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Choice of morning or afternoon departure
Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
Small group ensures personal service
Informative, friendly and professional guide
When David Bowie moved to Berlin in 1976, he found an island of Cold War angst, “cut off from its world, art and culture, dying with no hope of retribution.” This tour takes you back to the decadent 1970’s city that inspired Bowie’s classic Berlin albums Low, Heroes and Lodger. Starting at Cold War West Berlin’s decadent heart, Zoo Station, we follow Bowie’s trail to the flat he shared with Iggy Pop, the clubs they partied in and the legendary Hansa recording studios where Bowie’s music reached its creative peak.
Sites visited on this tour usually include:
former Dschungel Club
Topographie of Terror
Bowie’s former home
Neues Ufer café
Tour guide (historian, professor, doctoral student, journalist, or published author)
Food and drinks
Transportation to/from attractions: You will need to use public transport a few times, since the distances between some key sites would be too far to walk. If you will not have a few days visitor's transit pass to Berlin already, we suggest that you purchase the day metro pass. If you cannot purchase it in advance, your guide will help you purchase it at the first metro station on the tour