Our Berlin Night Bike Tour gives you a glimpse at what makes Berlin such a special place! Exploring the Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain districts, this tour will take you past a number of evening hotspots, culturally iconic sites, and places to have a great time in the city, such as the "Big Slide" in notorious Görlizter Park.
During the ride, we stop at a number of sites that have had a significant impact on shaping contemporary Berlin. You'll learn what makes each site important and we will discuss how incredible Berliners are at repurposing space.
Moving at a leisurely pace, this tour soaks up the frenetic energy that is found in the city during the warmer months. You'll gain a greater understanding as to why so many have flocked to Berlin in recent years and continue to do so. Who knows, maybe the experience will inspire you to make the move as well!
This tour meets at our Alexanderplatz shop, located at the base of the giant TV Tower (Fernsehturm). You can find us on the northeast side of the tower between the Alex Café and the entrance to the TV Tower. The address is Panoramastraße 1a, 10178 Berlin.
This tour meets at our Alexanderplatz shop, located at the base of the giant TV Tower (Fernsehturm). The address is Panoramastraße 1a, 10178 Berlin - click here for a map.
Be sure to bring cash in euros if you'd like to purchase ice cream during the break. We also recommend that you bring an extra layer of clothing in case it gets chilly during the tour. There are luggage racks on our bikes so you can easily carry some small items with you.
While all guests are welcome, this isn't necessarily a family-friendly tour. The route will take us down some cobblestone roads in rather dense areas. Additionally, while we will keep the content PG-13, some things that we could potentially see or witness during the tour wouldn't be kid-friendly. (Berlin at night, what can we say!)
No - the bike is included with the bike tour, so just bring yourself and we will take care of the rest!
Yes, reservations are required for this tour.
No, we cannot enter the monuments because German Law restricts museum guides to their authorized officials. Plus, some people would want to spend only ten minutes in the museum while others would prefer 3 hours.
TIP: Should you want to keep your bike longer, and many people do, you get a discount on rental following a tour. Your guide, and our shop staff, will be happy to show you exactly how to go back to any sites you would like to explore further or visit the interior.
Not usually. During April and September, we may be returning at dusk, but the sun sets pretty late May through August, so it is usually still light out while riding.
We're happy to offer free changes and 100% refund up to 24 hours before tour* Failure to cancel a reservation at least 24 hours prior to scheduled departure may result in forfeited travel funds. Fare difference may apply.