Sightseeing Tour Berlin

  • Destination: Berlin
  • Route: Warnemünde - Berlin - Warnemünde
  • Driving Time: 2 - 2,5 hours (each way)
  • Duration: Day Tour
  • Number of Passengers: subject to your requirements
  • Collection: approx 6 - 9 o'clock from your Hotel / cruise ship
  • Check-in: subject to your requirements


Explore, discover, shop, eat out - you choose on your personal tour of Berlin. We listen to your needs and advise you gladly.

We can also arrange a personal tour guide for you- just let us know!



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Things to See in Berlin

Brandenburger Gate

  • The monumental Brandenburg Gate looks back on a roughly 200-year history
  • The Brandenburg Gate marked the boundary between East - and West Berlin
  • It was a symbol of the cold war up to the German reunification, and after 1990 became the symbol of the re-unification of Germany and Europe

Berliner Cathedral

  • Berlin Cathedral is a protestant church in the center of Berlin
  • It is one of the largest protestant churches in Germany and the largest church in Berlin
  • First built in the Middle Ages (1465)
  • Functioning as a former court and cathedral to the Hohenzollern, the cathedral was rebuilt in the years 1894-1905 under Kaiser Wilhelm II 

Berlin Wall

  • The Berlin wall stood from the 13th of August 1961 to the 9th of November 1989
  • It separated eastern and the western parts of Berlin
  • The Berlin wall was 167.8 km (105 miles) long and was heavily guarded

Reichstag (German houses of Parlament)

  •  The Reichstag is one of the most visited sights in Berlin (more than 15 million visitors) 
  •  The Reichstag building has been the seat of the German parliament since 1990
  •  From its central glass dome you can get not only a great view of the plenary hall, but also of Berlin itself!
  •  The entrance to the dome is free




  • Is a well known landmark in Berlin
  • More than 350,000 people pass through this space daily
  • Home to the Berlin TV tower, which is 368m high and has a revolving restaurant at the top!



  • This former market square was built in the 17th century
  • It is one of the most beautiful squares in Berlin
  • Here you will find the “Konzerthaus”- Berlin's concert hall, the French Cathedral and the German Cathedral


Jewish Museum Berlin

  • The largest Jewish museum in Europe
  • 3000 square meters of exhibition space
  • Go on a discovery journey through two millennia of German-Jewish history

Checkpoint Charlie

  • The most famous checkpoint and border crossing on the Berlin Wall, active between 1961 and 1990 
  • Diplomats, soldiers and allies entered another world through this checkpoint
  • The border crossing was demolished in 1990 but restored to its original location in the year 2000

Holocaust - memorial

  • A Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe 
  • A place of remembrance and commemoration dedicated to the up to six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust
  • The wave-shaped field consists of over 2,700 steles (standing stones) and is designed to encourage visitors to think about this topic whilst walking through its abstract form

East Siede Gallery

  • A world-famous -and the world's longest existing- open air art gallery
  • Located on the longest remaining stretch of the Berlin Wall
  • Was dedicated to this purpose after the reunification in 1990
  • 1.3km long

Sachsenhausen Memorial and Museum 

  • Sachsenhausen concentration camp
  • In the period from 1936 - 1945 one of the largest concentration camps of the German Reich
  • Held more than 200,000 prisoners
  • 10,000 more prisoners were killed by torture, gassing, shooting, brutal treatment and medical experiments


Berlin Mitte 

  • Interesting architecture on the banks of the River Spree
  • Discover Berlin from the water on a boat tour