TOURS IN BERLIN
Cosmopolitan and experimental
Berlin, capital of Germany, recognized as a world-class cultural and artistic center, is an indispensable reference in Germany, Europe and the world. Its influence stands out in fields such as technology, commerce and politics. After the Second World War, Berlin was divided into two ideologically opposed worlds: the East, where the German Democratic Republic (RDA) was created and the West, corresponding to the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG), but later reunified. This fact is very important, since then, the city has undergone an intense process of renovation and has evolved significantly in the way of considering itself and of presenting itself to the outside. If there is any distinctive feature of the Berlin mentality, it is tolerance. Discover the capital of Germany with our architectural tours in Berlin. Our guides will choose the bets itinerary to suit your interests.
Berlin today is an extremely cosmopolitan, multicultural, open minded and receptive city to the most diverse artistic, cultural and technological movements. For architects and town planners, the city is not only an open-air museum – since most of the great architects of the 20th century have left works in Berlin – but also a large experimental laboratory.
Enjoy our tours in Berlin focused on architecture and urbanism, perfect for lovers of architecture, experts and professionals, as well as for groups and student trips, in this city full of contrasts will make your guided tour a rich and fascinating experience.
Enjoy with Artchitectours guided tours around the world, accompanied by one of our professional architects-guides who will be with you throughout the route. Our itineraries, personalized tours and guided tours of architecture and design are meticulously planned to adapt to each group in particular, from the assignment of the appropriate architect-guide, to the rest stops, the type of transport, and more.
TOURS IN BERLIN
Comments from our clients
TOUR BERLIN – BAUHAUS
Como siempre, cumplen todo lo acordado con profesionales valiosos en el aspecto técnico y humano. ¡¡¡CONFORME UNA VEZ MÁS!!!
TOUR BERLIN – CENTRE
Voici les photos du Reichtag.
Merci encore pour le tour et à Huon pour ses compléments d’information.
Ses explications nous ont tous ravis.
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