1. Berlin: Golden Twenties Walking Tour with Cremant
Walk in the footsteps of icons, such as Marlene Dietrich and Josephine Baker as you explore the glitzy ballrooms and theaters that epitomized Berlin's roaring Weimar Republic. Join historian Arne Krasting on a walking tour of Berlin's Golden Twenties and toast with a glass of Cremant. Meet Arne at Delphi Filmpalast and enter a world of Art Nouveau, glamour, and silent film stars. Gain insight into the lives of Berlin's most prominent entertainers as you discover where Marlene Dietrich rose to fame and how Josephine Baker left Berliners starstruck. Take a stroll along the Kurfürstendamm and admire the lavish apartment of a silent film star at Hotel-Pension Funk. As you walk, listen to fascinating stories about the short-lived Weimar Republic and the political instability that would soon unravel it. Marvel at historic hotspots where the night never ended and visualize the venues and streets as they were with the aid of images and films presented on an iPad. See an original bank bill from the era and round off your experience with a well-deserved glass of Cremant. Arne Krasting is a historian, podcaster, author, and official partner of "Babylon Berlin." Passionate about Berlin and the ephemeral Weimar Republic, Arne pulls back the curtain on Berlin's most exciting decade along with the people and venues that played a starring role.