Berlin Five Guided City Tours of Berlin
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Berlin Five Guided City Tours of Berlin

Whether you’re a music-lover or a history buff, there’s an out-of-the-box city tour for you.

Even if you think you’ve seen it all in Berlin, the city always has some new surprise or hidden secret in store. That’s why it pays to trust an expert guide to lead you to unexpected places. These tours go beyond the Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie to showcase the beating heart of the city.

For the Music Lover

Few places are more sacred for music diehards than his studio where David Bowie recorded his Berlin trilogy. Head to West Berlin and learn all about Iggy Pop and the other greats who once walked these hallowed halls.

For the Art Aficionado

Berlin has a vibrant gallery scene and while you could certainly get your artistic fix simply perusing the ones on Augustraße, this tour offers so much more. Since much of the city’s most significant artwork is spray-painted on its walls, Alternative Berlin takes you on an incredible five-hour walk past some of its most famous murals. You’ll wrap up in an abandoned margarine factory, where you can try your hand at producing your own work.

For the Culturally Savvy

Geopolitically savvy travellers who want to understand the stories behind the headlines should take this tour led by Syrian refugees. It offers visitors the chance to engage and interact in a meaningful way while hearing the personal accounts of those who fled war and conflict to come to Germany.

For the Unconventional Traveller

Seeking out abandoned spaces is a common pastime in this city, which is why this exploration of the vast subterranean network running just below the streets is so fascinating. Tours are only in German, but are still incredibly intriguing even through the language barrier.

For the Night Owl

While most pub crawls are tawdry affairs full of drunken stag parties and bachelorette groups, this journey through the city’s after-hours underbelly aims to offer more than just debauchery. The itinerary changes, but on any given night, you might be treated to a live rock performance, a trip to one of the few surviving GDR-era bars, a visit to a stylish absinthe bar, an exploration of the city’s booming craft beer scene, or a glimpse of a club in an old church. Bring your dancing shoes and your manners—a bit of mild misbehaving is encouraged, but there’s a zero-tolerance policy for rudeness or violence.

Europe’s second largest department store KaDeWe has been Berlin’s buzzing centre since 1907. It’s a city within the city to have a walk, discover new trends, do some shopping or enjoy lunch... and what a lunch!
The biggest food hall You don’t want to miss the treat on the sixth and seventh floors at KaDeWe: the Feinschmeckeretage. With over 1,000 places, it’s the biggest restaurant in the city and, better yet, you’ll find the best-stocked delicatessen in Europe and the second largest in the world.