PRIME Limousines’ sight-seeing tours are the best way to get to know a new city. Berlin has so much to offer, you can hardly explore everything in one trip. The German capital city is full of culture and art, modern attractions and historical monuments which every visitor should have seen once in a life.
Between modern culture and historical sites
On your first visit to Berlin you will have difficulties in choosing the best out of numerous locations. We are happy to recommend some stages that will make your sightseeing tour a great experience. Please take advantage of our expert knowledge. We have compiled a selection of locations for you on an unforgettable sightseeing trip with PRIME Limousines.
The following stages could be scheduled on a trip:
Not only for foreign tourists, but always a mandatory part of a Berlin sightseeing tour is the Berlin Wall. For those who are interested in historical facts, visiting the Wall museum or the East Side Gallery, the longest remaining contiguous wall section, is a must-see. With a special tour guide you can get historical information and interesting facts at every stage on this tour, if desired.
- Brandenburg Gate
- Unter den Linden boulevard
- Museum island
- Berlin Cathedral
- East Side Gallery
- Hackescher Markt with Hackesche Höfe
- New Synagogue
Learning more about the history
You always feel a sense of history during a city tour of Berlin. While driving through East Berlin you will be confronted with the legacies of the GDR government. Originally, Berlin’s city center was too close to the GDR regime’s view on the wall. Therefore, the center was eventually moved to a new location at the Alexanderplatz which is called the Red Town Hall today, due to its red front.
An overview of our Berlin city tour
During your Berlin city tour you can rely on numerous popular attractions and highlights. We will stop at many touristic destinations such as the Brandenburg Gate or the beautiful boulevard Unter den Linden, the great Berlin Cathedral or the Friedrichstadtpalast, a great theatre where magnificent shows are on stage.
West Berlin has also much to offer for tourists as well as locals. Here you can find the kingly Charlottenburg Palace which was rebuilt after war, the ‘The Wealthy West Berlin’ and the massive Olympic stadium that Hitler has had built in 1936. The famous Kurfürstendamm is the best place for going on a shopping tour for exclusive designer clothes and many other brands. Close to the shopping area you will find the large Berlin Zoo, the species-richest zoo in the world and the oldest one in Germany.
- Government District
- Potsdamer Platz
- Tiergartenviertel (Embassy District)
- Bellevue Palace
- Victory Column
- Charlottenburg Palace
- Olympic stadium
- Uptown Grunewald
- Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church
- Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe)