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Walking Tour of Berlin's Gay and Lesbian Scene

Explore the gay neighborhoods of Berlin on this 3.5-hour guided walking tour. Since the 19th century, Berlin has been a pioneer of gay and lesbian rights in Germany, creating Siegessaeule, the first lesbian magazine, and celebrating the annual Gay Pride event. Your professional guide will tell you everything about that time and how life has changed for the city's LGBTQ community.Start your walking tour in the Schöneberg area and visit Eldorado, one of Berlin’s oldest and most famous trans* bars that once featured regular performances of Marlene Dietrich.Find out how openly gay and transgendered people found assistance from the sexologist Magnus Hirschfeld, whose Institute for Sexual Science was shut down in during World War II in 1933 and its library destroyed during the Nazi book burning. Then, visit the Memorial to Homosexuals Persecuted Under Nazism.Continue your tour walking through the Tiergarten, the city’s best-known gay meeting spot hidden behind the Berlin Wall. Find out how LGBTQ figures have shaped the history of Berlin from the Prussian King Friedrich the Great to today’s openly gay Mayor Klaus Wowereit. Finish your walking tour with a tour of the Gay Museum* (Schwules Museum*) in the vibrant district of Kreuzberg, considered one of the world's first gay museums.

$182.68 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Berlin Market Tour and Cooking Class

Meet at the main entrance of the St. Matthias Church in the morning and shop for ingredients for a seasonal German dish at Winterfeldmarket until 11 am. Winterfeldtmarket in Schöneberg, located at the Winterfeldtplaza next to the St. Matthias Church, is one of the best farmer's markets in Berlin offering fresh, local organic and regional vegetables, fruits, fish and meats. On Saturdays with around 200 stalls present, you may discover rare ingredients like wild herbs, edible flowers, foraged mushrooms, wild game, as well as handcrafted condiments, household goods and wonderful fresh Turkish delicacies. Your cook will guide you through aspects of German food culture, seasonal customs, and its history of organic farming. On the way to the guide's home you will stop at interesting specialty shops, including chocolate and wine.
At your guide's home kitchen, you will cook a typical three-course menu and discover a healthy and delicious take on German cuisine, with particular emphasis on regional nuances, the culinary influences from Italy and France, and Germany’s very special cultivation of herbs and their healing powers. The afternoon culminates as you enjoy a home-cooked meal, served with beer and wine. 
Schöneberg, centrally located in former West, is Berlin’s most colorful and multicultural district. Many film stars, authors, poets, and scientists have felt at home here – David Bowie and Iggy Pop, Albert Einstein, Hans Fallada, Klaus Kinski, Hildegard Knef, Else Lasker-Schüler, Rudolf Steiner, and Billy Wilder– to name a few. Explore the market and take in all the city has to offer before ending your day with an authentic German feast of your creation.

$33.11 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Private Coffee Lovers Tour in Berlin

• Private tour: only you & your local host! • Visit three of the best coffee shops in Schöneberg • Try local treats like pastries and a cookie • Find out what's a "floating coffee" • Discover unique places & meet wonderful localsIn Berlin, it's always a good time for a coffee!  Locals love coffee and sharing stories, that's why a unique tour through Berlin's lovely district Schöneberg is a great mix - local vibes, great coffee and plenty of stories.  On this tour, you'll hear funny stories, little anecdotes and unknown facts combined with a walking tour through beautiful Schöneberg. Coffee culture is an integral part of Berlin's culture. Sometimes the locals even spend more time in coffee shops than in their homes and it is a central part of socializing. The places we will visit have 3 things in common: great coffee, great stories and great Berliners behind the counter! Coffee with a treat? Yes, please! Grab a cappuccino and a cookie but before a local highlight. Discover the birthplace of the famous actress Marlene Dietrich’s which is close by as well as a very unique round church in the neighborhood. Want to try a floating coffee? Go to a cafe where the coffee doesn’t only float in the French press, they also have a «floating coffee offer». Time for an international treat! Enjoy a Pastel de Nata paired with what Berliners consider the best coffee in the city. Depending on the day, we can also drop by a cafe decorated with unique Asian pieces, or a super homey hang-out spot. Vegan-friendly options are available for almost every tasting at every stop. Personalize your coffee and treats in any way you like. Any specific place or coffee type in mind? You can find the right option in Berlin!

$205.40 Private & Custom Tours

Berlin with artist - painter René Wirths - on tour with a celebrity

The tour • From a viewpoint in the west of Berlin you get an overlook of Berlin. From there René Wirths  takes you to Galerie Michael Haas in Niebuhrstr., Charlottenburg, the artist’s gallery. It was founded in 1976 by Michael Haas. It is dedicated to the art of the classical modernity of the German and international art after 1945 and the contemporary art. • Along Kurfürstendamm on the way to Schöneberg he presents you his view on the west part of Berlin in his deep and likable way.  • You now find yourself in the new Art-Mekka of Berlin. In Tiergarten and Kreuzberg a gallery quarter arose around Potsdamer Straße and Lindenstraße. Next to big internationally operating galleries there are also the small and ambitious ones. You will peak in one ore more galleries and get surprised.  • Recreation next to his work René finds for example at the riverside of the Spree. At the cafe and restaurant „Auster“ in the „Haus der Kulturen der Welt“, the pregnant oyster as the Berliners call it, he invites you to a refreshment.  • He is pleased to take you to his studio and introduce you to his to show you his artistic processes and present works. • During a three course meal in on of his favorite restaurants he is happy to answer all the questions you have. René Wirth’s tour is a must for all art lovers and connoisseurs or - you may just want to expand your knowledge.