On our way along the famous ‘Unter den Linden’ we discover Berlin’s historic boulevard with all its famous squares and buildings, such as the Pariser Platz, the Neue Wache, the Bebelplatz, the ‘Schloss’ and the cathedral.

Duration approx. 2 hours

Heckmann Yards und
Hackische Yards

Students, the start-up scene, many galleries, funny restaurants, fancy shops and the golden dome of the synagogue shape the street scene. Together we explore the ‘tenements’ of the Wilhelminian period and their backyard labyrinths.

duration 2 hours

Castle and Park

We take you back to the baroque era and visit the Charlottenburg Palace with its treasures and the extensive parks. The builder, Friedrich I (1657 – 1713) named the magnificent complex after his deceased wife Charlotte.

Duration 2 hours

Hunting Lodge

Berlin’s oldest palace building is a unique example of Renaissance architecture in Berlin. In addition to a variety of artistic testimonies to the Hohenzollern’s passion for hunting, it now houses, among other things, the largest Cranach collection in Berlin.

Duration approx. 1.5 hours


The landmark of West Berlin is the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, which was destroyed in 1943. In addition, we explore the Bikini House Ensemble and Breitscheidt Platz. Of course, a short detour to the legendary Bahnhof Zoo is also a must.

Duration approx. 2 hours

House of Artists Bethanien in Kreuzberg

From the Baumhaus an der Mauer, to the exciting house of artists Bethanien, to the colourful Oranienstraße, we would like to immerse ourselves in this famous and varied neighbourhood.

Duration approx. 2 hours

Stumbling blocks
in Mitte

Stumbling blocks is a project by the artist Gunter Demnig, which commemorates people who were persecuted by the National Socialists between 1933 and 1945.
We start at Stolpersteine and remember the former Jewish life in Berlin.

Duration approx. 2 hours

From the Reichstag to Checkpoint Charlie

A walk along the former Wall from the Reichstag to the Chancellery, Paul-Löbe-Haus and Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus, the Spree River to the Brandenburg Gate, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews across Potsdamer Platz, Topography of Terror to Checkpoint Charlie.

Duration ca 2,5 hours

Mies van der Rohe

The Mies van der Rohe House in Berlin Hohenschönhausen is always worth a visit. Whether in summer or winter: the last residence designed by the star architect of the Bauhaus before his emigration to the USA makes the visitor feel that it is a jewel of modernity.

Duration approx. 2 hours

Picture Gallery

The Berlin Picture Gallery is one of the top 5 Old Master collections in the world and is the only one in which one can study the history of European painting from the Middle Ages to the beginning of the 18th century in an almost encyclopaedic way. It houses works by Caravaggio, Vermeer and Rembrandt, among others.

Duration approx. 1.5 hours.


The Bode-Museum is Berlin’s sculpture collection. You don’t have to visit it only for masterpieces by Donatello, Verocchio, Bernini, Canova or Riemenschneider. The house alone is a work of art in itself.

Duration approx. 2 hours.

Gallery of Prints and Drawings Berlin

The Berlin Gallery of Prints and Drawings is one of the largest and most important in the world. It is true that the works of art – drawings, watercolours, prints by Dürer, Rubens, Rembrandt, Watteau, van Gogh, Warhol etc. – are not on permanent display. But the majority of the works can be presented in the seminar room.

Duration approx. 2 hours

National Gallery

The Old National Gallery on the Museum Island knows how to score with German art of the 19th century. With one of the most extensive collections of paintings by Caspar David Friedrich, the exhibition starts chronologically and ends with the beginning of modernism with paintings by Max Beckmann. In between also numerous French artists: Manet, Monet, Renoir!

duration approx. 1,5 hours


The Berlin Gallery is the capital’s MOMA. Here you can meet painting, sculpture, photography and much more. That’s why the Berlinische Galerie features works by Max Liebermann, Oskar Kokoschka, Otto Dix, Max Beckmann and many more! If you are looking for classical modernism, this is the right place!

Duration approx. 1.5 h


The wonderful Jewish Museum in the Lindenstraße is worth seeing just because of its architecture. The tour also starts with the famous architecture of the famous Daniel Liebeskind building, the underground axes and the 3 different rooms, each of which tells a different story of the Jewish fate in Germany from 1933 onwards.

Duration approx. 1.5 hours


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