Discover Berlin with a hop-on hop-off bus tour
Our open-air buses run daily
You can get on and off at any time at 21 stops
Get to know our capital flexibly
Visit the Berlin Palace and the Humboldt Forum
We show you all the important sights of our city!
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Best of Berlin

All top sights in the city and the trendy districts near the former Berlin Wall in a hop on hop off tour!

You see all Top attractions Berlin's.

Let yourself be impressed by the Brandenburg Gate, stroll along the Kurfürstendamm, marvel at the East Side Gallery and admire the beautiful Gendarmenmarkt. Have you seen the new old Berlin Palace?

  • Daily from 10:00 a.m. from all stops every 22 minutes. For details see timetable
  • Duration: approx. 2.5 hours for one roundwithout getting off
  • The ticket is valid for 24 hours. You can get in and out of it as you like and do several laps
  • Language: Audio guide in 20 languages
  • New headphones are 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 start of the journey

Get a 20% discount with the code 20BOB and ride for €24.00!

from 24,00€

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Shuttle bus to Charlottenburg Palace

Only with us and free* for all City Circle customers: The shuttle to Charlottenburg Palace. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The City Circle Extra round for all visitors who want to visit Charlottenburg Palace and the park.
 
The shuttle bus starts at Kurfürstendamm 220.
 
Visiting the park is free and tickets for the castle tour are available here.
You can get the exact timetable here.
The audio commentary is available in many languages.
* When you buy your Best of Berlin tickets, all shuttle rides are included free of charge.

Newly staged – Frederick the Great in Charlottenburg

© SPSG - Schloss Charlottenburg - Reinhardt & Sommer

Book a city tour in Potsdam

Walk with us in the footsteps of Frederick the Great, who came to Potsdam to be "sans souci" without any worries. On the Best-of-Potsdam city tour you will get to know the Brandenburg state capital, whose unique palace and garden landscape was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990.

At 16 stops you can get on and off as you please and explore the sights of Potsdam individually.

We look forward to welcoming you on our striking double-decker buses.

Our offer for 2022

20% sale

At the end of your booking, simply enter the discount code "20BOB".

Where do you find your bus?

The buses stop regularly at 21 stops throughout Berlin.

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

Boarding: From 10:00 a.m. | Get off: Until 6 p.m.
Friday & Saturday until 7 p.m.
During this time frame, our buses will drive for you every 20-30 minutes.
Details see Timetable

An audio guide in many languages awaits you on board our open-air buses.

You will receive your voucher
by e-mail. On the day of your tour, you exchange it with our on-site staff for your ticket.

You want to visit monuments, visit a museum or go shopping extensively?

There is a lot to discover along our route!

Brandenburg Gate

The Brandenburg Gate is one of the most famous landmarks in Berlin and the only surviving city gate. It used to stand for the separation of the city into East and West. Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, it has been the symbol of German unity.

Central Station

With around 300,000 passengers a day, Europe's largest crossing station is not only an architectural showpiece, but also a shopping center and meeting place at the same time.

Holocaust Memorial

The Holocaust memorial commemorates the murdered Jews of Europe during World War II. It consists of 2711 steles and is located on an area of about 19,000 m² south of the Brandenburg Gate.

Federal Chancellery

The Federal Chancellery, the building is also called the washing machine by Berliners, is the seat of the German Federal Chancellor. It belongs to the so-called "Bund des Bunds" and is located in the government district on the edge of the Spreebogenpark.

Soviet memorial

The memorial is located in the Großer Tiergarten. It was built in 1945 to commemorate the fallen Soviet Red Army soldiers.

Bellevue Palace

It was built at the end of the 18th century and used by the Prussian prince August Ferdinand. Bellevue Palace has been the official residence of the Federal President since 1994. It is located on the edge of the Tiergarten, not far from the Federal Chancellery and the German Bundestag.

Victory column

The 69 meter high column is one of the most famous landmarks in Berlin and cannot be overlooked in the center of Straße des 17. Juni. Completed in 1873, it was moved to its current location in 1939. It takes 285 steps to see Berlin's largest park, the Tiergarten, from above.

Checkpoint Charlie

The former border crossing Checkpoint Charlie is one of the most important sights in Berlin. Its name derives from the International Spelling Alphabet (Alpha, Bravo, Charlie).

Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is an exciting ensemble consisting of the ruins of the church destroyed in the war and a modern church building. It stands as a memorial for peace and reconciliation on Breitscheidtplatz.

Berlin Zoo

In the oldest zoo in Germany, over 22,200 animals from around 1,400 species can be seen on an area of 33 hectares. This makes the Berlin Zoo the most species-rich in the world. Right next to the zoo you will also find the Berlin Aquarium.

Reichstag building

The Reichstag is the lynchpin of German politics – this is where parliament sits and deliberates. High up from the glass dome you have a fantastic panoramic view.

Shopping-Mile Ku'damm

Shopaholics will be happy on Kurfürstendamm or Ku'damm. Here you will find the well-known fashion chains and the finest boutiques. It is 3.5km long and runs from Rathenauplatz in Grunewald to Breitscheidplatz in Charlottenburg.

Potsdamer Platz

Potsdamer Platz offers a very special district with its own building ensemble consisting of high-rise buildings and futuristic-looking new buildings.

Hackesche Höfe

The Hackesche Höfe are located in the historic Scheunenviertel in Berlin-Mitte. They form the largest closed courtyard area in Germany and have been under monument protection since 1972. Let yourself be impressed by the Art Nouveau facade and browse through the numerous shops.

Red Town Hall

The Red Town Hall is not only the seat of Berlin's mayor, but also one of the city's most famous landmarks.

Bikini Berlin

The Bikini-Haus was opened in 1957 and was a center for Berlin chic. It got its name because of the special architecture and an open colonnade in the middle. After a renovation, it was reopened in 2014 as a concept mall.

Kaufhaus des Westens

The KaDeWe is the most famous department store in Germany. Here you can shop in the upscale segment or let yourself be pampered with culinary delights in the restaurant.

Museum Island

On the Museum Island you will find an incomparable building ensemble consisting of five museums: the Old Museum, the New Museum, the old National Gallery, the Bode Museum and the Pergamon Museum.

Wall Museum

The Wall Museum at Checkpoint Charlie is a private museum with an exhibition about the Berlin Wall.

Lustgarten

If you want to relax a little after a visit to Museum Island, you've come to the right place on the inviting green area.

Gendarmenmarkt

The Gendarmenmarkt enjoys the reputation as the most beautiful square in all of Berlin. Surrounded by the French and German Cathedrals, the Konzerthaus Berlin is located in the middle. The Schiller monument is located directly in front of the concert hall.

Alexanderplatz

Named after Tsar Alexander I, Alexanderplatz is not only one of the most important transport hubs in the city, you can also reach many sights from here, such as the television tower. It is also a transfer point between our two tours.

TV Tower

At 368 meters, the Berlin TV Tower is the tallest building in Germany. The viewing platform at a height of 203 meters offers you a unique view of Berlin.

World Clock

The world clock on Alexanderplatz was built in 1969, is 10m high, weighs 16 tons and shows you 146 cities.

East Side Gallery

The East Side Gallery is a memorial, a permanent open-air gallery that holds the longest surviving section of the Berlin Wall. One of the most famous graffiti is the work of art "The Fraternal Kiss" created by Dmitri Vrubel in 1990.

Oberbaumbrücke

When it comes to Berlin bridges, the Oberbaum Bridge is probably one of the most famous in the city. Since 1896 it has connected the Berlin district of Kreuzberg with Friedrichshain across the Spree.

Schloss Charlottenburg

Schloss Charlottenburg ist das größte und prachtvollste Schloss in Berlin. Es wurde ursprünglich als Sommerschloss für Königin Sophie Charlotte, die erste Königin in Preußen, errichtet. Bei einer Buchung der Best of Berlin Route ist eine Fahrt zum Schloss Charlottenburg für Dich kostenlos. Mehr dazu.

© SPSG - Schloss Charlottenburg - Fotograf: Lindner, Daniel

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

You'll find a whole bunch of answers here. If the correct answer to your question is not included, please email us at: info@city-circle.de

Your ticket is valid for the selected period (24h, 48h, 72h) from the time it is activated by our on-site staff. With a 24-hour ticket you can, for example, travel from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., or from 3:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. within our operating hours of 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

You can start at any of our stops. The tours start every morning at 10:00 a.m.

You can get an overview of all stops here.

You can cancel your ticket at any time. Simply write an email to info@city-circle.de

No If you book online, you will receive a voucher by email. You can have this scanned before the start of your tour and you will receive your ticket as proof.

You can recognize our beautiful yellow buses with the pink lettering on the City Circle logo in the front area and the Gray Line logo on the rear.

Dogs are permitted as long as the animal does not occupy a seat and does not pose any danger or other impairment to other passengers. In individual cases, the bus driver can refuse to take you with you for safety reasons. 

We have one wheelchair space per bus that can be accessed via a ramp. Unfortunately, a reservation is not possible.

Here is a link to the next stop:

Stops

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

Contact

If you have any questions or need support, you can contact us at any time via various channels.

+49 30 880 41 90

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Unser aller Gesundheit hat höchste Priorität.

Um Dich und andere an Bord unserer Busse bestmöglich zu schützen, gelten unsere Hygieneregeln.

Maske tragen

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Aktueller Hinweis im Rahmen der Corona Verordnung vom 15.02.2022

 

Welche Regeln gelten aktuell bei unseren Stadtrundfahrten?


Ausflugsfahrten und Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Bus werden unter der 3G Bedingung durchgeführt und es besteht die Pflicht zum Tragen einer FFP 2 Maske im Bus. Kinder und Jugendliche zwischen 6 – 14 Jahre können alternativ eine medizinische Maske tragen.

Alle Kinder bis zum vollendeten 6 Lebensjahr müssen keine Maske tragen.

Bitte informiere dich vor Fahrtantritt noch einmal über die tagesaktuelle Infektionsschutzverordnung für das Land Berlin zum Beispiel unter https://www.berlin.de/corona/

Current information as part of the Corona Ordinance of April 1st, 2022

Since April 01, 2022, it is no longer compulsory to wear a face mask on board our buses. Out of consideration for our fellow human beings, it is still recommended.

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** gilt vom 03.08.2021 – 31.12.2021. Bei Vorlage eines tagesaktuellen „Best of Berlin Tour by City Circle“ Tickets gewährt die Stiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten (SPSG) dem Inhaber anstatt dem Einzelvollpreis von € 12 den ermäßigten Preis von € 10 für einen Einzeleintritt in das Schloss Charlottenburg, Neuer Flügel, im Rahmen der Öffnungszeiten. Der Eintrittspreis wird durch den Berechtigten bei Ticketerwerb des SPSG Eintrittstickets an der Kasse Neuer Flügel entrichtet. Die Ermäßigung gilt nicht für Sonderausstellungen, Veranstaltungen, für den Erwerb von Familienkarten oder Kombikarten für das Schlossensemble Charlottenburg. Einlösbar nur vor Ort, der Kauf im Ticketshop wird ausgeschlossen. Kinder unter 7 Jahren haben in Begleitung einer erwachsenen Person freien Eintritt.