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Alternative Berlin Bike Tour - Off the Beaten Tracks in Small Groups

4.8 (63)
Berlin, DE

Alternative Berlin Bike Tour - Off the Beaten Tracks in Small Groups

4.8 (63)
Berlin, DE
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Discover a different side of Berlin with the Alternative Berlin Bike Tour. This 3.5-hour tour takes you off the beaten tracks and explores the alternative and unconventional charm of the city. Led by a knowledgeable bike guide, you'll delve into the areas beyond the Berlin Wall and major tourist sights. The tour includes highlights such as the KulturBrauerei, a preserved industrial architectural monument, the vibrant district of Friedrichshain with its techno clubs and political graffiti, and the famous East Side Gallery, a permanent open-air gallery on the remaining section of the Berlin Wall. You'll also pass by iconic landmarks like the Oberbaum Bridge and the RAW Tempel Nightclub. Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Berlin and book this unique bike tour today.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Small Group Tour, Private Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Off the Beaten Tracks Bike Tour
  • Discover Alternative Side of Berlin
  • Knowledgeable Bike Guide
  • Unforgettable Berlin Experience
  • Small Group Experience
  • Local guide
  • Use of bicycle
  • Use of helmet
  • Gratuities
  • Food and drinks
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

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Experience the vibrant and eclectic city of Berlin like never before with the Alternative Berlin Bike Tour. This 3.5-hour adventure takes you off the beaten tracks and immerses you in the alternative side of Berlin, uncovering hidden gems and untold stories. Led by a knowledgeable bike guide, this tour promises to provide you with an unforgettable Berlin experience, filled with unique discoveries and fascinating insights.

What to expect?

During the Alternative Berlin Bike Tour, you can expect to explore the lesser-known areas of the city that are often overlooked by traditional tours. Discover the vibrant street art scene, visit underground clubs, and explore alternative neighborhoods that are pulsing with creativity and innovation. This tour offers a one-of-a-kind opportunity to immerse yourself in the alternative culture and subcultures that thrive in Berlin.

Who is this for?

The Alternative Berlin Bike Tour is perfect for adventurous travelers who crave a unique and unconventional experience. Whether you're an art enthusiast, a history buff, or simply curious about the alternative side of a city, this tour is designed to cater to a wide range of interests. It is suitable for solo travelers, couples, and even small groups of friends looking to explore Berlin in a different way.

Why book this?

This tour stands out from the rest by offering an authentic and immersive experience of Berlin's alternative scene. Led by a knowledgeable bike guide, you'll gain insider knowledge and insights into the city's vibrant street art, underground music scene, and alternative lifestyles. By venturing off the beaten tracks, you'll discover hidden gems that most tourists never get to see. This tour promises to leave you with a deeper understanding of Berlin's unique culture and a new perspective on the city.

Good to know

It's important to note that this tour includes the use of bicycles and helmets, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience. Food and drinks, as well as hotel pickup and drop-off, are not included in the tour price, so it's recommended to bring some snacks and a bottle of water. Additionally, gratuities for the guide are not included, so it's customary to tip if you enjoyed the tour.


Travelers who have taken the Alternative Berlin Bike Tour rave about the unique and immersive experience it offers. They praise the knowledgeable and friendly bike guides who provide fascinating insights into Berlin's alternative scene. Many reviewers mention that this tour takes them to hidden spots and neighborhoods they wouldn't have discovered on their own. Overall, feedback indicates high levels of satisfaction and a strong recommendation for anyone wanting to explore the alternative side of Berlin.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

  • Mobile

Is an adult required for the booking?

  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

Your Itinerary

Berlin on Bike - Tours & Rental

Bike Depot where we start end end our tours.


The Berlin Kulturbrauerei is a 25,000 m² ensemble of buildings. With its courtyards and unique architecture, it has been a listed building since 1974 and is one of the few well-preserved industrial architectural monuments in Berlin dating from the end of the 19th century.

Volkspark Friedrichshain

(Pass by)

The Volkspark Friedrichshain is a recreation area in the Berlin district of Friedrichshain. It was built in 1846 as the first municipal green area in Berlin.


(Pass by)

The East Berlin district of Friedrichshain radiates an alternative and unconventional charm. The striking Oberbaum Bridge spans the Spree and connects Friedrichshain with the district of Kreuzberg. The area is known for techno clubs such as Berghain and political graffiti at the East Side Gallery, a listed section of the Berlin Wall. The Karl-Marx-Allee is lined by buildings from the Soviet era. The independent boutiques and casual bars at the green Boxhagener Platz attract an international audience. Translated with


Shaped by apartment blocks and towers in a style mix of Socialist Classicism and Prussian Schinkel School.

RAW Tempel Nightclub

Space for intercultural projects, exhibitions and markets as well as home to many clubs and bars.

East Side Gallery

(Pass by)

A permanent open-air gallery on the longest remaining section of the Berlin Wall in Mühlenstraße between Berlin's Ostbahnhof and the Oberbaumbrücke bridge along the Spree.

Oberbaum Bridge

(Pass by)

One of Berlin's most beautyful bridges. It is the landmark of the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district and connects both districts.

Kunstlerhaus Bethanien

(Pass by)

Centre for modern visual arts with exhibitions, workshops and artist-in-residence programme.

Gorlitzer Park

Der Görlitzer Park zählt zu den großen Parks und Naherholungsgebieten im Berliner Ortsteil Kreuzberg. Er wurde in den späten 1980er und frühen 1990er Jahren nach dem Abriss der Bahnanlagen des alten Görlitzer Bahnhofs angelegt.



4.8 (63)


Our guide Anna from Sweden gave both personal perspectives and experiences, mixed with her research on the various street art crews. A great way to experience hidden parts of Berlin.


I would highly recommend Berlin on Bike to experience the city. Our guide, Anna (from Sweden) gave us a brilliant tour of Alternative Berlin and brought particular insight to the tour through her own experiences of Berlin's subculture. Anna's friendly nature and great knowledge of the city made the tour so interesting and enjoyable. There were others that took the tour the same afternoon from England, Australia, Mexico, Netherlands, France and Canada so it was an added bonus to meet people from so many different countries visiting Berlin. The bikes provided were perfect for the flat terrain of the city and there was so much to see between the trendy cafes, mesmerising graffiti, hotspots in pop culture and historical landmarks. Something for everyone!


I believe we had a higher expectation for this experience. There was alot of biking on main roads which can be intimidating and not so off the beat and path. The group often got split up and this venue should consider 15 too many. For some biking is a leisure activity and may not move at the pace of a daily cyclist. Our guide was not very animated so we were not impressed overall. We did get some awesome pics but time spent at these places were very minimal.


The tour was amazing! We got to see so many interesting spots with the best guide Anna. She was very professional and super funny.

Nicola M

Katy was enthusiastic and informative. We cycled through three districts stopping at points of interest. Definitely worth doing if you enjoy cycling and want to see Berliner life outside of the central tourist attractions.


4 hours trip with great comments and explanations Small group (8 people) The guide was very passionate and expert


A highly recomended tour! It gave new perspectives and knowledge about the once divided city and its development growing back together as one. Our local guide, Jasper, shared his knowledge, wisdom and humour all the way while he included all the individuals in the group. We were really taken care of and Jasper is truly one of a kind. 3,5 hours went by too fast. Our bonus was collected in the construction work on the S-bahn the same evening, a new rental bike - and another 40 minutes on a bike heading back to the apartement


3 and a half hours spent exploring parts of Berlin I would never have seen otherwise. Our guide Anna was fantastic. She told stories of her experience growing up in Berlin, infused the tour with anecdotes and pointed out local hangouts that we went back later to explore after the tour. I would highly recommend taking this tour early during your stay in Berlin so you can go back to explore the local parks, galleries and suburbs with amazing eateries in the following days.


This tour was amazing. We booked a custom tour and identified those places we wanted to have included (having been to Berlin before). Our guide Katie was brilliant. Covered all the places and a couple of surprise bonus places as well as allowing us all the time we wanted to get in photos etc. Highly recommend. 10/10


The guide was very knowledge of local neighborhoods and alternative art and other cultures. Definitely got to see parts of the city that we would not have seen on a standard guided tour. The guides passion for the topics came through. If you enjoy street art, the art scene in general, quirky neighborhood bars and clubs, neighborhoods that include squatter encampments, stories of culture clashes, "untold" stories of the Wall, and a ride through "regular" neighborhoods, this is for you.
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2024-04-13 06:40