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So much to see in Berlin so a great way to do it!

If it's your first visit to Berlin then you really need to take both the Yellow and Purple routes, preferably over two days. We did the bus tours the day after a 4 hour walking tour to take us further out. Found more to get off and see on the Purple route (Bernauer Strasse/East Side Gallery/Jewish Museum) but it was pouring with rain whilst on the Yellow route so we were reluctant to get off! We could have spent hours in the Jewish Museum (last stop of Purple route) and only just caught the last bus back to Alexanderplatz so be warned. With regard to the buses. We had a much older bus on the Yellow route - my headset wasn't working but luckily no-one was behind me so I plugged in there. The Purple route bus was newer so better overall. The bus stops aren't always clear, ie got off to walk along East Side Gallery. The next stop isn't on the road, you have to go up a slope to the bus station - which is obvious once you know of course but at the time wasn't clear.

Best of Berlin: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour Ticket Reviewed by Dawn, 12/07/2017

A good way to reach the sights and get about the city with useful info

We bought a voucher for the 3 day ticket online and picked up our tickets/map/earphones at the representative (dressed in yellow at each stop) at Potsdamer Platz. We used 2 days on the yellow route and 1 day on the purple route (which is still a yellow bus but with a purple card in the front window) which departed from the opposite side of the road in Alexander Platz. Glad we did the purple Eastside route too to see Karl Marx Allee, etc a good contrast to the West side Tiergarten, Charlottenburg, Ku Dam etc and get off at stop no 9 for the Eastside Gallery where all of the interesting graffiti art is painted in a long stretch of the wall (there’s a fab Ramones museum & cafe nearby too). The service stops at about 6pm (7pm at the weekend).

Best of Berlin: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour Ticket Reviewed by Claire, 18/04/2018

Excellent so glad we did this tour to compliment the more traditional.

Lynsey was informative, humorous and engaged everyone in the group. She truly shared the behind the scenes and "alternative" Berlin we were seeking. Saw wonderful neighborhoods, lots of street art and many times we said " I didn’t know that ". Thank you so much. Would highly recommend to anyone who can walk at a moderate pace for a few hours.

New Berlin Alternative City Tour Reviewed by Alyson, 26/05/2017

Very good route, audio could be slightly better.

Good service, great route, regular buses. My only negative is that a couple of the buses were very old (again not an issue) however a number of the audio plug in points did not work which was frustrating. The audio could do with being slightly more engaging too. For long periods when there was no commentary annoying repetitive music played!

Best of Berlin: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour Ticket Reviewed by Simon, 10/12/2016

Perfect introduction to Berlin for an art lover

I have always been fascinated by street art and graffiti that's why I chose the alternative tour and I Was not disappointed. Georgia was our guide, she loves art and she loves Berlin. I normally don't like guided tours but with a guide like Georgia I would be happy to see more of Berlin

New Berlin Alternative City Tour Reviewed by brikesh, 16/10/2016