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Berlin city tours are one of the best ways to explore the German capital. Berlin is not a compact city and with a guided tour, you learn more about what you see outside the windows of the bus that takes you around the city. You’ll make your way by the best sights of the city, including Alexanderplatz, Potsdamer Platz, the Brandenburg Gate and even the Berlin Wall. Berlin Sightseeing tours From Neptunbrunnen to Gendarmenmarkt and all the way to Kudamm, tours in Berlin take you all over the city. There are different guided excusions at different times of the year, with some speciality trips around events in the city, such as the Festival of Lights and the annual Christmas markets. Which is why there are day and night tours. All the guided tours in Berlin we offer tickets for here, always are in English and sometimes other languages as well, making them fun and accessible to most if not all tourists visiting the city. We’re here to get you the best tours and tickets in Berlin, so take a look around to explore all there is on offer. What are the best Berlin tours for first-time visitors? For first-time visitors of Berlin it is recommend to take a more general tour to get to know the city, such as the Berlin Open Top Bus Tour or the City Sightseeing bus. The hop on hop off bus from City Sightseeing will take you to all the best things to do in Berlin. Both excursions have informative audio guides in multiple languages to tell you about the city. If you’ve been to the city before you might prefer a trip with a more specific focus, dedicated to a specific area of the city or part of its culture. In autumn, the Festival of Lights is best seen with the Tour of Lights. And Museum Island is best discovered with a walking tour. Where to go on a self-guided Berlin tour? If you prefer to explore the city on your own without a guide, there is nothing wrong with that. But there are a couple of places that should be on your must-visit list for a self-guided tour of Berlin. Alexanderplatz: this busy square features attractions, cafes and restaurants Museum Island: a UNESCO World Heritage listed sight with five amazing museums East Side Gallery: the longest open-air gallery in the world Gendarmenmarkt: this square is flanked by two beautiful cathedrals and a concert hall Potsdamer Platz: an historic square filled with entertainment, restaurants and shops Holocaust Memorial: one of the most important in Germany, a place of remembrance and commemoration Brandenburg Gate: some would argue you haven’t been to Berlin if you haven’t seen this gate Reichstag Building: the dome on top of the building gives beautiful views over the city Victory Column in the heart of Tiergarten: this landmark tower sits in the heart of the lungs of the German capital Checkpoint Charlie: a reminder of the border that once divided the city with nearby multiple museums and attractions dedicated to that time of Berlin’s past Many of the sights listed above are part of Berlin City Sightseeing’s Walking Tour through Mitte, which you can take on your own for free in their app. Why choose a Berlin tour? Exploring the German capital is a must on your visit, as it is the best way to discover the many facets it has. From its rich history, especially during the 20th-century, to its cultural diversity and varied architecture, there is something to discover for everyone in the capital of Germany. There are world-class museums, diverse neighbourhoods, amazing food and snacks, wild nightlife and glorious green spaces to explore.