Taste the city
Get to know Berlin through the products and dishes which have shaped its history. Find out what's local, what's German and what the various waves of immigrants contributed to the multicultural Berlin cuisine. Visit farmer’s markets, creative food stalls and traditional specialty shops, while sampling local dishes and seasonal specialties.
Architecture & Public Art
Since its reunification in 1990, Berlin has become a gigantic playground for contemporary architects from all over the world, as well as supplying multiple venues for public art. On this tour you'll see how they built on Berlin's rich classical and modernist legacy. Sites include Potsdamer Platz, Kulturforum, government quarter and more.
Berliners say that if you stay still long enough, someone will spray-paint your face. Graffiti and street art have become synonymous with counterculture in this vibrant city. See the most famous and impressive examples of street murals in the city and explore the challenges and conflicts of this ever-changing form of public expression.
The Weimar Era
In the 1920s and early 30s, Berlin was Europe’s sin city, a center of counterculture, cabaret and casual sex. On this tour, we will explore this avant-garde utopia, immortalized in classics such as Isherwood's Farewell to Berlin (the source material for the musical Cabaret). Sites include the Ku’damm, the 'gay village' of Nollendorf Platz and more.
Berlin is one of the greenest cities in Germany, with almost half its land area consisting of ‘green lungs’ – parks, gardens, forests and more. This tour is devoted to these open spaces and to the important historical events relating to them. Sites include Tiergarten, the former Tempelhof airport and the Soviet memorial in Treptower Park.
Sunday Flea Markets
Nothing is more Berlinish than strolling through one of the city's colorful flea markets on a Sunday morning or afternoon. On this tour, I will guide you through some of Berlin's most celebrated markets, as well as the intriguing neighborhoods around them.