This tour runs from March 31st only!
About the tour
New! Get €2 off each additional tour after your first tour!
(You can select the discount when booking your ticket.)
A tour to the origins of Berlin’s free spirit.
Berlin has long been the alternative capital of Europe: a chaotic mish mash of beaten up buildings, non-stop nightlife, and a charming disregard for prosperity. But what about the Berliners themselves? Well, they’ve always been a rowdy bunch – never afraid of butting heads, and hard, with the powers that be. Indeed, there’s a spirit of rebellion that has always and continues to run thick through the Hauptstadt’s veins.
Come with us as we illuminate the anarchy. We’ll walk the cabaret mile of the roaring 20s when sex, drugs and nihilism were the Berliner’s bread and butter, remember civilian riots against the iron grip of the Hohenzollern monarchy, head into the heart of Kreuzberg to do some squat hopping and discuss how gentrification is changing the face of one of the city’s most hardcore anti-establishment areas, and size up how Berliners are gearing themselves up to fight for the issues that matter in the here and now. A hard hat and an open mind recommended.
The old Berlin Cabaret Mile
Ruins of World War II
Former squats and centers of political activism
Famous nightlife districts and multicultural neighbourhoods
Wall strip and remains of the border
House built from leftovers on the former site of the Wall
Tours meet at Friedrichstrasse station in central Berlin. See map and directions >>>
- You’ll need a single Berlin AB transport ticket, which you can purchase on the spot.
Spaces are limited, please book in advance. Show-ups are welcome but we cannot guarantee a spot without booking.
Children up to 12 go for free.
Tours run regardless of weather.
We reserve the right to cancel the tour in the rare event that there aren’t enough participants.