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Guided bike tour through the city center of Berlin and the district of Kreuzberg including a refreshment break.

Tour information

Many say a bike tour is the best way to explore Berlin. And this is the all-in-one tour that will show you why! See the historical city center along the boulevard Unter den Linden and ride through the government quarter with the landmark buildings Reichstag and Chancellery. Walk through the Brandenburg Gate as every visitor of the city should. See where Hitler committed suicide and Himmler organized Nazi crimes. Follow the trail along the former border between East and West, see remains of the Wall and Checkpoint Charlie – and enjoy the fresh air and the fun of a bike tour! The tour starts directly at the Television Tower at Alexanderplatz in the eastern city center. If you are travelling with your own bikes, the tour may start at any other place in downtown Berlin.

Tour description

The tour starts at Alexanderplatz beneath the Television Tower which is impossible to miss: it is Germany’s highest building. There you will meet the guide and receive your bikes. You will start in the old town with the palaces of Prussian kings and princes, see the Museum Island and Berlin Cathedral. From there you proceed to see Germany’s center of power with the seats of the parliament and the government. You will follow the traces of Berlin’s dramatic 20th century history, pass by the Holocaust Memorial, Checkpoint Charlie and remains of the Wall and ride along a stretch of the former death strip. See the in-scene district of Kreuzberg with its multicultural flair where alternative lifestyles flourished in the shadow of the Wall. When you cross the Spree river and ride back to the Television Tower you will certainly understand why only one third of Berliners have an own car!

During this half day bike tour you will see:

The hustle and bustle on Alexanderplatz with its famous Television Tower
Unter den Linden with the State Opera, Berlin Cathedral and Berlin’s oldest university
Museum Island, treasures bearing witness to 5000 years of human history
Former border checkpoint at train station Friedrichstrasse
The government quarter with the Chancellery and the Reichstag building
Brandenburg Gate, a symbol of Berlin and the German reunification
Holocaust Memorial and site of Hitler’s bunker
Potsdamer Platz – a new city center built by a team of international star architects
Checkpoint Charlie, a landmark of the Cold War
Kreuzberg, the legendary party district with its unconventional street life
Nicholas Quarter, the oldest part of Berlin

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