BERLIN PRIVATE TOURS
Tour 4 – A sustainability walk through Neukölln
GET AMAZING GREEN INSIGHT
During this 2 hour walk through quaint historic neighborhood streets and converted industrial areas, we examine how social sustainability manifests in the many citizen-driven initiatives we pass. If you are interested in taking a deeper look at topics connected to social sustainability while exploring a vibrant, rapidly changing, and historically rich district of Berlin, this tour is for you!
On this tour you will discover:
Quaint classic Berlin 1900s neighborhoods
Green spaces with a rich and fascinating history
Re-envisioned and redeveloped factory buildings
A hip multicultural area
An ambitious attempt at solving world hunger
Berlin’s probably most colorful staircase
Storefronts with missions undisclosed by the naked eye
Countless endeavors to make our planet a better place to live
How local politics set a framework for the sustainable development of a neighborhood
The core of a Green Bike Tours
Together, with our Green Guides you get to explore the sustainable city and we guarantee you that our tours will leave you with tons of information. The tours are for everyone who is curious about this field! All of our green guides have an in-depth understanding and knowledge about sustainable topics.
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Contact us to make a booking when it suits you and your group – it can be week days as well as weekends.
Write to us for a price. We can handle groups up to 45 pax at the same time in 3 small groups with each a guide.
Where do we meet
We meet in front of the entrance to Prinzessingärten, Hermannstrasse 99-105, 12051 Berlin. The tour ends at the metro stop U Rathaus on line 7
Dear Greenbiketours Team
Thank you for making our Berlin trip special! Our two guides took us to a bunch of beautiful/different places and parts of the city, that we probably would not have been able to visit ourselves. Throughout the guided bike tour we were able to experience Berlin from a whole different viewpoint. Not only did we visit parks and architecture which are eye-catching, we also got a lot of information about sustainability and environmental improvements in the city. We had a great time and it was one of the best activities we participated in during our short one week stay in Berlin. All in all, it was an amazing tour with great guides in an awesome city.
Maximilian, Austria | From tripeadvisor
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