German Beer

Simple, traditional, and perfectly balanced, with clean, wholesome flavours, beers like Schneider-Weisse and Augustiner Helles are the product of 800 years of brewing history.

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Alexanderplatz is the former East German city-centre, now a pedestrianised zone with excellent shopping opportunities and good food.
A TV tower in central Berlin, Fernsehturm towers 368 metres over the city.
Hackescher Markt
Full of energy, Hackescher is a hotspot for the perfect boutique shopping experience.
Museum Otto Weidt
A 1940s factory owned by Otto Weidt, who aimed to protect Jewish people from Nazi persecution.
Block of Women
East Berlin sculptor Ingeborg Hunzinger carved this monument in a Rosenstrasse square to pay tribute to the non-Jewish women who peacefully protested in 1943 against the deportation of their Jewish husbands.
Anne Frank Zentrum
This centre is a partner of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam and it focuses on the life and diary of this young girl born in 1929, whose story portraited a vivid glimpse of what living as a Jewish girl was like during the Nazi Occupancy of the Netherlands.

Related Tours

Guten Appetit! A Flavour of Berlin's Cuisine Private Walking Tour
Taste the flavours of German cuisine and learn about Berlin's dramatic past.

  • 5-6 tastings & beer samples (makes up a full meal. Non-alcoholic option available).
  • Learn about Berlin’s exciting history through food and drink.
  • Try the best wurst in Berlin and learn about its historical origins.
  • Expert food and drink recommendations from your own private guide for the rest of your stay.
  • Spontaneous, adaptable experience: work with your guide to suit your needs and interests.
  • Suitable for families: itinerary can be personalised to suit children and non-drinkers' needs.
No visit to Berlin would be complete without indulging in the quintessentially German Currywurst, combined of course with a cold refreshing Augustiner Helles or Weihenstephaner Hefe Weissbier. The delicious traditional dish of sausage and French fries covered with tomato sauce and curry powder has its origins in the interwar period, and Germany’s historic beer scene, which can be traced back to the mid-19th century, is viewed by many as second to none. 

Whether you’ve tried these delicacies before or know nothing about them, this private tour will introduce you to the staple elements of German food culture. You and your private guide will work to explore the relationship between food, drink, culture and history with a wander through centrally located Alexanderplatz's backstreets and hidden haunts.

You will cover topics such as: how Germany was once the beer capital of Europe before WWI with over 300 breweries; how that trend changed due to war and occupation; and how we once again see a resurgence in the capital with the rise of many microbreweries. A fine way to experience Berlin's diverse history and culinary scene – prost!


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