berlin? This September, during weekends, it is valid even throughout Brandenburg + your friend rides with you for free! And for everyone else: Buy a single ticket and it will be valid the whole day.

The so-called “Added value weekends” (Mehrwertwochenenden) are a campaign of Berlin-Brandenburg’s transport association to thank their customers for their patience during the Coronavirus pandenmic.

The special offer will be valid during all weekends in September (Saturday and Sunday), plus on Tuesday  22nd (“Carfree Tuesday”).

You can use this opportunity for a free trip to Potsdam’s castles, a boat tour in the Spreewald channels, a day trip to Cottbus or even a day trip to Frankfurt (Oder), with a walk over the border to Poland – with cheap shopping opportunities.

Besides, you don’t need to go alone: with your monthly ticket, you are allowed to take with you an adult and up to 3 children (up to 14 years old).

And even if you don’t have a monthly ticket, there is still a cheap offer: Buy a single ticket and it will be valid the whole day. This works also for tickets to Brandenburg. So for example, a round trip to the Frankfurt / Polish border will only cost you €10.50 (and not €21).

Check this map of VBB (PDF) to see where you can go.

The deal summed up:

  • valid on all Saturdays and Sundays of September 2020, plus Tuesday September 22
  • Buy a single trip ticket and use it all day.
  • Having already a weekly, monthly yearly, Semester-, Azubi- ticket, or Semesterticket? You can use it in all of Brandenburg + take with you an adult and 3 kids (up to 14 years old) – check the VBB site for details.

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