No other tour shows you Germany's oldest mosque, Thai ladies cooking delicious food, a WWII bunker, one of Europe's loveliest squares, fabulous subway stations, a synagogue which just about survived the Night of Broken Glass in a 3-hour walking tour. Join this private multicultural tour of Berlin and explore Kreuzkölln and Kreuzberg with a local guide.
While Reichstag, East Side Gallery, Holocaust Memorial, Brandenburg Gate and Potsdamer Platz is very important to check out, there is so much more to this city than that. Though admittedly, finding these often hidden spots and places is not that easy. See the best of the city and more with your local guide. The tour that he offers, which painstakingly avoids any of the sights were tourists hang about, takes you around various districts of Berlin such as Friedenau, Wilmersdorf, Neukölln, and Kreuzberg. On the way you'll get to to see some unexpectedly pretty subway stations before stopping at Germany's oldest mosque, the famous "Thai Lawn" (operates Thursday through Sundays), a former WWII bunker, the Admiral's Bridge, at a Synagogue, as well as at a square which the New York Times dubbed "one of Europe's loveliest". Also included is a trip to the Turkish Market (Tuesday & Friday) and if time permits, you can also have the option to stop for lunch at a fabulous bakery with an oven from the 19th century. This tour is for anyone, aiming to do something different and who's keen to get down to the real Berlin.