Excursions in Berlin
If this is your first time in the capital of Germany, then it is better to start your acquaintance with it with excursions. Fortunately, there are a lot of them in the city, the guides speak many foreign languages, and even if you are not part of the excursion group, it will not be difficult to choose the route of the excursion in Berlin on your own. The excursion called City-Circle will be very informative. It will be taken on a comfortable bus through the most interesting and significant places of this city..
Its peculiarity is that during the circular tour there are 20 stops, at any of which you can get off the bus and independently continue your acquaintance with the capital, visiting, for example, Potsdamer Platz or shopping on the famous Friedrichstrasse or Kurfürstendamm. Or maybe you want to visit the Museum Island or take a ride on the river. Then again you can go to the stop of sightseeing buses that run here with enviable regularity, and continue your acquaintance with the city.
A tour of the post-industrial landscapes of the city is very interesting. During it, you:
- Visit the abandoned workshops of the Reichsbahn;
- See the place where vinyl records and light bulbs first began to be produced;
- Learn what a clinker facade is;
- Take a walk around Strabau;
- Check out the graffiti of the Berlin Wall, the most famous of which is - «Kiss Brezhnev»;
- See the former harbor of East Berlin.
Variety of sightseeing tours
A variety of sightseeing tours in Berlin are organized for tourists. There are excursions by bus, walking, on own transport, thematic. There are a lot of them and everyone can choose what is closer to his soul, what interests him most. Many guides will meet you and can change the route at your request so that you see exactly what you want in the first place. And there is something to see here. Someone is interested in recent history - the Reichstag, the chancellery, the place where the Berlin Wall was, a monument to the Soviet soldier, and someone will also want to visit the cathedrals and temples of the German capital, visit the Humboldt University, walk along the Palace Bridge, look at the state opera or visit the oldest church in the city - St. Nicholas.