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Berlin Bus City Sightseeing
July 01st, 2014
News from Berlin - City sightseeing on a bus is one of the easiest ways to get to know Berlin. The city’s main attractions are often located close to wide streets which can easily be accessed by a sightseeing bus. There are so called “classic tours” as well as themed tours which are focused on culture, history or entertainment.
The classic tours show the famous attractions of Berlin. The busses available are the Double-decker bus, which is typical for Berlin, the Cabriolet bus, the old-timer bus or modern busses with air conditioning. Most tours are two to three hours long and almost all of them pass by the Ku’damm and the KaDeWe as well as the Gedächtniskirche, Siegessäule, Potsdamer Platz, Reichsttagsbuilding, Brandenburg Gate, the Holocaust Memorial, Unter den Linden, Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin Dome, Museumsinsel, and the Alexanderplatz with its TV Tower.
There are also combined tours available which are both bus and boat tours or bus and museum tours or even bus and zoo tours combined. Those who have a lot of time on their hands can even ride the sightseeing bus until they get to Potsdam and visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sanssouci Palace. Prices vary depending on how long you stay on the bus, however a two to three hour tour will typically cost between 15 to 20 euros. The tours are in many different languages and group tours are also available.
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