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Berlin: Kreuzberg Food Tour

1. Berlin: Kreuzberg Food Tour

Take a culinary tour through Kreuzberg, one of the trendiest districts in Berlin, full of culinary delights with a generous side of history. Enjoy the best currywurst in the city with a shot of herbal schnapps unique to Berlin. Learn all about the development of the district, its military past, and the origin of Sarotti chocolate from your experienced tour guide. Taste mustard from a local Berlin manufacturer or take part in a craft beer tasting while exploring typical Kreuzberg backyards — beautiful courtyard areas created for rich officers, and commercial courtyards such as the Sarotti-Höfe. Climb up the Kreuzberg hill and enjoy a spectacular view of a small waterfall and the district from the national monument. Walk past a real wine-growing area in Kreuzberg and the former home of the first functioning computer in the world, and enjoy a wine tasting or an espresso. Experience the lively Bergmannstraße, full of multicultural hustle and bustle. In the Chamissokiez, hear the story of a kidnapping hideout before heading towards the Marheineke Markthalle, where you can learn more about the history of the market hall and see many historical photos. You will also experience a sausage and cheese tasting here. Later, enjoy a chocolate candy of your choice, made in Berlin, followed by a tasting of a delicious Arbian food speciality before concluding the tour.

Berlin: Scavenger Hunt through Kreuzberg in German

2. Berlin: Scavenger Hunt through Kreuzberg in German

Explore Berlin on your own - using game cards that lead you to various places around Kreuzberg. Enjoy a diverse tour that you can shape according to your needs. Solve small puzzles and enjoy nice stories. Choose where you want to linger and enjoy an interesting tour in a playful way. Start at Passionskirche at Marheinekeplatz and continue to Bergmannstraße. Hustle and bustle, international cuisine and more exotic delights are waiting for you. Close to Bergmannstraße, just behind Mehringdamm, the popular Viktoriapark beckons. There you will also find the Kreuzberg, after which the well-known district was named. In 1821, the national monument (Nationaldenkmal), crowned by the Prussian "Iron Cross", by Schinkel was inaugurated on the former Tempelhof mountain (Tempelhofer Berg). From there, you can enjoy a wonderful view over the entire city. Afterwards, continue to the Tempodrom with its extraordinary and spectacular architecture. On your way, you'll pass by the Jewish Museum and Prinzessinnengarten - a great project in the middle of Kreuzberg. How the game works: The box contains 16 sealed and numbered envelopes. In these, you find small tasks that need to be solved. Clear and unambiguous directions guide you on your way through the city. Solve the puzzles and let yourself be guided to the next sight in Berlin. Detailed background information on the history, current use, and much more are provided for each sight. You decide, when you want to start your scavenger hunt through Berlin and also how long you linger at the sights. Enjoy an enigmatic and extraordinary tour.

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What people are saying about Bergmannstraße, Berlin

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 369 reviews

Very flexible and entertaining, great information about the city!

We did the scavenger hunt for 7th as part of a team event and were all absolutely thrilled! Unfortunately we didn't finish the game completely, but you can continue it at any time - and plan your breaks very flexibly. Even born Berliners still learn a lot about their city! It might be helpful to give away the end point (roughly) so that you know whether you should take the bike with you or leave it there and then return there at the end. I will definitely explore other parts of the city by scavenger hunt!

so far everything is great

a great game, great directions and interesting information about the individual points of view. You learn a lot about the district and the surrounding area !! However, the time specifications are not to be observed! You should plan a lot more time just so you don't have to rush through Kreuzberg!

a worthwhile tour

Very great tour with lots of insights into the city and great information Swen Götz knows a lot and doesn't just talk about everyday things. It was fun, interesting and you got a little bit of a feeling for the big city. A visit to the market hall is great, you can linger there for a long time.

Also perfect for Berliners for the weekend!

I got the scavenger hunt for friends who visited me in Berlin. The game takes you to unknown corners and you learn a lot about what you didn't know about Kreuzberg. On the tour you can take breaks very flexibly - we spent a wonderful summer day! Highly Recommended.

super informative, exciting, interesting, well worked out, but unfortunately the 15 km were very long, that wasn't in the advertisement