Street Art Bike Tour Berlin

    • 3.5 hours | 8 miles
    • From €32 EUR
    • Berlin
    Rider Level: Leisure Electric bike tours Family-friendly bike tours

    Rider Level: Leisure Electric bike tours Family-friendly bike tours

    3.5 hours | 8 miles
    From €32 EUR

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    • Experience the artistic spirit that defines Berlin

      Berlin plays host to an ever-changing gallery of murals, graffiti, posters and stencils that pop up at night and are sometimes gone by the next day! Enjoy the benefits of bike rental and a family-friendly day tour suitable for children.

      On this unique guided bike tour you will see both the classic murals and recent highlights. Since the city's street art is ever-changing, so is the day tour - our experienced guides will take you to the current must-see places that only a local would know!

      Berlin plays host to the Wall of Fame in the Prenzlauer Berg neighborhood's Mauerpark, a 250-meter stretch where the city has deemed graffiti legal and artists are at work night and day. Cycling further, you could see the R.A.W. area in Berlin-Friedrichshain, a hive of counterculture home to music, bars, flea markets, and, naturally, plenty of impressive graffiti. Nearby is the East Side Gallery, a long piece of the former Berlin Wall, now covered with beautiful and thought-provoking murals, including the famous Trabi and Kiss paintings.

      Stop by the Holzmarkt for souvenirs or to talk to Berlin's artists, bike up to the gallery at House Schwarzenberg in Mitte, cycle through the historic West Berlin neighborhood of SO36 in Kreuzberg, or head up to Wedding to see the newest street art being made along the river Panke.

      This is a relaxed, cultural bicycle tour designed with discovery at its heart – an edgy excursion through unforgettable Berlin, a street art hotspot. Take the bike tour that gives you an art attack!

      Please note there is no fixed route for this bike tour, which allows each guide to surprise you with Berlin’s street art highlights.

      • Berlin Graffiti. Unsplash:Jamie Hunt
      • Berlin Graffiti with bike. Unsplash:Mateo Krossler
      • Karl Marx graffiti, Berlin. Unsplash:Dima Kolesnyk
      • Berlin Graffiti and sofa. Unsplash:Robby McCullough

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      Days Start Finish
      Friday · Mar 17–Oct 27 3:00 pm ~6:30 pm
      Friday · Nov 3–Nov 10 2:00 pm ~5:30 pm


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      What’s included

      Bike, helmet, and certified guides.

      You will also get rain ponchos free of charge and gloves in cold temperatures.

      Possible eBike upgrade for an additional fee.

      All Berlin on Bike bicycles are equipped with a small basket for backpacks, bags, or jackets, plus there are tension straps so that the load is also secured. Heavy luggage or purchases can be left in the operator's office during opening hours. No matter how old your children are, there are suitable vehicles available. Whether it’s a child trailer with a baby seat, child seats, tag-alongs or children’s bikes in various sizes, with derailleur gears or back pedal brakes, and of course matching helmets. There are also special tours tailored to families with smaller children.

      Meeting place & directions

      Kulturbrauerei in Prenzlauer Berg

      All Berlin on Bike public bike tours start at the Kulturbrauerei (means “Culture Brewery”) in the Prenzlauer Berg district. The brewery grounds have several entrances, the best way to get there is through the archway at Knaackstraße 97. From the underground station Eberswalder Straße (underground line 2, three stops north of Alexanderplatz) it’s a 200-metre walk.

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