From 1 May 2023, the new Deutschland Ticket will allow you to use all local and regional public transport in Germany for only €49 per month. It’s sold as a subscription, but the minimum term is only one month. With the Mo.Pla app, you can buy it in English and get a €10 discount for […]
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🚃 In September: Free Trip to Brandenburg + Single Ticket All Day
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 […]
🛵 Emmy: Scooter Sharing in Berlin
Summer is slowly coming back to Berlin, so not only bike sharing comes back as a comfortable transport option – but also scooter sharing. See here a short overview of the currently only service Emmy.
🚘 Cheap Car Sharing Compared (+Free Credits)
Owning a car in Berlin? You don’t need to – since there are so many car sharing companies: Sixt, Car2go, DriveNow, We-Share, Oply, Ubeeqoo, Drivy. See here an overview and comparison of their cheap offers.
🛴 E-Scooter Sharing Compared (+Free Coupons)
In June 2019 they became legal in Germany – and immediately a number of sharing companies popped up: Circ, Lime, Tier – here I compare them, and you can get some coupons and vouchers for free rides.
🛏️ Cheap Hostels (+Areas to Stay)
You’re not living here (yet) but just visiting? Or your friends are? Berlin has some cheap hostels and low-budget hotels – check out this overview.
🚲 Comparison of Bike Sharing (+Free Rides)
Bicycle instant rentals in Berlin: This summer, the offer visibly exploded: Mobike, Limebike, Byke are some of the new players. In this overview, the most popular instant bike renting services are compared: their bike types, their pricing, what area they serve – and there’s promo codes and coupons for free rides to get!
🚇 Ride Berlin’s Public Transport for 1.48 € a Day
Although many Berliners might not agree, Berlin’s S-Bahn and U-Bahn system is fairly cheap – especially if you know some special fares. So let’s look into them!
🚌 11 Ways to Travel in Germany – by Train, Bus, Car & Plane
Getting from Berlin to Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, or Frankfurt is possible in many ways – and here comes a full overview of all of them. (I bet you didn’t know number 4 yet!)