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Guided Walking Tours

Graffity in KreuzbergContrasts in Kreuzberg

Good and evil, old and new, peaceful and chaotic - and with special attention to sweet and sour, of course . . .

The guided tour from Südstern to Market Hall 9 leads through one of the most contrasting districts of Berlin, where the city's past and present interact in a rather curious fashion. We will not only compare history with the here and now but also see, taste and experience Berlin and the world through insider stories.

Contact, Booking and Infos:
Dagmar Lutz, Kurze Straße 3a, 12167 Berlin
Fon 030 - 531 687 65
Mobil 0176 - 575 359 99
www.berlinoberlin.com
info@berlinoberlin.com

Meeting Point: Thursday, 3 pm
Restaurant Seerose, Körterstr.38
How to get there: U-Bahnhof Südstern (U7)
Duration: Appr. 2 hours, price 10 Euro

TV Tower AlexanderplatzNow and Then, Shadow and Light

Starting from Alexanderplatz, we will pass Rosa Luxemburg-Platz and walk along Torstraße, Berlin's new hangout street. Then we'll head to Nordbahnhof and to the Berlin Wall Memorial. From there, our tour will lead us to the Mauerpark through Schönhauser Allee to the Kulturbrauerei – the “Culture Brewery”.

Contact, Booking and Infos:
Dagmar Lutz, Kurze Straße 3a, 12167 Berlin
Fon 030 - 531 687 65
Mobil 0176 - 575 359 99
www.berlinoberlin.com
info@berlinoberlin.com

Meeting Point: Friday, 3 pm
at the World Clock at Alexanderplatz
How to get there: U-/S-Bahn Alexanderplatz
Duration: Appr. 2 ½ hours, price: 15 Euro

KeystrokeChaos and Structure

Friedrichhain, the new party district in the East, offers much of the alternative culture that Kreuzberg in the West had been famous for in the past. We will take a stroll from the boulevard Frankfurter Allee, known for its Soviet gingerbread style, to the side streets and their so-called “Kiez”-culture where squatters live next to normal people; where fancy bars alternate with creative shops; where, along the river Spree, recognized art meets “forbidden” art; where the East Side Gallery fights for its survival against investor's interests - and where you can dive into Berlin's vibrant nightlife after the tour: in a stylish restaurant or in one of the outlandish nightclubs that can be found all the way to Ostkreuz.

Contact, Booking and Infos:
Dagmar Lutz, Kurze Straße 3a, 12167 Berlin
Fon 030 - 531 687 65
Mobil 0176 - 575 359 99
www.berlinoberlin.com
info@berlinoberlin.com

Meeting Point: Saturday 3 pm
Café Tasso, Frankfurter Allee 11
How to get there: U5 Frankfurter Tor
Duration: Appr. 2 ½ hours, price 15 Euro