Cycle past the some of the most famous locations from Berlin history during this 6-hour guided excursion by electric bike. Pedal along with your guide as you revisit some of the most important locations that defined the 20th century and beyond, letting your electric bike do most of the work if you’re feeling tired.
Start your trip in the morning from Alexanderplatz, hopping aboard your cycle for a ride through the streets of the German capital. During your relaxed ride, you’ll stop to see iconic locations including Checkpoint Charlie, Potsdamer Platz, the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Schloßplatz, Gendarmenmarkt, the Holocaust Memorial and Tiergarten park. You’ll also have a have a chance to ride past Tempelhofer Park, the city’s largest park (and the former home of Tempelhof Airfield) and the Kurfürstendamm, the main street in old West Berlin.
Because you’re riding by bike, you’ll also get to see areas of Berlin normally not explored by visitors. This includes Viktoria Park, Bergmannkiez and Bebelplatz, the infamous location of Nazi book burning. As you ride, listen for the informative commentary of your guide, who will share anecdotes and historical facts about the city, with particular emphasis on the Cold War period.
Finish your ride near Berlin’s Alexanderplatz where you began.