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Tailor-made programs to follow your interests are unique and practical for individuals and private groups. 


Book your flight and hotel for the others in Berlin, and we will take care of almost everything from A to Z. Your transfer, tours, tour guide, tour management and transport, Tickets, and other Tour Services combined. Following your unique interests, we have the most comfortable, efficient, informative, and flexible program.
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3-day itinerary for exploring Berlin by bike:

Day 1:

  • Start the day with a visit to the Reichstag building, the seat of the German parliament. Bike to the top of the building's glass dome for a stunning view of the city.

  • Next, head to the Brandenburg Gate and ride through the Tiergarten, a large park in the city's heart. Stop at the park's many lakes and gardens for a picnic lunch.

  • In the afternoon, bike to the East Side Gallery, the most significant remaining section of the Berlin Wall. Admire the murals and artwork along the wall before heading to the nearby Kreuzberg neighbourhood for dinner and drinks.

Day 2:

  • Start the day by visiting Museum Island, a cluster of five world-renowned museums that house a vast collection of art and artefacts. Bike between the museums and take your time exploring each one.

  • After lunch, head to the Charlottenburg Palace, a stunning baroque palace that dates back to the 17th century. Take a guided tour of the palace's opulent interiors and stroll through the palace gardens.

  • End the day with a ride to the Berlin Wall Memorial, which is dedicated to the victims of the wall and the division of Germany. Here you can see a preserved section of the wall and visit the Chapel of Reconciliation, which was built on the site of a former church that was destroyed during the construction of the wall.

Day 3:

  • Start the day with a ride through the Grunewald Forest, a large forested area in western Berlin. Explore the trails and enjoy the natural beauty of the forest.

  • Next, bike to the Tempelhofer Feld, a former airport converted into a large public park. Take a ride along the old runways and enjoy the open space.

  • In the afternoon, head to the Prenzlauer Berg neighbourhood, known for its charming cafes, boutique shops, and historic architecture. Take a leisurely ride through the streets and stop for a coffee or a sweet treat.

  • End the day with a ride to the Klunkerkranich rooftop bar, which offers stunning views of the city and a laid-back, casual atmosphere.

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1800 Berlin Tour

itinerary for a three-day tour of Berlin that focuses on some of the most famous people who lived in Berlin Mitte in the 1800s.

Day 1:

  • Start your day at the Humboldt Forum, which is located in the reconstructed Berlin Palace. The palace was originally built in the 15th century and served as the residence of the kings of Prussia. In the 1800s, it was home to the famous scientist and explorer Alexander von Humboldt, who was one of the most influential figures of his time. The Humboldt Forum houses a range of cultural institutions and exhibitions that explore the history and culture of the region.

  • From there, head to the New National Gallery, which has a collection of 20th-century art that includes works by some of the most famous artists of the 1800s. The collection includes works by artists like Caspar David Friedrich, whose moody landscapes captured the Romantic spirit of the time.

  • End your day with a visit to the Bebelplatz, which is home to the State Opera House. The opera house was a hub of cultural life in the 1800s and hosted performances by some of the most famous musicians and composers of the time.

Day 2:

  • Start your day at the Schinkel Pavilion, which is located in the park of Charlottenburg Palace. The pavilion was designed by the famous architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel, who was one of the most influential architects of the 19th century. The pavilion houses a collection of Schinkel's drawings and designs, as well as exhibitions that explore his impact on the world of architecture.

  • From there, head to the Alte Nationalgalerie, which has a collection of 19th-century art that includes works by some of the most famous artists of the time. The collection includes works by artists like Adolph Menzel, whose detailed drawings and paintings capture the energy and optimism of the era.

  • End your day with a visit to the Friedrichstraße, which was one of the most important streets in Berlin in the 1800s. The street was home to some of the city's most famous cultural institutions, including the Royal Theater and the Winter Garden.

Day 3:

  • Start your day at the Kulturforum, which is a complex of cultural institutions that includes the Berlin Philharmonic and the Gemäldegalerie. The Gemäldegalerie has a collection of European paintings from the 13th to the 18th centuries, including works by some of the most famous artists of the 1800s. The collection includes works by artists like Vincent van Gogh, who was heavily influenced by the art and culture of the era.

  • From there, head to the Nikolassee neighborhood, which was a popular retreat for artists and intellectuals in the 1800s. The neighborhood was home to the famous poet and philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, who wrote many of his most famous works here.

  • End your tour with a visit to the Gendarmenmarkt, which is one of Berlin's most beautiful public squares. The square is home to the French Cathedral, the German Cathedral, and the Konzerthaus, which was one of the most important concert halls in the 1800s. The square was a hub of cultural and intellectual life in the era, and remains a must-see destination for visitors to Berlin today.

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