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Our most recommended Kreuzberg Tours

  • Alternative Berlin by Bike: Kreuzberg & Friedrichshain

    1. Alternative Berlin by Bike: Kreuzberg & Friedrichshain

    A guided bicycle tour is the best way to discover Berlin. Cycling is not only an easy way to get around the city but also brings you close to the action! Even visitors who already know Berlin well are amazed at the new perspectives they see on this tour. This tour usually runs on bike paths and safe, quiet roads. Start at the Kulturbrauerei in Prenzlauer Berg and cycle toward Volkspark Friedrichshain and Karl-Marx-Allee. In Friedrichshain, bike around Boxhagener Platz and the RAW Tempel. This area is home of great nightlife, but there's still plenty to see during the day! Continue along the East Side Gallery and over the Oberbaumbrücke to Kreuzberg. Discover back courtyards, explore beautiful parks, and ride along the banks of the River Spree. See Görlitzer Park, and experience the alternative way of life in the colorful SO36 district of Kreuzberg. You’ll not only learn many interesti...

    The ride gave us a different view of Berlin. We got to ride through streets with beautiful street art, the anti social areas and the offbeat places of Berlin. The guide was very informative and briefed us about the history of each place.

  • Berlin: Art and Graffiti Walking Tour

    2. 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: Private Art and Graffiti Walking Tour

    3. Berlin: Private Art and Graffiti Walking Tour

    Discover Berlin from a unique perspective on a private art and graffiti themed walking tour. Experience breathtaking colors and hear stories of Berlin’s past, present, and future through inspiring and provocative urban artworks. 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, politics, and other driving forces that inspire 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.

  • Kreuzberg: Culinary Food Tour

    4. Kreuzberg: Culinary Food Tour

    Meet at Kotti, right in the center of vibrant Kreuzberg. After a short introduction, you will have a broad overview of the history and lifestyle of the special place in Berlin. Kreuzberg was founded as a typical working-class neighborhood in the middle of the 19th century. The people always fell on hard times here. They lived in huge building complexes. Discover the places in Oranienstraße and try to imagine life back in the days, when it was almost impossible to breathe fresh air; when many people didn’t rent a whole flat or a room, but an 8 hours-stay on a mattress. Obviously, most people in the working class had left-wing views. So Kreuzberg logically turned into a critical neighborhood with constant demonstrations – escalations included. Your guide is looking forward to showing you the most important historic places and will forge a bridge to today’s every-day life and style in mode...

    Good guide, very informative. Seen lots of places you wont get to alone. Food was good and enough.

  • Berlin: Kreuzberg Street Art and Urban Life Tour

    5. Berlin: Kreuzberg Street Art and Urban Life Tour

    Get authentic and personal insights into Berlin's urban life and flourishing street art scene on a 2-hour walking tour with a friendly guide. Journey through the Kreuzberg neighborhood to discover one of the city's most vibrant districts. See huge murals by international street artists as you stroll inspiring streets lined with cafés, bars and restaurants. Hear about Kreuzberg's history and how it was once home to squatters and the Turkish community, and why it is now a hotspot on Berlin's nightlife circuit. Get a personal view of this cutting-edge district with guides who are - or have been - part of the graffiti and street art scene and will share their first-hand information about the art you will see.

    A great intro to street art. Amazing how differently you see the graffitis and recognize them once you start looking.

  • Small Group Tour: "Wild Kreuzberg"

    6. Small Group Tour: "Wild Kreuzberg"

    Lose yourself in wild Kreuzberg on this walking tour. You will start at Kottbusser Tor, where everyday life meets Kreuzburg night culture. A Turkish market, Arabic restaurants and bistros, chic cafes alongside alternative clubs and bars line the square, which is divided down the middle by the famous overground rails of the U1 line. Walking past imposing houses from the beginning of the last century, and the Sozialpalast, you will reach the really happening Oranienstraße, the heart of the former SO36 postal district, as Berlin's punk district is still known. Here there are restaurants, bars and shops with typical Kreuzberg charm, the Berlin Home for the Blind, the Museum of Objects, Comic Shops and Boutiques. Over the Heinrich-Platz you will reach the Mariannenplatz, where the art-squat Bethanien, a former hospital, is to be found. Next-door in the Rauchhaus you will find more traces of...

    Markus is ammexcelent and more than friendly guide who has the talent to show you a art of Berlin that is not easy to grasp from the outside. Tnak you very much for the super tour in Kreuzberg 38

  • Alternative Berlin Experience

    7. Alternative Berlin Experience

    Take a 4-hour walking tour and discover Berlin's dynamic culture and lifestyle, and see why it fascinates so many visitors year after year. Creative, tolerant, multi-cultural, and liberal; no other city balances tradition and trends, density and open space, underground and cosmopolitan areas, quite like UNESCO's first "City of Design." On this premier alternative tour you will step off the tourist trail and explore the entire cultural landscape from a local perspective. From alternative underground, to urban and cosmopolitan, your guide will compare the many flavors, colors, and vibes of the East and West Berlin neighborhoods. Stroll through landmarks of the city's subcultural and countercultural history, and see some of the world's most breathtaking street art and graffiti up close. Stop at the Turkish neighborhoods in Kreuzberg, and visit Berlin's African and former Jewish communitie...

    A wonderful day spent discovering the history of Berlin all thanks to a wonderful guide, that was so knowledge and on hand to answer any questions I had. Would really recommend the tour to others

  • Berlin: "Vibes of Berlin" Bike Tour

    8. 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: Kreuzberg Undercover

    9. Berlin: Kreuzberg Undercover

    Begin at the Kotti, which is a central place in Kreuzberg. In a short introduction, your guide will give you an overview of Kreuzberg’s history, life, and culture.  Kreuzberg was founded as a typical working-class neighborhood in the middle of the 19th century. People lived in huge building complexes, some in the fifth or sixth backyard. Discover these places at Oranienstraße and try to imagine life back in the days when it was almost impossible to breathe fresh air and when many people could not rent a whole flat or a room but instead slept on just a mattress. Most people in the working class had a radical left-wing view. So Kreuzberg turned into a critical neighborhood with constant demonstrations. Your guide will tell you about The Mother of all Street Fights. Visit SO36, a legendary music club, where anarchistic punk and new wave bands entertained audiences in the 1970’s and 1980’s ...

  • Berlin: The Feuerle Collection - Art Museum Entrance Ticket

    10. 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

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What people are saying about Kreuzberg

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 1,526 reviews

Although the weather was grey and slightly damp, we thoroughly enjoyed our evening kayak tour. I'd recommend you dress warm - but based on our really positive experience, don't worry if the weather forecast for your trip isn't exactly blue skies! The kayaking was harder work than expected (it was my first time), and the exercise kept us warm enough. Our tour guide was incredibly friendly and approachable, engaging all of us in nice conversation throughout. She pointed out interesting buildings and facts along our route, and switched seamlessly between English (for us) and German (for the convenience of the only other pair on our tour). The kayaks were comfortable and maintained in perfect condition. We received a short yet comprehensive tutorial on how to kayak at the start, and there was time to stop for pictures of the Molecule Man and Oberbaum Bridge during the tour. The pacing throughout was great - our guide really adapted to the ability/needs of the group. Highly recommended!

Our guide Nico had a good story about everything and told nice anecdotes, both historically and culturally. He had a good click with the group. We were in Berlin for the second time, but he added a lot to the Kreutzberg experience. Culinary can be revived more refreshing and modern. Kenab sandwich and pizza everyone knows. More tapas and vegan oriented would be more in line with this time. Meeting point from the other side of the U-bahn should be indicated better. We had to get sick for 15 minutes between drunks. Fortunately Nicolas called us. Also kudos to Nicholas! Arnoud and Mirjam from the Netherlands

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.

Our guide Jonathan led the group perfectly, gave great tips and kept the tour very entertaining! Great ... it was really worth it!

Exciting bike tour through Berlin. Highly Recommended!