Walking Tours through Berlin's Centre

Discover the secrets of Berlin's localities on foot. We open hidden doors and show you places that you won't find in your tourist guide: architecture and townplanning, the 'in' scene and nightlife.

Overview Walking Tours

Do you want to know more about Berlin's situation in the Hitler Time and in 1945? Discover on this tour through Berlin’s center the downfall of the 3rd Reich and the final days of the 2nd World War. At first we show you the Nazi headquarters of power and terror – Himmler’s SS, Görings Air Force...
Since the Berlin Wall came down, the German Capital has changed enormously, especially in its historical centre. During an exiting walking tour from Brandenburg Gate to the new Berlin Palace (Humboldt-Forum), and from the Berlin Cathedral via from Museum Island to the Government Quarter with...
2017 the Protestants all over the world celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation that started in 1517 when Martin Luther hammered his 99 theses on the front door of the Palace Church in Wittenberg. For this occasion I want to take you on a special walking tour to several important...
    Discover amidst the guided promenade the unique and wonderfully renovated courtyards of the late 19th century, the tolerance mile in which Protestants, Catholics and Jews lived peacefully next to each other and...
    Especially in the evening and during the night the courtyards around the Hackesche Markt become a meeting point for all the night hawks. Enjoy lounging in that heart of Berlin and top the evening with a visit...
Pankow - for many a name synonymous with the communist GDR, its structures and its representatives. And at the same time this part of the city, rich in history, has several faces: see the villas, parks and the an unhappy queen's palace (Schoenhausen) - our tour includes a guided visit of the...
The longest remaining piece of the Berlin Wall has a length of 1286 meters and is situated at the shore of the Spree River between the Oberbaumbrücke (most beautiful bridge of Berlin) and the East Station (Ostbahnhof). In spring 1990 here met 118 artists from 21 different countries and painted 100...

Contact

Tobias v. Schoenebeck Schoenebeck-Kulturarrangements
Reuterstraße 85
Berlin
12053
+49-(0)30-691 55 08 mail@ska-berlin.de