The ticket is valid only in Berlin AB. Extension tickets are available for journeys to destinations in zone C (Berlin's hinterland).
The ticket is issued to a specific person and is non-transferable.
The ticket is valid from the first to the last day in a month (plus on the last day of the previous month and first day of the following month.
The number of the Berlin pass must be entered in the correct box on each monthly ticket.
Who is the ticket for?
The ticket consists of the Berlin pass, which carries a photo and is valid only for a specific period, and the travel ticket for the current month. The holder must take both of these when using public transport, i.e. they do not form a valid ticket separately.
The number of the Berlin pass must be entered in the correct box on each monthly travel ticket, otherwise the Berlin S ticket is not valid.
How can you get a Berlin pass?
Berlin's municipal authorities (Bürgeramt) assess if someone is entitled to a Berlin pass. They also issue the pass, which can then be used to obtain a Berlin S ticket.
The city's central office for asylum applicants (Zentrale Leistungsstelle für Asylbewerber) issues Berlin passes to asylum applicants.
Detailed information about the Berlin pass (i.e. documents required for applications, range of benefits) is available here.
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.
from 6,50 Eur
Fare zone Berlin AB
Berlin family ticket
Ticket with a host of discounts for Berlin-based families.