One of the great advantages to hiring a tour guide is to explore aspects and areas of a city ignored by the guide books. Even if you've been to Berlin before and think you've seen it all, we can assure you: there's more out there. Berlin is a sprawling place more than forty kilometers across and, unlike elsewhere, city life doesn't gravitate to a town center. Instead, Berlin is a collection of neighborhoods, Kieze in local parlance, each with its own unique character. Whether you choose to spend time in formerly working-class, now thoroughly gentrified Prenzlauer Berg, bourgeois Charlottenburg or edgy, multicultural Kreuzberg, there is a fascinating history to explore. Plus you will experience the vibrancy of local life in a way you can't at the Brandenburg Gate. Whether your interest is markets, street art, shopping or café culture, we will take you to the neighborhood worth exploring. Just remember to beware of dog poo and hipsters!