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The Hidden Gems Along Berlin's Line 3 Subway Line
Berlin- Berlin- Germany
3 Hours
5 Persons
English/German
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Brief

Few, if any Berlin tourists are aware of the fact that one of Berlin's Subway Lines is so beautiful that it's even been compared to that of Moscow! But not only are some of the stations really spectacular in their design, there's also lots to see when getting off, as this line connects the gay village with one of Berlin's poshest neighbourhoods, so there's lots of diversity and unexpected beauty to be seen here, most of it concerning areas and places where hardly any tourists ever venture! Moreover, there's plenty of delicious pastry and cakes to be enjoyed, so if you've got a sweet tooth -  this tour's for you! 

Tour Detail

About you local guide:

  • Martin Sauter, German-born and raised, and I have experienced the fall of The Wall first hand. I have since lived in Paris, London, and Bath where I gained an MA and a PhD before returning to Berlin a few years ago. 
  • I am fluent in 3 languages - English, French and, of course, German. I am very curious by nature, and no city could possibly be more of a challenge to the curious mind than Berlin as you seem to forever come across some new sights and buildings in the most unlikely and unexpected places.

Meeting point: Nollendorfplatz > quick explanation of the square and the buildings surrounding it. 

  1. First stop: Wittenbergplatz, where we get off to go up to the Food Halls of the fabled KaDeWe department store. At Lenotre, lovers of coffee and cake will have a field day. 
  2. Second stop: Hohenzollernplatz, where we also get off to explore this recently, beautifully, restored station which is named after Prussia's former ruling family. 
  3. Third stop: Fehrbelliner Platz. We get off, checking out the flamboyant 1970s station design  of Line 7 followed by a quick stroll to Germany's oldest mosque, dating from the 1920s and which looks like a smaller version of the Taj Mahal.
  4. Fourth stop: Heidelberger Platz, where we briefly get off, just to take in the Cathedral-like station. 
  5. Fifth Stop: Rüdesheimer Platz, which is one of Berlin's prettest squares with a famous fountain at its centre, surrounded by faux-Tudor buildings from the turn of the century. After exploring the square, we'll stop for another coffee at the quaint cafe "Lotte". 
  6. Sixth stop: Podbielskiallee. Having taken in the castle-like station we stroll along this mansion-lined boulevard which is situated in one of Berlin's most affluent neighbouhoods. Eventially, we'll reach the: 
  7. Seventh stop of our tour: The Royal Garden Academy, which will conclude the tour, and which ends in the Academy's beautiful cafe where excellent tea, coffee and organic cakes and pies are served. So, for anyone with a sweet tooth and and eye for detail this tour is a must as it highlights a side of Berlin the casual tourist neither gets to see, nor expects! 
Price Detail
Inclusions
  • guided tour & commentary 
Exclusions
  • Metro (U-Bahn) tickets
  • drinks, coffee, pastry, etc. 
Cancellation Policy
You will get
100% refund if cancel 7 or more days before the tour starts.
80% refund if cancel within 6 days before the tour starts.
50% refund if cancel within 5 days before the tour starts.
NO refund if cancel within 3 days before the tour starts.
You will be refunded for all costs EXCEPT Processing Fees

Guests can get full refunds at any time of cancellation prior to the actual date of the tour if that cancellation is due to a Force Major reason. Force Major reasons include but are not limited to war, civil insurrection, strikes, volcanoes, extreme weather, earthquake, and natural disasters.
Please contact with me, If you need more info!
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The Hidden Gems Along Berlin's Line 3 Subway Line
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
3 Hours
5 Persons
English/German
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Brief

Few, if any Berlin tourists are aware of the fact that one of Berlin's Subway Lines is so beautiful that it's even been compared to that of Moscow! But not only are some of the stations really spectacular in their design, there's also lots to see when getting off, as this line connects the gay village with one of Berlin's poshest neighbourhoods, so there's lots of diversity and unexpected beauty to be seen here, most of it concerning areas and places where hardly any tourists ever venture! Moreover, there's plenty of delicious pastry and cakes to be enjoyed, so if you've got a sweet tooth -  this tour's for you! 

Tour Detail

About you local guide:

  • Martin Sauter, German-born and raised, and I have experienced the fall of The Wall first hand. I have since lived in Paris, London, and Bath where I gained an MA and a PhD before returning to Berlin a few years ago. 
  • I am fluent in 3 languages - English, French and, of course, German. I am very curious by nature, and no city could possibly be more of a challenge to the curious mind than Berlin as you seem to forever come across some new sights and buildings in the most unlikely and unexpected places.

Meeting point: Nollendorfplatz > quick explanation of the square and the buildings surrounding it. 

  1. First stop: Wittenbergplatz, where we get off to go up to the Food Halls of the fabled KaDeWe department store. At Lenotre, lovers of coffee and cake will have a field day. 
  2. Second stop: Hohenzollernplatz, where we also get off to explore this recently, beautifully, restored station which is named after Prussia's former ruling family. 
  3. Third stop: Fehrbelliner Platz. We get off, checking out the flamboyant 1970s station design  of Line 7 followed by a quick stroll to Germany's oldest mosque, dating from the 1920s and which looks like a smaller version of the Taj Mahal.
  4. Fourth stop: Heidelberger Platz, where we briefly get off, just to take in the Cathedral-like station. 
  5. Fifth Stop: Rüdesheimer Platz, which is one of Berlin's prettest squares with a famous fountain at its centre, surrounded by faux-Tudor buildings from the turn of the century. After exploring the square, we'll stop for another coffee at the quaint cafe "Lotte". 
  6. Sixth stop: Podbielskiallee. Having taken in the castle-like station we stroll along this mansion-lined boulevard which is situated in one of Berlin's most affluent neighbouhoods. Eventially, we'll reach the: 
  7. Seventh stop of our tour: The Royal Garden Academy, which will conclude the tour, and which ends in the Academy's beautiful cafe where excellent tea, coffee and organic cakes and pies are served. So, for anyone with a sweet tooth and and eye for detail this tour is a must as it highlights a side of Berlin the casual tourist neither gets to see, nor expects! 
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Price Detail
  • guided tour & commentary 
  • Metro (U-Bahn) tickets
  • drinks, coffee, pastry, etc. 
Cancellation Policy
You will get
100% refund if cancel 7 or more days before the tour starts.
80% refund if cancel within 6 days before the tour starts.
50% refund if cancel within 5 days before the tour starts.
NO refund if cancel within 3 days before the tour starts.
You will be refunded for all costs EXCEPT Processing Fees

Guests can get full refunds at any time of cancellation prior to the actual date of the tour if that cancellation is due to a Force Major reason. Force Major reasons include but are not limited to war, civil insurrection, strikes, volcanoes, extreme weather, earthquake, and natural disasters.
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