The weekend ticket for Germany gives you nationwide travel on all local and regional trains operated by DB AG (S-Bahn, RB, RE and IRE) and other cooperating railway undertakings, as well as on many transport associations' services (S-Bahn, U-Bahn, tram and bus services). In addition, you can use scores of bus routes in Germany. The ticket is also valid on certain routes to Denmark, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria and Poland.
Valid on Saturday and Sunday, from 00h on the indicated day of validity until 3am on the following day.
For up to 5 people travelling together or for one parent/grandparent with an unlimited number of their own children/grandchildren and one other adult.
Parents can take their own children and other children aged 0-5 for free. Children are not counted as a person/adult for this ticket.
A dog is counted as a person/adult if they require a ticket on board a public transport service.
Valid only if the name of each person travelling in the group is printed in block capitals in the correct place on the ticket.
Valid only in conjunction with photo ID (e.g. government-issued ID, driving licence) shown during ticket inspection.
The ticket becomes invalid if one name or the date of validity is changed.
No changes can be made to the names of the people using the ticket following the start of the first journey.
The tariff area of the Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg (VBB) includes the federal state of Berlin and the state of Brandenburg with its administrative districts and independent cities of Brandenburg, Cottbus, Frankfurt (Oder) and Potsdam.
Berlin and the surrounding regions are divided into fare zones a, b and c gegliedert.
Fare zone Berlin a includes the city center of Berlin, including the S-Bahn-Ring.
Fare zone Berlin b begins outside the S-Bahn ring and reaches to the city limits.
Fare zone Berlin c includes both the outskirts of Berlin and the city of Potsdam.