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Getting around on a shoestring
Berlin is a huge, sprawling city, so you’ll need to take public transportation. Luckily, it is plentiful; you’ll find subways, trains, trams, buses, bikes, and taxis. The U-Bahn, S-Bahn, bus, tram, andregional rail all use the same ticket. Don’t forget to validate your ticket before entering the train.
Single One-Way Ticket: €2.60
Short Distance (three stop) Single One-Way Ticket: €1.50
Day Card: €6.70
Small Group Ticket (for up to five people — this is the most cost-effective for three people and above): €16.20
Bike Rental: €8-€12/day
Bus between Tegel Airport and City Center: €2.40
Taxi Between Tegel Airport and City Center: €20–€25
Berlin Schönefeld Airport Express Train: €3
Taxi Between Schönefeld and City Center: €40
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