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Stadtführungen in Berlin

in Berlin

Berlin walking tour

For all curious and discoverers! Experience Berlin up close on a city tour on foot.

Walking tours in Berlin
Guided tours on foot in Berlin
Berlin city tour

Berlin city tour

Discover the highlights of Berlin on our 2-hour city tour! Our walking tour takes you to legendary places such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and Checkpoint Charlie.

From € 9

Half day city walking tour Berlin

Half day city tour

Our 3-hour city tour on foot and by public transport to the famous sights offers an exciting journey of discovery through the city center of Berlin.

From € 12

Berlin wall walking tour

Wall tour

Walking tour along the former border of the Berlin Wall and to an open-air documentation center. A city tour that brings the history of the Berlin Wall to life.

From € 9

Walking tour of the government district

Parliament district

Explore the political heart of Germany on a walking tour through the parliamentary and government district between the Bundestag and the Chancellery.

From € 9

Historic city walking tour Berlin

Historic city tour

Walk with us along Unter den Linden, Berlin's most famous boulevard. Discover magnificent buildings such as the City Palace or the Berlin Cathedral and the stories that surround them. 

From € 9

Walking tour of the Nicolai Quarter

Nicolai Quarter

Experience the charming Nicolai Quarter, the cradle of Berlin. Our tour takes you into winding streets, past historic buildings and cozy cafés. Discover Berlin's origins.

From € 9

Walking tour of the district of Kreuzberg

District of Kreuzberg

Experience the lively atmosphere of Kreuzberg. Our walking tour shows you the cultural diversity, historical sites and the vibrant nightlife of this unique Berlin district.

From € 9

Walking tour of the city west of Berlin

City West

Explore Kurfürstendamm, Berlin's famous shopping mile and the city's most famous department store: the KaDeWe. A walking tour through the heart of Berlin's City West.

From € 9

Third Reich walking tour of Berlin

Third Reich

Our walking tour takes you to the historical sites of the Third Reich in downtown Berlin, including the location of Hitler's bunker and the headquarters of the SS and Gestapo.

From € 9

Walking tour of the Museums Island in Berlin

Museum Island

Discover the treasures of the Museum Island in Berlin. Experience a guided tour full of ancient wonders and cultural masterpieces. A cultural highlight that will amaze you.

From € 25

Walking tour of political institutions in Berlin

Political Berlin

A walking tour to the places where politics is made in Berlin. See the Reichstag building and the representations of the states of Germany.

From € 9

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Sightseeing Berlin

Guided walking tours: discover Berlin up close! ( year 2024 )

For the curious and explorers

Berlin, a city full of history, culture and vibrant life, attracts millions of visitors every year. With its countless attractions, from historical monuments to modern art galleries, the city offers something for everyone. To get the best out of your visit, guided walking tours are an excellent choice. Our guides have the opportunity to show you little-known corners and tell you interesting and entertaining details, stories and anecdotes. A walking tour usually lasts 1.5 to 2 hours. We offer different types of tours: including overview tours of the city. But of course also walking tours through a variety of city districts, such as Kreuzberg and of course also on different topics, such as the Wall. We attach great importance to ensuring that every walking tour is informative and interesting, as well as entertaining. All walking tours can be modified according to your individual wishes in terms of duration, meeting point and end point.

What walking tours are offered in Berlin?

There are public and private tours, as well as overview tours and thematic tours. Public tours are offered on fixed dates for which you can register. Private tours however, are for closed groups on the desired date. Overview tours lead along the most famous sights in the city of Berlin, while thematic tours are dedicated to a selected topic, such as history or architecture.

What themed tours are offered?

The most interesting sights are:

The Brandenburg Gate is an iconic neoclassical monument, completed in 1791. Designed by Carl Gotthard Langhans, it resembles Athens' Acropolis entrance, highlighting its grandeur with twelve Doric columns supporting a transverse beam. Above, the Quadriga, a sculpture of a chariot pulled by four horses driven by Victoria, the goddess of victory, symbolizes peace. Historically, it has witnessed numerous pivotal events, including Napoleon's conquests and the Cold War when it stood beside the Wall, symbolizing division. Today, it represents German unity and freedom, attracting visitors globally as a beacon of historical and cultural significance.

Checkpoint Charlie was one of the most famous Cold War border crossings between East and West Berlin, operational from 1961 to 1990. Located at the junction of Friedrichstraße and Zimmerstraße, it served as the main entry point for foreigners and Allied personnel into the east. Named by the Western Allies, "Charlie" comes from the NATO phonetic alphabet. The checkpoint became a symbol of the Cold War, representing the division of East and West Germany and the broader conflict between the Eastern Bloc and Western powers. Today, it is a major tourist attraction featuring a replica of the original guardhouse and numerous exhibits on Cold War history.

The Führerbunker was Adolf Hitler's final headquarters during World War II. Constructed in two phases (1936 and 1944), this underground bunker complex was the site of Hitler's last days before he committed suicide on April 30, 1945. Situated near the Reich Chancellery in the government district, it was part of a larger bunker system designed for the Nazi leadership's protection. Post-war, the site remained largely unmarked to discourage neo-Nazi pilgrimages. Today, only a modest information board marks the location, detailing the bunker's history and its significance as the epicenter of Nazi command during the final, tumultuous months of the Third Reich.

The Reichstag building, completed in 1894, is a historic edifice initially constructed to house the Imperial Diet of the German Empire. Designed by Paul Wallot, the architecture features a distinctive neo-Renaissance style. After suffering significant damage in a 1933 fire and further destruction during World War II, the Reichstag stood largely unused until German reunification. It underwent extensive renovations led by architect Norman Foster in the 1990s, adding a modern glass dome that provides panoramic views of the city and symbolizes political transparency. Today, it serves as the meeting place of the German Bundestag, the national parliament, and remains a prominent symbol of Germany's democratic evolution and resilience.

The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, commonly known as the Gedächtniskirche and located on the Kurfürstendamm in the bustling heart of the city. Originally built in the 1890s, it was heavily damaged during a World War II bombing raid in 1943. The ruined tower, preserved as a partial ruin, stands as a poignant reminder of the destruction of war and has been nicknamed "the hollow tooth." A modern church building, featuring a striking octagonal shape and walls made of stained glass, was constructed alongside the old tower in the early 1960s. Today, the church is a major tourist attraction and an active place of worship, symbolizing peace and reconciliation.

What special walking tours are offered?

There are culinary trips- these combine a classic city tour on foot with culinary experiences. Furthermore there are underground trips, where, for example, old bunkers from the Second World War can be discovered. Those usually take place with trained guides - but there are also multimedia apps that are particularly suitable for individual travelers who would like to receive detailed information about places and sights on their smartphone. Anyone who wants to find out more about the capital can book a tour of the government district, followed by a visit to the German Bundestag and the dome of the Reichstag building.

What unusual tours are offered?

For anyone who wants to find out more about the real live in the city can book  walks with homeless people who show you the city from their perspective. If you want to combine a walking tour with fun for the group, you can book rallies with exciting tasks to be solved during the tour.

Tours offered by Sightseeing Point

Sightseeing by foot through Berlin is an excellent way to discover the German capital from different perspectives. Whether you want to enjoy history, art, cuisine or simply city life, there is a tour that will pique your curiosity. The advantages of a private tour, together with the unique offers from Sightseeing Point GmbH, guarantee an unforgettable Berlin experience. Plan your next trip to Berlin and discover the city in a way you will never forget.

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