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Your entry into the underworld

Our open-roofed underground tour is an unforgettable experience.

One subway station as a potato cellar, another as a nuclear bunker for up to 3300 people? These are not wild fantasies on our part, but just two of many exciting and surprising stories that are hidden behind Berlin's subway stations. You can find out more about them on the most unusual city tour of the capital!

In an open subway car, you will travel at around 35 km/h through the Berlin subway tunnels. The tour lasts about 2 hours, during which our host will provide you with interesting facts and curiosities about the structural features and history of the Berlin subway.

Online Ticket Shop & Vouchers

You can buy tickets for a ride on the BVG subway convertible here. If all tickets are currently sold out, please check back at a later date. Tickets will be released subject to availability. Please note that it is not possible to cancel tickets purchased online.

Overview of the most important information

The trips with the subway convertible take place on Friday evenings from April to October. Every Friday there are two dates: 7 pm and 10:30 pm. Participants should be at the meeting point half an hour before departure.

Please note: We can only offer dates on Friday evenings if we have the subway cars available and there are no restrictions due to construction on the route. Therefore, the number of trips offered on Fridays may vary.

Start and end station is the Deutsche Oper subway station. Please note that this station is not yet barrier-free. However, it is possible to arrive via barrier-free access, e.g. via Zoologischer Garten station in the direction of Ruhleben or Theodor-Heuss-Platz. 

How much?
Per person (full payer): 58 €
Children under 14 years of age: 40 €
Severely disabled individuals from sign "B" and from a degree of disability 80 and their registered companion: 40 €

For groups of 10 people or more, a single ticket costs only €48.00. These can only be booked via email.

What do I need to know?

  • Wheelchair users can only be taken along if they are in a folding wheelchair (not a power wheelchair) and can get into the subway car independently or with assistance. Unfortunately, it is not possible to take a normal wheelchair for reasons of space and safety.
  • Passengers must be at least 18 years old. Younger passengers (from the age of 6 onwards) may only come along if accompanied by an adult who can guarantee their supervision during the entire ride. We reserve the right to exclude children and teenagers from participation in individual cases.
  • During the ride you must wear a safety helmet, which we will naturally provide you with.
  • Filming and photography is only possible to a limited extent. Please follow the moderator's instructions.
  • The moderation takes place generally in German via headset. A tour in English is planned for the second half of the year.
  • There are no breaks during the tour. Please use our restrooms before and after the tour at the Deutsche Oper subway station.
  • Our fleet consists of one electric-powered train and four platform cars with a maximum capacity of 200 seats.
  • Our terms of use apply in the respective version.