Guided tour

Kreuzberg: Walking Tour

Kreuzberg: Walking Tour

From US$ 21.41 per person

Take a walk on the wild side of Berlin on this group tour (maximum 12 people). See Kreuzberg's bright markets, restaurants, cafes and alternative clubs. Discover what remains of Berlin's famous squatter scene and walk along the East Side Gallery.

About this activity

Free cancellation
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund
Covid-19 precautions
Special health and safety measures apply. Learn more
Mobile ticketing
Use your phone or print your voucher
Duration 3 hours
Check availability to see starting times.
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide


  • Check out Kottbusser Tor, the Adalbertstraße skyscrapers, and the Kreuzberg Museum
  • Stop at the Home for the Blind and relax over a coffee in the Oranienhöfen
  • See the Museum of Objects, dedicated to the history of mass production and wander over the Mariannenplatz to art squat Bethanien
  • Visit the well-known pharmacy, Fontane-Apotheke, and stroll through Görlitzer Park, which was previously a train station
Full description
Lose yourself in wild Kreuzberg on this walking tour. You will start at Kottbusser Tor, where everyday life meets Kreuzburg night culture. A Turkish market, Arabic restaurants and bistros, chic cafes alongside alternative clubs and bars line the square, which is divided down the middle by the famous overground rails of the U1 line. Walking past imposing houses from the beginning of the last century, and the Sozialpalast, you will reach the really happening Oranienstraße, the heart of the former SO36 postal district, as Berlin's punk district is still known. Here there are restaurants, bars and shops with typical Kreuzberg charm, the Berlin Home for the Blind, the Museum of Objects, Comic Shops and Boutiques. Over the Heinrich-Platz you will reach the Mariannenplatz, where the art-squat Bethanien, a former hospital, is to be found. Next-door in the Rauchhaus you will find more traces of the squatters' life of days gone by. Then walk to the Oberbaumbrücke, which symbolically links East and West Berlin and leads to the East Side Gallery.
  • Duties
  • City guide
  • Rain poncho (if necessary)
  • Food and drink
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • You must present either proof of full vaccination, proof of a Covid-19 infection in the past 6 months, or a negative test taken no more than 24 hours before the activity starts

Select participants and date



Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

Meet at 137 Skalitzer Straße, in front of Gold Exchange and next to REWE. Nearest U-Bahn station: Kottbusser Tor (lines U1 and U8). Skalitzer Straße exit. Your guide will be carrying a sign with the tour operator's logo on it.

Open in Google Maps ⟶
Important information

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes

Know before you go

  • This tour takes place in all weathers. On rainy days, rain poncho will be distributed.
  • A minimum number of 2 persons is required for the tour. If the minimum number of participants is not reached, the tour operator reserves the right to cancel the tour at short notice and to notify you accordingly.
  • The cancellation deadline for groups of 3 or more is 3 days before the scheduled tour.
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.8 /5

based on 161 reviews

Review summary

  • Guide
  • Value for money
  • Service
  • Organization

Sort by:

Traveler type:

Star rating:

My husband and I really enjoyed this tour.

There was nothing wrong with the tour my husband and I took part in. Our tour guide introduced the selected topic to us very individually without leaving the rough range of offers. Questions and interests of the participants were answered, answered and explained. In addition to other tours that we booked, it was the most beautiful tour and that was not due to the topic, but to our guide. Under the leadership of Markus Kohl we would like to conquer another part of the city on our next stay in Berlin. Thank you very much, kind regards Beate and Michael Gittel

Read more

November 10, 2018

Perfect itinerary through Kreutzberg!

The walking tour was very enjoyable and interesting! The neighborhood has so many secrets: history, facades, interesting bars, celebrities, markets and political activism. Markus is an amazing tour guide, he had answers to all of our questions. We were a small group of 4 walking through the neighborhood for three hours. We stopped for a rest at a famous covered market in the middle to rest a bit and grabbed something to eat and drink. Very relaxed, ideal to discovered Berlin, even as a local.

Read more

May 13, 2017

A must for everyone visiting Berlin

This tour was a 'highlight' of our stay in Berlin. Markus was an excellent guide, who brought us closer to the Kreuzberg neighborhood in a very open, friendly way. His descriptions of and stories about the neighborhood were very entertaining, educational and exciting. We were able to get a glimpse of daily life outside of the stuff you usually see as a tourist.

Read more

September 1, 2012

Organized by

Product ID: 17000