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Context organizes scholar-led walking tours of Berlin that are capped at six people maximum. The aim is to create an in-depth learning experience with a lot of back and forth between the participants and the guide, who is usually a university...more
Each of the last 3 years, a friend and I have spent a week or more in Berlin. And each of those years, we've taken at least one Context Travel tour. This year, we did "Modernist Masters at the Berggruen Museum" and "From Bauhaus to...More
This was a very interesting tour down to the fact Finn our tour guide was highly intellectual and passionate about the subject of Nazi Germany.
Along with all the historic sites we visited. I had some questions he happily answered, it was only a small...More
4 of us spent an awesome 4 hours with Aaron Birchenough walking in Berlin. His knowledge, energy and humor bought the old and new Berlin to life as we strolled this history packed city!
Can’t wait for our Berlin Wall tour tomorrow again with Context!
I was recently in Berlin with my adult children. We had the good fortune to have an exceptional guide, named Dora, take us on a tour titled, The Story Of Berlin. She was full of such wonderful information and made every stop come to life...More
We have done many Context Tours and each one is better than the last.
We just finished a wonderful walking tour in Berlin with Aaron Birchenough. My son 12 loved discussing historical facts with him and Aaron could discuss all his questions and queries. Context...More
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ContextTravel, Manager at Context Berlin Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 12 July 2018
Hi samaxted, thanks for your kind note. It's so great to hear about your son diving into Berlin's history during the walk - we hope this inspires him to keep learning! Also glad to have you with us in Munich. It's one of our newest...More
My family and I have done two tours with Context in Berlin, and have been thrilled with the experience both times. Our guides, Aaron and Sven, were truly enthusiastic about their areas of expertise, and were knowledgable enough to answer questions and provide information that...More
My husband and I, along with our son and daughter-in-law spent a few days in Berlin in late March. We scheduled 3 private tours through Context, and all of them were absolutely fabulous. Our guides were Finn, Chris and Aaron. They were all extremely knowledgeable...More
Despite freezing cold weather and a biting wind, we had a great tour of the Jewish experience in Berlin with Finn. We were able to have some time for an interactive dialogue while sipping coffee in a warm restaurant and the rest of the time...More
Berlin greeted us with a snowstorm and sub-freezing temperatures for the morning of the tour. Our guide Finn effectively conducted the tour by alternating between indoor discussions of the history and context and outside walks to see the sights we had been discussing. Our conversations...More
Our tour with Finn Ballard was excellent. Finn had an encyclopaedic knowledge of the history of the wall. He used a tablet to add informative material. He was a very pleasant guide and we would unhesitatingly recommend him and the tour.
The Johnson family SYDNEY.
No Berlin neighbourhood is more popular with the young and jet-set crowd than the old worker's district of Neukölln. With so many Turkish settled here, the area became known as “Little Istanbul“. Today the percentage of foreigners is still high and visitors still frequent the Turkish shisha bars. In the daytime, they also visit the designer shops and sit by the canal in one of the street cafés up and down
Westerstrasse or at Maybachufer, having a beer and waving to the sightseeing boats as they float by. But at night, Neukölln is dominated by increasingly young, alternative, and international crowds. This is particularly evident in the northern section of the district where there are many bars, funky clubs, galleries and restaurants. There, the night never seems to end.
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Hi Carol, we've just spotted your question - sorry about that! We are strong believers in experiencing a city on the ground, up close and personal. Failing that, there's a city bus route in Berlin, #100, that drives past... More
Hi Carol, we've just spotted your question - sorry about that! We are strong believers in experiencing a city on the ground, up close and personal. Failing that, there's a city bus route in Berlin, #100, that drives past many of the well-known sights. It's a nice way to see the city from a local perspective. Let us know if you come back to Berlin!