Full Day City Tour
The tour for those who want to take their time to see it all! Discover the differences between former East and West Berlin, see the scars where the wall divided the city, walk the sites where World War II has ended and feel today’s atmosphere of a changing and vibrant city. There will be enough time for a lunch break and a visit of the Reichstag or one of Berlin’s museums: the Wall museum at Checkpoint Charlie or the Pergamon Museum, for example. Our tour guides will be glad to answer all questions you may have regarding Berlin and its people.
- Private Tour
- Partly use of public transportation and lunch break
- Full coverage of the city of Berlin with local guide
- Upon request tour can be split up on two days
Date and time:
At your hotel or any other central location
English, German, other languages upon request
Prices (incl. all taxes):
Small groups of up to 9 travelers € 289 per group
Groups of 10 or more travelers € 29 per person
Groups of 20 or more travelers € 19 per person
Groups of 40 or more travelers: please request an offer
Offer and Booking:
Book the tour online using the yellow „Book now“ button on this page. For questions or to receive an individual offer with price and tour suggestion use the contact form on this page or simply call us at +49-30-220 11 88 89 (Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time). Cancellations and changes – including a change of the number of participants – are free of charge, provided that they are made not later than 48 hours before the start of the tour – payments already made will be reimbursed.
Tickets for public transportation are required and not included in the tour price. If there are more than 30 people, the group will be split and a second guide will be assigned at no extra charge. The tour can be customized according to your individual needs and your preferred meeting and ending point. Upon request the tour can split up and made on two subsequent days lasting 3 hours on each day.
This full-day tour takes you to all the main attractions of the city and still leaves time to cover special interests you may have. You want to visit one of Berlin’s museums or spontaneously stop at a restaurant or go shopping? You want to visit the glass dome of the Reichstag? All of this and more could be included in the tour, while you will still see all the famous sights that Berlin has to offer: the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Museum Island, the TV Tower, the Red Town Hall, Berlin Cathedral, glamourous boulevards and squares like Unter den Linden, Kurfürstendamm and Gendarmenmarkt, the Victory Column and much, much more.
You will learn in detail how Berlin’s dramatic history in the 20th century unfolded, from the Nazi’s rise to power to the destruction in World War II and the city’s division after the war, and you will visit original sites of historical events like the burning of books in 1933 or of spectacular attempts to cross the border fortifications and escape to the West. See hot spots of the Cold War like Checkpoint Charlie and understand the joy of Berliners in 1989 when the Wall finally fell. Our tour guide will give you an idea how the city has changed since then and how Berlin became one of Europe’s most popular cities for young people, a creative center attracting artists, music and fashion lovers from all over the world. You will walk through the new government quarter with its modern office buildings and see the impressive Chancellery that has become Germany’s new center of power. Potsdamer Platz has been reconstructed by an elite of world-famous star architects.
During the tour, public transport will be used, usually one of the popular double-decker busses (tickets not included in the tour price).
Visit the dome of the Reichstag
A visit of the glass dome of the Reichstag building can also be part of the tour. Have a great view at Berlin from above and see many of the places that are visited during the tour at one glance. Note that you have to register online well ahead of time. We will help you with the registration process.
Pergamon Museum or Neues Museum
These two museums are part of Museum Island, UNESCO World Cultural Heritage since 1999. They are famous for treasures like the bust of the Egyptian queen Nefertiti or the Pergamon altar, a greek temple that has been reconstructed inside the Pergamon museum. Your guide will be pleased to visit one of the museums with you during the tour.
Wall Museum at Checkpoint Charlie
The former border crossing Checkpoint Charlie was the site of dramatic events like the tank confrontation in 1961. Next to the checkpoint a private collection opened in 1963, showing devices that were used for escape attempts: for example, self-made swimming suits, kites, hot air balloons, ropes and VW cars. The collection has grown into a full-scale museum with exhibits on four floors covering the history of the Wall, the Cold War and the Human Rights Movement.