Rainbow Gay Tour in Berlin
Spoken in: English, français
(9 reviews) star Off the beaten track Berlin 1 - 4 watch_later 3 hours
- done Discover the historical gay neigborhood of Berlin and his background
- done Enjoy a drink in three different unknow bars
- done See where the Schwules Museum is
- done Eat an amazing rainbow cupcake
- done Visit the Pink Trial Memorial
- done Have fun with your private guide and his unique local stories!
You will meet here: Kurfürstenstraße
What you can expect
Berlin has an active gay community with a long history. Let me show you where the gay museum(Schwules Museum) is located.
The museum is devoted to the great diversity of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans-identifying community in history, culture and art and also collects, preserves and showcases documents and testimonials from many decades of queer life.
When walking to the gay memorial, I will tell you more about the the destruction of the active gay and lesbian cultural scene by the Nazis.
We will enjoy a great rainbow cupcake before checking out the kinky shops in the area.
Are you ready for some bar-hopping? I will show you the right spots!
Get in touch if you want to see more or less from this tour, I'm happy to personalize it for you!
This is the plan
Off the beaten track details
- checkFree cancellation up to 14 days before experience date
- closeNo refunds within 14 days of experience date
- checkTHE cupcake
The Music Explorer
"I’m a 22 French young man. In France, I studied and worked as a social worker. Last year, I decide to move to Berlin. I wanted to live here since few years. There are many reasons that made me come here. First, I wanted to improve my English and my German. Berlin is an international city, a perfect place to learn both languages. Now my English is fluent and I’m currently learning German. Second, I choose Berlin for her historical and cultural background. Before I came, I already knew of lot of things about the city but I really fell in love with her the first day I arrived.
I’m creative and imaginative. Berlin is a perfect place to express myself. I could try many jobs and many new experiences. I’m really interested by the underground culture: street art, techno, abandoned buildings. I discovered a brand new life style in Berlin. The LGBT scene is also very developed here, that explain why many people are so open minded. Now, I would like to stay here to study fashion design. For the moment, I’m enjoying life in Berlin."