Private Sightseeing tour BerlinPrivate Sightseeing Tour. If you don't want to be a part of the tour buses and all noisy tourists,
you are welcome a board. We will drive you around and show you most famous Berlin attractions.
The driver/guide will meet you in the lobby of your hotel and serve you as longer you need.
1. Berlin Wall Memorial
The Berlin Wall Memorial is the central memorial site of German division, located in
the middle of the capital. Situated at the historic site on Bernauer Strasse, it will eventually
extend along 1.4 kilometers of the former border strip.
During the Cold War this twin-towered 19th century bridge was used a border crossing
between West and East Berlin. The bridge and its picturesque towers were restored to their
pre-war glory in the 1990s.
3.East Side Galery
Most of the Berlin wall has been demolished since the border between East and West Berlin
opened in 1989. The more than 1km long East Side Gallery is the most important part still standing.
The Karl-Marx-Allee is a wide boulevard originally known as the Stalin-Allee.
The monumental street is lined with apartment blocks in typical socialist neo-classical style.
5.Alexanderplatz and Berlin Tower
The Alexanderplatz, a famous square in Berlin's central district Mitte was used as a podium for
the GDR's architectural ambitions. The 365m tall Berlin Tower is one of the results. From a
viewing platform in the tower's metallic sphere you have a wide view over the whole city.
The Rotes Rathaus is a large red brick building in high Renaissance style that was built in
the 19th century as Berlin's city hall, a function it still serves. Its façade is decorated with a
long frieze, depicting scenes of the city's history
7. Nikolai quarter
The Nikolai quarter, known to Berliners as the Nikolaiviertel, is the oldest residential area of Berlin.
The Berliner Dom is a baroque Cathedral built between 1894 and 1905. It is located on an island
in the river Spree, known as Museum Island. Severely damaged during the war, it reopened in 1993.
9. Unter den Lindenboulevard
Berlin’s elegant boulevard is found in the old heart of Berlin, going all the way from the Brandenburg
Gate to the Schlossbrücke bridge.
10. Brandenburger Gate
The Brandenburger Tor was originally a gate in Berlin's city wall at the end of the Unter den Linden
avenue. Since the fall of the Wall, Brandenburger Tor has become the symbol of a reunified Berlin.
11. Neue Synagogue
The Neue Synagogue is a magnificent 19th century building. Destroyed in 1938 during the
Kristallnacht pogrom, the largest German Synagogue was only reconstructed.
One of the most beautiful squares in Europe, the Gendarmenmarkt is bordered by three
magnificent buildings: the Konzerthaus, Französischer Dom and Deutscher Dom.
13. Checkpoint Charlie
One of three checkpoints at the Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie was the site of a standoff between
American and Russian tanks in 1961. It became one of the most famous symbols of the Cold War.
15. Gestapo headquarter and Topography of Terror museum
Once the busiest crossing in Europe, the Potsdamer Platz was completely destroyed after the war.
In 1998 the new Potsdamer Platz, full of modern buildings, officially opened
17. Hitler’s Bunker, exact location.
The Führerbunker was located beneath Hitler's New Reich Chancellery in Berlin, Germany.
It was in this subterranean bunker where Adolf Hitler and his wife Eva Braun spent the last few
weeks of the war and where their lives came to an end on April 30, 1945.
18. Holocaust Memorial
This Memorial to the victims of the Holocaust is an undulating forest of 2711 slabs of concrete, each
of a different size. It was dedicated 60 years after the fall of the Nazi regime.
19. Monument to Soviet Soldiers
Two T 34 tanks and the bronze statue of a red army soldier remind us of the red army soldiers killed
in the war.
The historic Reichstag building was reconstructed after the fall of the Berlin Wall. The original dome
however was replaced by a modern glass one. Since 1999 the building serves again as Germany's
seat of Parliament.
20. The German Bundestag, Modern Parliament and Kanzleramt Berlin
21. Berlin Central Station (Haupbahnhof)
The former Congress Hall, now the home of the House of World Cultures, is considered to be one
of Berlin’s most interesting buildings.
Now the official residence of the German president, this palace was built in 1786 as the summer
residence for Prince Ferdinand of Prussia, the younger brother of Frederick the Great
25. Victory Column
The Victory Column is a monumental structure located in the middle of Berlin's Tiergarten,
constructed between 1871 and 1873 to celebrate Germany's victory over France in the
1870/71 Franco-Prussian War.
26. Charlottenburg Palace
Built by Elector Friederich III in 1699 as a summer palace for his wife Sophie Charlotte,
this regal estate, the largest palace in Berlin
When it opened in 1963, Europa Center was one of Europe's most modern shopping center.
A symbol of postwar Germany, the center is still one of Berlin's best known landmarks.
28. Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtniskirche
The Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-kirche, a partially destroyed 19th century church is a constant
reminder of the ravages of war. A 1960s modern church was built next to the destroyed tower.
Private Sightseeing Tours for individual or small groups up to 7 people. The vehicles we use are brand new Mercedes S Class (2019) and minivans Mercedes V Class(2019) or Mercedes Vito( 2019). The price include the vehicle, the guide (English speaking), all transport, parking cost and 19% VAT. The price doesn't include the entry fees of the attractions.
3 hours - 270 euro, 5 hours - 430 euro, 8 hours - 640 euro.
We accept cash, credit cards, PayPal or bank transfers.