Romantic unique city and photo tours with rickshaw rickshaw sightseeing

Easily and quickly reach the sights of the capital and get to know Berlin better in a relaxed atmosphere. Where should it go? To the opera, the Olympic Stadium or Kater Blau? Do you want the club night "from dusk till dawn", a Spree trip through the green, from the Tiergarten to Maybachufer, or would you prefer the quickest way from the concert to a cozy bed? Leo rickshaw offers stress-free trips with a lot of fun, comfort and guarantees the best CO2 balance.

Save time and see Berlin's top sights at a faster pace than on a hike by going on a rickshaw adventure. Get a close-up view of the sights and reach places you couldn't reach by bus.

per adult from

$135

NZD

Duration

1 to 2 hours

Pickup

Hotel pickup available

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  • What's included :
    • Private transportation
    • WiFi on board
    • Warm blanket
    • Music on request
    • Travel guide
    • photographer
    • Alcoholic Beverages
    What's excluded :
    • Gratuities
    • Entry/Admission - Reichstag Building
  • This is a typical itinerary for this product

    Pass By: Brandenburger Tor, 14467 Potsdam, Germany

    The Brandenburg Gate made of sandstone is one of the largest and most beautiful creations of German classicism. It was created between 1788 and 1791 based on designs by Carl Gotthard Langhans the Elder, who was heavily based on the Propylaea of the Athens Acropolis. King Friedrich Wilhelm II had previously ordered the construction of the Brandenburg Gate, as he was looking for a worthy architectural finish for the boulevard Unter den Linden.

    Stop At: Reichstag Building, Platz der Republik 1, 10557 Berlin Germany

    Significant turning points and events in German history are connected to the Reichstag building. On November 9, 1918, the SPD politician Philipp Scheidemann proclaimed the republic from the balcony at the west portal. On the evening of February 27, 1933, the "Reichstag fire" occurred. The plenary hall and the dome were completely destroyed. A red flag of the Soviet Union, hoisted on April 30, 1945 by two Red Army soldiers, symbolized the victory over the "Third Reich".



    Duration: 2 minutes

    Pass By: Soviet Memorial Tiergarten, Strasse des 17. Juni, 10623 Berlin Germany

    Flanked by two "T 34" tanks, a bronze statue of a Red Army soldier with his rifle on his shoulder stands in the middle of the square. Texts with the names of fallen Soviet soldiers are attached to the pillars behind. In the rear part of the memorial are the graves of around 2500 soldiers

    Pass By: Tiergarten, Strasse des 17. Juni 100, 10557 Berlin Germany

    History of the zoo At the end of the 17th century, Elector Friedrich III. Create a "pleasure park for the population" from the former hunting ground. Over time, the park was redesigned based on several models, including the zoo was transformed into an English public park between 1833 and 1838 by the famous landscape designer Peter Joseph Lenné. Sights in the zoo It is not just trees, bushes and green spaces that define the face of the zoo, which covers around 200 hectares. Many sights such as monuments and memorials, bridges, the Victory Column, the Federal President's Office, the House of World Cultures or the English Garden invite you to take a day stroll through the park. The English Garden, which is laid out around a pond, gives an insight into English landscape architecture and is now one of the most beautiful corners of the zoo.

    Stop At: Potsdamer Platz, Berlin, Germany

    Potsdamer Platz was planned by architects as a whole district. With success - the cafes, cinemas and shops between the futuristic skyscrapers are used by Berliners and tourists alike. The plan of the city planners has paid off: The Berliners have accepted the cafés, cinemas and the large shopping arcade of the new Daimler City very well. A completely new district was created on 6.8 hectares between Potsdamer Platz and Reichpietschufer.



    Duration: 2 minutes

    Stop At: Topography of Terror, Niederkirchnerstrasse 8, 10963 Berlin Germany

    The area, known as the "Topography of Terror" from 1987 onwards, was the central location for the planning and control of most Nazi crimes. Between 1933 and 1945, the most important institutions of the National Socialist terrorist apparatus of the SS and police were housed here with the Secret State Police Office, the Reich Leadership SS and the Reich Security Main Office.

    Duration: 2 minutes

    Pass By: Gropius Bau, Niederkirchnerstr. 7, 10963 Berlin Germany

    The Martin-Gropius-Bau is dedicated to cultural history, contemporary art and photography.

    Pass By: Memorial of the Berlin Wall, Bernauer Strasse 111, 13355 Berlin Germany

    Wall

    Stop At: Checkpoint Charlie, Friedrichstr. 43-45, 10969 Berlin Germany

    During the division of Berlin, the former military checkpoint Checkpoint Charlie was the most famous border crossing of the three border points controlled by the Americans, along with the Glienicke Bridge. The others were the border control points Helmstedt-Marienborn (Checkpoint Alpha) and Dreilinden-Drewitz (Checkpoint Bravo). The passage was only allowed to be used by foreigners and employees of the permanent representation of the FRG in the GDR as well as by GDR functionaries.

    Duration: 2 minutes

    Pass By: Friedrichstraße, Berlin, Germany

    he Friedrichstrasse runs through Berlin as a north-south axis. A popular shopping mile emerged between Checkpoint Charlie and Friedrichstrasse station after the fall of the Wall.


    Stop At: Gendarmenmarkt, 10117 Berlin Germany

    The square was built at the end of the 17th century according to plans by Johann Arnold Nering. At that time, French immigrants, mainly French Protestants (Huguenots), settled in this quarter. The market square was initially called Esplanade, then in chronological order Lindenmarkt, Friedrichstädtischer Markt and Neuer Markt. Finally it was renamed Gendarmenmarkt in 1799, because from 1736 to 1782 the guard and the stables of the guard regiment "Gens d´armes" were located there.

    Duration: 2 minutes

    Pass By: Deutscher Dom, Gendarmenmarkt 1, 10117 Berlin Germany

    The permanent exhibition "Ways - Irrwege - Detours" in the German Cathedral shows the historical development of liberal parliamentary democracy in Germany on a total of five floors.

    Pass By: Konzerthaus, Gendarmenmarkt, 10117 Berlin Germany

    The concert hall on Gendarmenmarkt is a masterpiece of classical architecture and is one of Karl Friedrich Schinkel's main works. As early as 1776, at the instigation of Frederick the Great, a small comedy house was opened at this location, which was built according to the plans of the Prussian senior building director Johann Bouman the Elder. was built. The renaming to the Royal National Theater in 1787 highlighted the rise to one of the leading theaters in the country



    Pass By: Bebelplatz 1, 10117 Berlin Germany

    In the middle of the museum center of Berlin, Bebelplatz gives an idea of how a beautiful city was imagined almost 300 years ago. The Nazis desecrated the place with the burning of books, of which a memorial today commemorates. On May 10, 1933, the National Socialists had over 20,000 books burned on Bebelplatz. They were of the opinion that the volumes they had selected were "of a non-German spirit". This included books by Erich Kästner, the Mann family, Magnus Hirschfeld, Lion Feuchtwanger, Karl Marx, Else Lasker-Schüler and almost 400 other authors. Heinrich Heine's books were also burned. If you had read it instead, you would have come across Heine's remark that where you burn books you also have people.



    Stop At: Neue Wache, Unter den Linden 4, 10117 Berlin Germany

    Right next to the armory, which now houses the German Historical Museum, is the rather small Neue Wache. It was built between 1816 and 1818 according to the designs by Karl Friedrich Schinkel and has been the central memorial in the Federal Republic of Germany for the victims of war and tyranny since 1993.



    Duration: 2 minutes

    Pass By: Museum Island, Museum Island, Berlin

    The Museum Island in the center of Berlin is one of the outstanding museum complexes in Europe and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Pass By: Berliner Dom, Am Lustgarten, 10178 Berlin Germany

    With its distinctive design features, the Berlin Cathedral is a must for every church lover and visitor to the city.


    Pass By: Am Lustgarten 1 Museum Island, 10178 Berlin Germany

    The Lustgarten on Museum Island once belonged to the Berlin City Palace. The spacious square is now a popular place with Berliners and tourists.

    Pass By: Stiftung Neue Synagoge Berlin - Centrum Judaicum, Oranienburger Str. 28 - 30, 10117 Berlin Germany

    What was left of it shines all the brighter today: The New Synagogue on Oranienburger Strasse. It was once the largest and most important synagogue in Germany.


    Pass By: Nicholas Quarter, Rathausstrasse 21, 10178 Berlin Germany

    The Nikolaiviertel is Berlin's first and therefore oldest residential area. In addition to the Nikolaikirche, the district offers old town flair with historic houses, restaurants and coffee shops.

    Pass By: Alexanderplatz, 10178 Berlin, Germany

    Whether in the 1920s, in GDR times or today: the famous Alexanderplatz was and remains one of the liveliest squares in Berlin.

  • Departure Point :
    Brandenburg Gate, Pariser Platz, 10117 Berlin, Germany
    Traveler pickup is offered
    Area 2km from the Brandenburg Gate Pick-up is includedmore than 2km will be charged 10 € per km
    Return Detail :
    Returns to original departure point
    Hotel Pickup :
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Stroller accessible
    • Service animals allowed
    • Most travelers can participate
    • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
    • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
    • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
    • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
    • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
    • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
  • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Language

English - Guide

Age Req.

-

Fitness Req.

None

Group Size

2

Organised by Leo Rikscha

Activity ID: V-174392P9

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