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Explore the city on a hop-on/hop-off bus tour
Our open top double-decker buses operate daily
Hop-on and hop-off possible at any time at 26 stops.
Discover Berlin at your own pace.
We will show you the main attractions of our city.
20% discount in our online shop
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Mit dem Code BERLIN bekommst Du 10% Rabatt, wenn Du Dein Ticket online buchst. Deinen mobilen Voucher bekommst Du direkt zugemailt

For a short time only:

20% discount with the code "SOMMER" on all tours in our online shop including one child up to 14 years for free! *

One child can travel free of charge for each adult ticket shown. Please take note of the conditions. *

20% discount
ROUTE 1
Best of Berlin

>> We will show you the top attractions in Berlin.

Be impressed by the Brandenburg Gate, stroll along the Kurfürstendamm and admire the imposing Palace of Charlottenburg. 

The tour operates daily with our open top double-decker buses.

Departure: From 9:30 a.m. every 20 minutes

Duration: A full loop takes approx. 2,5 hours. The ticket is valid for 24 hours and you can start or end the tour at any of the stops.

Languages: multilingual audio guide commentary in 20 languages (new headphones for each guest is included in the price)

Free WiFi on the bus

All buses are wheelchair accessible

Tickets can be canceled free of charge up to 24 hours before the tour


From 28€

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ROUTE 2
Berlin Wall

>> You get to know former East Berlin and today’s hip districts.
Remember the division of Berlin, marvel at the East Side Gallery and be inspired at Hackeschen Markt.

The tour operates daily with our open top double-decker buses.

Departure: From 9:30 a.m. every 40 minutes from Alexanderplatz north and then from all 8 stops

Duration: A full loop takes approx. 1 hour. The ticket is valid for 24 hours and you can start or end the tour at any of the stops.

Languages: multilingual audio guide commentary in 20 languages (new headphones for each guest is included in the price)

Free WiFi on the bus

All buses are wheelchair accessible

Tickets can be canceled free of charge up to 24 hours before the tour


From 19€

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ROUTE 1 + ROUTE 2
Both routes

>> Can’t get enough of Berlin? Book both the Best of Berlin and Berlin Wall Tour.

The tour operates daily with our open top double-decker buses.

Departure: From 9:30 a.m. from the stops of the Best of Berlin Tour and from Alexanderplatz and Hauptbahnhof (main train station) for the Berlin Wall Tour.

Duration: Approx. 3,5 hours - 4 hours without hopping off. The ticket is valid for 48 hours and you can start or end the tour at any of the stops.

Languages: multilingual audio guide commentary in 20 languages (new headphones for each guest is included in the price)

Free Wifi on the bus

All buses are wheelchair accessible

Tickets can be canceled free of charge up to 24 hours before the tour


From 38€

Jetzt buchen

Where do you find your bus?
The buses stop regularly at 26 stops across Berlin

You can hop-on and hop-off at any stop – as often as you want.

The tours operate every 20 minutes from 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Friday/Saturday from 9:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Multilingual audio-guides await you on our buses.

You will receive your voucher by email. It will be exchanged for a ticket by our local staff.

You would like to see iconic sights, visit museums or go shopping?
There is a lot to discover along our routes

Attractions with this symbol can be found along the yellow Best of Berlin route.

Attractions with this symbol can be found along the purple Berlin Wall route

Brandenburger Tor

The Brandenburg Gate is one of the most iconic landmarks of Berlin and the only surviving city gate. It used to stand for the separation of the city and has now become the symbol of German unity since the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Central Station

Europe's largest railway crossing station with more than 300,000 passengers a day, is not only an architectural showpiece, but also a shopping center and meeting point.

Holocaust Memorial

The Holocaust Memorial commemorates the murdered Jews of Europe during WWII. It is near the Brandenburg Gate across an area of around 19.000 m² and consists of 2711 concrete slabs.

Federal Chancellery

The Federal Chancellery, also called “washing machine” by Berliners, is the office of the German Chancellor. It is located in the government quarter on the banks of the Spree River.

Soviet Memorial

The Soviet War Memorial was built in 1945 to commemorate the fallen Soviet soldiers of the Red Army.

Bellevue Palace

Bellevue Palace was built at the end of the 18th century and used by the Prussian Prince August Ferdinand. It has been the official residence of the Federal President since 1994 and is not far from the Federal Chancellery and the Reichstag.

Victory Column

The Victory Column, located in the middle of the Tiergarten, is one of Berlin's most famous landmarks. It is 67 meters high and was completed in 1873. It was originally in front of the Reichstag and moved to its current location by the Nazis in 1939.

Checkpoint Charlie

The former border crossing for foreigners and members of the allied forces is one of Berlin's most important sights. It's name is derived from the NATO phonetic alphabet (Alpha, Bravo, Charlie).

Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church consists of the ruins of the church destroyed in WWII and a modern church building.

Berlin Zoo

The oldest and most diverse Zoo in the world has more than 22,200 animals from approximately 1,400 different species. The Berlin Aquarium is located right next to the zoo.

Reichstag

The Reichstag is the seat of the German parliament. You have a fantastic 360-degree panoramic view from the glass dome at the top of the Reichstag.

Kudamm

Shopaholics will be happy on the wide sidewalks of the Kurfürstendamm with its well-known fashion chains and boutiques. It is 3,5 kilometers long and leads from Rathenauplatz in Grunewald to Breitscheidplatz in Charlottenburg.

Schloss Charlottenburg

The Charlottenburg Palace is the largest and most magnificent palace in Berlin. It was originally built as a summer palace for the first queen of Prussia, Sophia Charlotte.

Potsdamer Platz

Potsdamer Platz is an ensemble of high-rise and futuristic looking new buildings.

Hackesche Höfe

The Hackesche Höfe are located in the historic Scheuenviertel(Barn Quarter). Enjoy the art nouveau facades and browse through the numerous shops.

Rotes Rathaus

The Red Town Hall is not only the seat of the Governing Mayor of Berlin, but also one of the most famous landmarks in the city.

Berlin Wall Memorial

The memorial commemorates the division of Berlin by the Wall and documents the history of the Berlin Wall from its construction in 1961 to its fall in 1989.

Bikini Berlin

Bikini Berlin, built in the 1950's and under a preservation order, is a shopping mall with boutiques, flagship stores and restaurants.

Kaufhaus des Westens

KaDeWe is the most famous department store in Germany. It has a wide range of extravagant goods as well as a gourmet floor.

Museum Island

Five museums are located on the Museum Island: the Old Museum, The Pergamon Museum, the Old National Gallery, The Bode Museum and the New Museum, home to the legendary bust of Nefertiti.

Wall Museum Checkpoint Charlie

The privately owned Wall Museum exhibits the history of the Berlin Wall.

Lustgarten

The inviting lawn of the Lustgarten is the right place to relax after your visit to the Museum Island.

Gendarmenmarkt

The Gendarmenmarkt is considered the most beautiful square in the city.It is surrounded by the French and German Cathedral and the Concert Hall. The monument to Friedrich Schiller is located in the center of the square.

Alexanderplatz

Named after Tsar Alexander I, Alexanderplatz is one of the most important traffic junctions in the city. From here you can also reach many sights, such as the TV tower. It is also a transfer point between our two tours.

TV Tower

The TV Tower is 368 meters high and Berlins most visible landmark and the highest building in Germany. The observation deck is located 203 meters above the ground and offers a spectacular view

World Clock

The World Clock on Alexanderplatz was erected in 1969. It is 10 meters high, weighs 16 tons and shows the name of 146 cities.

East Side Gallery

The East Side Gallery is a 1,3 kilometer long former section of the Berlin Wall. It is a permanent open-air gallery. One of the most famous paintings is “The Mortal Kiss” by Dmitri Wrubel, painted in 1990.

Oberbaum Bridge

The Oberbaum Bridge is a double-decker bridge that was built in 1896 over the river Spree. It connects the districts of Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain

Mauerpark

The Mauerpark is a public park that offers a flea market and karaoke stage on weekends. It is popular with people of all ages, families, hipsters, joggers and bicyclists.

Do you have any questions concerning our tours or our service?

Here you can find many answers. If you don’t find the right answer to your question, please email us at: info@city-circle.de
Your ticket is valid for the selected period (24, 48 or 72 hours) from the time of activation by our local staff. You can drive with a 24-hour ticket, e.g. from 11 a.m. to 11 a.m., or from 3 p.m. to 3 p.m. during our operating hours from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Friday/Saturday from 9:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.).
You can start at any of our stops. The tours start every morning at 9:30 a.m. You can get an overview of all stops here.
You can cancel your ticket up to 24 hours before the tour. Just write an email to info@city-circle.de
No. If you book online, you will receive a voucher by email. Before the tour it will be scanned from your smartphone and you will receive a ticket.

All yellow buses with pink lettering on the City Circle logo in the front and the Gray Line logo on the rear can be used.

Yes. The dog must be on a leash.

One wheelchair space per bus is available. A reservation is unfortunately not possible.

Here is a link to the nearest stop:

Stops

Due to the strict regulations in Berlin, we are unfortunately not allowed to put up signs at our bus stops.

If you have a Berlin WelcomeCard, you can get your ticket from our local staff on the bus.
Contact
If you have any questions or need support, you can contact us at any time through various channels.

+49 30 880 41 90

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Everyone's health has top priority. Please comply with our hygiene rules in order to provide you and others with the best possible protection on board our buses.

Wear a mask
Keep a safe distance
Don’t push or shove

Are you already well informed about Berlin?

Here are a few more interesting facts for you:

The Beatles

The Beatles never performed in Berlin

The Berlin Zoo

is larger than Monaco

The highest building in Berlin

at 368 meters is the Berlin TV tower

The longest open air gallery in the world

with 1.3 km is the East Side Gallery

Berlin is nine times larger

than Paris

70 million curry sausages

are eaten in Berlin every year

There were actually

two Berlin walls

More than 44 percent

of the city consists of waterways, forests, rivers and green areas

* Applies to each Best of Berlin ticket for one adult. Simply show your Best of Berlin ticket on the day of the tour and a child can travel with an adult free of charge (valid until August 31, 2020).