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Berlin Pub crawls & bar tours

Our most recommended Berlin Pub crawls & bar tours

Berlin: Icebar Entrance with 3 Drinks

1. Berlin: Icebar Entrance with 3 Drinks

Cool off with a ticket to Icebar Berlin and chill out with complimentary drinks in glasses that made out of ice. Feel like a explorer as you take part in a Polar Expedition with your Seaman's Book. Be surrounded by 69,000 kilos of ice and stay warm with provided winter clothing.  Meet your fellow crew members for a drink in the tavern before the captain rings the ship’s bell to board the Hansa. Assistants will make sure you are properly dressed for the freezing experience to come, as King Wilhelm I and Chancellor Bismarck see you off on your journey to the east coast of Greenland. When you enter the bar, you’ll receive a Seaman's Book, or Seefahrtsbuch, before you can take part in the Polar Expedition. The Seaman's Book documents you as a crew member of the Hansa. It also documents the drinks you have consumed, so be sure to have it stamped when you order your included drinks. In total you will have one drink in the tavern and two in the Icebar. Enjoy the ambient light and ice sculptures of the Icebar and test yourself how long you can last in the cold.

Berlin: Pub Crawl with Skip-the-Line Club Entry

2. Berlin: Pub Crawl with Skip-the-Line Club Entry

Begin your evening by getting to know your guide and other like-minded travelers. From there, head out into the Berlin night to your first stop. After you’ve properly loosened up, continue on to three additional venues of bars, pubs, and dance halls. Every night is a new experience on this pub crawl. Get to know Berlin’s nightlife as you make four stops ranging from cocktail lounges, alternative dives, techno bars, bustling dance halls, and more. Enjoy complimentary shots along the way, always concluding your evening at one of the city’s biggest dance clubs where you'll skip the line with VIP entrance. This pub crawl takes you to a variety of bars and pubs in the city’s most popular neighborhoods. Crawl through Berlin with the iconic tv tower as your backdrop and have an unforgettable experience drinking and dancing the night away.

Berlin Nightlife: The Original Pub Crawl

3. Berlin Nightlife: The Original Pub Crawl

So you've seen the sights by day, but are yet to experience the Berlin nightlife? The German capital is renowned for its alternative bars, weekend-long raves, and crazy club culture – so don't miss out on seeing this side of Berlin too! Grab a friend or 2 and get ready to meet new ones on this wild pub crawl through the city.  Start the night by meeting your guide and mingling with other travellers before heading out into Berlin's nightlife. During the pub craw, stop in several cool bars which range from cocktail bars, basement dives, shisha bars, and themed pubs. Though the selection of bars rotate every night, all of them will show you a different and exciting side to Berlin. End the night with VIP entrance to an awesome club and witness some of the best nightlife in all of Europe. Berlin is famous for its nightclubs, where the all-night parties run for days on end. Check out for yourself what everyone is talking about, and enjoy some complimentary shots and drinks specials while you're at it.

Berlin: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus and Icebar Ticket Combo

4. Berlin: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus and Icebar Ticket Combo

Cruise around the city in a hop-on hop-off bus and see all the sights over a period of 24 hours. Explore the historic neighborhoods of the German capital with ease and hop off for a chilling experience at the Angiyok Icebar Berlin.   Board the bus at the starting location, and once you see something interesting, hop off and explore — from the Brandenburg Gate to Potsdamer Platz, the Berlin Zoo to the Reichstag. Onboard, you’ll get audio commentary in multiple languages so you can learn about everything you see along the way.   The nearest stop for the Icebar Berlin is Rotes Rathaus/Alexanderplatz. From there, you can walk to the ice bar, where upon arrival, you’ll receive 3 free tokens: 1 gold and 2 silver. First, you’ll enter the lounge with normal room temperatures. Exchange your gold token for a beer, wine, freshly made cocktail, or non-alcoholic beverage. After a welcome drink in the lounge, don the provided warm coat and gloves to enter the negative 10-degree Celsius ice bar. Exchange your two silver tokens for beer, liquor shots, or orange juice. Enjoy the ambient light and ice sculptures and see how long you can stand the arctic temperatures.

Berlin: Private Pub Crawl Tour

5. Berlin: Private Pub Crawl Tour

Enjoy an exciting pub crawl without the stress of planning one yourself. Whether a birthday party, bachelor or bachelorette party, or a work outing, this private tour through the pubs and clubs of Berlin promises an unforgettable experience. Let your guide lead you through 4 of Berlin's hippest hotspots without the worry of waiting in line to get in. Your private guide picks you up from a place of your choice at a time of your choice. Start the tour with a welcome shot for your group before you begin your very own private pub crawl tour. See the hippest locations of Berlin and gain exclusive entry to high spirits and great music. Enjoy free shots at various bars and clubs on the tour and even a few along the way.

Berlin: Neukölln Today - Culture Walking Tour

6. Berlin: Neukölln Today - Culture Walking Tour

Gain an authentic insight into the contemporary cultural life of Neukölln on this fun 2-hour walking tour. Meet your guide who lives in Neukölln who will show you all the off-the-beaten-path hidden gems of this lively and lovely district. Start the tour with a stroll along Sonnenallee - the new Arabic heart of Berlin full of Syrian restaurants, oriental markets, barbershops, and hookah lounges. Then, arrive in the pulsing center of Neukölln to see the beautiful old town hall. Visit various contemporary art sites of the district as for example a former brewery building transformed into a artistic hot spot. Last you will visit an urban rooftop and enjoy one of the most impressive views over the district. If you fancy, you can end the tour by entering a Biergarten located on the rooftop and have a drink.

Berlin Night Bike Tour

7. Berlin Night Bike Tour

Transition from a hectic day of museums to a casual evening out in what's one of the most eclectic cities in the world. Climb to the top of Zionskirche, cruise along Karl Marx Allee, visit Volkspark, see the famous Berghain and enjoy a stop at our favorite local beer garden! This tour has everything you need to appreciate the nightlight in Berlin. Starting at Holzmarkt, your guide will give you some time to explore this diverse, riverside cultural area. From there, we'll head to the East Side Gallery for a bit of history but plenty of great photo opportunities. You can even write on the Berlin Wall! We'll also stop at Berghain, the most famous after-hours techno haven in the world. Typically open from Friday through Monday morning, your guide will give you the best tips and tricks to access this 24-hour party. From here, we'll make our way to the softer side of Berlin nightlife as we cruise through Prenzlauer Berg and stop off at Kulturbrauerei and Prater Beer Garden for a well deserved beer, soft drink, and/or snack (cost not included). This is a great opportunity to chat with your guide about other things to see and do in Berlin. We'll wrap up this evening tour with a climb up to the top of Zionskirche for a stunning vantage point over the city. Enjoy a shot of the famous 'Feigling' schnapps to make this moment even more memorable.

Berlin: Private Premium Pub Crawl Tour

8. Berlin: Private Premium Pub Crawl Tour

Enjoy an exciting evening and discover the hippest clubs in Berlin without the planning or stress. Whether it's for a birthday party, a bachelor or bachelorette party or a work outing, this private premium tour of Berlin’s nightspots will be one to remember. You’ll be met by your private guide at or near the Alexanderplatz before starting your night. On this 4-hour activity, you’ll have exclusive entry to venues and enjoy a welcome shot at every bar and club, and even a shot or two on the go. Listen to great music, have lots of fun in good company and receive special extras as tiaras or key chains for example for your bachelor or bachelorette party.

Berlin: AR Guided Tour Exploring Berlin's Clubbing History

9. Berlin: AR Guided Tour Exploring Berlin's Clubbing History

The recent history of clubbing in Berlin – from 1970s Chez Romy Haag to 2020s Berghain Berghain is probably the world’s most famous club today. Its long rave and techno parties, combined with sexual liberty and their number one rule (“What happens in Berghain stays in Berghain”), have made it legendary. But did you ever wonder where it all started? In 1974, Germany’s most famous trans* woman Romy Haag opened her iconic nightclub in Berlin’s street prostitution district. Among the visitors were celebrities like Tina Turner, the Rolling Stones, and David Bowie. Discover how this began the half-a-century history of our current Berlin club culture that culminated in world-renowned clubs like Berghain and Kit Kat! Berlin clubbing culture in light of the Berlin Wall and how marginalized communities shaped it David Bowie’s visit to Chez Romy Haag was the beginning of a romance between the two. In 1977, he released Heroes, a song that would later be considered a catalyst to the fall of the Berlin Wall. Similarly, Berlin club culture is deeply connected to the history of the divided city and the hopes and dreams after the reunification. Are you tired of always the same historical tours? The Story of Berlin’s Clubs gives you a glimpse into the history of Berlin as you’ve never seen it before – while still being closely linked to the specific historical facts you know! Explore why Berlin’s clubs are more than just dance venues – they are also political spaces that helped shape the reunification. Also, from the beginning, queer and trans* communities have shaped clubbing culture in Berlin, as the area around Chez Romy Haag became one of the world’s most prominent gay districts. Berlin clubs today How many clubs are there today? What do they offer? What kind of music do they play? Why are they often regarded as places of sexual liberty, and exactly how sexually liberal are they? Why are they safer spaces for many marginalized communities? How did they survive the COVID-19 pandemic? Why did Germany recognize them as “cultural institutions”, and what advantages did this have? And how are Berlin clubs still political today? Get answers to all these and many more questions in this fascinating and exciting Berlin guided tour! Discover it all in Augmented Reality Powered by ZAUBAR: Travel through time and see it all in Augmented Reality: Join Queen’s Freddie Mercury while visiting Chez Romy Haag, dance to the predecessor to Berlin’s techno at Metropol, witness the emergence of Berlin’s modern LGBTIQ movement and its struggles with the AIDS crisis at SchwuZ, explore the movement against fascism and racism at SO36, and discover the sexual liberties and fetishes at Berghain, Kit Kat and Lab-Oratory!

Berlin: Clubbing Culture & Free Spaces Walking Tour

10. Berlin: Clubbing Culture & Free Spaces Walking Tour

Clubbing culture in Berlin is unique. The fall of the Berlin Wall made a clubs and free spaces possible and since then these popular places have shaped modern Berlin. These clubs and free places all have important cultural functions in the city of Berlin. They create safe spaces for residents and visitors alike and are continually changing to fit with the new and now. Local politicians are also coming to understand that the clubs are not just cultural influencers, but also important economic players, generating 1.5 Billion Euro each year in revenue. After meeting your guide, you'll explore this fascinating aspect of Berlin's culture and history. First you'll learn how gentrification put an end to Club Rummelsburg, which permenantly closed in 2019. Then take a ride to Warschauer Straße and the RAW area. This area is a great example of a free space which developed right after the Wall came down. Next, discover the close connection between art and clubbing at Berghain. Every month the flyers at Berghain are designed by new artists and for their tenth anniversary they put on an amazing art exhibition. The final stop on your tour is at Holzmarkt where you can see how city development has been influenced by clubbing culture.

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based on 511 reviews

super nice guests and a guide who led us through Berlin's nightlife in a confident and friendly manner. Thanks again for the great tip about the app: Free Now :-)

It was a super nice experience, the bartenders were skilled, they know how to make the drinks so well. Customer service is great. Loved it!

Brilliant atmosphere, visited the Amsterdam ice bar and this is so much better !! Drinks were amazing

It was fun, well organized, my wife and I met some cool people and had a lot of fun.

Moses (the bartender) and the bar are an absolute must to visit!