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Gay Berlin Tour: Out in Schöneberg

1. Gay Berlin Tour: Out in Schöneberg

Since the early 1920s, the area round Nollendorfplatz has been one of the most famous gay neighborhoods in the world. Nowhere else in Berlin was there a greater density of simple pubs and dance halls, sophisticated bars and clubs exclusive to the gay community. Come along to tour the remaining traces of this historic world in the north of Schöneberg and learn about the people that thronged this multifaceted gay and lesbian district between the end of World War I and the accession of the Nazi Party. The quarter began to bloom again as West Berlin's only gay district from the end of the 1960s, up to the present day. Schöneberg is still known for its particularly tolerant attitude and its variety, characteristics which, 100 years ago, contributed to the area's fame, notoriety, and attractiveness for the local and international community. Join in with this fascinating tour on a trip through time, and discover the Queer history of Berlin.

Queer Berlin Walking Tour

2. 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-breaking Institute for Sexual Science was shut down in 1933, and had its library destroyed during the notorious Nazi book-burnings. Walk through the Tiergarten, the city’s best-known gay meeting spot, located in the shadow of the Berlin Wall. Find out how queer figures, from the Prussian King Friedrich the Great to today’s openly gay mayor Klaus Wowereit, have shaped the history of Berlin.

Berlin: 2-Course Champagne Breakfast

3. Berlin: 2-Course Champagne Breakfast

Make the most of your trip to Berlin and celebrate the most important meal of the day. Head to one of the city’s most popular breakfast bars in the heart of Schoenberg, and start your day with a luxurious two-course breakfast. The breakfast includes two dishes of your choice from the menu (excluding caviar, lobster, and oyster dishes, which are subject to an additional fee). Highlights of the menu include all the breakfast classics and some surprising new favorites. While you eat, enjoy champagne and coffee, which is hand-roasted in trendy Kreuzberg.

Berlin: Self-Guided David Bowie-Themed Audiovisual Tour

4. Berlin: Self-Guided David Bowie-Themed Audiovisual Tour

Discover Berlin through the eyes of David Bowie and one of his longest-standing companions, the legendary musician Lou Reed, on a self-guided audiovisual tour using your smartphone. See the places where David lived, loved, partied, shopped, and simply hung out. See the places where he wrote and recorded songs, and played concerts all while discovering Berlin. Walk past striking facades on buildings as well as dark and narrow backyards on this tour. At each location, stop to complete entertaining tasks and answer questions and puzzles — a fun way to spend an afternoon with friends or family. Best of all, stop and start your tour whenever suits you, pausing to enjoy a beer or coffee before starting up again. Feel like you're a part of Bowie's life in Berlin every step of the way.

Berlin: Third Reich Under the Swastika Tour in Spanish

5. Berlin: Third Reich Under the Swastika Tour in Spanish

The 12 years that the Nazis ruled Germany left an indelible mark on Berlin. On this tour you will discover the impact the Nazis had on the city as you head to different locations, including the dramatic Olympic Stadium, site of the controversial 1936 games. Starting at Potsdamer Platz we will go to the Bendlerblock, the memorial to the German Resistance, where we will talk about the various resistance groups, such as the one organized by Claus von Stauffenberg who was executed in the inner courtyard, after a failed assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler. Visit the remains of an old war bunker in Schöneberg, and see the Volksgerichtshof (People’s Court) before heading into the Bavarian Quarter, formerly known as the “Jewish Switzerland,” where Albert Einstein once lived. You will learn about the Jewish persecution and continue to Track 17 in Grunewald, from where the Jewish population of Berlin was deported to the concentration camps. The tour ends in the impressive Olympic Stadium in the west of the city, where you will have time to explore, and learn about it's use throughout the subsequent years.

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4.6 / 5

based on 82 reviews

I really enjoyed my walking tour with Tobias. It was clear that he's an expert in this field as well as being an experienced tour guide. He was easy to find by the station This tour went more in-depth than I expected, and explored areas I would have never stopped to look. Tobias was professional, approachable and friendly, and I'd recommend this tour if you're interested in the history of queer Berlin.

Tobias was fantastic as a tour guide; super knowledgeable of Berlin's LGBTQ+ community development pre- and post-war. He brought these era's to life through walks to relevant places/landmarks, comparing to historical photographs/references, as well as historical, fun, and intriguing anecdotes. The tour ended on a high note as he brought us to the most charming cafe, Café Kalwil Berlin.

Super informative tour with the lovely Tobias, who just emits passion for the topic. Learned so much about the queer history of Berlin in such a short space of time and it’s helped me appreciate it so much more. 10/10!

Super nice experience, would definitely recommend! We got 2 courses of our own choice, welcome champagne and coffees. The staff was friendly and the atmosphere was very enjoyable for brunch.

had a good time, the tour guide had a lovely energy and was able to answer lots of questions