FAQ & Map

Where to find us

Tours meet just outside Friedrichstrasse station, on the corner of Friedrichstrasse and Georgenstrasse. Friedrichstrasse station is in the heart of the city and is accessible by train as well as lines S1, S2, S5, S7, S75, U6, M1 and countless bus lines in the area. 

Exit the station onto Georgenstrasse. Look for our sign next to the Bandy Brooks ice cream shop!

GPS coordinates:  52.5197 ,13.3886


Do I need to book in advance?

Bookings for our Craft Beer & Breweries are highly recommended, as places are limited. For all other tours, booking is optional. You have the possibility of booking your tickets in advance, which also helps us plan our tours better, but no bookings are necessary. Just show up and join us at the meeting point!

(We request groups above 8 people to give us advance notification. In the highly unlikely event that too many participants join our tours, guests with advance bookings will have priority.) 

Do the tours run everyday?

Yes! Rain or shine, our Best of Berlin Tour and Berlin Free Tour run everyday. We don’t do tours on the 25th of December and the 1st of January.

What language are the tours?

All regular tours are in English. We offer private tours in a variety of languages including French, Spanish, Russian, Hebrew and more – get in touch for details!

Do I need public transportation tickets?

Public transportation tickets are only needed for our Potsdam and Craft Beer tours. Our daily tours are completely on foot and no other tickets are required.

Do we stop for snacks or lunch?

You’ll stop for coffee and snacks on each tour, as well as for lunch on our Best of Berlin and Potsdam tours. You’ll have a selection of different food options to choose from, or you can pack your own lunch and bring it along.

How fast is the pace? Do we walk a lot?

While we cover a lot of sights and history, the distances covered are manageable and the pace is suitable for all participants who are fit to walk at a comfortable pace.

Anything I should bring?

A bottle of water and good shoes are always handy. Dress very warm in the winter!