Let’s say you start off at a bus stop inside an "overlap zone". These overlap zones are marked with grey circles and mark the borders to neighbouring tariff zones. As you travel through such a zone, it is counted with the neighbouring zones and is not separately billed.
If you pass from an overlap zone into the adjacent tariff zone, tariff level 1 applies. For a journey to tariff zone 2, tariff level 2 will apply. Let’s say your destination is located in zone 3.
Now you can easily read the fare from the price table. You’ve passed through three tariff zones = tariff level 3 = 7.10 € for a day ticket.
The same applies to journeys within overlap zones. They are all part of the adjacent tariff zones and are not separately counted.
So all you have to do is count the zones you pass through! Alternatively, you can also enter the start and destination points of your journey into our tariff calculator (see right column).