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  • THE WALL: asisi Panorama Berlin Ticket

    1. THE WALL: asisi Panorama Berlin Ticket

    Visit the Panorama, an artistic representation of what life was like in the shadow of the Berlin Wall. Experience Kreuzberg on a fictitious autumn day in the 1980s. With your day ticket, take in the scenes of everyday life. View the alternative life of SO 36 in West Berlin, separated from East Berlin and yet only a stone's throw away. See the so-called Death Strip and border facilities. From the visitor’s platform, experience how mundane, and yet how gruesome life was in the shadow of the Wall. The exhibition also features a documentary on the artist, Yadegar Asisi from his early ideas to the creation of the Panorama.

    The installation was so real and awesome. However, I do feel that I would have enjoyed it even more if I had a guide to explain some of the German aspect of the tour

  • Berlin: "Vibes of Berlin" Bike Tour

    2. Berlin: "Vibes of Berlin" Bike Tour

    Take a bicycle tour through the wild, alternative Berlin and discover what Klaus Wowereit meant when he said, "Berlin is poor, but sexy!" The tour begins in the central Nikolaiviertel, just five minutes from the TV Tower by foot. Start the tour where Berlin's history began, then ride far from the center to experience the city life in Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain, Neukölln, and Treptow. Immerse yourself in the different districts of Berlin and learn how they've changed. On this 17-kilometer ride, take a look at alternative projects and restored buildings as you ride along side streets and bike paths. The tour takes you through diverse areas and lets you see exceptional buildings and innovative ideas. Enjoy a beautiful ride along the Spree and the Landwehr Canal, where the contrasts of Berlin could not be clearer. Stop every 5 to 10 minutes to learn interesting and historical facts. A smal...

    This guided tour was by far the best I have ever experienced. The weather was good, bikes were fine, but the guide, Vincent…. He is simply extraordinary! His wide knowledge and his ability to tell the “other” stories of the city spiced up with his personal commitment is something you should allow yourself to experience.

  • Berlin: Jewish Museum Berlin Entrance Ticket

    3. Berlin: Jewish Museum Berlin Entrance Ticket

    Let the largest Jewish museum in Europe impress you with its symbolic architecture and exceptional exhibitions. Discover how the zig-zag-shaped building designed by Daniel Libeskind creates its own language for Jewish history in Germany, with slanting walls, sharp angles, and gaping voids. The new core exhibition “Jewish Life in Germany: Past & Present” spans from the beginning of the early middle ages to the present day. During the chronological tour, a large space is dedicated to National Socialism and the time since the end of WWII. The exhibition alternates between historical periods and cultural insights. What is sacred in Judaism? Is there specific Jewish art? How do people practice Judaism in today’s society? Alongside the treasures of the museum’s collection including everyday objects and art, there are video and audio installations. There are also interactive stations that...

  • Berlin: The Feuerle Collection - Art Museum Entrance Ticket

    4. Berlin: The Feuerle Collection - Art Museum Entrance Ticket

    The Feuerle Collection combines international contemporary artists with Imperial Chinese furniture and ancient Southeast Asian art. Located in a former Second World War bunker - renovated by the British architect John Pawson - the museum encourages a conversation between different periods and cultures. As you explore the collections, gain a new perspective on the ancient and contemporary works surrounding by impressive architecture and sophisticated light design which will stimulate all senses.  Meet your expert guide and begin your walk through the collections. Marvel at stone, bronze, and wood Khmer sculptures from the 7th to the 13th century, Imperial Chinese lacquer and stone furniture. In addition, find wood and stone Chinese Scholar furniture from the Han Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty dating from 200 BC to the 18th century. They are complemented by works by contemporary artists, inc...

    Amazing space, and very interesting way of combining old and new works of art! Would recommend for locals and tourists

  • Queer Berlin Walking Tour

    5. Queer Berlin Walking Tour

    Berlin is the queer capital of Europe and on this fascinating and fun tour, you will explore Schöneberg, the city’s gay neighborhood, and walk through the Tiergarten, it’s best-known gay meeting spot. The city has been a pioneer of gay and lesbian rights since the late 19th-Century, despite the notorious “Section 175” of the German penal code, which criminalized male homosexuality for decades after World War 2. In Schöneberg, see where Marlene Dietrich lived and worked and where Christopher Isherwood and Otto Dix chronicled the city’s fantastic cabaret and nightlife scene. Visit the Eldorado, one of Berlin’s oldest gay and transvestite bars, and stop at the poignant memorial to all the homosexuals persecuted by the Nazis and sent to the concentration camps. Find out how openly queer and transgendered individuals found assistance and support from Magnus Hirschfeld, whose ground-breakin...

    The tour was very informative and fun. I would appreciate a description of the day in advance, as it eventually took almost 6 hours (instead of 4) and also lunch was part of the experience. I needed to adjust my plans after that.

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What people are saying about Kreuzberg

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 169 reviews

This guided tour was by far the best I have ever experienced. The weather was good, bikes were fine, but the guide, Vincent…. He is simply extraordinary! His wide knowledge and his ability to tell the “other” stories of the city spiced up with his personal commitment is something you should allow yourself to experience.

Amazing! This trip was so cool - introduced new angles and new neighborhoods. Björn was the perfect guide, fluently English and sharing stories is his life in Berlin.

Amazing space, and very interesting way of combining old and new works of art! Would recommend for locals and tourists

The presentation is done extremly carfully and makes a deep impression imediatly.

I enjoyed the experience. It is surprising how huge the piece of art is.