Berlin City Tours

Our city tours feature the best sights, the most famous landmarks and iconic attractions of Berlin
BERLIN EVENTS & TOURS offers you a wide range of fascinating sightseeing tours
Discover the extraordinary history and architecture of Berlin, explore the grand art and cultural scene of the German capital.



PRIVATE BERLIN TOURS on your own terms - Personalized services in Berlin with certified tour guides

Enjoy an upscale atmosphere in one of Europe's most exciting cities. No other city has changed its face so dramatically as Berlin. In the last few years, Berlin's development has been in the overdrive. We'll take you on a trip through space and time. For many people, Berlin is much more than a geographical place, it's a state of mind. We'll show you all of new Berlin without concealing Germany's chequered past and history.


BERLIN TOP 10: This is our most popular tour. Witness the 10 most important tourist attractions in Berlin.

BERLIN CLASSICS: The regular tour with all the landmark sights, such as the Brandenburg Gate, Gendarmenmarkt, the street Unter den Linden, the Holocaust Memorial, the Emperor-William-Memorial Church, Museum Island with Pergamon Museum, Germany's new Government District with Reichstag (the German parliament) and the New Chancellery, Humboldt University, the War Memorial (Neue Wache), Charlottenburg Palace, Potsdamer Platz.

HIGHLIGHTS OF BERLIN: If you have little time, this is the right tour that focuses on the distinctive Berlin mix of old and authentic monuments along with new and modern landmarks. Explore the highlights of Berlin with our certified tour guides who show you the best destinations and events.

SNAPSHOTS OF BERLIN: If you have no time, we’ll take you on a spin through Berlin to the must-see sights of the city.

SURPRISE TOUR - BERLIN’S MOST UNDERRATED SIGHTS: Most visitors usually flock to a handful of overcrowded high-profile Berlin attractions, but there are many historical and cultural hotspots beyond the tourist radar which have so much to offer.
For those who want to venture off the beaten track, this is your tour which features Berlin’s hidden gems and little-known destinations - many adventurous options to see and experience.

BERLINDIVIDUAL: This is our most flexible tour which lets you visit Berlin’s finest sights with ease. We'll help you to compose your own tour according to your interests and preferences.

BERLINSPIRATION: Our signature tour - culture, museums, galleries, art, photography, design, fashion, lifestyle, you name it.
Today, Berlin is a hotspot for creative people from all around the world who seek to achieve their dream of success in the dynamic city. Delve into the vibrant art and cultural scene of Berlin. We are aware that interests, needs and expectations of travelers vary immensely and influence their preferences, therefore, the principle of one-size-fits-all is not suitable for cultural and lifestyle tourism. We offer customized and inspiring tours, our guides are professional art historians, art critics, experts, writers and curators who take you to hidden cultural treasures beyond the tourist trail.
Our specialist-led art tours give you fascinating insights and exclusive access to Berlin's prime cultural sites.

BERLINCREDIBLE: THE UNIQUE BERLIN blend of classical and contemporary landmarks:

Brandenburg Gate, Pariser Platz and the site of the new U.S. Embassy,
Gendarmenmarkt: The French influence in Berlin, German Cathedral, French Cathedral, Concert House and Friedrichstrasse, the high-end shopping street with Galeries Lafayette and other brand names, Museum Island with Pergamon Museum, Old Museum, New Museum (see Nefertiti), Old National Gallery, Bode Museum, Germany’s new Government District with the Reichstag (the German parliament), the New Chancellery and Bellevue Palace.


• Stand over Hitler's bunker
• The downfall of Goebbels and his family
• Holocaust Memorial: The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
• Exhibition "Topography of Terror" - visit the remains of the SS and Gestapo Headquarters: the epicenter of evil where the Nazis planned the stalags (prisoner-of-war camps) and the holocaust, see the Nazi torture chambers
• Bebelplatz – scene of the Nazi book burning
• Göring's Ministry of the German Air Force
• Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp
• The Berlin Wall and former „deathstrip“
• Checkpoint Charlie: the former crossing point between West and East Berlin was the scene of a defining moment in postwar history, it is here where the Cold War came to a head with American and Soviet tanks facing each other in 1961. Until today, this standoff was the last direct confrontation between the two superpowers which never fought a full-scale war against each other but several proxy battles all over the world during the Cold War.

BERLIN TOP 10 - Our most popular tour. The 10 most important tourist attractions in Berlin

Berlin histórico


Historic Berlin

Berlim histórico

CLASSICAL PRUSSIAN BERLIN: The German state of Prussia has long passed into history. Nevertheless, it still arouses strong and conflicting emotions, until today it is a source of fascination and controversy. Sign up for a trip into the past:
• The rise and fall of Prussia
• Frederick the Great: the iconic exponent of Prussia's glory
• William II: the tragic Emperor who epitomizes Prussia's and Germany's downfall
• Architectural gems by K. F. Schinkel, Prussia's master builder.

See the breathtaking architectural masterworks by the Prussian kings and German emperors. Get to know the history of Frederick the Great, Prussia's most flamboyant king and Kaiser William II, Germany's highly gifted, but unfortunate emperor, who embodied the rise and fall of Prussia. We take you on an enthralling trip to discover historic Berlin that reveals some of the city's hidden delights and best-kept secrets, a tour that will even surprise the most seasoned traveler.
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New Berlin

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Berlin is one of those cities that have always captured the imagination of people from all over the world. In 2019, it was the third most visited city in Europe and there are no signs of an end to the ongoing tourism boom. Moreover, most international city rankings forecast that it will climb to No. 2 by the year 2020, right behind London. Today it is Germany's most dynamic urban region.

Explore the new spirit of Berlin on its way to a modern European metropolis, enjoy new shops, hotels, restaurants, cafés and the 21st century architectural marvels by the world's most renowned architects such as Frank O.Gehry, Sir Norman Foster, Santiago Calatrava, Jean Nouvel, I.M. Pei, Daniel Libeskind, Helmut Jahn, Renzo Piano, Rem Koolhaas, Christian de Portzamparc.

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Architectural Tour

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This tour highlights Berlin's architecture, from its pompous and representative buildings of German Emperor Wilhelm II to Potsdamer Platz as the hub of the city's new face. Get to know the latest works by famous architects such as Santiago Calatrava, Rafael Moneo, Eduardo Chillida, Frank O. Gehry, Sir Norman Foster, Jean Nouvel, I.M. Pei, Daniel Libeskind, Helmut Jahn, Renzo Piano, Rem Koolhaas, Christian Portzamparc etc. We show you everything, from the architectural masterpieces to the less fortunate constructions.

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Friedrichstrasse - the comeback of a legend


If you are looking for a real treat of architectural and urban elegance, Friedrichstrasse is the right place. This avenue is a catwalk of fancy and glamorous shops with all the major brands in the eastern centre of Berlin. A few years after the fall of the Berlin Wall and due to the inauguration of "Friedrichstadt Passagen", a luxurious commercial complex, Friedrichstrasse has once again become the most stylish street in this area of the city.

Named after King Frederick I of Prussia, this 3.3 km long boulevard boasts some of the city's most luxurious boutiques, several jewellers and the French department store "Galeries Lafayette".

Friedrichstrasse embodies sophistication and international style with its numerous flagship stores and emblematic addresses of world-famous designers, from classic, timeless and luxury brands to the glamour of new high-end fashion temples such as Gucci, Cartier, Escada, Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, Karl Lagerfeld, among others.

The central part of the street is defined by 3 major projects of contemporary architecture: Quartier 205, Quartier 206 and Quartier 207, called "Friedrichstadt Passagen".

Quartier 205 (Friedrichstrasse 66-70): German architect Oswald Matthias Ungers composed the largest of the three buildings of the "Friedrichstadt Passagen". Strictly geometric, the eight-storey construction is divided into six blocks that rise above the arcades, restaurants and shops. Quartier 205 is connected to Quartier 206 by a tunnel.

Quartier 206 (Friedrichstrasse 71-74): American architects I.M. Pei and Cobb & Freed and Partners designed a fascinating building inspired by the expressionist works of the pre-war period of the last century. One of the highlights of Berlin's new architecture is located inside the building: the atrium, the staircase and the polychrome floor are new and contemporary versions of "art deco". The lower floors are home to luxury shops, while the upper floors provide space for offices and private apartments.

Quartier 207 (Friedrichstrasse 75): "Galeries Lafayette", the legendary French department store is also represented in Berlin. Designed by French architect Jean Nouvel and built in 1996, the spectacular and superb edifice refers to the Berlin style of the 1920s and integrates contemporary nuances. This beautiful complex clearly stands out as an architectural landmark of international significance. The interior is illuminated by two cone-shaped skylights, this sculpture of light creates a charming and welcoming atmosphere.

Gendarmenmarkt - Berlin's most beautiful square

Berlim Gendarmenmarkt

Art, Architecture and Music
The rectangular shape of "Gendarmenmarkt" shows the influence of neoclassical architecture in Berlin, the square is regarded by some as the most spectacular architectural ensemble in the city and by others as the most beautiful in Germany. Gendarmenmarkt features two cathedrals with a similar architectural profile: the German Cathedral and the French Cathedral which only differ by a few decorative details. Between the two churches, situated in the middle of the square, is the Concert House "Konzerthaus", designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel (1781-1841), one of Prussia's most prominent architects. The statue in front of the Konzerthaus honours German poet Friedrich Schiller (1759–1805), who is known for writing the lyrics of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, the "Ode to Joy", which has become the official anthem of the European Union. Gendarmenmarkt is an architectural treasure of art and beauty.

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Brandenburg Gate

Portão de Brandenburgo

The Brandenburg Gate ("Brandenburger Tor" in German)
The Brandenburg Gate, built by Carl G. Langhans in 1791, is Germany's national symbol and the most famous landmark of Berlin. The statue at the top of the gate, a chariot drawn by four horses, is called "Quadriga" and was created by Prussian sculptor Johann Gottfried Schadow in 1793. The sandstone construction, which is 20 meters high, 65 meters wide, and 11 meters deep, is located at the western side of Pariser Platz, at the end of the avenue "Unter den Linden", Berlin's most famous boulevard.
The gate has been the backdrop for many historic events. Napoleon was the first to use the gate for a victory parade. In 1806, he defeated Prussia and celebrated his occupation of Berlin with a triumphal procession at the Brandenburg Gate. He also took the quadriga to Paris where it remained until Prussian troops occupied Paris in 1814 and brought the statue back to Berlin.
On January 30, 1933, the day of Adolf Hitler's ascent to power in Germany, thousands of SS members and combatants of other paramilitary Nazi organisations marched in a torchlight rally through the gate.
On June 12, 1987, on the western side of the gate, US President Ronald Reagan delivered his speech with the famous call on the then Russian leader: "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!"


Berlim Charlottenburg

The construction of Charlottenburg Palace (Schloss Charlottenburg, in German) was commissioned by Princess Charlotte, wife of Frederick III, then Elector of Brandenburg, and built between 1695 and 1699 by architect Johann Arnold Nering. After the coronation of Frederick III as Frederick I, now the first King of Prussia, Schloss Charlottenburg was renovated and extended by Johann Friedrich Eosander, turning it into an imposing palace of Prussian style and the official summer residence of the royal family.
Charlottenburg Palace was badly damaged in World War II and the reconstruction in 1950 was one of the most challenging projects in postwar West Berlin.

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Reichstag (the German Parliament)

Reichstag (a sede do parlamento alemão)

The Reichstag in Berlin is the most visited parliament building in the world. It owes its Guinness World Record title to the glass dome which offers a breathtaking panoramic view of Berlin.
Reichstag is the lower house of Germany's national legislature. Inaugurated in 1894, the building suffered severe damage in World War II and was reconstructed in the 1960s, however, without its dome. British architect Lord Norman Foster designed the new steel-and-glass dome which surrounds a ramp with a spiral observation deck.
A visit to the German Parliament (known colloquially as "Reichstag", but the official name is "Deutscher Bundestag") is an almost mandatory commitment to millions of national and international visitors who come to Berlin each year. It is the heart of the German democracy and the grandiose main entrance portal features the political motto "Dem Deutschen Volke" – "to the German people". The German Parliament is an open house for all people and admission is free, however, registration is required.

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East Side Gallery
(the longest remaining section of the Berlin Wall and the world's largest open-air art gallery)

East-Side-Gallery (a seção 
            mais comprida do Muro)

This eastern part of the Berlin Wall is located on the banks of the Spree River and is 1.3 kilometers long. It is covered in graffiti that were painted in 1990 by 118 international artists, making it the longest outdoor painting gallery in the world.

The fall of the Berlin Wall was one of the most important political events of the 20th century because the Wall was the strongest symbol of the division of the city of Berlin, Germany, the European continent and the Western and Eastern world.

Today, EAST SIDE GALLERY has become an idiosyncratic emblem of the collapse of the bipolar world during the Cold War.

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Checkpoint Charlie and BERLIN WALL MUSEUM

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Checkpoint Charlie - Ground Zero of the Cold War

Checkpoint Charlie was the most famous crossing point between East and West Berlin during the time of Germany's division. Named after the third letter of the NATO phonetic alphabet (Alfa, Bravo, Charlie, Delta etc), and reserved for military personnel, diplomats and foreigners, Checkpoint Charlie was one of eight crossing points of the divided city. However, in 1961, this site was the scene of a defining moment in postwar world history when American and Russian tanks faced each other there- the planet was on the brink of the Third World War.

In June 1961, former Soviet prime minister Nikita Khrushchev, who was at the same time the political leader of the communist world, said that Berlin was "the most dangerous place in the world" and Checkpoint Charlie was the epicenter of danger.

The Cold War was a period of geopolitical, economic and military rivalry between the Soviet Union and the United States, this time was marked by strong political tensions between the two superpowers that progressively increased and culminated in the most serious postwar political crisis: on October 27, 1961, U.S. and Soviet troops and tanks came face to face to each other, only two meters away.

A single tiny error, a soldier losing control, a nervous commander, an incompetent politician or any unforeseen event could have triggered a nuclear war and a political disaster that would have threatened the survival of the entire world.

Until today, this encounter was the only direct military confrontation between the Americans and the Russians, all other belligerent conflicts were proxy wars fought between the respective allies of the United States and the Soviet Union in the Eastern and Western Bloc.

Today, Checkpoint Charlie is a charismatic symbol of the Cold War.

The Wall Museum
Discover the history of the Cold War and the Berlin Wall and how people tried to escape from the East to the West. The museum has many exhibits, artifacts and displays of how people fled from former communist Germany: see photos with captions in English and German, footage, videos, self-built small airplanes, loudspeakers prepared to hide a woman, a car showing how to escape in a fake fuel tank, a homemade hot air balloon used by two families for a successful flight.

Don't be misled by the outward appearance of the building and the small entrance: the museum is much larger than it looks from outside. It is built in 3 levels with ground floor, first and second floor. People with disabilities will have difficulty getting to the upper level because there is no elevator. Although the exhibition needs better curation, it is still a valuable source of historical postwar information.

Haus am Checkpoint Charlie, Friedrichstrasse 43-45, 10969 Berlin, Tel: +49 30 253 7250, e-mail:
Daily 9:00 - 22:00.
Ticket prices: adults: €14,50, students: €9,50, group tickets: €9,50, reduced tickets: €7,50, audioguide: €5, photo permit: €5. With the Berlin Welcome Card admission fee is around €12.

Berlin Catedral (Berliner Dom)

Catedral de Berlim (Berliner Dom)

Originally built by architect Julius Raschdorff for Emperor Wilhelm II in 1905 and located on the northern side of Museum Island, the Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom, in German) is the largest Protestant church in Northern Germany.

Potsdamer Platz (Berlin's new center)

Potsdamer Platz (o bairro mais 
            moderno do novo centro)

The rise, fall and renaissance of a legendary square
Before World War II, Potsdamer Platz was the busiest traffic hub in Europe and, at the same time, the city's entertainment district with dance halls, cabarets, cinemas, theaters, casinos, night clubs, bars, restaurants and hotels. This was Berlin's favourite spot for shopping, dining and entertaining. Much to the disgust of the Nazis, American jazz musicians and burlesque dancers like Josephine Baker, one of the most famous celebrities to personify the Golden Twenties, performed regularly in one of the numerous venues, these were shows with a display of extravaganza, glitz and glamour hitherto unknown to Germans in the Weimar Republic.

The square was completely destroyed in World War II and left as an urban desert and waste land between East and West Berlin during the years of division, however, after the fall of the Berlin Wall, it had become a magnet for international investors and was subsequently rebuilt from scratch. Today, it is the new center of the city and one of Berlin's most popular destinations.

Berlin's reunification-induced and record-breaking construction boom is still in full swing with many large-scale projects underway, including the reconstruction of the Berlin City Palace and Leipziger Platz, the square next to Potsdamer Platz where "Mall of Berlin" opened, one of Germany's largest shopping malls with more than 300 stores turning this area into the commercial hub of the shopping-loving city of Berlin. There is no evidence of an end to this boom in sight, on the contrary, tourism is still growing and many new shops and hotels are to come in the next few years. "Mall of Berlin" plans an expansion of its sales area to house more than 500 stores in the near future.

Museum Island (Museumsinsel)

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Museum Island - the cultural memory of mankind
Museum Island (Museumsinsel, in German) is a set of five museums located in the eastern center of the city, next to the Berlin Cathedral. It is Berlin's largest museum compound and listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The collections of the museums contain and exhibit objects, sculptures, paintings, drawings and archaeological treasures that display art and architecture over a period of six thousand years. These are the five museums on Museum Island:
The Old Museum
The New Museum
The Old National Gallery
The Pergamon Museum
Bode Museum

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Berlin, the sports city

Estádio Olímpico

The "Olympic Stadium", which was built for the Olympic Games in 1936, has a capacity of around 75,000 spectators, it is the largest and most important stadium of Berlin. The city also has numerous other football fields, stadiums, indoor sports halls, such as the arenas "Max Schmeling Halle", "Velodrom" and the "Mercedes-Benz Arena" near the Ostbahnhof station. This is a multipurpose arena with a capacity for 17,000 people and acclaimed for its excellent acoustics, so, in addition to sporting events, it is a great venue for concerts and cultural events.

Kurfürstendamm: the Ku'damm boulevard


Kurfürstendamm, or Ku'damm, as Berliners call it, is the main commercial artery and the finest boulevard of the western city center. Three kilometers long and more than fifty meters wide, it stretches from Halensee to the Emperor William Memorial Church. Ku'damm is known for its countless restaurants, cafés, high-end shops and prime retail stores, it is the ultimate destination for the discerning premium shopper, especially the upper side of Ku'damm is virtually synonymous with glittering chic and exudes a cosmopolitan vibe, it is home to urban elegance and luxury with its numerous flagship stores, the who's who of international upmarket brands, including Prada, Bulgari, Gucci, Rolex, Burberry, Chanel, Cartier, Valentino, Louis Vuitton, Versace and many others.

The German Federal Chancellery (Bundeskanzleramt)

Chancelaria Federal (Bundeskanzleramt)

The German Federal Chancellery (Bundeskanzleramt, in German)
The nine-storey building, designed by architects Axel Schultes und Charlotte Frank and opened in 1999, is located in the Tiergarten borough and faces the Reichstag, the German Parliament, and the buildings of the government district in the front and the Central Station in the back.
Address: Willy-Brandt-Strasse 1, 10557 Berlin

Concert hall Berliner Philharmonie (Philharmonie)

Filarmônica (Philharmonie)

The Berliner Philharmonie, drawn up by architect Hans Scharoun and inaugurated in 1963, is not only one of the architectural masterpieces of postwar Berlin, but also home to the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra which owes its worldwide fame mainly to Herbert-von-Karajan (1908 - 1989), the orchestra's principal conductor until his death. The distinctive building with its asymmetric shape, the yellow gold façade and tent-like roof is located at the "Cultural Forum" (Kulturforum, in German) near Potsdamer Platz , the city's new center.
Address: Herbert-von-Karajan-Str. 1, 10785 Berlin

Night life around "Die Hackeschen Höfe"

Vida noturna nas redondezas dos “Hackesche Höfe“

Night life

Where the beat hits the street and the groove meets the move. For those who thrive on little sleep and lots of hard beats: The 24-hour clubs, bars and lounges in Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg, Friedrichshain are waiting for you. If you want to go on a pub crawl or immerse into Berlin's night life, Die Hackeschen Höfe is the place to start with, it is teeming with trendy restaurants, artsy cafes, gourmet eateries. New boutiques with the latest in oozing hipster chic started opening in this once abandoned and run-down neighbourhood which now has an open and lofty feel.

Jewish Berlin

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The Jewish culture has played and continues to play a significant role in Berlin, where aspects of the past and present are intertwined with memories in many parts of the city, including monuments, institutions and buildings such as the New Synagogue, the Jewish Museum and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe also referred to as the Holocaust Memorial.

New Synagogue (Neue Synagoge)

Nova Sinagoga (Neue Synagoge)

It is an important symbol of Jewish religious and cultural life in Berlin. Built in 1857 in Moorish-Byzantine style, the synagogue was partly burned down on 9 November 1938, the "Crystal Night", also called Night of Broken Glass, when the Nazis persecuted, attacked and killed Jews, shattered windows, ransacked and looted Jewish shops. During the last days of World War II, the building was bombed and suffered serious damage. Its reconstruction was carried out in the 1980s and 1990s. At the moment, this architectural highlight also houses the "Centrum Judaicum", a Jewish cultural center and museum with many outstanding exhibits. The golden dome, which can be seen from various parts of the city, has become a landmark symbol of the borough of Berlin Mitte.

Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

Memorial às vítimas do Holocausto

Opened in May 2005, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe is a project designed by American architect Peter Eisenman. 2,711 concrete blocks of distinct heights are distributed in rows within the 19,073 m² space between the Brandenburg Gate and Potsdamer Platz, very close to the area of the Third Reich Chancellery and the bunker where Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun committed suicide. At basement level, the site now houses an "information center" which shows the persecution of the Jews by the Nazi regime with many documents, fotos and videos of the victims of the Holocaust.

The Berlin television tower - Der Berliner Fernsehturm

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Berlin 360 ° - Wining and dining at the city's highest point
Nowhere else in Berlin can you get such a magnificent view over the German capital as from the TV Tower, Germany's tallest building (368 m, 1207ft). The super-fast elevator takes you in 40 seconds to the observation deck at a height of 203m (666ft). Information panels at every window explain the architectural highlights of Berlin. At the same level, the "Bar 203" offers coffee, cocktails, drinks, pastries, sandwiches and pies. Up from the bar/café is the revolving restaurant "Sphere" at 207m (679ft) which does a full rotation in about 45 minutes.
Berlin TV Tower: Panoramastrasse 1a, 10178 Berlin, tel +49 30 24 75 75 875,
March - October: daily 09 – 24h, November - February: daily 10 – 24h, admission fee: € 13.50, reduced € 8.50, VIP ticket (no waiting time) € 23, reduced € 15

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