By intercity bus to Berlin
Pinkbus will take you straight to Berlin – for just 25 euros. A cheap and comfortable way to travel.
Non-stop to the capital
Berlin. Capital. Metropolis. Alternative. Hip. Direct. Anyone who takes the intercity bus to Berlin won’t be in any hurry to leave. There is just so much to discover and experience here. An extremely multifaceted and vibrant city with a wicked mix of cultures, languages and scenes. You can’t get to know Berlin in just a weekend. But even if you don’t have more time, go anyway – it is always worth a trip.
Why you should travel to Berlin by Pinkbus
Even if you don’t have a lot of cash you can still dive right into Berlin’s hipster lifestyle, enjoy really great food, stay out until you drop, find cool places to spend the night and do some sightseeing far away from the main tourist areas. Are you interested in unusual places, new perspectives and unforgettable experiences? Here are some hot tips for your city trip to Berlin.
Taking the intercity bus to Berlin is a cheap way to travel. And Pinkbus always takes you directly from A to B without additional stops. It goes without saying that you don’t have to pay extra for your bags. You also have lots of legroom on the Pinkbus and our on-board movies make the time you spend with us just fly by.
By bus from Munich to Berlin
Kick back and relax as you travel from Munich to the nation’s capital, always direct, always affordable, always easy. With Pinkbus.
Info about Berlin
The city has been changing at breathtaking speed since the Berlin Wall fell on November 9, 1989. As Germany’s capital, it is the seat of the parliament and the federal government and has grown to just under three-and-a-half million residents. Berlin lies at the center of the federal state of Brandenburg – historically, the two have been inextricably linked for centuries. More than any other city, Berlin is considered a symbol of the merging of East and West within a united Europe.
Situated directly on the Spree river, the capital of Brandenburg has a unique flair and offers intercity bus travelers from Germany and all over Europe exciting insights into history, politics and art. Pinkbus will take you directly from Düsseldorf and Munich to Berlin. Once there, you can immediately start to explore and soak in this impressive city. If you look closely, there is something new to discover at every corner of this vibrant metropolis …
Bus, rail & bike – the best ways of getting around Berlin
The fastest way of getting around Berlin is by public transportation. The city districts are easily accessible by commuter train and the subway and the connections to the outlying areas are excellent as well. Taking the bus or tram is pretty much the same as booking a sightseeing tour – the buses and trams will take you straight through Berlin and past all the major sights. In Berlin, these are all within walking distance of each other. Or, if you go by bike, you can avoid long traffic jams, you have lots of flexibility, you don’t have to go looking for parking spots and, if you are lucky, you can enjoy some sunshine along the way. The extensive network of bike routes takes you through the entire city and into the suburbs. Or you could take a city tour by bus or ship and find out exciting facts about the city’s history while seeing the most important sites – making Berlin worth a trip even if you don’t have a lot of time.
Timetables and tickets for the public transportation system can be found on the website of Berlin’s public transportation services: https://www.bvg.de/en