Arrive at Berlin’s Warschauer U-Bahn Station in the morning, where you’ll meet your knowledgeable guide. Begin your walking and eating exploration by heading to Berlin’s Raw Market, a site that will help put the city’s incredible transformation between 1865 and 1989 into context. If you start to feel hungry for more than just information, not to worry: a stop at one of Berlin’s best kebab shops is just around the corner.
Continue your foot-powered food adventure as you explore some of East Berlin’s trendiest art galleries, Soviet-era boulevards and colorful street art before taking a break for ‘Flammenkuchen,’ a flatbread style German tart at a local restaurant. You’ll also stop by another boutique bakery, where you can sample a variety of cakes and pastries.
Still have room for more tasty snacks? Enjoy some Currywurst, one of Berlin’s most iconic street-style sausage meals, and then sample a taste of the city’s immigrant community as you enjoy a special Turkish sweet. You’ll finish your trip at the East Side Gallery, one of the most famous remaining sections of the Berlin Wall, including the chance to try one last special food treat.