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Berlin: Self-Guided Family and School Class Scavenger Hunt

1. Berlin: Self-Guided Family and School Class Scavenger Hunt

Explore exciting Berlin on your own with this scavenger hunt tour that gives families, school classes and day-trippers the opportunity to get to know Berlin in a unique way. The compact version of the Berlin City Scavenger Hunt will lead you to the most famous sights of this vibrant city. The starting point for this unique Scavenger Hunt City Walk through Berlin will be the World Clock at Alexanderplatz. Continue on to the TV tower, which offers a wonderful view of the city of Berlin from its observation deck (ticket not included in the price). A puzzle will also await you at Berlin Cathedral, a perfect spot to take a little breather. You will be able to take a break from the Scavenger Hunt City Tour Berlin whenever you feel like it. Perhaps you would like to take a closer look at the Berlin Cathedral, for example, or visit the Pergamon Museum on Museum Island. Afterwards, continue on to the Neue Wache, the Humboldt University and probably the most beautiful place in Berlin, the Gendarmenmarkt with its picturesque French and German Cathedrals. Needless to say, the puzzles will also lead you to Pariser Platz, where the symbol of Berlin, Brandenburg Gate, stands. The tour will end at Potsdamer Platz with its famous Sony Center. The city game box contains 9 sealed and numbered envelopes with puzzles that need to be solved. Guided by clear and unambiguous directions, you will make your way through Berlin. Solve the puzzles and let the clues lead you to the next destination. The envelopes will also contain detailed background information of each attraction - its history and today's use, which can be used, among other things, for follow-up in class.

Berlin Mitte: Smartphone Scavenger Hunt Sightseeing Tour

2. Berlin Mitte: Smartphone Scavenger Hunt Sightseeing Tour

Discover the historical center of Berlin in Mitte during this interactive scavenger hunt tour game played on your smartphone. Learn interesting facts, solve questions, gain points, and see how you place on the regional league table. In this game that’s a perfect mix between a scavenger hunt and tour, your phone is your personal guide. That means you can start, stop, and play according to your personal needs and interests. Set out to discover historical places, must-see sights, and hot spots away from the usual tourist paths around Mitte, Berlin's most central borough. Learn about the city’s development, history, and more. Starting from the World Clock at Alexanderplatz, the oldest boulevard in Berlin, Unter den Linden, takes you right through the middle of Berlin. Walk from the Berlin Cathedral to the Brandenburg Gate, with many other landmarks in between. Explore stations of the lost GDR (German Democratic Republic) and gain insights into the history of the perished GDR. For each solved question or task, you’ll receive 10 safari points. If you need a hint to solve the question, you’ll only get 5 safari points. In the end, your safari points will be added. The higher your score, the higher your placement in the safari regional league table.

Berlin: Scavenger Hunt Self-Guided Tour

3. Berlin: Scavenger Hunt Self-Guided Tour

Enjoy a unique tour of Berlin and adventure through the city unraveling riddles. If you are up to the challenge, Berlin awaits! The starting point of the "City Route I" is at the World Time Clock at Alexanderplatz. Then, head to the TV Tower, which has a viewing platform with wonderful views over the city (tickets not included). Continue on to the Rotes Rathaus and the Berlin Cathedral, where you’ll find further activities for the scavenger hunt. Then, visit the Museum Island with its 5 fantastic museums. Take a break there or visit one of the museums, such as the Pergamon Museum or the Neues Museum with stunning bust of Nefertiti. Find more tasks at Gendarmenmarkt, the beautiful square with French and German Cathedrals. Continue on to Pariser Platz and the Brandenburg Gate before experiencing the atmosphere at the Holocaust Memorial. Head on to Potsdamer Platz and Checkpoint Charlie but don't forget to solve those riddles. How the scavenger hunt through Berlin works: In the box there are between 8 and 16 closed and numbered envelopes. These include small tasks that need to be solved. With clear and understandable directions, you make your way through Berlin on foot. Solve the riddles and find your way to the next attraction in the city. At each location you will receive extensive background information.

Berlin: East Berlin Walking Tour with a Travel Book Writer

4. Berlin: East Berlin Walking Tour with a Travel Book Writer

Explore East Berlin up close on a walking tour with a travel book writer. Learn about how East Berliners lived, what the architecture of the GDR looked like, and how life behind the former Berlin Wall looked like. Meet your guide at the Weltzeituhr or World Time Clock at the center of Berlin at Alexanderplatz. Once the heart of the GDR, see East Berlin's showpiece buildings, including the iconic TV Tower. Continue on foot towards Karl-Marx-Allee, a long and imposing stretch of road, and learn all about the history of the GDR - how it was formed, how it functioned, and how it disintegrated with the fall of the Berlin Wall. Visit key sights such as Café Moskau, Kino International, and Straussberger Platz, before stopping by the Ostel, a hotel where the German Democratic Republic lives on. Savor a typical Ossi drink, before continuing with the tour, with options to visit a store selling the vanished products of a land no longer in existence or a hidden spot showing East German architecture in its original form.

Berlin: Historical WWII City Exploration Game

5. Berlin: Historical WWII City Exploration Game

Be led on an exciting self-guided tour around Berlin while playing a mobile-based quest with your friends and family. Solve clues and discover the fascinating history behind its WWII monuments and attractions. Download the app, go to the starting point, and begin the adventure. Follow clues that will take you back in time to learn about the origins of some of downtown's most iconic buildings and tourist sites like the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. Here's a sneak peek at the storyline: “You are a nurse working in a retirement home. Your favorite patient Lilly has always talked about a lover who she used to have during WWII. Because of her dementia, she can't seem to remember their name or even where they are now. You decide that today is the day, and you are finally going to help find her lost love..." Unlock the secret stories of the places you visit as you solve the problem and guess the answers. Use the clues to lead you from one site to another. Each clue provides you with exact directions so you won't need a map, GPS, or guide. Complete the tour in about 1.5 hours, however, there’s no time limit, allowing you to go at your own pace. Play as a group or split into smaller groups/teams and compete against the others. Each person can also play on their own, separate from the group, and meet the group at the end of the tour.

Berlin: City Center Walking Tour

6. Berlin: City Center Walking Tour

Discover Berlin on this easy-going walking tour. You will start at the World Clock on Alexanderplatz, the place where all Berliners traditionally meet up. From here, there is an excellent view of some of the best-loved sights in the city, from the Red Town Hall to Berlin's towering Fernsehturm (TV Tower). Visit the exciting and many-faceted Nikolaiviertel and walk across the Schlossplatz to Berlin Cathedral. Wander down the famous Unter den Linden and see the intimately beautiful garden of the Prinzessinnenpalais, the princesses' palace, on Bebelplatz. Enjoy a coffee break on the Gendarmenmarkt and see places steeped in history, such as the Holocaust Memorial and the Brandenburg Gate.

The East-West-Tour | Berlin Top Sights compact by Bike

7. The East-West-Tour | Berlin Top Sights compact by Bike

This guided bike ride starts at our base nearby the Velodrom. It´s located 2.5 km / 1.5 miles east of Alexanderplatz and easy to reach by public transport. After a brief welcome including bike selection we are ready to leave. The very first stop we do in Park Friedrichshain, next to a monument dedicated to King Frederick the 2nd. He was on power 1740-1786 and he is the most famous Prussian leader. Many streets, parks or suburbs both in Berlin and across Germany are named after him. However, the park has much more to explore, e.g. two massive bunkers built by the Nazis. They are hidden well, but still there. After that we are heading for the famous TV Tower. It was the proud of the GDR and is Germany´s tallest structure (368 m / 1208 ft). Its construction history is almost worth a separate tour. Few minutes later we pass Berlin town hall and enter the Nikolai quarter, the medieval root of the city. Original or reconstructed? It´s an interesting question not only at this spot. Next stage is the Berlin Palace. It was the main residence of Prussian electors, kings & emperors for almost 500 years. It´s loacated in UNESCO World Heritage "Museum Island". To understand the impact of WW2 and of the political systems before and behind the war to the Berlin cityscape, there is no more suitable spot. Furthermore you can discover the probably best Berlin City model here. Most people love it. Many more main attractions are still to come: We ride on the city´s most famous boulevard "Unter den Linden" towards Brandenburg Gate. It´s the No. 1 Cold War and German Reunification symbol. Just behind the world famous gate the Berlin Wall was running. Now we have reached prior West Berlin and enter massive and beautiful Tiergarten Park, heading for Victory Column. The history of this military monument is just unbelievable. Hard to understand that it´s still there... We pass Castle Bellevue, seat of the German President, ride along the river for a while and finally reach the new government area, including Reichstag building and chancellor residence. It´s a good place to explain the Berlin Wall history as well. From there it´s not far to the gallery and art neighborhood "Linienstraße / Auguststraße", full of bars and restaurants too. Our last stop before we go back to the meeting point is the fairy tale fountain dedicated to the Grimm Brothers. It was built in 1913. Many people don´t know that the Grimms did not write one fairy tale on their own. However, they did many impressive stuff besides collecting fairy tales: Publishing the very first German Dictionary is one example only. The ride is suitable for familes with kids: We provide kids / youth bikes and baby / kids seats free of any additional charge. Mostly we ride on bike lanes and through public parks, far away from car traffic. Berlin is a very bike friendly city.

Berlin: Old Town Highlights Private Walking Tour

8. Berlin: Old Town Highlights Private Walking Tour

Let us take you on a fascinating tour around Berlin Old Town! Private guide will accompany you through the whole sightseeing and will make sure you get the best of your experience. During this tour you will visit the historic parts of Berlin with the best highlights and some surprising gems. This tour includes several entrances as well. Just follow your local Expert Guide! In a 2-hours guided walking tour you will see the most remarkable places in Old Town. Start your tour on Gendarmenmarkt, as it’s the most beautiful historic square in Berlin with lots of history. There you will see the amazing architecture of the Concert Hall. Marvel at Neue Kirche as well as the French Cathedral. Your guide will share with you his huge knowledge about Berlin. Follow him to the Babelplatz. On the way, admire St. Hedwig’s Cathedral and reach the Berlin State Opera. Right across the river you will also see Castle Bridge, Museum Island. Discover more of Berlin and choose the 3-hours option. Follow the guide and see the impressive Reichstag Building.Explore the whole area around as there is a lot to see. At the end you will also see the most important sacral building for Berlin - Berlin Cathedral. Opt to the 4-hours option and enjoy an additional visit inside Berlin Cathedral. Already from outside it is an impressive masterpiece as you won’t miss its dome with a diameter of 33 meters! Then your guide will give you a thorough tour inside without missing out on the various nooks and crannies. You will see Main Altar, stunning Organs, decorative sarcophagi, cathedral museum and much more. The 6-hours version gives you an even wider perspective of Berlin. You will walk through the river and truly find out the history of East and West Berlin from the past. Explore Alexanderplatz, where your guide will tell you some exciting stories. There you will also see the World Time Clock. Nearby you will see St. Mary’s Church and the huge Television Tower. There will be also time to visit Holocaust Memorial. Walk through this area and listen about sad and moving history which should be known for all of us.

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What people are saying about Weltzeituhr

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4.7 / 5

based on 253 reviews

This was the second scavenger hunt for families that we have booked here. This time too, the booking and shipping went smoothly. The scavenger hunt is ideal for families with school-age children. The cards with the background information and the puzzles are lovingly designed and very informative. The puzzles encourage even the most grumpy people to take part. We were on the road for a while, but we took our time and didn't stress. In the end we added up a few kilometers 😉. This definitely wasn't our last scavenger hunt!

Very very interesting visit with a really fascinating and very friendly guide. Only small problem, the visit would have been sent more interesting if there had been only French speakers, which would have avoided having the guide repeat the same thing twice in 2 different languages. But the visit is digging recommendable.

Very good. You didn't walk around the city aimlessly. The directions were well explained and we received a lot of interesting information. I think without the scavenger hunt we would have missed a lot. I would order again and again :-) TOP

A nice activity to have a nice and relaxed walk through Berlin with children. Obtained interesting facts that were explained in a child-friendly way.

We liked it a lot. Perhaps you should offer a version for slightly older children/teenagers.