“Berlin is a city condemned forever to becoming and never to being.” Karl Scheffler, author of “Berlin: The Fate of a City”, 1910.
Berlin’s legacy of artistic innovation and chaotic political change has left behind a fascinating architectural cityscape. Both neoclassical and baroque masterpieces characterize the streets of Berlin’s historic city center. Unexpected changes between East and West Berlin neighborhoods reflect the different advances in post-war reconstruction. Monstrous constructions of kings and dictators, as well as relics of tyrannical dictatorships require your attention. In many places, ordinary everyday buildings stand side by side with the most impressive architectural experiments of modern times.
Discover Berlin’s diverse architecture and join us on a tour of the city’s partly world-famous buildings. We offer you an excellent overview on a route put together by Berlin architects.
Our private city guides will make your stay a special Berlin experience. They not only impress with their competence and professionalism, but also have a very strong regional connection.