Discover the former problem suburb and its culinary and cultural sides. See the change of the district with your own eyes and enjoy delicious tastings.
Despite its reputation as a problem suburb, the Westberlin district has quite pretty corners. Slowly but surely the quarter changes, leaving its bad image behind. Today it is a trendy neighborhood where primarily the youth are celebrating.
Discover the new facets of Neukölln. In past times, it was only known as immigrant district with a huge tendency to organized crime. Today, the area is home to over 160 nationalities and meeting point for totally different cultures. Learn about the fascinating mixture and the diversity of the quarter, which can also be detected in the local cuisine.
Enjoy the various tastings inspired by different corners of the world. Visit an American deli, taste Arabic specialties and relax at an espresso bar. The local variety of food and cuisine will suit every palate delightfully.
Accompanied by your guide you’ll gamble to the Richardplatz where the scenery with the lush gardens and timbered houses is really idyllic. Follow the vibrant main streets and pass one of the landmarks of Neukölln, the city hall. On your way, you’ll get to know hidden attractions, diverse architecture and interesting anecdotes about the quarter.
For the majority of customers the food samples are enough to constitute a lunch. In case of any special dietary requirements, please inform the organizer in advance.
Please be aware that this tour is no suitable for vegans, people with lactose or gluten intolerance or nut allergies.
• 3 hour guided tour
• 7 tasty samples
• 1 Neukölln broschure
At Richardplatz. You'll receive the details after your booking.
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In case, you cancel 30 to 15 days prior to the tour, the cancellation fee amounts to 20 percent of the tour price. 14 to 6 days the cancellation charge is set to 50 percent. Up to 5 days before the tour or in case of a no-show a refund is not possible.
This deal can be cancelled for free up to 31 days before the date of the activity.