For almost 30 years, Berlin was a divided city, a unique situation in German history. We start at Brandenburg Gate – a symbol of division and unification.
Berlin on Foot, Train and Bus
An impressive guided tour beginning at Memorial Church, a famous landmark of west Berlin, just across from the Bikini House and at the edge of the Tiergarten.
- Starts at Memorial Church
- 3 Hours
- Person (16 Years and Over)
- Young Person (From 9 to 15 Years)
- Child (Up to 8 Years)
Explore Berlin and its Landmarks
After a little story about the Ku’damm, we continue by bus past the embassy district in the Tiergarten and the Kulturforum (Philharmonie….) in the direction of Potsdamer Platz – next to the Leipziger Platz with the “Mall of Berlin” impressive new centers in Berlin.
The S-Bahn then takes you to the Brandenburg Gate in the government district – eventful history from the imperial era and Weimar Republic to the time of the “Cold War” and “Wall Period” and today’s importance.
The legendary 100 bus takes you a bit up the magnificent boulevard Unter den Linden to Friedrichstraße – architecturally impressive, reconstructed shopping and strolling mile that wants to tie in with the 1920s – and to Checkpoint Charlie (a former important border crossing between the American and Soviet sectors).
Then it goes back a bit via the historic Gendarmenmarkt and Opernplatz to the rebuilt Berlin City Palace, the Humboldt Forum, opposite the Berlin Cathedral and the Museum Island.
This is where the tour ends – on request, various exhibitions or the roof café – restaurant can be visited – the television tower at Alexanderplatz is within sight.
- More Than 15 People in One Group (9 Years and Over): €15 per person
For this tour you need a ticket for the public transport (to find the right one and to buy we can help).
- Memorial church
- Bikini house
- Europa center
- Embassy area
- Culture forum (Philharmoie)
- Potsdamer square
- Brandenburg gate in government area
- Friedrichstraße with Checkpoint Charlie
- Unter den Linden
- Berlin Palace