Guided bus, walking, bike and boat tours in Berlin!
What is the first thing that comes to mind when talking about food in Berlin? Right: the curry sausage. And indeed there are some famous Currywurst stalls in Berlin that you should not miss. But of course, Berlin has more to offer: for example, local cuisine in the Nicolai Quarter or upscale restaurants around the Gendarmenmarkt. Here is a short overview for a first orientation:
The Nicolai Quarter near the Television Tower at Alexanderplatz is the birthplace of Berlin, was destroyed during WWII and rebuilt in a historic style. In this quiet district around the Nicolai Church you will find a whole range of cozy restaurants serving local cuisine. For example, Mutter Hoppe >>> , which is suitable for smaller groups, Gerichtslaube >>> , well suited for larger groups, and finally the Georgbräu >>> with beer garden directly on the Spree.
Berlin offers many breweries, which are suitable especially for larger groups. Two of them are for example Brauhaus Lemke >>> and the Hofbräuhaus >>> in Bavarian style.
Good middle-class restaurants
Around the most beautiful square in Berlin, the Gendarmenmarkt, there are trendy and more expensive restaurants, suitable especially for corporate events. For example the restaurant Refugium >>> or the Italian restaurant Bocca di Bacco> >>> .
The two most famous Currywurst stalls, which we would recommend during a city tour, are the Curry 36> >>> in the district of Kreuzberg and Berlin’s oldest Currywurst stall in the district of Prenzlauer Berg, the Konnopke 36> >>> .
2 hour City Tour
Experience the highlights of Berlin during a 2-hour private city tour of Berlin in a bus or minivan.
Enjoy a 1-hour cruise on the Spree River and see the city center of Berlin from the waterside!
Berlin Highlights Tour
Get a first overview and see the major sights of Berlin between Checkpoint Charlie and the Brandenburg Gate.
Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp
This guided tour starts at your hotel and shows you the site of the former concentration camp of the Nazis.