Go in search of Berlin’s best street art with a tour that puts the spotlight on the city’s off-the-grid enclaves. With an urban art-loving local guide, you’ll find vibrant murals, illegal graffiti, and quirky artistic sights that many visitors miss. Hear some of the meanings and theories behind the art as you explore, and learn about Berlin’s burgeoning street art scene.
Go beyond the main attractions of Berlin to discover its incredible Kreuzberg district on this private 3-hour tour. With your private guide you'll explore some of the hippest areas of the city and hear stories about urban artists and neighborhoods where the locals live. See the East Side Gallery, Urban Spree, and more of this authentic side of Berlin, while your guide will share their unique stories and personal anecdotes with you.
Since the 1960s, Berliners have been painting the surfaces of the German capital with eclectic and inspiring street art. Follow your guide through the city's hidden corners to discover the freshest and finest urban works and find out who's who in the art world. Learn about the art that covers the western side of the Berlin Wall, see works from German and international artists, and take a tour with a special twist during your time in Berlin.
Visit one of Berlin’s most contemporary and creative neighborhoods during this half-day, guided walking tour that explores street art, local food, and markets. Here artists, food-makers, musicians live and work. Wander with your guide to explore markets, bakeries, coffee shops, and stop in at local bookstores and restaurants serving Turkish pizza. Learn about fun bars and nightlife spots where locals hangout and walk along the river.
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.
Ensuring you see the best of Berlin’s Museumsinsel’s (Museum Island’s) vast collection can be a daunting task. Marvel at the UNESCO-listed Pergamon Museum’s and the Neues Museum's (New Museum's) highlights on a guided tour and enjoy skip-the-line entry to both museums on this cultural experience, which includes entry to all five of Museumsinsel’s museums. Travel back in time to the age of Enlightenment and admire classic artefacts including The Bust of Nefertiti, Market Gate of Miletus, and the Ishtar Gate. Receive personalized attention on this small-group tour, limited to 15 people.
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.
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 chilling legacy of Germany’s Third Reich during this 4-hour walking tour of Berlin. Follow your historian guide on a walk to the ruins of Anhalter Bahnhof, previously Europe’s largest train station, used to deport prisoners to concentrations camps. You'll also visit the former headquarters of the SS and Gestapo, concluding at the Reichstag, the German parliament building. Your guide will contextualize the rise of the Nazis as you go, offering insight into those who resisted as well as the horrific impact of the Holocaust.
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.
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.
Experience the dramatic final days of the World War II in Berlin during this half-day walking excursion. Visit some of the most important historical sites in Berlin with your guide, discovering the series of events that culminated in the final German surrender. View the site of Hitler's former bunker and learn about daily life for residents during the war, particularly those who opposed the Third Reich.
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).
Explore the bustling city of Berlin on a double-decker bus tour. This hop-on hop-off tour covers all the highlights of the city and allows you to create your own itinerary based on your interests. Hop onboard and listen to informative commentary available in a variety of languages and conveniently discover sites such as Potsdamer Platz, the Berliner Dom, the Reichstag, and more with this 24- or 48-hour travel pass.
Explore Berlin’s various counterculture movements on this private, 4.5-hour walking tour. Go beyond the typical tourist sites with an expert local guide to witness a different side of Berlin — the “real” Berlin that few visitors get to see. Visit the Prenzlauer Berg, Mitte and Friedrichshain districts. Experience the Turkish-influenced Kreuzberg neighborhood and the Caribbean vibe of the Yaam area. See a variety of creative street art, graffiti and murals — plus urban farms and organic markets — and visit the city's oldest beer garden, Prater Garten Berlin.
Explore the trendy Berlin neighborhood of Kreuzberg on this guided small-group walking tour. Sample the food and soak up the atmosphere of this vibrant, multicultural district. Visit some of the best street-food stands, cafés and beer halls in the area, sampling a variety of beverages and hearty treats, including the popular local snack currywurst. Learn about the history of this Turkish-influenced neighborhood and discover the creative graffiti of urban artists like ROA, Blu and more.
This photo walk combines city knowledge and photo knowledge in a unique way. If you are curious about the stories behind the history of otherwise hidden motifs, this is the right place for you. Since 2009, we have been inspiring new photographic perspectives and passing on extensive knowledge in the field of image design to the participants. Our guides are local photographers with insider knowledge about the city, which is an essential part of the visit.
Experience a side of Berlin you won’t find in your guidebook. Explore Berlin’s street art scene - artists from all over the world, including Banksy and El Bocho, have made these walls their canvas. Gain insight into modern Berlin's food, art, culture and how the city is changing in the 21st century. Your local guide will show you a different side of Berlin on this exclusive tour for groups up to 10 people.
Besides being a bustling and pulsating metropol, Berlin also offers an abundance of lakes, rivers and canals which harmonises the busy city life.
You are going to experience modern architectural works from international master architects such as Alvar Aalto, Oscar Niemeyer and many others as well as protected historic monuments.
The walk along the “River Spree” will give you satisfying new and different impressions from Berlin and you are guaranteed to return with images not otherwise found on ordinary tours of the city.
This tour includes a lunch break at a nice and affordable cafe (lunch not included in the price).
Artists tell you the secrets, the history, the techniques, the rules and the personal stories of graffiti and street art in a walk through a city whose walls are canvasses. A comprehensive history of graffiti and its culture.
Berlin's air is thick with paint. Its soundtrack is the clack-clack of a spraycan in the night. Tags tell as much of a story as five storey murals, a blast from a high pressured fire extinguisher can be as expressive as a centuries old canvas from a Dutch master. And we know the history and the culture of it all. Let artists themselves show you the sweetest spots and the finest pieces, whilst giving a comprehensive history of urban art in its modern day Mecca.
See huge murals, heaven spots and and throw-ups. Learn about trainbombing and tagging, stencils, paste-ups, stickers and everything in between. Tour includes Urban Nation gallery. Covers Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain and Schöneberg.
On this tour you will hear about urban change by getting to know the local subculture and art scene. It is a special experience focusing on current events and recent history of Berlin. It is a private tour, in small groups, so each guest can ask question and the tour will be interactive. We provide knowledge about urban development, urban change, activism, subculture, clubculture and art. We are real Berliners sharing our personal experiences about this city as well as academic knowledge about historical and political context. We offer a unique inside view on Berlins cultural scene that you cannot get elsewhere.
Don’t waste time waiting on other travelers during this private half-day tour of Berlin’s street art and hidden photography hotspots. Instead, discover the best places for capturing great photos, customize the excursion to your needs for a unique experience, and pick up or practice a new skill, all while visiting places you might otherwise have overlooked.
This Berlin photo tour through the city center will provide you with the photographic skill set to capture some OMG scenery of Berlin's most admirable landmarks in its best light.
Have a chance to see the photogenic part of the city at the blue hour. It's the time of day when natural and artificial light are equally bright and complement each other perfectly.
Your tour guide will be pleased to share all the secrets and tricks of capturing architectural awesomeness during the blue hour. At the end of your tour you will not only end up with some amazing shots for all of your social media to be pop-eyed, but you will also receive the knowledge how to make your next city trip a photographic success.
• Soak in the views and culture of Berlin
• Get secret tips and tricks on making your photographs attractive and unique
• Get a chance to see the city in a way no has ever seen
• Have an opportunity to make all your friends admire your photos
Berlin is renowned for its vibrant street art scene, and this tour provides the perfect introduction. Accompanied by a local guide, set out on foot or by car (depending on the tour option selected) to discover some of the city’s most famous murals, street art galleries, and little-known masterpieces. Along the way, learn about Berlin’s street art culture through the years, hear about the emergence of new artists after the fall of the Berlin Wall, and explore the city’s most bohemian neighborhoods.