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How To Use EasyCityPass For Your Next Trip

Do you want to get more out your next travel? You will first need to do the research to learn what you actually want to do, and how you can get the most out of your time. All this is best done without spending unnecessary money.

Let’s start with the basics.

The fundamental process is as follows:

  1. Buy a ticket
  2. Validate your ticket
  3. Show your ticket to our partners to receive your discounts
  4. Save money and explore more

In this post, you will learn how to use your EasyCityPass from start to finish.

Step 1: Purchase a ticket from us or one of transportation partners

Below you will find lists of point-of-sale operations to help make your purchase seamlessly easy no matter where you are.

Buy via App Store or Google Play

Buy from our Online Shop

Buy in-person

In Berlin:

  • All ticket machines and points of sale of the S-Bahn Berlin
  • Central Station: vending machines and points of sale of the S-Bahn Berlin

In Vienna:

  • All information desks and ticket offices of the Wiener Linien
  • Vienna main station: information desks and ticket offices of Wiener Linien
  • Station City Vienna West: Service Center of VOR

Buy from our Travel Partners

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Step 2: Validate your ticket

At this point, you have either purchased your ticket online, through one of our transport partners, or in person.

And if you have purchased a ticket from GetYourGuide, you will need to exchange this for our ticket at one of our exchange points. You can find the locations on the GetYourGuide Exchange information page.

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Photo Rights: S-Bahn Berlin GmbH

Validating your ticket is important. It will activate your ticket, and that is the point in time when your free transportation rides and discounts begin.

For you to get the exclusive discounts from EasyCityPass, the tickets need to be stamped (validated), just as another transportation ticket would need to be to show when your journey began.

Step 3: Take advantage of the discounts

EasyCityPass Berlin, Hamburg, and Vienna and CityTourCard Munich have a combined 200+ partners that offer exclusive discounts for our ticket holders.

To take advantage of the discounts, all you need to do is go to one of our partners and show them you have the EasyCityPass. And that’s it.

Want to make an online reservation to get your entrance ticket? No problem, let them know when you make the reservation you are a ticket holder of EasyCityPass Vienna, Hamburg, or Berlin. Please note, some of our partners having special online codes to use. You’ll find them on our website.

Step 4: See more and spend less

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EasyCityPass Berlin

Exploring a new city doesn’t have to be expensive. Whether you are visiting for business, fun, or pure curiosity – EasyCityPass makes saving and experiencing more effortless.

Tip

Are you planning a trip to Munich? Then you might also like our CityTourCard Munich. With over 80 partners you can save time and money in Munich.

Summary

  • Tickets can be purchased in-person, online, or on-the-go from numerous locations across Berlin, Hamburg, and Vienna.
  • If you purchase a ticket online at GetYourGuide / Klook, exchange your Voucher in person at one of our in-person point-of-sale locations.
  • Validating your ticket will start your ticket. From this point on, your ticket is active and it should be used to help you explore and experience most of the city.
  • The ticket must be validated only once before the first trip. After that, it is valid for the booked period.
  • With each ticket & validation, use public transportation freely and unlimitedly.
  • Receive discounts up to 50% off from over 80 partners.

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