Discover Berlin on a convenient hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus tour with live commentary, visiting the most famous and beautiful sights of the city…
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Ride around Berlin on a double-decker bus to cover the must-sees of the city as you hop on and hop off at your own pace. Optionally you can book a…
Enjoy an unlimited hop-on hop-off bus tour of Berlin with a 24 or 48 hour pass. You'll have the freedom to discover the city at your own pace, while…
Discover Berlin’s many points of interest on an open-top double-decker bus. Discover the German capital. See the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint…
Explore Berlin by bus, before taking in the city's sights with a riverboat tour on the Spree.
This ticket combines a city tour through the most famous sights of Berlin with a boat tour along the Spree. Discover Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin…
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Don't let a wall come between you and the Berlin landmarks that interest you most. Hop-on hop-off bus tours let you sightsee at your own pace, but here are a few highlights to help you get started.
Stop here to wander the lush, green Lustgarten as you admire Berlin's magnificent cathedral. Then, of course, there are the ornate Prussian buildings on the adjacent Museum Island!
This former market square is still a tourist favorite, with the German and French Cathedrals mirroring each other on either side of the impressive Berlin Konzerthaus.
Check out two drastically different palaces on your city tour, with Bellevue and Charlottenburg both occupying gardens on the south bank of the Spree River.
The East Side Gallery is a surviving section of the Berlin Wall. It's considered an international monument to freedom, with graffiti murals stretching 80 meters from the Oberbaum Bridge to Ostbahnhof station.
See the iconic Brandenburg Gate before riding up Unter den Linden boulevard towards Humboldt University and the Bebelplatz book-burning memorial.
Hop-on hop-off bus tours of Berlin are one of the cheapest methods of sightseeing across the city. Prices start at €15 for a single day's touring, with the cost scaled down for additional days.
You'll find most places of interest covered by the city tour buses, but routes and stops differ depending on the tour provider. Any good bus tour should provide you with routes and itineraries prior to booking.
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Mostly this was an excellent way to understand the city, but at times, on different buses, it was hard to understand the guide talking in English. That was a small negative, compared to the convenience of moving around town on an open air bus, on a nice day, taking in the sights and learning locations for further explanations. But better sound system would be real benefit.
We managed to get through both tours A and B on the one day so we could figure out where to focus on the next day as we had a 48 hr ticket. The buses were good but the constant stopping for breaks (usually smoke breaks by drivers) was annoying. The commentary was only so so and didn’t often match up to where we were. What was good was the frequency.
I had only 1 day in Berlin and in addition to that some mobility constraints due to my health issues. Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour is the easiest way to see the most interesting parts of the city. The tour was accompanied with live comments in English and German. I would recommend it to everyone who wants to see the city but has some time limitations.
We rode on two buses. The first had recorded descriptions and a headset with language selection and volume. No trouble hearing or understanding the narrative. The second had live guide with English and German descriptions. The guide seemed very knowledgeable, provided more information than the recording and it was more interactive.
The bus was clean, the drivers and tour guides were very courteous, the tour guides did a good job covering English and German for all those on the buses. We got to see the important sites and not have to do all the walking and/or driving on one of the hottest days on records in Berlin.