Berlin’s second public park has offered a nature retreat to city dwellers since 1866 but considerably changed its look after WWII when...
This two-section climbing wall on the northern end of the Mauerpark is operated by the German Alpine Club. Call ahead if you want to...
A farm playground for kids complete with barnyard animals and courses in basket-weaving, forging, felting and other old-timey crafts.
What started out as a regular Irish pub has morphed into an oasis of craft beer with over 30 varieties on tap plus 100 more in bottles....
For over a quarter of a century, trained butcher Reina Lehmann has plied fans of Currywurst (Berlin-style curried sausage) with quality...
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Berliner Unterwelten information
After you've checked off the Brandenburg Gate and the TV Tower, why not explore Berlin’s dark and dank underbelly? Join Berliner Unterwelten on its 'Dark Worlds' tour of a WWII underground bunker (available in English) and pick your way through a warren of claustrophobic rooms, past heavy steel doors, hospital beds, helmets, guns, boots and lots of other wartime artefacts.
Listen on in horror and fascination as guides bring alive the stories of the thousands of ordinary Berliners cooped up here, cramped and scared, as the bombs rained down on Berlin. Other tours explore a WWII anti-aircraft tower, a Cold War nuclear bomb shelter and Berlin Wall escape tunnels. Buy tickets at the pavilion outside the south exit of Gesundbrunnen U-Bahn station (in front of Kaufland). No reservations. Tours not suitable for children under seven.