Berlin in a Day Tour
Only in Berlin for one day and you want to see as much as you can? Let us take you on our 6-hour Berlin in a Day walking tour through the history-rich Berlin. Our guides will take you on a journey through Berlin’s early beginnings, the Holy Roman Empire, Prussia, the formation of Germany as one unified nation, the roaring 20′s, the rise of the Third Reich, through the years of division and reunification of the city.
We are running this tour on select days. Click here to reserve.
We like you to explore how Berlin reinvents itself every day, how it attracts people from all over the world, and how Berlin is simply different – it’s fun, creative and conventional, and it’s filled with lots of history, art, and architecture.
This tour combines aspects of many of our shorter tours that focus on one theme or one neighborhood. This tour is a great option for those short on time or for those you want to get a full general overview of Berlin, see what might interest them to explore further on their own.
It’s also a great way to learn to master the very confusion Berlin networks of U-Bahn, S-Bahn, trams, and buses. You will learn about the history and significance of the mighty mass transit system.
*This tour makes use of Berlin’s public transportation several times during the tour. Be sure to have an AB day pass (AB Tageskarte) or at least 3 rides.
The sights listed on the right side are covered on the 1st half and the sights listed on the right are covered on the second half of the tour.
- Friedrichstrasse Station and Palace of Tears
- The Berlin Wall Memorial
- Nordbahnhof (Ghost Station)
- The TV Tower
- Hackescher Markt
- Oranienburger Strasse
- Neue Synagogue
- Old Jewish Quarter
- Hackesche Höfe
Reservations: REQUIRED. Click here to reserve.
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Duration: Approximately 6 hours. There will be a 45-minute break for lunch as well as a short refreshment break in the afternoon. Total distance is approximately 5 miles (8 km).
When: View our Full Calendar.
Cost: This tour is free to take, and you get to decide what, if anything, the tour was worth when it’s done. A name-your-own-price tour is a tour for anyone’s budget.
Save even more money with a Berlin tourist discount card.