Say goodbye subway and hello 360-degree views when you book this hop-on, hop-off ticket on a classic open-top bus. Two great routes, with live guides or recorded commentary. Cover Berlin’s central attractions, and the app lets you track the next bus in real time. Opt for a 24-hour ticket, a 48-hour ticket with a walking tour, or a 48-hour deluxe ticket with walking tour and evening tour.
Explore the best Berlin has to offer on this hop-on hop-off bus tour. Choose from two different routes and visit many of Berlin’s top attractions, including Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie, and the Berlin Wall Memorial. Select a 24- or 48-hour pass, and then board at any of the stops and get to know the city with live onboard commentary, hopping off whenever you'd like. You can also upgrade to add a scenic boat cruise.
What sets this tour apart is the extraordinary combination of elegance, exclusivity and environmental awareness. The motor yacht Fitzgerald, Berlin's first fully electric passenger boat, stands for sustainable luxury. Glide silently and emission-free through downtown Berlin and be enchanted by the historic surroundings and sights.
For an unforgettable experience, our charming service staff is ready with cool drinks or coffee specialties.
With a duration of 75 minutes, this tour offers a perfect balance of exploration and relaxation. As you enjoy the unique atmosphere and panoramic views, unforgettable memories and images will emerge that will stay with you long after the tour ends.
Experience Berlin from the water! Experience the center in a relaxed manner with us on the Spree. Glide past the most beautiful sights in Berlin in 60 minutes, listen and be amazed and learn a lot of new things. Whether Berlin Cathedral, Nikolaiviertel, TV tower, Museum Island or Reichstag - there is a lot to discover. Enjoying the magic of the metropolis from the water is a must for every visit to Berlin and a wonderful addition to a city tour on foot or a tour by bus.
Explore the world's longest open-air gallery, showcasing murals and artworks on a 1.3-kilometer stretch of the Berlin Wall. Use your smartphone to listen to fascinating audio commentary as you encounter this Berlin institution as quickly or slowly as you like.
Experience this historic landmark at your own pace and on your own schedule. Learn about the history of the East Side Gallery and listen to the meaning and context behind 8 of the most famous murals at the Gallery.
The 8 murals visited are:
Vaterland by Günther Schäfer
The Kiss by Dmitri Vrubel
Tribute to the Young Generation by Thierry Noir
Test the Best/Rest by Birgit Kinder
Hands by Margaret Hunter
It Happened In November by Kani Alavi
Doin it cool for the East Side by Jim Avignon
The morning by Dieter Wien (episode only available in the German, Spanish and French tour)
Experience Berlin’s past and present on this half-day guided walking tour through the city's Mitte district. Visit landmarks from the city’s Prussian, Imperial, Nazi, Cold War and modern eras, offering insight into the evolution of this fascinating German capital. Stroll along the iconic Berlin Wall and follow Unter den Linden to the Brandenburg Gate. Then check out the rebuilt Reichstag and the Holocaust Memorial and hear the amazing stories of Cold War Berlin at Checkpoint Charlie.
Please note that we do not enter any buildings during the tour.
Discover Sachsenhausen, one of the first concentration camps established by Nazi Germany’s Third Reich, on this guided trip from Berlin. Listen as an expert historian details the facts surrounding the camp’s creation, as well as a timeline of the atrocities that took place there. Today, the site serves as a national memorial to the prisoners who lived and died here, and on your visit you'll explore the various locations inside the camp, like the command headquarters and execution trench, and learn about Germany during the rule of the Third Reich.
Discover Berlin as the frontier of the Cold War on this guided historical walking tour. After World War II, Berlin changed from the capital city of Nazi Germany into the pivotal city in a struggle to control war-torn Europe. Retrace the trail of the “death strip” and the Berlin Wall. Visit some of Berlin’s most popular Cold War attractions, like the Berlin Wall Memorial, underground "ghost stations," and more. Learn about the history of Berlin, from its founding to this divided city of the Cold War.
Get an insider’s look at Berlin, the capital and cultural centerpiece of Germany, on this guided walking tour. Visit some of Berlin’s most popular attractions — like the Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and Checkpoint Charlie — as well as a few lesser-known locations that many group sightseeing tours miss. Learn about the history of Berlin, from the time of the Teutonic Knights to its role as capital of the Nazi Third Reich, to the divided city of the Cold War, to the modern-day capital of a unified Germany.
If visiting Berlin for the first time, check off all the city’s must-see landmarks in just a half day with a small-group tour that starts and ends right at the door of your hotel. The sprawling capital can be intimidating to navigate, but a driver and guide makes it easy to take in all the top sights, from wartime and Communist relics to leafy boulevards and modern cultural complexes. Take a break to digest what you’ve seen with a lunch stop at a hand-picked German restaurant.
Get to know the best of Berlin on this guided bike tour. Learn the history of the city, from its beginnings to its role as capital of the Nazi Third Reich, to the divided city of the Cold War, to the modern-day capital of a unified Germany. This tour includes a trip to the Berlin Wall Memorial, Checkpoint Charlie, Brandenburg Gate and more. Choose from a half- or full-day tour, with a stop for lunch at a beer garden on the longer tour (own expense).
Discover the regal heritage of Potsdam, Berlin’s posh royal suburb. Join a small group and see the Dutch Quarter and well-preserved palaces of Frederick the Great and other Prussian kings with a guide. Take a train from Berlin for an easy way to escape the urban grind of the city and spend a day among Potsdam’s lush gardens, plentiful fountains, and fascinating history.
Avoid the crowds and watch a Berlin sunset from the water on this scenic dinner cruise. No need to worry about obstructed views as each table is beside a window—which means city sightseeing while enjoying a three-course dinner at the same time. During the cruise, see Berlin's skyline from a new vantage point and pass by notable landmarks such as the Reichstag building and the Berlin TV Tower.
Sightsee and feast on German food at the same time on a 2.5-hour dinner cruise along the River Spree. Begin your evening with a welcome drink and continue the night with included wine, beer, soft drinks. Enjoy a four-course meal of German cuisine, including Swabian potato salad, glazed salmon, and more. While you enjoy your meal, take in the illuminated monuments of the city.
See the best of Berlin on this 24- or 48-hour, hop-on hop-off bus tour with an optional river boat cruise during the summer months. Discover the city’s top sights, including Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin Cathedral and more. Hop off at any of the stops around Berlin to explore on foot, or stay onboard the open-air, double-decker bus to enjoy insightful commentary along the citywide loop. Upgrade your ticket to include a boat ride along the Spree River.
Get a comprehensive look at Berlin during a hop-on hop-off bus tour with guided commentary provided via audio headsets. Double-decker buses offer convenient transportation to Berlin’s famous landmarks, such as Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie and the Berlin Cathedral. Stay on board throughout the circle tour, or travel at your own pace with your choice of a 1- or 2-day ticket.
Berlin's sprawling metropolis and complex public transit systems can be hard to navigate on your own, so explore the city the easy and affordable way on a hop-on hop-off bus tour. These tourist-friendly, double-decker buses are easy to identify and allow you to get on and off at more than 25 different stops around town, from Checkpoint Charlie and the Brandenburg Gate to Alexanderplatz and the Reichstag.
Berlin is not just a city to see, it is also a place to listen to and dance around in!
You will not only learn interesting facts and city tales, but will hear famous melodies and songs of different eras - from classical melodies to brand-new pieces - created under the influence of historical events that happened right here. That is why we call it a musical expedition – you discover the city from various angles and explore its true voice.
How does it work?
You put on headphones and follow the guide who only accompanies you along the route. The information and music are mixed in a professional audio track. You can choose one of three languages (German, English or Russian), so people from different countries can be present in our group at the same time.
In times of thematic podcasts on social networks, virtual museums, audiobooks and online performances, this immersive excursion format is becoming extremely popular.
34 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the BWSG is offering a boat tour that traces part of the border in what is now East Berlin. In addition to the many changes that can be discovered from the water in the old and new center of the city, the EAST-SIDE-TOUR shows above all the latest developments in the shadow of the "East-Side-Gallery" - this 1.3 km long concrete remnant of the Berlin Wall, whose post-reunification pictures are currently being lovingly restored and whose name was the inspiration for this tour. With the Oberbaumbrücke, the redesigned Osthafen, the Molecule Men and the passage through the MÜhlendammschleuse, Berlin's cradle of urban development, this tour offers very special highlights. This city tour on the Spree is rounded off with a trip through the parliament and government district, with the Reichstag building and the Federal Chancellery.
Revisit some of the darkest chapters in Berlin’s history—and hear the stories of the brave men and women who resisted the Nazis—on this small-group, half-day walking tour. Meet your guide in the morning in central Berlin, and venture to many key city landmarks. As you go, hear moving stories of those who fought against fascism, learn about Berlin’s Jewish community and heritage, and pay tribute to those who lost their lives.
Experience the Essence of Potsdam's UNESCO World Heritage Magic. Potsdam, a city that not only boasts picturesque palaces, serene lakes, and lush gardens but also holds a captivating historical tapestry. Wander through the Dutch Quarter, a unique ensemble of red-brick buildings unrivaled in Europe.
Discover the intriguing legacy of Frederick William I, the 'Soldier King'. Explore the stunning Sanssouci Palace, Frederick the Great's beloved residence, nestled in a park adorned with temples and churches.
Cross the historic Glienicke Bridge, famous for Cold War-era 'spy swaps,' and delve into history at Cecilienhof, the manorial residence of Germany's last Crown Prince. It hosted the Potsdam Conference in 1945, where Churchill, Truman, and Stalin discussed the fate of Cold War Europe for the next half-century.
Join us for a tour that combines the beauty of Potsdam's landscapes with the intrigue of its past, promising an unforgettable experience.
Travel back in time and embark on a fascinating boat tour aboard a historic canal boat from the Netherlands. This charming ship was built in 1920 and has a rich history. It recently underwent a remarkable transformation: it was electrified to offer a peaceful and eco-friendly experience. Cruise along the Berlin Canal and immerse yourself in the charm of this historic ship as you discover Berlin's history and enjoy the modern convenience of electric propulsion. Discover the hidden gems and architectural wonders that line the waterways while enjoying the unique blend of history, culture and sustainability that this exceptional cruise offers.
Listen to audio commentary by a local historian and explore Berlin at your own pace with this self-guided audio tour. Simply access an app on your smartphone—which can be downloaded in advance and used in offline mode—then set off on a tour that explains the story of Berlin’s history. Along the way, see places linked to World War II, including the Memorial of the Berlin Wall, and Anhalter Bahnhof.
During the tour you will listen to stories of the city. Even if you know Berlin pretty well, you will discover some new, features.
On your walk through the night city you will be accompanied by the lamplighter and will meet actors in capes and masks, unusual and moving stories, surprising sounds, scents and tastes, performances and a plenty of other secrets.