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A Wunderwald Berlin
Spechtstraße 24a
13505 Berlin

By bus and boat through Berlin


Berlin by land and by water

Get to know Berlin as a water city! Two rivers, the Spree and the Havel, run through the city center in large arcs and offer many insights that would not be possible from the countryside.

But first it’s time to get on the bus and sit back! The combined tour starts with a classic city tour. Our professional guides will show you the most famous sights. Afterwards, the tour continues by ship.

You will experience Berlin as a city of bridges and can let your gaze wander over the government district, the Tiergarten and Bellevue Palace. And who knows? Maybe even the Federal President will wave to you from there.

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The city tour is perfect for anyone who wants to discover Berlin from multiple perspectives.

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Brandenburg Gate
The Brandenburg Gate, built in 1791, is today a highly symbolic Landmark of Berlin.
Als historisches Tor erinnert es an die deutsche Teilung und
now stands as a symbol of unity. It is a popular meeting place and a
attraction for tourists from all over the world, who enjoy its majestic beauty
admire and want to experience the history it represents.
Unter den Linden
The Berlin street "Unter den Linden" was laid out in the 17th century and is regarded
today as one of the most famous and magnificent streets in Berlin. It is lined
of magnificent buildings, such as the Berlin Cathedral and the State Opera House,
as well as numerous monuments. Today it is an important traffic artery and
popular destination for tourists and locals.
Victory Column

The Victory Column - called the Gold Else- on the Great Star in the Great Tiergarten
was erected in 1873 in front of the Reichstag and only in 1939 together with the monuments
Bismarck's, Roon's and Moltke's moved to the present location.

Memorial Church

The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, called the "hollow tooth" in the center of the City
West belongs to the most famous landmarks and sights of Berlin. You
was built in 1895 and destroyed in the 2nd World War. Egon Eiermann added in 1957
modern version made of dark blue glass blocks.

Government district

The Berlin government quarter is a symbol of political power and unity. It
includes the Bundestag, the Chancellor's Office and numerous ministries. The modern
Architectural icons like the Reichstag and the dome reflect the history and the
Striving for transparency reflected. Tourists like to visit the Republic Square and
the Spree riverbank promenade. Germany's political life pulsates here, while
the impressive backdrop underlines the importance of Berlin as the capital.

TV Tower
The Berlin TV Tower was built on October 3, 1969 in the then communist
east of the city was completed and, at 368 meters, is the tallest structure
Germany's. It is considered a landmark of Berlin and offers a unique
Panoramic view of the city.
Nikolai Quarter

Berlin's Nikolai Quarter is a reconstructed historic district in the
Center district. Construction of the neighborhood began in 1981 and was completed in 1987.
Today, the Nikolai Quarter offers numerous restaurants, cafes and small stores
and is considered a tourist attraction.

Berlin's Gendarmenmarkt, built in the 17th century, is the most beautiful
historic square of Berlin. With its magnificent buildings, the German and
French Cathedral as well as the Concert Hall, it exudes a timeless elegance.
Today, the Gendarmenmarkt is a popular tourist destination and a
cultural center of Berlin, where visitors history and architecture
can enjoy equally.
Checkpoint Charlie
Checkpoint Charlie was the most famous border crossing of the Berlin Wall during the
Cold War. Today it is a tourist attraction with a replica of the
control hut and the museum "Haus am Checkpoint Charlie". The museum shows the
History of the Wall and the escape attempts from East to West. The checkpoint was
built on August 22, 1961, and was in operation until the fall of communism on November 9, 1989.