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Free Tour Berlin and the Culture of the Car
Hello! I am Martín, Argentine, I am 37 years old and since 2019 I live in Berlin. Since I can remember I like cars, and I love to travel, so this tour is the combination of my two great passions. As a specialized journalist I worked for more than 10 years testing cars and writing in magazines, and as a curious person, since I arrived in Berlin I have investigated places and stories in order to offer something unique. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!
Germany invented the car: can you imagine discovering Berlin through the history of the automobile? This tour is unique in the German capital and the best thing is that... you don't have to be a car freak to enjoy it.
We begin the tour where the patent for the first automobile in history was delivered, a few meters from where many years later the first traffic light in Germany was installed, which we are going to see. There we will talk about the origins of the automobile.
Then the future: we'll go over the new forms of mobility and how we relate to that. Does the ecology really matter to automakers?
The next stop is pure adrenaline: we visit the ruins of the fastest and most dangerous racing circuit in Europe during the Nazi era. Motoring and propaganda, tragedies and cars at 350 km/h.
Finally, an old tram workshop where some of the best classic cars of all times sleep. A simply irresistible place.
There, in the Moabit neighborhood, the tour ends.
-You need a daily transport ticket zone AB (we move on foot and by train).
-To carry out the tour there must be a minimum of 6 participants.
If you are interested in cars and mobility, or are just curious, you cannot miss this tour. It is unique in Berlin!
What will we visit on this tour?
Meeting point:Potsdamer Platz 10, 10785 Berlin, Ger...Potsdamer Platz 10, 10785 Berlin, Germany
We are located at Potsdamer Platz 10, 10785, Berlin. I will be at the door of the cafe "Espresso House".
1Outside visitPotsdamer Platz
2Outside visitMall of Berlin
3Outside visitAVUS Tribune - Berlin
4Outside visitMotel und Restaurant Avus
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).
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