Duration: 12 hours
Guided tour in Berlin: approximately 6 hours
Language: English, Spanish, Portuguese
Private vehicle & driver for the total duration of 12 hours
Professional English speaking tour guide for 6 hours in Berlin
Meals and drinks
Guide assistance on the way to and from Berlin (the guide only joins the bus in Berlin)
Gratuities are welcomed
The price also includes:
4-course lunch at the restaurant Käfer or Tim Raue (beverages are not included)
Chocolate & praline tasting at the Rausch Chocoliater
Tasting of 5 German & European wines
Coffee & cake at Werkstatt der Süße
Please bring some change in EUR for toilet stops, beverages and for lunch. Please ask our tour guide in Berlin to arrange for a stop at an ATM if you do not have EUR with you
09:00 – 12:00 Driving time from Warnemünde to Berlin with a restroom stop on the way
12:00 – 12:30 Meeting your local epicurean Berlin guide at the Charlottenburg Palace
12:30 – 13:00 Shopping on the Kurfürstendamm
13:00 – 14:00 Shopping at the KaDeWe
14:00 – 15:00 Lunch
15:00 – 15:30 Chocolate tasting at Rausch chocolatier
15:30 – 16:00 Wine tasting
16:00 – 17:00 Visit to the Galleries Lafayette
17:00 – 17:30 Tour of the former Jewish Quarter, now the art and fashion district of the city
17:30 – 18:00 Coffee and cake at Werkstatt der Susse
18:00 – 21:00 Drive back to the ship with a restroom stop on the way
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The private Luxury Gourmet Tour starts directly in front of the cruise terminal. Your driver will meet you at the port and bring you to Berlin. In Berlin, you will be joined by one of our professional local guides and taken on a tour. At the end of the day, you will be brought back to your ship.
In Berlin the tour begins at the regal Charlottenburg Palace where you will meet your guide. We will then head to the former American sector to visit the famous shopping boulevard of West Berlin, the Kurfürstendamm. Next up we will drive past the Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtniskirche, a bombed-out church from WWII, on our way to the largest and most luxurious department store in continental Europe, the Kaufhaus des Westens or KaDeWe. Its top two floors are a true foodie paradise with something to satisfy even the most demanding palates. Explore delicacies from every corner of the world, discover the finest regional specialties and take a stroll through the 7th-floor restaurant boasting a breathtaking view of West Berlin. From French pastries and champagne to Scottish whiskeys, Russian caviar and Cuban cigars — this is the address in Berlin for gourmet food shopping.
For lunch you will have a choice between two of the city’s most acclaimed restaurants:
The first option is the 2 Michelin Star restaurant “Tim Raue”. Tim Raue is Berlin’s most famous chef, who recently became an international celebrity via his appearance on Netflix’s “Chef’s Table”. His flagship restaurant is featured in the official list of “World’s 50 Best Restaurants”.
The second option is the restaurant Käfer. It is a German fine dining restaurant in a most incredible location – the rooftop of the Parliament’s building – the Reichstag. Enjoy the exquisite 4-course menu whilst marveling at one of the best views the city has to offer.
After lunch, you will be treated to a magnificent dessert. To satisfy your sweet tooth we have arranged a chocolate tasting at the finest high-end German chocolatier in Berlin – Rausch. The sampling includes pralines, truffles as well as the finest chocolates from around the world- all handmade locally in Berlin.
At around this time you might be feeling a little thirsty which we will remedy by taking you to a private wine tasting of some wonderful German and European wines. After the sampling, the tour proceeds up Berlin’s other famous shopping boulevard – Friedrichstrasse — to the renowned Parisian department store — the Gallery Lafayette. Once again you will have some free time to explore the culinary delights of their exquisite French food court or to browse the retail shopping space for gifts.
For the penultimate stop of the tour we will drive you through the art and fashion boutique quarter of the city for one last shopping spree in the Hackescher Markt area. Before heading back to your ship, however, we still have one last hidden gem to share with you — Werkstatt der Süße. Here in one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in the former East of the city – Prenzlauer Berg – the patissier Guido Fuhrmann has been lauded nationally and internationally for his delectable dessert creations. After one last coffee and cake, you will be delivered contentedly back to your ship in the comfort of our modern fleet of vehicles.