Berlin Centre: The Pub Sophieneck in the historical Spandauer Vorstadt
City Sightseeing Tours
The Old-Town-Promenade through Berlin's most historical Quarter
The rustic and unsophisticated Pub "Sophien'Eck" lies among the best preserved quarter of the Berlin old town, the Spandauer Vorstadt, that is seated between the Hackescher Markt, the Rosenthaler Square and the famous Oranienburger Street.
Discover amidst the guided promenade the unique and wonderfully renovated courtyards of the late 19th century, the tolerance mile in which Protestants, Catholics and Jews lived peacefully next to each other and live again today, the oldest preserved church in the Berlin centre, the mercurial art scene with innovative galleries, art collections and studios, ingenious businesses and cool bars.
On a lively walk we introduce you to personalities which performed here and lived: the lieutenant general Hans-Christoph v. Hacke, the queen Sophie Luise, the Prussian Sappho Anna Luisa Karschin, the brave policeman Wilhelm Kruetzfeld and others.
Have history and histories from three centuries on a stroll through the streets of this quarter.
We organize and entertain this guided promenade on order, it lasts according to wish between one and two hours. The ideal starting point for the guided tours are either the "Sophien'Eck" or the 1st Hackesche Hof, Rosenthaler Street 40/41 (S-Station Hackescher Market).
In the aftermath to the guided tour a delicious beer and a solid supper in the "Sophien'Eck" taste especially good ...
Prices (incl. 19% VAT)
(up to 20 participants)
Charge for a small group
(< 6 participants)
|1 hour||100,00 Euro||75,00 Euro|
|2 hours||150,00 Euro||100,00 Euro|
For further information and reservation call:
Tobias v. Schoenebeck
Reservierung per Kontaktformular