Friedrichshain
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Our most recommended Friedrichshain Activities

  • Berlin: Art and Graffiti Walking Tour

    1. Berlin: Art and Graffiti Walking Tour

    Discover Berlin from a unique perspective on an art and graffiti themed walking tour. Experience breathtaking colors and hear stories of Berlin’s past, present, and future through inspiring and provocative urban art works. See the areas visited by the best artists, where they paint, and where they admire the work of their peers. Some of the places are off the radar of casual observers and tourist groups. Learn about the cultures, the politics, and other driving forces that inspires the art on the city’s walls. Admire how the walls transform into canvases for “paintings” and the streets are transformed into art galleries. Take in large volumes of work, from tiny to gigantic, sprouting between buildings, wedged into corners, hidden in the courtyards, and along the streets of the Mitte, Kreuzberg, and Friedrichshain districts.

  • Berlin: Hidden Places Kreuzberg-Friedrichshain Minibus Tour

    2. Berlin: Hidden Places Kreuzberg-Friedrichshain Minibus Tour

    Sit back, relax and explore Berlin Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain on a tour in a comfortable minibus. Start at Potsdamer Platz and explore the bustling, trendy districts with their turbulent history and interesting markets. Take a look at the waterfall in Victoriapark, see the airfield of the former Tempelhof airport and roam around the Bergmannkiez. Admire the Prinzessinnengarten or the Turkish tree house at the former location of the Berlin Wall and learn all about Oranienstraße.

  • Berlin: 48-Hour or 72-Hour Bike Rental

    3. Berlin: 48-Hour or 72-Hour Bike Rental

    Pick up your bike at the Kulturbrauerei, an old industrial brewery complex in the heart of Prenzlauer Berg. Meet the staff who will provide you with your bike and adjust it to your requirements, ensuring a comfortable and safe ride. Receive a personal lock, a map, bike baskets, tension belts, helmets, trouser clips, sunblock, and rain ponchos so you can explore Berlin in all weather conditions. Then, explore Berlin at your own pace. Ride along the banks of the River Spree and explore both the former Western and Eastern sections of Berlin. Discover beautiful parks including Tempelhofer Park and Treptower Park which are perfect for cycling. If you need assistance simply contact the bike depot crew by phone who will be happy to help. You can return the bike after closing hours if you need some more time to explore.

  • Berlin: Scavenger Hunt Through Friedrichshain (in German)

    4. Berlin: Scavenger Hunt Through Friedrichshain (in German)

    Explore Berlin on your own with the aid of playing cards that will take you to a variety of locations around Friedrichshain. Enjoy a varied tour you can customize yourself while getting to know some funny stories and solving puzzles. Decide for yourself where to spend how much time and enjoy an interesting tour in a playful way. Starting at the old slaughterhouse, continue to the Samariterkirche. Not far from Boxhagener Platz and Simon-Dach-Straße, the Spree River is spanned by the Oberbaumbrücke at the eastern harbor. Right on the river bank, you will also find the East Side Gallery and the O2 World. The tour will end at the impressive Volkspark Friedrichshain with the fairy tale fountain and the Friedhof der Märzgefallenen. The City Game Box will contain 16 sealed and numbered envelopes with puzzles that need to be solved. Guided by clear and unambiguous directions, make your way on ...

  • Berlin: Street Art and Alternative Tour

    5. Berlin: Street Art and Alternative Tour

    The alternative culture of Berlin is linked to the peculiar history of the city during the Cold War. On this tour you will understand why Berlin has become the central point of the alternative and how alternative culture and urban art have been a fundamental basis for the 90s revival of the city. Wade through the historical, economic and social changes that followed the fall of the wall (1989) up to the current phase of gentrification. The walls of the city are a canvas for “paintings” and the streets are transformed into an art gallery. Gigantic works sprout between the buildings of the districts of Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain, small pieces of art wedged into corners, hidden in the courtyards and along the streets of the Mitte district. On the border between east and west, along the wounds of the wall, between art and politics. See the colors and stories of Berlin in the areas of urb...

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What people are saying about Friedrichshain

A perfect tour!

The tour through Kreuzberg was perfectly organized and varied. We have seen sides of Berlin that we would never have found on our own. The small group makes the tour a personal experience. The stops at the various sights in Kreuzberg and the very tasty coffee were great. Our guide was competent, entertaining and responded to our interests and gave us a lot of new impressions. We felt very comfortable and well looked after. We can only recommend this tour if you want to get to know Berlin from another side. The next time we are in Berlin we will definitely book another tour with Secrets Tours.

Very nice tour, put on comfortable shoes!

very informative, nice route, definitely wear comfortable shoes. If you don't just want to rush from point A to B, then you should allow more than 6 hours for the tour. There is a crucial error on the maps, which we will definitely inform the provider, since there is a wrong direction in envelope 3, which is devastating for the further course of the tour. It says here that after going through the passage, you should turn right. It would be correct, however, to turn left, then it would fit.

Very interesting and fun tour

We were very lucky to be the only guests on this tour. The tour started on time. Ms. Terwellen was very friendly and accommodating, the minibus in excellent condition. In the following 3.5 hours we explored Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain by minibus and learned a lot about these two districts that were unknown and exciting to us. Overall, an all-round successful tour.

It is not the usual tour of Berlin, you walk a lot and visit places that I think few people would put in their planning. But it is particularly fascinating to walk streets that exude street art. The Italian girl, Amelie, who accompanied us was really very nice and prepared. I were you I would.

Fantastic experience with very good guide among the many murals of Berlin, in its suburbs using convenient public transport. definitely recommend