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Berlin: Scavenger Hunt for School Classes and Families

1. Berlin: Scavenger Hunt for School Classes and Families

Explore exciting Berlin on your own with this scavenger hunt tour that gives families, school classes and day-trippers the opportunity to get to know Berlin in a unique way. The compact version of the Seductive Berlin City Game will lead you to the most famous sights of this vibrant city. The starting point for this unique Scavenger Hunt City Tour through Berlin will be the World Clock at Alexanderplatz. Continue on to the TV tower, which offers a wonderful view of the city of Berlin from its observation deck (ticket not included in the price). A puzzle will also await you at Berlin Cathedral, a perfect spot to take a little breather. You will be able to take a break from the Scavenger Hunt City Tour Berlin whenever you feel like it. Perhaps you would like to take a closer look at the Berlin Cathedral, for example, or visit the Pergamon Museum on Museum Island. Afterwards, continue on to the Neue Wache, the Humboldt University and probably the most beautiful place in Berlin, the Gendarmenmarkt with its picturesque French and German Cathedrals. Needless to say, the puzzles will also lead you to Pariser Platz, where the symbol of Berlin, Brandenburg Gate, stands. The tour will end at Potsdamer Platz with its famous Sony Center. The city game box contains 8 sealed and numbered envelopes with puzzles that need to be solved. Guided by clear and unambiguous directions, you will make your way through Berlin. Solve the puzzles and let the clues lead you to the next destination. The envelopes will also contain detailed background information of each attraction - its history and today's use, which can be used, among other things, for follow-up in class.

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Scavenger Hunt through Berlin

2. Scavenger Hunt through Berlin

Enjoy a unique tour of Berlin and adventure through the city unraveling riddles. If you are up to the challenge, Berlin awaits! The starting point of the "City Route I" is at the World Time Clock at Alexanderplatz. Then, head to the TV Tower, which has a viewing platform with wonderful views over the city (tickets not included). Continue on to the Rotes Rathaus and the Berlin Cathedral, where you’ll find further activities for the scavenger hunt. Then, visit the Museum Island with its 5 fantastic museums. Take a break there or visit one of the museums, such as the Pergamon Museum or the Neues Museum with stunning bust of Nefertiti. Find more tasks at Gendarmenmarkt, the beautiful square with French and German Cathedrals. Continue on to Pariser Platz and the Brandenburg Gate before experiencing the atmosphere at the Holocaust Memorial. Head on to Potsdamer Platz and Checkpoint Charlie but don't forget to solve those riddles. How the scavenger hunt through Berlin works: In the box there are between 8 and 16 closed and numbered envelopes. These include small tasks that need to be solved. With clear and understandable directions, you make your way through Berlin on foot. Solve the riddles and find your way to the next attraction in the city. At each location you will receive extensive background information.

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Berlin: Historical WWII City Exploration Game

3. Berlin: Historical WWII City Exploration Game

Be led on an exciting self-guided tour around Berlin while playing a mobile-based quest with your friends and family. Solve clues and discover the fascinating history behind its WWII monuments and attractions. Download the app, go to the starting point, and begin the adventure. Follow clues that will take you back in time to learn about the origins of some of downtown's most iconic buildings and tourist sites like the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. Here's a sneak peek at the storyline: “You are a nurse working in a retirement home. Your favorite patient Lilly has always talked about a lover who she used to have during WWII. Because of her dementia, she can't seem to remember their name or even where they are now. You decide that today is the day, and you are finally going to help find her lost love..." Unlock the secret stories of the places you visit as you solve the problem and guess the answers. Use the clues to lead you from one site to another. Each clue provides you with exact directions so you won't need a map, GPS, or guide. Complete the tour in about 1.5 hours, however, there’s no time limit, allowing you to go at your own pace. Play as a group or split into smaller groups/teams and compete against the others. Each person can also play on their own, separate from the group, and meet the group at the end of the tour.

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Berlin: Small Group Bike Tour Through City Center

4. Berlin: Small Group Bike Tour Through City Center

Begin your tour of Berlin's Mitte District on the historic Bornholmer Straße, where the first Berliners from East and West joined arms joyfully on the day the Berlin Wall fell. Discover the impressive New Synagogue and the Old Post Headquarters. See Berlin as a city of contrasts – from the Hauptbahnhof to the Charité. Visit the Government Quarter and the Reichstag, symbol of a united Berlin. Through the much-loved Tiergarten, Berlin's Central Park, you will ride onwards to the most famous landmark in the city: the Brandenburg Gate. Then, passing many historic monuments and interesting places, you will journey to Alexanderplatz, with the Red Town Hall, the TV Tower, the beautiful Neptune Fountain and the unique East German World Clock. Finally, you will cycle through hip Prenzlauerberg back to your starting point.

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Berlin: City Center Walking Tour

5. Berlin: City Center Walking Tour

Discover Berlin on this easy-going walking tour. You will start at the World Clock on Alexanderplatz, the place where all Berliners traditionally meet up. From here, there is an excellent view of some of the best-loved sights in the city, from the Red Town Hall to Berlin's towering Fernsehturm (TV Tower). Visit the exciting and many-faceted Nikolaiviertel and walk across the Schlossplatz to Berlin Cathedral. Wander down the famous Unter den Linden and see the intimately beautiful garden of the Prinzessinnenpalais, the princesses' palace, on Bebelplatz. Enjoy a coffee break on the Gendarmenmarkt and see places steeped in history, such as the Holocaust Memorial and the Brandenburg Gate.

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What people are saying about Weltzeituhr

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 190 reviews

a really good idea - you are really active!

We didn't want to just swim in the stream of tourists. Just finding the business was entertaining. We got into conversation with a number of people who wanted to help us and also helped. The thing with the envelopes was a good idea and we (as supposedly good observers and attentive tourists) often had to take a closer look or go back to answer the questions. The reference to the solutions in the last envelope was also helpful, but was not needed. A nice enrichment!

Fun experience

It was a really fun experience. The package was delivered to my hotel in Berlin. Great service. We were a bit sad that some of the places were closed because of construction. It made it difficult to find and we had to open the solution envelope a couple of times. But all in all a great way to see Berlin.

Just awesome

We had a lot of fun with the scavenger hunt city tour. Due to the many construction sites at the sights, the puzzles were sometimes even trickier to solve. But we did it and really had to laugh and talk. We look forward to the next one! Thanks very much.

Great way to see the city!

We did the scavenger hunt to get a nice way to see random places in the city. Worked out well. A couple places were under construction so made the directions a bit hard to follow but google maps helped in those instances. Overall great fun!

We had Berlin, it was fun exploring Berlin with the kids aged 9 and 11 ...