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Th­ese lux­ury tour agents spe­cial­ize in what they call “ur­ban life­style guid­ance,” in­tro­duc­ing their clients to unique lo­ca­tions, peo­ple, shops, clubs, and more. Tours in­clude a “pimp me up” spa and make-over tour, culi­nary ex­pe­ri­ences, Berlin cre­ative­ness, pri­vate house vis­its, and limo tours. They even of­fer a graf­fiti work­shop for the real ur­ban ex­pe­ri­ence. From €300. www.ber­li­na­gen­ Born­holmer Str. 4. T: 030.43720701.

Berlin Mu­sic Tours

Ex­plore Berlin’s rock&pop his­tory with Berlin Mu­sic Tours, which in­clude a visit to the fa­mous Hansa Stu­dios, a mu­si­cal walk through Pren­zlauer Berg, a David Bowie tour, and a clas­sic tour through the his­tory of Berlin mu­sic. Book­ing on the web­site re­quired. From €12.­sic­

Ber­liner Un­ter­wel­ten (Un­der­ground Tours)

Since 1997, the Berlin Un­der­worlds As­so­ci­a­tion has been of­fer­ing reg­u­lar tours of un­der­ground struc­tures and sub­ter­ranean com­plexes that are oth­er­wise in­ac­ces­si­ble. Cold War nu­clear shel­ters, Hitler’s un­der­ground fortress, es­cape routes to the West, and WWII bunkers are just some of the ad­ven­tures on of­fer. From €10. www.berlinerun­ter­wel­ Brun­nen­str. 105. T: 030.49910517.

CooLTour­ings Seg­way Tours

Cov­er­ing Berlin’s Top20 sight­see­ing high­lights, CooLTour­ings take in­di­vid­ual vis­i­tors or large groups on an ex­cit­ing ride aboard a Seg­way hu­man trans­porter. A fun and fast way to ex­plore the city. T: 030.26321381.

Fat Tire Bike Tours

Com­fort comes first on Fat Tire Tours, and they cre­ated their whole con­cept around their curvy bi­cy­cles with soft seats, in­di­vid­u­ally ad­justed hand­bars and, ob­vi­ously, fat tires. Tour themes vary and their all-in-one city bike tour is par­tic­u­larly fa­mous. Times vary sea­son­ally. Call ahead in win­ter. From €25. www.fat­tire­bike­ Panora­mastr. 1a. T: 030.24047991.


This company of­fers guided tours with ex­pert guides. Walks in­clude the city cen­ter and the city’s most im­por­tant dis­tricts of Berlin and Pots­dam and con­cen­trate on dif­fer­ent themes, such as city his­tory, lit­er­a­ture, ceme­ter­ies, and crim­i­nal his­tory., email: info@ontour-berlin. de. T: 030.67515046.

Orig­i­nal Berlin Walks

Of­fer­ing eight themed walk­ing tours in sum­mer and four in the win­ter. Themes in­clude the Third Re­ich, Jewish life in Berlin, Pots­dam, the Cold War, gay Berlin and Christ­mas mar­kets (in De­cem­ber). No ad­vance book­ing re­quired, just show up at the meet­ing point shortly be­fore the tour be­gins. (See web­site for times and places).­ Neue Bahn­hof­str. 9-10. T: 030.3019194.


Ex­plore Berlin with rent-a-guide, a book­ing plat­form spe­cial­iz­ing in tai­lor-made sight­see­ing tours and ac­tiv­i­ties. Co­op­er­at­ing with more than 150 tour guides, they of­fer just about any­thing from so­cial culi­nary tours to pri­vate mu­seum tours in­clud­ing a chauf­feur.T: 0234.9155632.

Trabi Sa­fari

This company or­ga­nizes fun tours aboard real Tra­bants, the iconic cars of the for­mer GDR. Vis­i­tors drive their per­sonal Tra­bis, while the group leader in the first car pro­vides in­for­ma­tion via ra­dio about his­tor­i­cal facts and quirks. Three dif­fer­ent tours avail­able, last­ing one or two hours. You need to know how to drive a stick shift. €30-50. www.trabi-sa­ Zim­mer­str. 97. T: 030.30201030.

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