Walking Tour Berlin -Architecture

Berlins fascinating architectural landscape

Interested in neoclassic, modern or post-modern architecture?  The main focus of this special Berlin tour is up to you.

The classical Walking Tour Architecture could start e.g. at Cultural Forum – the example of modern Sixties architecture by Mies van der Rohe and Hans Scharoun.

Just a short distance away you will see Sony- and Daimler-Center at old/new Potsdamer Square – a feast of excellent post-modern art of building –  by Helmut Jahn, Sir Richards Rogers, Renzo Piano and others.

Follow our Guide along the former no-men`s land via the impressing Holocaust Memorial of Peter Eisenman to a little touch of 18th century neoclassic architecture – the well known Brandenburg Gate.

After that it is high time to turn around and admire at Paris Square a wonderful work of Gehry, the creator of Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao.
We close this inspiring tour usually in the new Government Quarter. North of the dominating parliament building, the Reichstag, built till 1894 by Wallot, you will find the “Ribbon of the Federation” the three new government buildings and the new central station, the excellent work of Meinhard Gerkan.

This Architecture Walking Tour Berlin is a must for aficionados of grand architecture.

Architectural highlights of this tour:

Cultural Forum and Philharmonie (Scharoun), Potsdamer Square, Sony Center (Helmut Jahn), Leipziger Square with Canadian Embassy, Holocaust Memorial (Peter Eisenmann), Pariser Platz and DZ-Bank (Gehry), Academy of the Arts (Behnisch), Government Quarter, Ribbon of Government Buildings, Bundeskanzleramt (Axel Schultes), Reichstag (Wallot).


  • Tour parameters: individual, exclusive walking tour
  • Date and time: according to your requests
  • Starting location: Potsdamer Square
  • Length:  min. 2 hrs
  • tour characteristics: architectural walking tour,
  • can be combined e.g. with Berlin Mitte walking tour
  • Languages: engl., ital., french, span., russ. and more

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Modern and post-modern architectural highlights around
Potsdamer Square