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Berlin Backstreets and Hidden Spots Walking Tour with Berliner Doughnut Tasting


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Let a local expert show you the city of Berlin outside the tourist radar and see significant historic sites such as the Palace of Tears, Humboldt University, Jewish Quarter and the Berlin Wall.

Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellations made after 10:00 local time, 2 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

Activity Detail


  • One (1) Berliner doughnut
  • Berlin Wall through Virtual reality headsets
  • English-speaking guide

Min/Max Quantity To Book

  • Max Qty: 12 (Maximum tickets can be booked)

Start Timings

  • 10:00


  • 4 (hrs)

Check In/Pickup Location Details

  • The Melia Hotel is close to the Friedrichstraße suburban station.

Additional Notes

  • The tour will go ahead in all weather conditions. However, if cancelled due to extreme circumstances, your leader will contact you to move your tour to another day. You will be informed via email or local contact number.
  • This tour operates with a maximum of 12 people.
  • Please note the the oldest bakery in Berlin is closed on Sundays. The visit will be replaced by a different activity for the Sunday tour customers.

Dressing & Items to Bring

  • Walking shoes
  • Comfortable clothing
  • Rain gear (depending on the weather)


Berlin Backstreets and Hidden Spots Walking Tour with Berliner Doughnut Tasting
09:45:00 Check-in at Melia Hotel Entrance

Day: Day1
10:00:00 Palace of Tears
Start your walking tour with a visit to the Palace of Tears, which served as the departure point of those crossing the border from East to West Germany. The site witnessed anguished farewells as families, friends and couples were separated, leading uncertain futures.
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Outside the Humboldt University
See the grand facade of Humboldt University and stand on the infamous spot where books were burned in 1933. Stop by the Museum Island, a UNESCO World Heritage site where five exceptional museums can be found.
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Jewish Quarter
Proceed to the Jewish Quarter for a glimpse into the gloomy history of German Jews during World War II. But also get to hear stories of heroism and real-life tales about philosopher Moses Mendelssohn and Martin Luther King's surprise visit to East Berlin.
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Berliner Tasting
Pause for a tasty break at one of Berlin's oldest family-run bakeries where you can enjoy a Berliner (traditional German doughnut).
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Berlin Wall and Virtual Reality Experience
Venture to the backstreets of Berlin and view the typical tenement houses in the area. Cap the day off with an exciting virtual reality experience at the Berlin Wall. With your guide, you'll be taken back in time, from when the Wall was built to its demolition from an east and a west perspective.
Day: Day1
14:00:00 Tour Ends at the Berlin Wall Memorial

Day: Day1

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