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• 6 hours
- Bike rental
- Please bring your printed voucher
- Duration: 6 hours
- Distance: approx. 6 miles (10km)
- Departure times: 10:00
- January, February, March and Decemeber on Tuesday and Saturday
- April through November daily
- Departure point: Outside the entrance of the TV Tower at Alexanderplatz.
- Please present yourself at the location 15 minutes prior to the departure.
- Cancellation more then a week in advance: administration costs of 15% must be paid
- Cancellation between a week and 72 hours prior to departure date: 50% of the total amount must be paid
- Cancellation less than 72 hours prior to departure date : 100% of the total amount must be paid
- No show: no restitution
Day City Bike Tour
An exciting day spent cycling in Berlin
With 3.5 million people of over 180 nationalities, perhaps no city in Europe is as cosmopolitan as Berlin. It is known for its historical events in the 20th century, and what better way to witness this history than from the seat of a touring bike? Cycling in Berlin is a healthy activity to enjoy during your trip to Germany. Riding along with your guide, you’ll cover 10 kilometers in 270 minutes on a carefully plotted route that includes the important historical points of interest in Berlin. The safe route makes cycling in Berlin fun, and on this tour, you'll arrive at each location easily, no matter what your skill-level is.
There's nothing like cycling in Germany
Cycling in Germany is the perfect way to see 20th-century history firsthand, and there's no shortage of historical attractions in the German capital Berlin. Almost all the highlights in Berlin tell a story, and cycling in Berlin puts the story right in front of you. From the somber to the spectacular, you'll be immersed in the midst of the most important locations in European history. During this tour, you'll visit Brandenburg Gate, an enduring symbol of the German nation, and sites of pivotal historical moments such as Napoleon's conquest of Europe and David Hasselhoff's famous 1989 concert. You'll also see the striking Reichstag, finished in 1894, and embodying the Neo-Baroque style typical of European parliaments. No day of cycling in Berlin would be complete without a stop at one of its Biergartens. Cool off on a break from cycling in Germany in the largest park of the city. Your guide will answer all your questions and has a wealth of trivia to share, so don't hesitate to ask about the sights on this Berlin bike tour. Cycling in Germany is always a rewarding and memorable tourist activity, and this guided bike tour is no exception.
Get ready for a Berlin bike trip to remember
Berlin has every kind of sightseeing adventures, but this bike tour makes cycling in Berlin a snap. Finely-tuned bikes and the professionalism you've come to expect from Berlin City Tours make the Cycling in Berlin tour a fantastic value for visitors to Berlin. Cycling in Berlin is a refreshing tourist activity that delights visitors of all ages. So strap on your helmet and get ready to experience Berlin on this fantastic tour!
The famous border crossing between East Berlin and West Berlin for Allied forces and foreigners is now an outdoor exhibit detailing the Cold War.
See one of the last remaining sections of the Berlin Wall, now under historical protection, as we discussed why it was built and how it fell.
Stand above Hitler's bunker as we recount the final days of the Third Reich and Hitler's bizarre demise.
See one of the last remaining watchtowers in the Berlin Wall no-man's-land isolating West Berlin within East Germany.
Arguably Germany's most famous monument, the Brandenburg Gate served as a backdrop for many of Berlin's most important events: Napoleon's march into Berlin, the division of Berlin during the Cold War, famous speeches (Reagan) and concerts (Hasselhof!), and much more.
The massive former headquarters building of the Nazi Luftwaffe Ministry still stands and is now the main building of Germany's Finance Ministry.
Beer Garden Break
About 2/3 through the tour we stop at a fantastic beer garden in the heart of Berlin's massive city park. This is a great chance to plug your guide for more inside information.
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
This recently-finished memorial is powerful to all who visit. Its 2711 blocks of various heights sit on undulating ground to give those walking through it a sense of solice and solitude.
Directly in front of the main building and library of Germany's most prestigious university, this was the site of the Nazi's infamous book-burning on May 10, 1933.
This is home to five of Berlin's most famous museums, notably the Pergamon Museum and the Egyptian Museum (now housed in the Altes Museum).
Germany's famous parliament building stood just in front of the Wall in West Berlin, a testament that the final chapters of Berlin's 20th Century had yet to be written. Germany moved it's federal government back to Berlin in 1999.
The new "downtown" of Berlin with unparalleled modern architecture.
Soviet War Memorial
See the first of more than 500 war memorials the Soviets had built in former East Germany. This is the site of the first Soviet tanks to enter into Berlin in April 1945 as well as where 2500 fallen Soviet troops are buried.
This massive symbol of victory by the Prussian army over the Danes, Austrians, and French was relocated along the massive East-West Axis in accordance to Hitler's infamous redesign of Berlin