Berlin has an excellent transport network with S- and U-Bahn trains, trams and buses. There are three fare zones (A,B,C) that can be combined as needed when purchasing tickets and passes and which are valid for all modes of transport.

- The AB zone covers the city centre of Berlin, including TXL airport and the Olympic Stadium in the west, as well as Alexanderplatz and the nightlife areas in Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg in the east.

- Tickets can be purchased from ticket machines: single tickets (€2.70 / region AB) are valid for a one-way journey. Alternatively the Berlin WelcomeCard (€19.50 / region AB) is valid for 48 hours and offers discounted access to over 200 cultural events, sightseeing tours of the city, restaurants and much more.

Free public transport ticket

Tickets for the final can also be used on Berlin public transport, valid for:
- Buses, trams, S-Bahn (train) and U-Bahn (metro)
- All zones (A, B and C)
- All day (from 00:01 on June 6 until 03:00 on June 7)


- More than 7,000 taxis will take you quickly and comfortably anywhere in Berlin –whether it is to the airport, the railway station or the Olympic Stadium.

- Throughout the city you will find taxi stands. You can also simply hail a pass- ing taxi (identified by the illuminated taxi sign).

- At Berlin’s airports you should go to the designated taxi stops. This will enable you to avoid unlicensed taxi drivers who demand excessively high prices. Official taxis are recognisable by their Berlin licence plate and the licence number on the rear window of the vehicle. There are no licence numbers higher than 8,000 in Berlin.