Just arrived in Berlin? Let's first have a walk to get a feel for the city!

You can see the historical sights along the Avenue Unter den Linden, Isle of Museums to the Hackesche Market, the Cathedrals and the Synagogue. Berlin's new attractions are contemporary, discover them walking with me from the Centralstation (Hauptbahnhof) via Reichstag building to the Potsdamer Platz.

Do you like shopping or art galleries? It's a pleasure along the Friedrichstrasse with its beautiful new quarters or on the Boulevard "Ku-damm" with its charming boutiques, especially in the side streets, around Hackesche Market and in Berlins neighbourhood.   

In the evening you must go and see one of the cabarets or musicals and experience one of the many famous nightclubs.

On the following day we can do a tour through Greater Berlin by motor vehicle, finishing by boat along the rivers and canals.

Not enough yet? You can go on a relaxing excursion to Potsdam, the town of romantic gardens and beautiful palaces or a trip to the Spreewald.

Are you interested? As your professional tourist guide in Berlin and Brandenburg and tour guide in Germany, my intention is to make your time over here exciting, informative and very memorable.

Here's wishing you a heartfelt welcome to Berlin and to Germany. Let's plan it together! Herzlich willkommen! 

Your friendly guide in Berlin





Thematic walking tours & tours by moving vehicle, orientation tours, lightseeing tours, photo stop tours, excursions in the surrounding areas, guided tours of palaces, parks & gardens, museums, exhibitions, memorials and special districts.

Tourist guide for sightseeing, presenter (including river boat cruises), tour operator or travel companion, transfer escort, evening escort for individuals and groups and VIP's, schools and educational institutions, conventions and events.


Translations English / German and German / English in verbal form


Coach and consultant for the design of your program and event

Writer of tours

Orator for burials


Speaker / lecturer for the content (the profession of a tourist guide)

- Briefing, quality control and ethics

- Organization, planning development and updating of tour programmes

- Marketing

- Exemplary walking tours

- Business skills for tourists guides  

German courses

for pupils and students from the UK, Ireland, USA, Australia and New Zealand in connection with Berlin and its sights.


A film crew or a photographer accompanies your activities and prepares for an exclusive souvenir - so our event and your visit to Berlin will always remain unforgettable.

City tour by MOVING VEHICLE for an overview:

Berlin and its main tourist attractions (2 hours)

Berlin and its classic variety (3 hours)

Themed guided tours by MOVING VEHICLE

The Berlin Wall - along where the wall was 31 years after...

Westberlin - a front island city of freedom within the cold war

Eastberlin - Capital of the GDR (DDR)

Architecture in Berlin

The green environment of Berlin

Berlin under the Nazis 

Jewish past and present

Winter Magic Christmas Berlin 

Evening Berlin - Lightseeing

Berlin by night 

Go Trabi go! - Berlin by Trabant car 

Neighbourhood tours by MOVING VEHICLE

Kreuzberg: cultural diversity, alternative life and new middle class

Wedding: simply more than you think of!

Charlottenburg: glamorous and elegant 

Mitte: not quite finished yet very representative

Schoeneberg: social classes so well mixed and so liberal

Friedrichshain: "no euro but sexy" and very trendy


Berlin Historical: from Gendarmenmarkt to Hackescher Market - the "The Grand Filet".

Berlin New: from Potsdamer Platz to the government and parliament quarter - not just steel and concrete, also green and transparent.

The division and the reunification: pleasure and pain from the Brandenburg Gate along the former border strip to Checkpoint Charlie.

13th August 1961: the day when the wall came up - a walk from Prenzlauer Berg along Bernauer Street to the Berlin Wall Museum.

The Friedrichstrasse: from Hallesche Gate to the Oranienburg Gate - dense history like nowhere else in the city ( 3.5 hr)

The Kurfuerstendamm: from house number 11 along the amazing boulevard into the side street and back into time of Berlins' "Belle Epoque". 125 years Ku-damm in 2011.

The Nollendorfplatz: Nollendorf Square "coming out and going out" of the rainbow community in Berlin-Schoeneberg 

Kottbusser Tor: what is going on at "Kotti" (Kottbuss Gate) in Kreuzberg 36? Tough but fair and so multicultural!

The Kollwitz Platz: tenements and civic movements in "Prenzelberg" around the Kollwitz Square - new charm and chic of the nouveau rich.

Spandauer Vorstand and the Scheunenviertel (the former area of barns): established trends with Berlin Chic - Jewish history around the Hackesche Market.

The Bavarian Quarter in Berlin-Schoeneberg: signs of remembrance in the socalled former "Jewish Switzerland" and the area of political activity in "Westberlin time".

The Friedrichstadt (the Frederick town): a very special area within Berlin-Mitte and Berlin-Kreuzberg - the baroque town expansion from Gendamenmarkt to the former Prussian Supreme Court.

The Savigny Square: meeting point for the curious mixing with the people home in Charlottenburg - open minded and cosmopolitan with a taste for cuisine and literature.

The Oberbaumbruecke (the Oberbaum Bridge): the former border crossing of East and West Berlin is the bridge between Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain and attractive than ever before and so trendy next to the "Media Spree" and the "Eastern Harbour".

Berlins Nightlife: variety of bars, pubs, clubs and lounges - diversity of the residents and their guests (...).

Frederick the Great: His life in Berlin-Mitte 

SPECIAL PLACES with a closer look at it & not too much walking:

The Nikolai Quater - Berlins Cradle

The Gendarmenmarket with the two churches and towers and its Concert house  

The Paris Square with the Brandenburg Gate and the Hotel Adlon

The Alexander Square with the World-Time-Clock

The Hackesche Market and its courtyards

The Viktoria-Luise-Square in Berlin-Schoeneberg

The Museums Island (UNESCO)

The Checkpoint Charlie

The Wall Museum

The Potsdamer Square

The Parlarment and Government district

The Wall


Kreuzberg (approx.66 m)

Reichstag building (dome approx. 47 m or terrace about 24 m)

Radio Tower - Funkturm (approx. 115 m)

Bell tower by the Qlympic Stadium (approx.74 m)

Teufelsberg "Devil's Mountain" (approx.120 m)

TV Tower - Fernsehturm (approx. 204 m)

Kollhoff high-rise building at Potsdamer Square (approx 90 m)


Garden and park of Palace Charlottenburg

Palace Schoenhausen (license)

Charlottenburg Palace New Wing - Neuer Fluegel (license) tempoary closed

Garden and park of Palace Sanssouci in Potsdam town (license)

Zoo Berlin

Park of Palace Glienicke (just before Potsdam town)

Alte Nationalgalerie - Old National Gallery

Maerkische Museum (license)

Museum and collection Berggruen

Pergamon Museum (license)

Topography of Terror (outside)

Memorial and Museum former KZ Sachsenhausen in Oranienburg (license)

Memorial Ploetzensee

"Historic site of the Potsdam Conference" in Palace Cecilienhof (license)

Wall Memorial in Bernauer Strasse

Wall Museum "House at Checkpoint Charlie"

Alllied Museum

Jewish Museum

New Synagogue


to Potsdam the (Royal) Capital of Brandenburg State 

to Eberswalde (monastery Chorin & shiplift Niederfinow)

to the Spreewald (wood flooded by the river Spree) UNSECO

to Liebenberg and into Loewenberg Land

or to Rheinsberg to the palace or / and to the nuclear power plant out of service

Guided tours in the following places in GERMANY

Dresden, Magdeburg, Wittenberg (town of Martin-Luther), Wörlitz und Leipzig

TOUR OPERATOR with basic skills in the following places in GERMANY

Helgoland, Sylt, Wilhelmshaven, Rostock / Warnemund, Hamburg, Luebeck, Frankfurt at river Main, Koblenz, Ruedesheim (Rhine Journey), St. Goar, Cologne, Munster, Wurzburg, Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Aschaffenburg, Celle, Heidelberg, Bad Duerckheim, Trier, Nuremberg, Munich, Salzburg, Straubing, Erfurt and Lindau.        


Thank you - Vielen Dank!    

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