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What is the cost of a 1 or 2 day public transportation pass in cities of Cologne, Berlin and Munich, Germany?

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  • For inner city travel, roughly 9€ for one person per day, or 13€ for five persons riding together. If you want to reach adjacent towns, it's slightly more. Please be more specific which sights you want to see so we could give you a more specific answer. – Janka Oct 4 '18 at 18:14
  • Questions about prices for specific services are considered off topic here. You can find answers to all your questions with a few clicks on each transportation authority's web page. – Tor-Einar Jarnbjo Oct 4 '18 at 18:51
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    @Tor-EinarJarnbjo Are you sure it's off-topic? We've got open, upvoted, answered questions on public transport prices for Amsterdam, Stockholm, Vienna, Singapore, and Mallorca, amongst others. – Pont Oct 4 '18 at 19:10
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    @Tor-EinarJarnbjo The Mallorca question, in its entirety, reads "What are the current prices of public transportation bus and train services? Are there any monthly/weekly passes?". This isn't price shopping because there's no price competition: there's only one supplier per city, charging fixed prices. Nor is it "travel agency service": no planning is requested, just specific information. As for the "triviality" of self-research: I got from cologne.de/transportation.html to the actual prices in about 12 clicks, but most of the intermediate pages were only available in German. – Pont Oct 4 '18 at 19:51
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    @Pont: While I appreciate your attempt of an answer, I think the question is much too unspecific and should be improved. It's also unlikely to be of worth for a long time, as fares change quite often. – Janka Oct 5 '18 at 1:11
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Cologne:

1 day: 7,10 € - 29,40 €.

Tourists usually use Ticket 1b (8,60 €) for "Köln (2100)".

Munich:

1 day: 6,70 € - 13,00 €. 3 days: 16,80 € (Innenraum/inner region only).

Tourist are usually fine with "Innenraum" (6,70 €). For the KZ in Dachau, you need "Munich XXL" (8,90 €). "CityTourCard" (1/2/3/4/5/6 days) and "MünchenCard" (1/2/3/4/5 days) offer discounts for tourist attractions.

Berlin:

1 day: 3,60 € - 21,00 €. 7 days: 13,10 € - 67,30 €.

Day passes for Berlin city are 7,00 € - 7, 70 €.

There are also offers for tourists: "WelcomeCard" (2/3/4/5/6 days), "CityTourCard" (2/3/4/5 days), "EasyCityPass" (2/3/4/5/6 days), "QueerCityPass".

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For Cologne, I found this page listing prices for 1-day passes. According to the Tarifberater (German only) the 1b price zone (€8.60) should get you the whole of Cologne -- I wasn't able to discover what the 1a zone would correspond to. This page (German only) gives more information on the conditions of the ticket. In short, it lets you use all local transport and regional trains until 03:00 on the day after purchase.

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