City Tour Berlin
Hop on Hop off Sightseeing Bus Tour
Buy and download your tickets easily online. A nice start to discover Berlin!
► 30 Hop on, Hop off stops
► Departure every 10/20 min
► Audio commentary in 20 languages
► Free map & headphones
► Online discount
► Family discounts
► Children up to 6 free!
► Free WiFi onboard
► Berlin’s most important sights
► Comfortable payment by credit card/Paypal
Routes & Live-Tracker
Live Tracking enables you to see the position of our sightseeing busses.
Info Yellow Tour
The City Tour Berlin "Yellow" allows you the opportunity to discover Berlin’s most famous landmarks and monuments. Let one of our Berlin sightseeing bus take you on an exciting tour of the city that stretches from Alexanderplatz in the east, to the stately Charlottenburg Palace in the westernmost end of the city. With the fall of the Wall in 1989, Berlin regained its historical city centre even though much was lost during the war. Berlin made a fast reconstruction of the main monuments, turning this area into houses gems of modern architecture such as the Kulturforum, the Berlin Cathedral or the German Parliament. Discover Berlin’s major sights on our Classic Tour: Alexanderplatz, the TV Tower, the Museum Island a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Brandenburg Gate, KaDeWe, Checkpoint Charlie, and many more highlights waiting for you!
Stops: Kurfürstendamm, KaDeWe, Lützowplatz, Kulturforum, Potsdamer Platz, Checkpoint Charlie, Gendarmenmarkt, Alexanderplatz/TV Tower, Neptunbrunnen, Museum Island, Berliner Dom, Lustgarten/Museum Island, Unter den Linden, Brandenburg Gate/Parliament, Central Station, Victory Column, Bellevue Palace, Straße des 17. Juni / Flea Market, Charlottenburg Palace, Antiquitätenmeile in der Suarezstraße
Info Purple Tour
Our City Tour Berlin "Purple" will introduce you to Berlin’s trendy areas Mitte, Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain and Prenzlauer Berg. This hop-on hop-off tour also has a historical component, as it travels along the path of the former Berlin Wall, giving you a sense of how the city was divided into East and West Berlin until 1989. See the East Side Gallery (the largest conserved part of the Berlin wall) begins; we find Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain, two of the most active, creative and vibrant neighbourhoods of this city. Whether you wish to enjoy a drink in one of the stylish bars in Kottbusser Tor, scout the fashionable boutiques around Hackescher Markt, or hunt for one-of-a-kind bargains at the Mauerpark flea market.
Stops: Alexanderplatz, Hackesche Höfe, Central Station, Berlin Wall Memorial, Mauerpark, Kollwitzplatz (Prenzlauer Berg), Karl-Marx-Allee, Simon-Dach-Straße, East-Side-Gallery/Mercedes Benz Arena, Ostbahnhof, Oranienplatz/ Kreuzberg, Jewish Museum