The best way to physically feel a city is by exploring it by foot!
In a variety of tours we are able to show you all aspects of Berlin's rich history and its vibrant present!
Go on a historical tour down Unter den Linden boulevard, touching on all major currents of Berlin and German and World History from the Prussian rule via the two World Wars, Nazism and the division of a City and the whole world, overcome by the fall of the wall at the Brandenburg Gate.
We can also show you special tours on the traces of Berlin's Nazi past, on the shining day of the Wilhelminian empire, Socialist Berlin, or by visiting trendy neighbourhoods such as Prenzlauer Berg or Kreuzberg.
There are no limits to exploring a city by foot!
See all the fantastic historical places with a tour from Berlin Out There. Layer upon layer of Berlin’s urban history is located in Alexanderplatz, interweaving centuries of social, political and architectural history.
And this, together with the sense of freedom and possibility lingering in the air since the Wall fell, has made it the hotspot for Europe's artists. Stop by any of the hipster bars in areas like Prenzlauer Berg, Mitte or Friedrichshain and you'll find yourself clinking beer glasses with painters, installation artists and young designers.
A really great choice for a city break! If you're looking to escape to Berlin and need a hotel or flight & hotel, Berlin Out There has a great selection of deals for everyone so you're sure to find one to suit you.
Berlin has many layers of dynamic history, and there is no better place to experience them than the city centre Berlin Mitte, literally 'middle.' Largely hidden behind the Berlin wall during the Cold War, Mitte provides the clearest window into the city's medieval origins, its Prussian and Nazi past, its legacy as a divided city, and the constant change that is New Berlin.
In our webpage you can find tours through the new government district, contemporary culture and art, and state of the art architecture, as well as Berlin's must-see highlights from the Reichstag to the Brandenburg Gate to the newly completed Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe.