Explore all the main attractions of Berlin on a half-day guided bike tour. Explore the city’s unique history, from the Prussian Empire, to the days of the Third Reich, the city split by the Berlin Wall, and reunification after the fall of the wall.
What to Expect
The comprehensive all-in-one city bike tour of Berlin covers all the main landmarks in just 4.5 hours, with stops every few hundred meters to discuss the sights. Let native English-speaking guides provide a fascinating commentary about the city’s troubled history, and fantastic future.
It’s an ideal tour for those who are short on time, but want to see as much of Berlin as possible in a half-day. You will cover approximately 6 miles (10 kilometers), stopping every few hundred meters, making it perfect for all ages and fitness levels.
Go to the Berlin Wall, and wander through Checkpoint Charlie. Then stand in the death strip under a watchtower, and learn what led to the Wall’s fall, and how Berlin is dealing with its past. Stand on top of Hitler’s bunker, and the site of the Nazis' infamous book-burning. See the Reichstag, and grasp how its fateful burning led to Hitler’s rise to power.
Cross through Tiergarten Park and stop at a delightful beer garden for lunch. Soak up the scenery as you explore the sprawling new government quarter. And learn how the mighty Prussians molded Berlin into a European power, as you ride through the Brandenburg Gate, over Museum Island, and across the Gendarmenmarkt.
Meet at the main entrance to the Fernsehturm (TV Tower) at Alexanderplatz. Your guide will walk you to the entrance of the vendor's shop, where you will pick up your bike.
What to Remember
• Tour operates rain or shine. Free gloves are available to borrow if it's cold, while disposable rain ponchos are on sale if desired