Historic City Tour
See and experience the most beautiful parts of the city center of Berlin! Starting at Alexanderplatz near the Television tower, the tour covers the Nicholas Quarter with Berlin’s oldest church, the site of the reconstruction of the Prussian kings city palace, the State Opera House, the site of the infamous burning of books in 1933 by the Nazis, the Museum Island – home to the world-famous Bust of Nefertiti, Gendarmenmarkt with its two amazing twin domes dating back to the 18th century and finally, the famous Brandenburg Gate.
- Public tour
- Berlin Cathedral
- Brandenburg Gate
- Museum Island
Alexanderplatz in the city east
(you will receive the exact address and additional information with your booking confirmation)
Prices (incl. all taxes):
Price per person
Regular price € 17
Students € 15
To book, use the yellow “Select date” button on this page. You will find a calendar with all available dates. Choose a date to proceed with the booking.
This is a public tour. For a private tour which starts at the time and location (e.g. your hotel) of your choice see Berlin Highlights Tour >>>.
The tour starts at Alexanderplatz and takes you to the Red Town Hall (seat of the mayor of Berlin) and the historical Nicholas Quarter. From there you will walk to the site where the old city palace has been reconstructed. Afterwards, you will see the Berlin cathedral and the Museum Island: this UNESCO World Heritage site houses treasures from 6000 years of human history. During a walk along the historic Boulevard Unter den Linden you will see the Armory (nowadays home to the German Historical Museum), the former guard building (today the Memorial to the victims of wars and repressions), the Humboldt University, State Opera and St. Hedwig’s Cathedral. You will see where the burning of books in 1933 took place, walk across Gendarmenmarkt, one of Berlin’s most beautiful squares, and end at Berlin’s most famous sight – the Brandenburg Gate.