Private Motorcycle Tours Berlin

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Berlin is an amazing place, but do you know where to go, where to stay and what to see? Well!
You cannot know everything and now you do not need to.Our guided tour allow you to enjoy and
explore the city of Berlin or
Potsdam. Our guides are fluent in English, highly committed to ensuring
your needs are cared for. Because we have a passion for motorcycles, our routes are carefully
chosen with that in mind. The view through your helmet's visor will be truly amazing. We all know
how difficult is to riding, watch the navigation and the attractions around in the same time.
It’s almost impossible and could you be extremely dangerous. The Private motorcycle tours are
designed for solo riders or  small group accompanied by a personal guide riding his own bike.
Follow the guide and enjoy the ride. We will meet you in the lobby of your hotel, apartment or the
place you camping. The duration is between 3 and 5 hours. For 5 hours tour we offer a lunch stop
in one of the famous bikers point “Spinner Brücke”


 Follow our pillot motorcycle - Explore Berlin on your own bike:

1.Reichstag
The historic Reichstag building was reconstructed after the fall of the Berlin Wall. The original dome
however was replaced by a modern glass one. Since 1999 the building serves again as Germany's
seat of Parliament.

 
2.Holocaust Memorial
This Memorial to the victims of the Holocaust is an undulating forest of 2711 slabs of concrete, each
of a different size. It was dedicated 60 years after the fall of the Nazi regime.

 
3.Brandenburger Gate
The Brandenburger Tor was originally a gate in Berlin's city wall at the end of the Unter den Linden
avenue. Since the fall of the Wall, Brandenburger Tor has become the symbol of a reunified Berlin.

 
4.Checkpoint Charlie
One of three checkpoints at the Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie was the site of a standoff between
American and Russian tanks in 1961. It became one of the most famous symbols of the Cold War.

 
5.BerlinWall
Most of the Berlin wall has been demolished since the border between East and West Berlin
opened in 1989. The more than 1km long East Side Gallery is the most important part still standing.

 
6.Potsdamer Platz
Once the busiest crossing in Europe, the Potsdamer Platz was completely destroyed after the war.
In 1998 the new Potsdamer Platz, full of modern buildings, officially opened

 
7.Berliner Dom

The Berliner Dom is a baroque Cathedral built between 1894 and 1905. It is located on an island
in the river Spree, known as Museum Island. Severely damaged during the war, it reopened in 1993.

 
8.Alexanderplatz and Berlin Tower
The Alexanderplatz, a famous square in Berlin's central district Mitte was used as a podium for
the GDR's architectural ambitions. The 365m tall Berlin Tower is one of the results.
From a
viewing platform in the tower's metallic sphere you have a wide view over the whole city.


9.Gendarmenmarkt
One of the most beautiful squares in Europe, the Gendarmenmarkt is bordered by three
magnificent buildings: the Konzerthaus, Französischer Dom and Deutscher Dom.

 
10.Neue Synagogue
The Neue Synagogue is a magnificent 19th century building. Destroyed in 1938 during the
Kristallnacht pogrom, the largest German Synagogue was only reconstructed.

 
11.EuropaCenter and
Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtniskirche
When it opened in 1963, Europa Center was one of Europe's most modern shopping center.
A symbol of postwar Germany, the center is still one of Berlin's best known landmarks.

The Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-kirche, a partially destroyed 19th century church is a constant
reminder of the ravages of war. A 1960s modern church was built next to the destroyed tower.

 
12.Oberbaumbrücke
During the Cold War this twin-towered 19th century bridge was used a border crossing
between West and East Berlin. The bridge and its picturesque towers were restored to their
pre-war glory in the 1990s.

 
13.BellevuePalace
Now the official residence of the German president, this palace was built in 1786 as the
summer residence for Prince Ferdinand of Prussia, the younger brother of Frederick the
Great

 
14.Karl-Marx-Allee
The Karl-Marx-Allee is a wide boulevard originally known as the Stalin-Allee.
The monumental street is lined with apartment blocks in typical socialist neo-classical style.

 
15.Rotes Rathaus
The Rotes Rathaus is a large red brick building in high Renaissance style that was built in
the 19th century as Berlin's city hall, a function it still serves. Its façade is decorated with a
long frieze, depicting scenes of the city's history.

 
Prices:
- 3 hours - 150 euro, 5 hours - 220 euro.

Individual or small group up to 8 people. The guide (with motorcycle) will meet you in the
lobby of your hotel, apartment or the place you camping.


Note: The motorcycle are not included, you have to rent or to ride your own.

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