Join us for the ultimate Berlin Craft Beer Tour visiting three different breweries over three hours. Discover the booming craft beer scene in Berlin. Berlin’s top attractions and culinary offerings are both showcased on this two-for-one shore excursion from your ship to Berlin.
Your guide will be waiting for you when you get off the ship, and you can choose between a private or small-group excursion. The Brandenburg Gate, the Holocaust Memorial, and the Reichstag are all must-sees when you arrive in Berlin. Go to a craft brewery, get some chocolates from a chocolatier, and try some snacks at a street food market.
- Beer and Berlin, what could be better?
- Visit three bars in three hours and see just how good German beer can be
- Limited to 15 places
- This tour does sell out! Book now to avoid disappointment
Germans are famous for their beer, and for good reason. In fact, Germany’s laws on what qualifies as beer are more than 300 years older than the country itself! One hundred years ago Berlin had more breweries than any other city on the planet.
Berlin’s beer scene is back, with a vengeance.
Thus we send out a call to all hopheads, beer freaks, and those with humble respect for a nice cold beverage, to come and bathe in Berlin’s beer history and soak up (responsibly, of course) the burgeoning craft beer scene.
We’ll sample brews from all over the town at three different bars, whilst munching on a big, fat, salty pretzel and chatting about the mechanics of beer and beer tasting; Germany’s spiritual connection with malt, hops, water and yeast; Berlin’s rocky road to craft beer kingship; and more.
Brandenburg Gate Museum
Walk through the gateways of Berlin’s most iconic monument and find out what makes the Gate the most important cultural monument in Germany.
Stand in the shadow of the German parliament building, burned down after Hitler’s rise to power, now a bold symbol of modern German democracy.
The Holocaust Memorial – Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
Journey through the iconic concrete stellae, bear witness to the atrocities of National Socialism, and hear the stories of the everyday bravery of the persecuted.
Topography of Terror
See the dark heart of Nazi Germany at the former headquarters of the SS and Gestapo. See the excavated torture cells, and come face-to-face with the Cold War’s most brutal symbol: The Berlin Wall.
Cross the border at the frontline of the Cold War, where spies roamed and US and Soviet tanks faced off in 1961.
Hitler’s Bunker (Fuhrerbunker)
Stand at the site of the bunker where history’s most notorious criminal committed suicide at the end of WWII.
Marvel at the stunning grounds and gardens of the first Prussian royal summer palace to be built on the outskirts of Berlin.
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church
Witness the devastation caused by US and British bombing raids during WWII at the preserved ruins of this late 19th-century church, and visit the New Church next door, decorated with hundreds of thousands of fragments of blue stained glass.
Drive through the lush greenery of Berlin’s vast central park and see various embassies on the Tiergartenstraße, the Berlin Philharmonic, and the Memorial for Victims of the National Socialist Euthanasia Program.
Victory Column (Siegessaule)
Catch the sun glinting off the golden angel Victoria, goddess of victory, as you circle around Prussia’s emphatic monument to its triumphs in the Wars of Unification.
Lindenbräu am Potsdamer Platz
Sample one of Berlin’s most popular beers and snack on the city’s signature sausage dish – Currywurst.
Lemke am Hackeschen Markt
Hole up in one of Berlin’s most established microbreweries to sample a selection of beer brewed in-house, and delicious platters of local sausage and cheese.
Pay a visit to Berlin’s best, and one of Germany’s most famous, independent chocolatiers, and sample one of their sumptuous cakes.
Spend some time browsing the undisputed king of Berlin’s contemporary street food markets. Grab a BBQ sandwich to takeaway and sup on one last craft beer before heading back to port.
Top attractions in Berlin
Here are some top attractions in Berlin you could visit and enjoy. There are, of course, dozens of attractions and landmarks in Berlin worth visiting and learning about the history of this amazing city.
Brandenburg Gate is one of the most important landmarks in Berlin. It is both a landmark and an emblem of the city with over two hundred years of history.
Reichstag building was completed in 1894, following German national unification and the formation of the German Reich in the 1871. During the course of the 20th century the Reichstag suffered...
The Berlin Wall Memorial commemorates the Berlin Wall division, and the deaths that took place there. In 1998 the Federal Republic of Germany and the Federal State of Berlin created...
Berlin and Germany travel guides
Here are handy travel guides for Berlin and Germany so you can learn a thing or two about these destinations. For a comprehensive list of our travel guides, please visit our travel guides page.
Berlin is a perfect mix of history, culture and modern, dynamic life events. Its turbulent history in 20th century through Second World War and later being divided during Cold War era left behind reminders such a Holocaust museum and Berlin...
Germany is a country in Western Europe. It stretches in the south from Austria and in the north to North and Baltic Sea. This is a country of beautiful and diverse landscapes of forests, mountains and rivers. Its capital, Berlin, is a modern city with waste cultural heritage and bustling...
Top hotels in Berlin
Berlin has dozens of hotels of various star ratings, together with other lodging solutions, such as guest houses, hostels, and Airbnb. Bellow are some top hotel recommendations from our website. For a general hotel search, check the form at the bottom of this page or our hotel booking page.
Sofitel Berlin Gendarmenmarkt Hotel is a popular choice amongst travelers in Berlin, whether exploring or just passing through. The hotel has all necessary amenities needed for your comfortable stay. Property...
Centrally located in Berlin’s fashionable Mitte neighborhood, Gorki Apartments are surrounded by numerous restaurants, cafés, galleries and shops. The elegantly furnished apartments allow guests to relax. The accommodations are housed...
Offering luxurious rooms, an exclusive spa and 2 restaurants with stunning views of the German Cathedral, this centrally located Hilton Berlin is in the historic Gendarmenmarkt Square. Directly on the...
Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Berlin
The peak season for flights to Berlin is February, March and December. The low season for purchasing tickets is June, September and October.
Berlin is served by these airports: Brandenburg and Tegel Airport. Direct flights to Berlin are offered by 60 airlines. Most flights are with Access Rail. Direct flights from Berlin, United States are airlines: American Airlines, United Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Canada, KLM and Air France from New York and Philadelphia.
Berlin and Germany attractions and landmarks
Here are some of the most popular attractions and landmarks in Berlin and in Germany.
Last Updated on April 10, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com