The Berlin WelcomeCard – Potsdam Edition makes any stay in the Berlin and Potsdam area more affordable and, while doing so, it provides you with the kind of insight and little-known information necessary to create the best possible holiday. Not only does this give you free travel on all public transport, including tram, bus and S-Bahn but it also secures discounts on many of the top attractions. You will save up to 50 percent off meals, entry fees, and tickets throughout the network’s vast number of partners, which includes more than 200 sites and attractions around Berlin and Potsdam. And if you purchase the “all inclusive” cards, you gain free access to 30 highlights in Berlin, you can enjoy a free day on the “hop-on, hop-off” city tour bus and receive a free map and guide book. The Berlin WelcomeCard – Potsdam Edition is available for 48 hours, 72 hours, 72 hours plus free entry to the Museum Island Berlin, 4 days, 5 days and 6 days.
Start with a relaxing boat trip on the River Havel, taking a discounted river cruise with White Fleet, or a hop-on hop-off bus tour with City Sightseeing Potsdam, before heading to the highlight of any visit to Potsdam – Sanssouci Palace. Art lovers should use their card to get discounted entry to the Museum Barberini, which features works from Old Masters and Impressionists collected by philanthropist Hasso Plattner. Get a glimpse behind-the-scenes of themovies at the Filmpark Babelsberg, Germany's biggest film production centre during the 1930s, while the Potsdam Biosphere allows visitors of all ages to come face-to-face with exotic species of plants, animals and birds all under the roof of a tropical botanical garden in the Volkspark Potsdam.
You can purchase Berlin WelcomeCard – Potsdam Edition online and at many points throughout the region. If you decide to wait until you arrive to buy one of the cards, you can do so at Tourist Information Centres, hotels, stations, airports and ticket machines — wherever transportation tickets are sold. In the latest CityGuide you will find a tour through Potsdam on page 28 and everything about the Potsdam Edition from page 122.