Public Transport in Berlin Although the public transport in Berlin is not very economical nor on time, it is very extensive and connects all the city. Find out about the various types of public transport in Berlin: schedule, frequency, prices and travel cards. Metro (U-Bahn) The Berlin U-Bahn is the city’s underground system. Learn about its history during WWI, WWII, the Cold War, and its numerous lines and fares. Read more S-Bahn The Berlin S-Bahn is the city’s commuter train system. It operates in the city center and the outskirts. Learn more about its lines, routes, frequency, tariffs and schedule. Read more Tram Nowadays, Berlin has 22 tram lines and nearly 400 stations. Learn about one of the oldest tram systems in the world, including tickets, lines and schedules. Read more Bus In 1825, the first buses in Berlin were drawn by horses and five lines were supplied by 120 horsebuses. Nowadays, the capital has 150 lines. Read more Taxi Although Berlin has a relatively good public transport system, you might need to take a taxi to get around the city. Find out about its fares and useful tips. Read more Tickets and Fares Save money by learning about the various tickets and travel cards available in Berlin. Find out which option is more convenient for you. Read more You may also be interested in Berlin Tegel Airport Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL) is the most important international airport in Berlin. Find out the best ways to get to the city center from this airport terminal. Metro (U-Bahn) Learn about Berlin’s metro system (U-Bahn): lines, routes, rates and timetable. It is one of the most popular means of transport for tourists in the city.