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See all of Berlin in one day - Private Tour

"Our tour guide Matti was so knowledgeable about the history of Berlin. It's so nice to have a guide who has been brought up in the city you are visiting but sometimes their accent makes it hard to understand. Not so Matti. We understood and took in every word. It was so interesting. You need comfortable footwear as you are walking for a long time - however you don't feel rushed. Highly recommended tour - worth every penny. Thank you Matti."

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Short on time but want to see it all? I got you covered! My full-day tour is your passport to EVERY facet of this dynamic city. Traverse iconic landmarks, from pivotal WW2 and Third Reich sites to the Berlin Wall Memorial and the rich history of old Jewish Berlin. This extensive journey spans both East and West Berlin, venturing off the beaten path into local districts for a holistic view of Berlin's vivid tapestry.

Enjoy the flexibility to pause for coffee breaks and indulge in local cuisine while exploring. My curated route takes advantage of public transport to get from the East Side Gallery and East Berlin, through the historic center via lush Tiergarten, into West Berlin's bustling shopping district, and finally immersing into Kreuzberg's vibrant culture. Opt for a smoother experience via car or bus, ensuring seamless and enjoyable exploration.

Embark on an unforgettable 8-hour journey through Berlin, encompassing not only the iconic Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag, Checkpoint Charlie, and the poignant Holocaust Memorial but also delving deep into the city's diverse districts and neighborhoods. Beyond the renowned landmarks, our exploration unveils the hidden gems - from enchanting courtyards tucked away in historical districts to the allure of splendid parks inviting moments of tranquility amidst the city buzz. There's an abundance of stories and vibrant spaces waiting to be discovered, inviting you to delve deeper into Berlin's enthralling history and captivating culture!

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you see Berlin in 1 day?

Absolutely! You can easily see Berlin in 1 day with our full-day tour, you'll embark on an immersive journey through Berlin, witnessing the major highlights and getting a comprehensive overview of the city's essence. While a single day won't cover every nook and cranny, you'll explore a vast array of iconic landmarks, historical sites, and vibrant neighborhoods, providing you with an extensive understanding of Berlin's rich tapestry.

What will we see?

We would cover the following places: Reichstag and Government area, "Pregnant Oyster": House of the World's Cultures, Bellevue Palace, Victory Column, Tiergarten, KaDeWe Department Store & Tauentzien Street, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Kurfürstendamm Shopping Street, Brandenburg Gate, Paris Square and Adlon Hotel, Holocaust Memorial (Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe), Site of Hitler's Bunker, Georg Elser Memorial & Former Nazi Propaganda Ministry, Former Nazi Air Force Ministry, SS & Gestapo HQ, Topography of Terror, Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie & Trabi Cars, Friedrichstrasse, Gendarmenmarkt, The Story of the Traffic Light Guy (Ampelmann), Bebelplatz & Book Burning Memorial, Humboldt University, St Hedwig's Cathedral & State Opera, Statue of Frederick the Great & Unter den Linden, Neue Wache Memorial, German History Musuem Building, Museum Island, Berlin Cathedral & City Palace (Humboldt Forum), Nikolaiviertel Old Town & Church, Marx-Engels-Memorial, TV Tower, Schwarzenberg Hof with its Graffiti and Murals, Otto Weidt's Workshop for Blind Jews, Hackesche Höfe Courtyards, Grosse Hamburger Straße, Oldest Jewish Cemetery & Deportation Memorial, Old Jewish Boys School, The Missing House WW2 Memorial, Bullet Holes, Stumble Stones, Sophien Church & Martin Luther King Plaque, St Hedwig's Hospital and their attempt to save people from the Nazis, The New Synagogue, Ghost Station Nordbahnhof, Berlin Wall Memorial Bernauer Strasse, The Berlin Wall & The Death Strip, Watch Tower, Tunnel Escapes, Church of Reconciliation, What happened on the Western side of the Wall in Kreuzberg: Squats, a petting zoo and a tree house, an African Jamaican Beach Bar in the former Death Strip, East Side Gallery, Street Art & Murals in Kreuzberg

How much time do you need to see Berlin?

The time needed to explore Berlin truly depends on your interests and pace. It's entirely up to you! For a well-rounded experience, dedicating around 8 hours allows you to visit key attractions, experience diverse neighborhoods, and immerse yourself in Berlin's culture and history. However, the city offers endless discoveries, so the more time you have, the deeper you can delve into its treasures. If this is too much for you, take a look at my half day tour of Berlin!

How much would a private Berlin tour cost?

Private Berlin tour costs can vary widely, generally falling between 50 and 100 euros per hour. However, the final price can be influenced by various factors like duration, group size, inclusions, and customization. I'm happy to give discounts on full day tours like this one. Additionally, the use of private cars or buses for transportation during the tour can increase the overall cost. For accurate pricing based on your preferences and transportation needs, it's best to directly inquire with me.

Is Berlin easy to walk around?

Berlin is generally easy to navigate on foot, especially in its central areas. Many attractions are within walking distance, and the city boasts pedestrian-friendly paths and well-connected streets. However, due to its size and spread, some attractions might be farther apart, requiring the use of public transportation or other means to explore efficiently. Overall, walking is a fantastic way to experience Berlin's vibe and discover its hidden gems, but using public transport is also beneficial for covering longer distances.

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