Unique private tours with an electric carriage in Berlin

Tours & Sightseeing in Berlin

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Take a 60 minute time travel through Berlin in a traditional "Kraftdroschke". You drive in a vehicle, like in the historical days of "Kaiser Wilhem" - an electric carriage. Our chauffeurs show you in a private tour the most interesting sights of historical Berlin, such as Brandenburger Gate, Gendarmenmarkt, Museum Island with its popular cathedral and castle. Furthermore, this tour leads to the newly built capital hill monuments around the historic Reichstag, which stands in an interessting architectural contrast to the old center. Tours are available every 30 minutes starting from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.
Enjoy our time travel with an authentic vehicle of the Wilhelminian era. It will take you through the kaleidoscope of historical and modern Berlin downtown. Our comfortable electric carriages will pick you up at the famous Hotel Adlon, close to landmark Brandenburger Gate. From there you first will discover the oldest districts of Berlin, such as Cölln, Dorotheenstadt and Friedrichstadt. Our chauffeurs know many famous and insider stories about Berlin's popular places, such as the Bebelplatz, Gendarmenmarkt and Museums Island with the 5 world heritage (UNESCO) museums. The Museums Island being the origin of the city Berlin from the early Middle Ages. Our time travel then swaps to places of German-German history. Checkpoint Charly is not only on your way to the next stations, but also temporally on the timeline from the past to the present. During the tour you cross the course of the Berlin Wall several times. Nowhere is this as tangible as at the former border crossing for Western Allies. The places and buildings in the area often tell spy stories of the Cold War in Berlin. Then you reach the present in the political center of the capital city. The Reichstag building with its futuristic dome is the most prominent symbol for politics in Berlin. From here we drive to the government headquarters, the "Bundeskanzleramt". The citizens of Berlin have given the building the nickname "washing machine". You can later on enjoy a view from the main station to the capital hill and the floodplains of the Spreebogen with many beach bars, before your chauffeur will bring you back to the boulevard Unter den Linden.

What’s included

  • Bottled water
  • Glass of Sparkling Wine

What’s not included

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