Tours last about two to three hours, give or take. Depending on the dynamics of the group, they might be shorter or longer and we can just play it by ear on the day.

They cost between 35 and 50 euros a head.

From "Gastarbeit" to gentrification

Gözleme, hummus, felafel, baklava, flat whites and plenty more. This tour takes you to Neukölln, the Berlin district which boasts the highest number of ethnic groups and is therefore ideal fo...

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Eat animals? Who needs to?

Vegetarian was yesterday, now vegan is all the rage. On this tour, you can eat crepes, burgers and pizzas made without a trace of meat or dairy products. You'll also find out ...

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Open spaces

Berlin is one of the greenest capitals in the world and also one of the most innovative. On this tour, you might drink beer in a park conceived for hunting rabbits, drink ...

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If none of the other tours appeal or you just fancy eating sweets for a whole afternoon or tasting six different coffees one morning, just say so. We can talk and tailor-make ...

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What is important is that you remember that this is a walking tour and you therefore need good shoes to cope with the distances and the cobblestones. I recommend that you have waterproofs and an umbrella on hand - Berlin is not typically a wet city but these days you never know. The "Open Spaces" tour only takes place when it is dry (there is a reason why I left the UK!).

You can take these meat-free tours in English, French or German. English is my language mais je parle aussi français und wenn Ihr Deutsch hören wollt (freilich mit Akzent), dann kein Problem!

Come relaxed and open-minded and hungry of course!