Things To Do In Berlin, Germany

From the final days of the German Empire, to the years between the two World Wars, from Hitler's terrifying reign over Europe, to the division of the Cold War, Berlin has seen it all, and now you can see it through the eyes of Berlin’s best local tour guides. Are you looking for things to do in Berlin, Germany?

Things To Do In Berlin, Germany

Bike Tours

There is a lot of history behind this city, and an efficient way to see it all is to take a bike tour which explores all the most important landmarks. Rather than focusing on just one subject, a Berlin bike tour will introduce you to a variety of significant locations.

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City Tours

Get immersed into the complex history, vibrant art, and hidden corners of Berlin on these unique tours that take you through the city's three major time periods: World War II, its Cold War division into East and West, and its current moment as a global creative capital.

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Craft Beer Tours

There are not many places in the world where beer for breakfast is practically mandatory. As the laws have been loosened, Berlin has more colour and variety in local beers than ever before. Take one of these tours and enjoy good fresh beer in abundance.

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Food Tours

In these tours, you will have the opportunity to discover both the local German food as well as the Turkish contributions that have been a part of the cuisine for over 50 years. You will leave with a stomach full of the most delightful food and drinks.

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Memorial Tours

Hear sensitive, in-depth comments about the complex history of the Third Reich and the Holocaust. You will learn the history of the camps and those imprisoned there, providing an essential background to Germany's past and present.

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Walking Tours

These tours will take you to some of Berlin's most fascinating areas, including the Berlin Wall Memorial. But Berlin is not just known for its history! Some of the top areas of Berlin are covered in graffiti (street art) and include bars and underground clubs.

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