Berlin sightseeing

Berlin Sightseeing

In Berlin, the European history of the modern era can be experienced more vividly than in almost any other city. Discover a vibrant metropolis full of sites of far-reaching historical developments with k3 city tours Berlin.

Sights such as the Brandenburg Gate, Museum Island and the television tower on Alexanderplatz are not to be missed on a Berlin sightseeing tour, which we will show you on our Berlin city tour along the magnificent boulevard “Unter den Linden”. Experience the contrast between the socialist architecture around Alexanderplatz in the former eastern part of the city and the impressive neoclassical buildings around Gendarmenmarkt, one of Berlin’s most beautiful squares.

Gendarmenmarkt is also home to the Schauspielhaus theatre, one of the most important buildings by architect, urban planner and master builder Karl Friedrich Schinkel, whose extensive work we present to you on our Schinkel tour in the Mitte district.

Stadtrundfahrt in Berlin

Friends of modern architecture and contemporary history will get their money’s worth on our guided tour “Berlin’s new centre” and can explore Berlin around Potsdamer Platz on a sightseeing tour. Hear about the urban planners’ discussions surrounding the redevelopment of the formerly derelict area around the Berlin Wall and see the spectacular modern buildings that have been built here since the 1990s.

With the reunification of Germany in 1990, not only did the areas of the former death strip become accessible again, but it also became necessary to construct numerous new buildings to house the German government and associated institutions that had moved from Bonn to Berlin. This is how the government quarter, which we show you on our Berlin sightseeing tour “Government Quarter”, was created in the former no man’s land of the German-German border.

While only symbolic installations such as the “Parliament of Trees” by the artist Ben Wagin still remind us of the Wall that cut through the German capital in today’s government district, parts of the Berlin Wall are still preserved elsewhere, impressively illustrating the division of Berlin, Germany and the world during the Cold War. On our Wall tour, you can hear how the Wall divided families almost overnight and how East Berliners attempted to reach the western part of the city and thus West Germany in daring escape manoeuvres.

Architekturführung zu Friedrich Schinkel in Berlin

Berlin has many different fascinating faces, which we will show you on our city tours in the individual districts: Experience Berlin as a centre of alternative lifestyles on our Kreuzberg tour, stroll between Wilhelminian-style buildings that tell of the district’s heyday in the “Golden Twenties” on our Charlottenburg tour, discover the heart of West Berlin on the “City-West” tour between Ku’damm and Bahnhof Zoo or stroll through one of the capital’s hippest districts on the Prenzlauer Berg tour. You can experience Berlin sightseeing with all your senses on our “Berlin Culinary” tour, where you will experience the Spandau suburb from its most delicious side.

For all those who want to do as much Berlin sightseeing as possible in a short time, k3 stadtführungen also offers city tours by bus or bike. Whether on foot, by bike or by bus – we look forward to introducing you to our exciting city!

Weltzeituhr und Fernsehturm am Berliner Alexanderplatz