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Welcome to Berlin

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Berlin is the capital of Germany and the largest city in the country living here around 4 million people.The first historical document of Berlin goes back to 1237, alluding to the towns of Cölln and Berlin, located in each one of the banks of the river Spree. The two localities allied themselves in 1307, having constituted a common municipality.In the early eighteenth century, Frederick III, turned Brandenburg into a kingdom and Berlin became then the capital of Prussia.January of 1871, Bismark proclaimed the German Empire maintaining Berlin like capital.

In the last year of the 2nd great war, Berlin suffered numerous bombings, especially since most of the buildings were in ruins.
The American, British, French and Soviet troops, reunited in Potsdam, divided the city into four sectors.Berlin was at the center of the Cold War and was the protagonist of one of its greatest crises, known as the Berlin Blockade (June 24th,1948 until May 11th,1949).From 1989, the political changes that took place in Eastern Europe led to the fall of the Berlin wall and the opening of the borders between the GDR and the rest of Germany. In 1990, Germany reunified and Berlin became the capital again.

It is a city that was destroyed and divided having a troubled history, reborn as a place whose nightlife and neighborhoods are as fascinating as its abundant museums and dissonant architecture. Every corner has a story to tell.Today Berlin is a global city and one of the most influential centers of culture in the world.

Berlin’s fastest-growing economic sectors include communications, life sciences and transport, particularly services using information and communication technologies, as well as advertising and media engineering, music and design, biotechnology, environmental and health services.This rapid development of the metropolis has attracted an international reputation to its festivals.

Art & Culture

Berlin is the city where history meets hipster culture, the city with a vibe so unique and mesmerizing that once you visit you will definitely want to come back.

Germany’s capital, Berlin is a metropolis with almost 4 million inhabitants and is everything that a model modern-day metropolis can be: loud, busy, full of traffic, a place of big business and 9-to-5 jobs. But it is also so much more than that. A mecca for creative people from all over the world, it is a place where nightclubs are as culturally important as opera houses, where flea markets attract more customers then shopping malls and where the street food is often better than your average Michelin-star-restaurant fare.

Berlin has a rich history. Many events that have shaped the world as we know it happened here, so there is a lot to explore if you’re interested in that side of the city. But what most tourists know and love Berlin for is the special urban vibe that welcomes creativity and being different, where anything goes, and every freak can feel at home.

A city that celebrates uniqueness, Berlin has fostered a laid back ‘live and let live’ atmosphere. Whatever you are interested in, be it yoga and spiritual practices, silent cinema and theater, techno music and the rave culture, communal gardening and sustainable traveling, or urban fashion and streetwear, this city has you covered. Berlin’s neighborhoods are unique and different, and each one has its own subcultures, communities, must-go places and must try-foods. In each of them, you will easily find people from all walks of life and all over the world who share your passions.

Come to Berlin for the arts and culture, alternative music and vintage record shopping, hot kebabs and artisan burgers, historic sites and important monuments, brunches in Mitte and late nights in Kreuzberg. Below we present a carefully curated but nowhere near exhaustive list of amazing places to see and try in Berlin.

Gastronomy

Currywurst

Currywurst

Currywurst is a street food staple all around Germany and of course in Berlin. It has been wildly popular ever since it’s invention in 1949 when a lucky cook got an idea to put some curry powder and ketchup onto a freshly grilled bratwurst. The snack immediately became wildly popular and can be still found at most fast-food stands today. It is simple, inexpensive, and flavorful, perfect street food to be enjoyed after a couple of beers or as a midday pick-me-up. Variations of the dish are also served in restaurants all across Berlin, but the general consensus is that nothing beats a 3€ piping-hot currywurst fresh off the grill, eaten outside of a street food stand at 2 a.m.

Berliner

Berliner

Berliners are filled doughnuts made with yeast and deep-fried in oil. Traditionally these treats are eaten to celebrate New Year’s Eve and the carnival holidays, can but now be found around Berlin throughout the year. Interestingly, Berliner is the name used everywhere in Germany except Berlin, where the same treat goes under the name Pfannkuchen. The doughnuts are made with a variety of fillings and different toppings and glazes. The filling can be raspberry, cherry or strawberry jam, sometimes the doughnuts are also flavored with rum. The German have a fun tradition associated with the sweet treats. When making Berliners for the New Year’s Eve celebration, they usually fill one of the doughnuts with mustard instead of jam, with a belief that the person who gets it will be especially lucky the upcoming year.

Pork knuckle

Pork knuckle

Pork knuckle is the ultimate German beer food. Everywhere, from Oktoberfest to breweries and taverns all around Germany, pork knuckle is a menu staple. A cut of meat that lies at the very end of the leg below the ham was traditionally simple farmers’ food that originated in Bavaria. It is cooked slow and low, generously seasoned with salt, pepper, and bay leaf, and then briefly braised to render the skin crispy and golden. Of course, the meat is fall-off-the-bone tender and pairs wonderfully with the traditional sides of potatoes and cabbage. Rich and hearty, it is a perfect dish to go with beer. The added bonus is that after one of those you will definitely be able to enjoy several more pints without getting tipsy.

Strudel

Strudel

Another popular dessert the Germans are especially proud of is the strudel, a layered pastry with a sweet filling. The dessert became popular in the 18th century in the Austro-Hungarian Empire and is essential to German cuisine. Strudel dough famously requires a lot of work, as it has to be kneaded vigorously for a long time and then rolled out by hand as thinly as possible. Some cooks claim the dough should thin enough to read a newspaper through. This scrumptious dessert is made with a variety of fillings. The most common ones include apple, raisins, cherry, and poppy seeds. When cooked properly, the strudel is mind-blowingly good with its crispy flaky crust and a rich tart filling. It is usually served with a scoop of ice cream to offset the buttery crisp of the crust. In Berlin, strudel can be found on many menus, especially in eateries focused on or inspired by the local cuisine.

Schnitzel

Schnitzel

Schnitzel is as German as it gets. A slice of meat pounded out thin, covered in breading and fried, it is a no-fuss dish that hits the spot every time. It can be made with either pork or veal, coated in eggs and fluffy bread crumbs, and fried until crispy. Traditionally it is served with a slice of lemon for seasoning and some potato salad or French fries on the side. The trick to a perfect schnitzel is a slice of quality meat pounded to about 1/4 inch, no more and no less, and fried quickly at a very high temperature. It is a staple of German home cooking, and of course is served in restaurants all over Berlin, from traditional taverns to hip new places that are trying to put their own spin on the dish. However, when made well, the Schnitzel is perfection in and of itself, and no reimagining is needed.

People

Marlene Dietrich

Marlene Dietrich

Marlene Dietrich, with the stage name of Marie Magdelene Dietrich von Losch was a German actress and singer. Dietrich has maintained great popularity throughout his long career in show business by continually reinventing himself professionally. In 1920, in Berlin, she appeared on stage and in silent films. His performance as Lola-Lola in The Blue Angel (1930), directed by Josef von Sternberg, brought international fame, resulting in a contract with Paramount Pictures. Dietrich starred in Hollywood films such as Morocco (1930), the Shanghai Express (1932) and Desire (1936). With much success, she has shaped a glamorous and exotic persona, going to super stardom and becoming one of the best paid actresses of her time. The artist is also notable in her humanitarian collaboration during World War II, housing exiles and helping them financially. For this fight, she received honors in the United States, France, Belgium and Israel. While still making films occasionally after the war, Dietrich spent most of the 1950s and 1970s on a world tour where he sang songs from his movies and records.

Karl Marx

Karl Marx

Karl Marx was a philosopher, sociologist, journalist and socialist revolutionary. Born in Prussia, he later became stateless and spent much of his life in London in the United Kingdom. Praised and criticized, Marx has been described as one of the most influential figures in the history of mankind. Many intellectuals, trade unions and political parties worldwide have been influenced by his ideas, with many variations on his work base. Marx’s work in economics laid the basis for much of the current understanding of labor and its relation to capital, as well as subsequent economic thought. He published several books during his lifetime, with The Communist Manifesto (1848) and Capital (1867-1894) the most prominent. Marx’s theories of society, economics, and politics (known as Marxism) through a class struggle (a conflict between a social class that controls the means of production and the working class, which supplies the labor force for production), and that the state was created to protect the interests of the ruling class, although presented as an instrument that represents the common interest of all. In addition, he predicted that capitalism would produce internal tensions that would lead to its self-destruction and substitution by a new system: socialism.

Katarina Witt

Katarina Witt

Katarina Witt is a former German skater who won two Olympic medals in 1984 and 1988, in addition to the World Championships in 1984, 1985, 1987 and 1988 and six consecutive European championships, from 1983 to 1988. Since she wanted to be a skater, she always asked her mother, Kathe, to let her practice her sport, and every day after school she would go through a skating rink.In 1994, he managed to qualify again for the Winter Olympic Games. However, Katarina was more than celebrating the fact that she could compete for a reunited Germany, than to rise to one of the podium positions. In 1999, she was voted the favorite female athlete of the United States and the favorite skater of the twentieth century. Time Magazine considered it the most beautiful face of Socialism and, in fact, her sex appeal was undeniable, using her daring costumes for the figure skating and thematic / theatrical costumes, which sometimes led to punishments, but also has extended the limits of sport.

Lucian Freud

Lucian Freud

Lucian Michael Freud was a painter born in Berlin (1922)on December 8th and naturalized British in 1939. His first solo exhibition, at the Lefevre Gallery in 1944, featured the now celebrated The Painter’s Room. Freud’s early paintings are often associated with surrealism and for presenting people and plants in unusual juxtapositions. These works are usually painted with a rather lean painting, but from the 1950s he began to paint portraits, usually nude, and began to use a thicker impasto.With the use of this technique, Lucian cleaned his brush with each stroke . The colors in these paintings are typically muted. Their themes are usually about people in their lives; friends, family, loves, children. In the words of the artist “the subject matter is autobiographical, everything has to do with hope, memory, sensuality and involvement.”

Nadja Auermann

Nadja Auermann

Nadja Auermann is a German supermodel who was born in Berlin on March 19th in 1971. She photographed for Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. Disembarked for Versace and posed in minishorts for the classic photo alongside Christy Turlington, Claudia Schiffer, Cindy Crawford and Stephanie Seymour. Auermann was discovered in a cafe in Berlin in 1989, which led her to sign with Karin Modeling Agency in Paris in the same year. On the year of 1991, she moved from Karin to Elite Model Management. She then had her picture taken for Vogue Paris, in addition to appearing in Benetton clothing advertisements. On September 1994, Auermann appeared on the cover of both Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, which The New York Times called “a triumph” akin to winning two legs of the Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing.

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Soviet War Memorial (Treptower Park)

Once the location of the Great Industrial Exposition of Berlin in 1896, the Treptower Park is now a popular place for recreation, with boats for trips along the river Spree and well-preserved houseboats. But the second-largest park of Berlin is also home of the Soviet War Memorial, built after […]

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Oberbaum Bridge

One of Berlin’s landmarks, the Oberbaum Bridge is a double-deck bridge over the river Spree, connecting the once divided districts of Kreuzberg, in the former West and Friedrichshain, in the former East Berlin. Now a symbol of unification, like many other structures in the city, the bridge was […]

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Kurfürstendamm

The most famous and elegant boulevard of Berlin, the Kurfürstendamm is a paradise for shopping, especially at the legendary department store KaDeWe, opened in 1907 and still the largest one in Europe. Considered the Champs-Élysées of Berlin, the avenue is lined with trees, but also hotels, rest[…]

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East Side Gallery

Once just a piece of the Berlin Wall, nowadays this is an incredible open-air art gallery. Through 1.3 km, the longest continuous section of the Wall still in existence, it displays the art of 118 artists from 21 countries, who started painting on it right after the fall of the Wall. It officia[…]

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Mauerpark

A mix of public hangout, flea market, pocket music festival, a karaoke stage, and a Berlin Wall memorial, the Mauerpark is one of the busiest parks in Berlin, especially on Sundays. Located in the trendy Prenzlauer Berg neighborhood, with a party atmosphere, it still is a memory of the city’s d[…]

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Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

Badly damaged by a bombing raid in 1943, the original church was built in the 1890s, in honor of Wilhelm I, in the Neo-Romantic style. At the time, the five church bells were the second biggest in Germany but ended up being melted for munitions. Nowadays, this Protestant church stands as a stri[…]

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The Nikolai Quarter

Berlin’s oldest residential quarter, with medieval-looking streets and quaint houses that were actually built after the Second World War, the Nikolai Quarter (or Nikolaiviertel) is the reconstructed historical heart of the city, following its original form through official records. Located in t[…]

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The Berlin-Dahlem Botanical Garden and Museum

Constructed between 1897 and 1910, under the guidance of Adolf Engler, the Berlin-Dahlem Botanical Garden and Museum was initially created to exhibit the exotic plants brought from the German colonies. The complex consists of several buildings and glass-houses, such as the beautiful Pavilion Vi[…]

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Berlin Zoological Gardens

The oldest zoo in Germany, the Berlin Zoological Gardens opened in 1844. With around 25.000 animals from more than 2.000 species, the zoo has a big cat house, a hippopotamus house, and a nocturnal animal house. The birdhouse is the biggest in Europe and the Zoo-Aquarium is the largest public aq[…]

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Topography of Terror Museum

Housed in the former Gestapo and SS headquarters between 1933 and 1945, the neo-baroque building was the place of horrendous interrogation and torturing – most of these horrific events happened in the basement. The documents and pictures displayed at the Topography of Terror’s permanent e[…]

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Berlin Cathedral Church

The Berliner Dom (the dome) of this cathedral is perhaps one of the most recognized features of Berlin’s cityscape. Located in the Museum Island in the Mitte borough, this Protestant church suffered several major transformations throughout the centuries since the Middle Ages. The temple as we s[…]

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Grosser Tiergarten and the Victory Column

Considered the Central Park of Berlin, the Tiergarten borders major sights such as the Branderburg Gate and the Potsdamer Platz and the forested grounds is slightly larger than the Hyde Park in London. Joggers, skaters, cyclists, and walkers all enjoy the green-long of Berlin. Originally a hunt[…]

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Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

Most visitors will say that this memorial reminds them of an abstract cemetery – or a graveyard. The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe remembers the Jewish victims of the Holocaust, an estimated six million people. Designed by architect Peter Eisenman and engineer Buro Happold, it consist[…]

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Jewish Museum Berlin

Though there was already a Jewish Museum in Berlin founded in 1933, the idea for a new one originated in the Western part of Berlin, years before the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Opened in 2001, the largest Jewish museum in Europe consists of three buildings, one of them in Baroque style, a[…]

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Gendarmenmarkt

Considered by many the most beautiful square of Berlin, this is a stage for Christmas markets, a winter ice rink, and orchestras playing classical pieces. Located in the Friedrichstadt, which was built by Friederich I at the end of the 17th century, the square is surrounded by the Schinkel’s Ko[…]

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Charlottenburg Palace and Park

The park of Charlottenburg Palace is a floral Baroque masterpiece, with its royal splendor and richness mixed with characteristics of the English landscaped garden. Commissioned by Princess Sophie Charlotte to Siméon Godeau in 1695, the gardens have a central long axis stretching from the palac[…]

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The Berlin Wall Memorial

Located at the historic site on Bernauer Strasse, the Berlin Wall Memorial extends along 1.4 km of the former border strip that separated the West from the East. This memorial is the last piece of the Berlin Wall and it honors the victims of the GDR regime. The visits are free and it is explain[…]

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Museum Island

An ensemble of five museums on Spree Island, next door to the Berlin Cathedral, the complex hosts one of the most recognizable artworks of Ancient Egypt: the Bust of Nefertiti, which can be seen at the Neues Museum (New Museum). But there’s a lot more to see at the other four museums: the Alte […]

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The Rebuilt Reichstag

One of Berlin’s most famous landmarks, the Reichstag building is located at the northern end of the Eberstrasse and near the south bank of the Spree River. Constructed to house the Imperial Diet of the German Empire, it opened in 1894 and it was severely damaged by a fire in 1933. The building […]

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The Brandenburg Gate

The only remaining town gate of Berlin, The Brandenburg Gate stands at the western end of the avenue Unter den Linden. The city’s iconic landmark is a symbol of Berlin’s Cold War division into East and West and a reminder now of a reunified Germany after the fall of the Wall. Built in sandstone[…]

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Michelberger Restaurant

The Michelberger Hotel touted by Conde Nast Traveler for capturing the ‘youthful, creative spirit of Berlin’ is also home to an amazing restaurant, considered one of the coolest dining spots in the city. Headed by the world-renowned chef Alan Micks, who has worked in top kitchens of London, New[…]

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Circus Hostel Bar

Circus Hostel bar is a hip microbrewery located in the basement of the Circus Hostel in Berlin Mitte. The place has been on the list of the coolest places in Berlin since its very opening in 2015 and is a perfect spot to pregame before your bar crawl around Mitte or to end the night with a coup[…]

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Schleusenkrug

Sitting in the lush shade along one of the canals crossing the Tiergarten, Schleusenkrug is one of the iconic Berlin beer gardens. Definitely an institution at this point, the place has been open since the 1950s, and since then is reliably packed every sunny weekend. The menu is brief and simpl[…]

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Weihenstephaner Berlin

The Bavarian Weihenstephaner Brewery, the oldest brewing house in the world, dating back to 768, welcomes beer enthusiasts in its tap house in Berlin. It is located in Mitte, the central district, in a vaulted cellar of an 18th-century building. The restaurant serves the traditional German stap[…]

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Restaurant Azzam

Touted by the Time Out magazine as a place serving ‘outstanding’ Lebanese food, Azzam in Neukölln does not look too different from rows of other food stands in the street, but is famous for its delicious middle-eastern dishes. For a reasonable price of 6.5€, you will be served a heaping platter[…]

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Burgermeister Kottbusser Tor

Burgermeister near Kottbusser Tor in Kreuzberg is arguably the best and definitely the best-known burger joint in Berlin. Famously located in a former public toilet kiosk, Burgermeister sits on a traffic island between two busy streets and invariably features a line of hungry Berliners and non-[…]

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Izmir Köftecisi

An unassuming-looking fast-food spot near Kottbusser Tor, Izmir Köftecisi is an institution, famed as ‘the best köfte in Kreuzberg’. The place has been open since 1993 and has fed many a drunk Kreuzberg-party-goer and street-food enthusiast. The köfte, a Turkish creation of minced meat with oni[…]

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Cô Cô – bánh mì deli

A cozy Vietnamese deli near Rosenthaler Platz in the Mitte neighborhood, Cô Cô is one of the best places in town to have a bánh mi – a sumptuous sandwich of veg and meat on a toasted baguette, one of the relics of French colonialism in Vietnam. The menu includes three sections: sandwiches, omel[…]

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Pick n Weight Vintage Kilo Store

One of the largest and best second-hand stores in Germany, Pick n Weight in Berlin Mitte is a thrift shopper’s heaven. The place offers an overwhelming variety of garments and accessories dating back as far as the 1950s, all sold – you guessed it – by weight. Whether you are looking for j[…]

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Urban-Industrial

If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind interior piece to decorate your home, Urban-Industrial is the place for you. Located in an 800-square-meter warehouse in Kreuzberg, the store is basically a huge playground for adults filled with upcycled school furniture, railway station clocks, mid-centu[…]

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11:00 – 18:00

Saturday:

10:00 – 14:00

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Die Fachfrau

A unique thrift store/craft fair hybrid that brings sellers and buyers together, Die Fachfrau is a place full of unique treasures. Each visitor can rent a box for displaying any items they are willing to sell, from trinkets, homemade gifts, toys, books, or illustrations, which are left open for[…]

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Monday:

10:00 – 19:00

Tuesday:

10:00 – 19:00

Wednesday:

10:00 – 19:00

Thursday:

10:00 – 19:00

Friday:

10:00 – 19:00

Saturday:

10:00 – 19:00

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The Store X

Occupying two floors in the Soho House building in Mitte, the Store X is a unique space, carrying a carefully curated collection of fashion, accessories, music, art, and books. Presented as a cultural hub, the place is a mix of a café, coworking space, art gallery, and a retail spot. The empori[…]

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In the City
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Monday:

09:30 – 15:30

Friday:

09:30 – 15:30

Saturday:

09:30 – 15:30

Best of Berlin Tour

There’s no set routes, no scripts, and no limits. Our guides are given a licence to roam and a remit to show you the absolute best of Berlin – as much as is humanly possible in 6-hours. We don’t believe in compartmentalising Berlin’s complex history into several different tours. We believe in t[…]

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In the City
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Monday:

18:45 – 21:45

Tuesday:

18:45 – 21:45

Friday:

18:45 – 21:45

Saturday:

18:45 – 21:45

Craft Beer & Breweries Tour

Germans are famous for their beer, and with good reason. In fact Germany’s laws on what makes beer beer are more than 300 years older than the country itself! 100 years ago Berlin had more breweries than any other city on the planet. After what can only be described as a pretty rough relationsh[…]

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In the City
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Sunday:

14:00 – 17:00

Monday:

14:00 – 17:00

Friday:

14:00 – 17:00

Saturday:

14:00 – 17:00

Berlin Street Art

The Americans may have given the world street art, but it was perfected in Berlin. Starting in the ‘60s painting on the side of the Wall, through Berlin’s hedonistic heyday in the 1990s, artists the world over have come to the Hauptstadt to leave their mark.

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In the City
Tour scheduled for this specific schedule (possibly unavailable due Covid-19 restrictions)

Sunday:

10:30 – 12:30

Monday:

10:30 – 12:30

Tuesday:

10:30 – 12:30

Wednesday:

10:30 – 12:30

Thursday:

10:30 – 12:30

Friday:

10:30 – 12:30

Saturday:

10:30 – 12:30

Berlin Free Tour

Got a flight to catch? Had a big night out? Need a lie-in? Whatever the reason, we’ve got you covered if you’re short on time but don’t want to scrimp on sights. We’ve condensed our legendary ‘Best of Berlin’ tour into the ultimate short, sharp shot of the German capital’s major historic and cu[…]

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The Circus Hostel

In the heart of Berlin, on a crossroads where hip galleries meet high fashion spots and great restaurants, a building full of history is towering over the vibrant square of Rosenthaler Platz. Welcome to The Circus Hostel! Looking for staff that treat you like family? We have it! Or do you prefe[…]

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Grand Hostel Urban Berlin

We happily invite you to our new Grand Hostel Berlin location with a fresh URBAN look & feel situated in the crazy, bustling heart of the Neukölln district. Welcome to Berlin friends! Our new mix urban concept combines a modern, colourful design with a touch of luxury for open-minded urban[…]

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