|Infomations about the tour:
|Date||According to the arrangement|
|Start time||11:00 Uhr|
|Duration||ca 6 h incl. break|
|Price*||20 Euro p. person
Minimum price 50 Euro
|Bikes||bring your own
or rent a bike at
8 Euro/24 h
at the meeting point
Bike rental "mrm"
|How to get there||
U3, U4, Tariff zones AB
|Languages||German or English|
* does not include local transportation tickets, rental fee or entry tickets
** Meeting point is at the bike rental "mrm" at Nollendorfplatz.
The official adress is: Einemstr. 6, 10787 Berlin but, strangely enough,
it is located directly at Karl-Heinrich-Ulrichs-Straße next to the CVJM (YMCA). Rental bikes can be used for 24 hours.
- Starting Point Nollendorfplatz
- Brandenburg Gate
- Monbijou Park at Museum Island
- New Synagoge
- Through Barn Quarter
- Prenzlauer Berg - Water Tower
- Kollwitz Place
- Culture Brewery
- Wall Park
- Millions Bridge in Gesundbrunnen District
- 2nd World War anti-aircraft defence bunker
- The Quarters along the Panke Creek
- German Federal Intelligence Agency
- Wall Way at the Invalids' Cemetary
- Through the Charité Campus
- Government District and Chancellary
- Through Tiergarten to Culture Forum
Back to Starting Point Nollendorfplatz
Explore the inner city of Berlin (inside the S-Bahn circle) one quarter at a time according to a drawing of a four-leaved clover leaf!
The heart-shaped leaves/tours point to the four directions of the compass. Each tour starts and comes back to the center where the four
clover leaves meet. After completing all four tours you can proudly say "Ich bin ein Berliner".
The Clover Leaf Tour North first takes us directly through the Tiergarten and Brandenburg Gate to Museum Island. From here, we ride straight north and come to the "Scheunenviertel" (Barn Quarter) and Prenzlauer Berg district. At the time of the GDR, these former living quarters of the working class were falling into decay whereas today, they are among the most popular quarters of the city. At the northern end of the famous "Mauerpark" ("Wall Park"), the turning point of our tour, we "cross over" into Wedding district. Once, it was part of the so-called "Golden West" but, today, it is considered one of the worst problem districts. On the other hand, here you find a lot of history and the Berlin feeling of "poor but sexy". After enjoying the view over Berlin from the 2nd World War anti-aircraft defence bunker we follow winding paths along Panke Creek and along the Wall to the government district. Before we reach our goal, as we pass the noble Culture Forum, you will learn about the "Potse" (Potsdamer Strasse) and what it is infamous for.