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Berlin – City of Change

Berlin – City of Change
Years ago, after a peaceful revolution, the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 paved the way for German reunification- East Berlin and West Berlin were physically united again. However, the cultural aspect of this reunification turned out to be the greatest challenge any city has ever experienced. Our various city tours offer an exclusive insight into Berlin’s continuous transformation and daily modifications. Since each person absorbs and appreciates the tremendous amounts of Berlin’s sights in different ways, you can chose between a bus, ship, or walking tour. Better yet, why not all three? The following paragraphs give you an idea of how you can transform a day in Berlin into a day in paradise. Each tour can be combined and adapted to your unique dreams, wishes, and desires. Your predetermined tour highlights and longer stops will be organized in advance in order to make the tour as comfortable as possible. We offer our tours in several languages.

Ruppiner Land

Ruppiner Land
Drive through the Havelland, Ruppiner Luch, the Ruppiner Schweiz, walk through Neuruppin – the most Prussian city of all, and through the palace garden in Rheinsberg.
Duration: approximately 8 hrs.

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Berlin- City of Contrasts

Berlin- City of Contrasts
Our three hour tour offers an insight into the diversity of Berlin. Passing through Berlin’s city center, you will get to see:
Alexander Square, Nikolai Quarter, Red City Hall, Berlin Dom, Museum Island, Gendarmenmarkt, Street “Under the linden trees”, Brandenburg Gate, Holocaust-Memorial, Government- and Parliament Quarter, Potsdam Square, and

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Berlin Basic

Berlin Basic
This tour will give you a general idea of what Berlin is all about by visiting and passing by the most popular sights of Berlin.
Duration: 2hours

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Time Machine: Berlin’s Wall Tour

Time Machine: Berlin’s Wall Tour

November 9th, 1989: The night the Berlin Wall fell. More than 20 years ago, people celebrated a reunited Germany. Today the marks of the Berlin Wall serve as a great visual guide to our visitors. The tour follows the tracks of the remainders of the Berlin Wall- physically and mentally- by using a combination of bus rides, bus stops, and walking tours.

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