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Berlin: Entry Ticket to the Studio of Wonders

1. Berlin: Entry Ticket to the Studio of Wonders

Embark on an adventure and enjoy one of the most exciting art-concepts of recent years that has opened in the center of Berlin. Discover the studio with over 30 interactive installations built for taking amazing pictures and videos. Have a marvelous time while creating your own wonders and will become part of the exhibits.  Explore more than 700 m2 that the studio offers and enjoy plenty of room to re-explore your inner child and dwell in stunning moments.  Nothing is as it might seem at first sight: its creators use optical illusions, infinity effects, and different perspectives to address all your senses. Plants are brought to life in the Wonder-Forest while lighting effects and a combination of scents and soft sounds draw the visitor deeper into the exhibit until they are completely immersed and everyday life is a distant memory.

Berlin: Hidden Backyards Small-Group Walking Tour

2. Berlin: Hidden Backyards Small-Group Walking Tour

Discover Berlin's hidden back alleys on this walking tour. Enjoy a guided visit some of the most iconic spots which showcase the typical urban Berlin atmosphere. See how people live, work, create and have fun in these small spaces. Stroll through the Scheunenviertel in Berlin-Mitte. Learn about the history of the development of this quarter, and its transformation into the center of Jewish life around the New Synagogue. Find out how it became the trendy, colorful and international area that it is today. Make your way to sights like the Schwarzenberg house, the Rose Courts, Sophie-Gips-Höfe, and the Heckmann courtyards. Follow the traces of Jewish life in Berlin towards Oranienburger Strasse.

Berlin: 3-Hour Street Art Tour

3. Berlin: 3-Hour Street Art Tour

The Americans may have given the world street art, but it was perfected in Berlin. People started painting in the 1960's on the side of The Berlin Wall, and through Berlin’s hedonistic heyday in the 1990s, when artists the world over came to the capital to leave their mark. The team of street art experts keep on top of what’s new, who’s who, and where to see the freshest and finest works Berlin has to offer, which means this tour is the best way for you to find the hidden corners. Join the tour and see the weird and wonderful side of Berlin, making sure your trip to Berlin has an extra special twist. 

Berlin Street Art: 3-Hour Off The Grid Tour

4. Berlin Street Art: 3-Hour Off The Grid Tour

Street art and graffiti can be found everywhere in Berlin, but on this 3-hour tour you’ll take in the really sweet spots. See the areas visited by the best artists, and where they paint and admire the work of their peers. Some of the places are off the radar of casual observers and tourist groups. See an amazing range of art. Experience the meaning, the cultures, the passion and the driving force that keeps the art on the city’s walls. Enjoy a colorful experience, taking in a large volume of work in some lesser-known corners of Berlin. Learn that urban art is more just writing on the wall!

Berlin: Listening Station Teufelsberg Tour with Transfer

5. Berlin: Listening Station Teufelsberg Tour with Transfer

Discover the history of Berlin and visit the 120-meter-high Teufelsberg. Learn more about the former listening post and stroll through Europe's largest street art gallery. The tour starts at the S-Bahn station Heerstraße (Charlottenburg). Travel by Mercedes V-Class to the Teufelsberg Listening Station in Berlin. During the tour of the area, learn more about the beginnings in 1937 and the development of the former listening station after the Second World War. Today, the field station on Teufelsberg with its US listening station is one of the so-called "Lost Places" in Berlin. After you take some time to explore, head back to the starting point.

Alternative Berlin by Bike: Kreuzberg & Friedrichshain

6. Alternative Berlin by Bike: Kreuzberg & Friedrichshain

A guided bicycle tour is the best way to discover Berlin. Cycling is not only an easy way to get around the city but also brings you close to the action. Even visitors who already know Berlin well are amazed at the new perspectives they see on this tour. This tour usually runs on bike paths and safe, quiet roads. Start at the Kulturbrauerei in Prenzlauer Berg and cycle toward Volkspark Friedrichshain and Karl-Marx-Allee. In Friedrichshain, bike around Boxhagener Platz and the RAW Tempel. This area is home to great nightlife, but there's still plenty to see during the day. Continue along the East Side Gallery and over the Oberbaumbrücke to Kreuzberg. Discover back courtyards, explore beautiful parks, and ride along the banks of the River Spree. See Görlitzer Park, and experience the alternative way of life in the colorful SO36 district of Kreuzberg. You’ll not only learn many interesting facts but hear various anecdotes about the city and insider tips.

Alternative Berlin Experience

7. Alternative Berlin Experience

Take a 4-hour walking tour and discover Berlin's dynamic culture and lifestyle, and see why it fascinates so many visitors year after year. Creative, tolerant, multi-cultural, and liberal; no other city balances tradition and trends, density and open space, underground and cosmopolitan areas, quite like UNESCO's first "City of Design." On this premier alternative tour you will step off the tourist trail and explore the entire cultural landscape from a local perspective. From alternative underground, to urban and cosmopolitan, your guide will compare the many flavors, colors, and vibes of the East and West Berlin neighborhoods. Stroll through landmarks of the city's subcultural and countercultural history, and see some of the world's most breathtaking street art and graffiti up close. Stop at the Turkish neighborhoods in Kreuzberg, and visit Berlin's African and former Jewish communities. Take a peek at the city's colorful gay community, with a stop at one of Berlin's extravagant neighborhoods. Then, find out more about Berlin's hiphop and reggae scene at a delightful African beach bar and market. Listen to some amazing stories of the many different cultural movements that have taken hold in this unique city over the years, and discover the true identity of the city as you explore and experience the real Berlin.

Berlin: Kreuzberg evening tour – Criminal and cuddly

8. Berlin: Kreuzberg evening tour – Criminal and cuddly

Begin at the Kotti, which is a central place in Kreuzberg. In a short introduction, your guide will give you an overview of Kreuzberg’s history, life, and culture.  Kreuzberg was founded as a typical working-class neighborhood in the middle of the 19th century. People lived in huge building complexes, some in the fifth or sixth backyard. Discover these places at Oranienstraße and try to imagine life back in the days when it was almost impossible to breathe fresh air and when many people could not rent a whole flat or a room but instead slept on just a mattress. Most people in the working class had a radical left-wing view. So Kreuzberg turned into a critical neighborhood with constant demonstrations. Your guide will tell you about The Mother of all Street Fights. Visit SO36, a legendary music club, where anarchistic punk and new wave bands entertained audiences in the 1970’s and 1980’s and provoked the government and police. Discover Görli Park, the Central Park of Kreuzberg. Get to know Berlin’s Jack the Ripper. After two hours, see Kreuzberg from a different point of view. Say your goodbyes, then start your next adventure in Kreuzberg's famous nightlife, or if you prefer, to relax after this exploratory city tour.

Berlin: Graffiti Workshop at the Berlin Wall

9. Berlin: Graffiti Workshop at the Berlin Wall

Join a graffiti workshop to understand graffiti culture and learn how to create graffiti art with spray paints. Your instructor will provide interesting insight and helpful guidance as you leave your mark on the Berlin Wall. Meet at Mauerpark, where a part of the original Berlin Wall is located, and join your instructor and other participants. Your workshop begins with a fascinating discussion about graffiti culture. Ask your instructor questions and get answers you wouldn't find elsewhere. Afterward, decide with the instructor what you'll paint on the wall. Whether it's a sentence, expression, or slogan, your instructor will trace your choice and then explain how to use spray paints, step by step, to create your graffiti. The entire group will paint together. While you paint, a professional photographer will also take pictures of you during the activity and send you a selection of edited pictures. Once the painting is finished, pose for a group picture in front of your graffiti on the original Berlin Wall.

Berlin: Private Street Art Tour in Kreuzberg

10. Berlin: Private Street Art Tour in Kreuzberg

Get authentic and personal insights into Berlin's urban life and flourishing street art scene on a 2-hour walking tour with a friendly guide. Journey through the Kreuzberg neighborhood to discover one of the city's most vibrant districts. See huge murals by international street artists as you stroll inspiring streets lined with cafés, bars and restaurants. Hear about Kreuzberg's history and how it was once home to squatters and the Turkish community, and why it is now a hotspot on Berlin's nightlife circuit. Get a personal view of this cutting-edge district with guides who are - or have been - part of the graffiti and street art scene and will share their first-hand information about the art you will see.

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Friendly and informative guide who kept the group entertained with historical and current day info and also set a nice tone that encouraged mingling OR NOT with others. Each of us could do as we pleased and the pace was perfect.

Annika gave a great and was incredibly engaging and offered interesting information throughout. Kept us all very engaged even in the middle of winter!

Rob was a brilliant and engaging guide. He had a wicked sense of humour and was very knowledgeable and passionate about art. Would highly recommend!

The guide was really passionate and kind and told us a lot of things that you don’t read on books. Recommended!

It was a very good experience and a super fun museum I recommend it because there are lots of things to see