Bike Tours: City Bike Tour
A bike tour that has it all! Experience Berlin´s city center on two wheels and learn all the exciting stories about the Berlin Wall, the Reichstag and Brandenburg Gate as well as the history of Berlin´s royals and its medieval past. On this tour you will get an idea why Berliners use their bicycles more often than their cars, encounter residential areas, the Government Quarter, a royal palace and Germany´s highest building. Start and end of the tour is at the historic site where the Berlin Wall first fell in November 1989.
- Public Tour with fixed tour dates
- Covers all the highlights in the city center
- Government Quarter and Brandenburg Gate
- Unter den Linden and Alexanderplatz
Near city train station “Bornholmer Strasse”
(you will receive the exact address and additional information with your booking confirmation)
Prices (incl. all taxes):
Price per person including bike rental
Regular price € 27
Students € 20
To book use the yellow “Select date” button on this page. You will find a calendar with all available dates listed. Choose one date and proceed with booking. If you have questions mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +49-30-220118889 Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time.
This is a public tour. For a private tour which starts at the Television Tower at the time you demand see Berlin City Bike Tour >>>.
The tour starts at Bornholmer Brücke where the first border crossing was opened on the 9th of November 1989. From there it takes you to the golden dome of the New Synagogue on Oranienburger Strasse and the splendor of the world´s largest show stage at Friedrichstadtpalast. From there it continues through the Government Quarter with the Reichstag building, past Brandenburg Gate, the Holocaust Memorial and Potsdamer Platz to the historical part of the city with Gendarmenmarkt, Unter den Linden and the reconstruction site of the city palace. You will see the Nicholas Quarter with Berlin´s oldest church, the Red Town Hall and Alexanderplatz with the TV Tower which is 368 m high. From there you will cycle through typical residential quarters and eventually get back to Bornholmer Brücke where you started.