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Berlin is one of the most bustling cities in Europe and is, no doubt, one of the most visited cities in the world. The city is rich in culture and history and is surrounded with interesting museums and historical buildings featuring magnificent architectures. If you're traveling to Berlin on a budget, you'll be glad to know that there are plenty of cheap things to do in Berlin. If you're going to explore the city streets, you will already be entertained by the many interesting sights you'll come across with, including those colourful street arts and graffiti walls that are truly mesmerizing to watch.

Sure, Berlin may not be the cheapest cities to visit in the world, but there are so many free things to do in Berlin that budget travellers will find entertaining. For instance, if you're someone who loves culture and history, then feel free to check out one of the free museums in Berlin. Don't forget to visit those free attractions in Berlin as well, that includes the Tiergarten, Brandenburg Gate, East Side Gallery, Unter den Linden, Glass Dome of the Reichstag, and Auguststrasse.

What's great about Berlin is that you'll find many activities to keep you entertained regardless of the month of the year that you visited. One of the free things to do in Berlin this summer is to join a free walking tour that will take you to some of the most famous attractions in Berlin. For tourists traveling with kids, check out those free things to do in Berlin with kids, such as a visit to the Tiergarten, an expansive park that offers a tranquil respite from the city's busy life. Here, you can have a picnic with your little ones and explore the various statuses there.

So if you're planning to visit Berlin soon and you're on a limited budget, then here are some of the free things to do in Berlin.

Free Attractions in Berlin

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Walking Tour of Berlin

This is an ideal way to get to know Berlin, giving an overview of various sites which you may then choose to explore in further detail. There are several companies offering tours, but one that is completely free is offered by Sandeman’s New Europe. Meeting every day at the famous Brandenburg Gate (link), the three and a half hour walk takes in the Reichstag (link), the Holocaust Memorial, the recreated Checkpoint Charlie guarding the Wall,...

Berlin Bike Tour: Berlin Wall and Cold War

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  • This is a short bike tour entailing an a detailed exploration of East Berlin, where the world-famous Berlin Wall is situated.
  • You will be learning about the history, politics and events of the Cold War that led to the significance and...
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Alternative Tour of Berlin

A great way to get a flavour of the real Berlin and what makes it unique is to take an alternative tour. One such tour is operated by Alternative Berlin Tours, meeting three times daily. During the three hour duration, you will view the world famous street art and graffiti, see artist squats and multicultural neighbourhoods, a huge skatepark and alternative entertainment venue, urban farms, daytime raves, eclectic shops and flea markets in...

Berlin Wall & Cold War Bike Tour with English-Speaking Guide

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  • This is a short bike tour encompassing an exclusive exploration of the Berlin Wall where you will learn more about World War II and the history, culture and politics revolving around it.
  • You will also be exploring Berlin's most iconic...
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This expansive urban park in the centre of Berlin offers a tranquil respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. There is a wide variety of vegetation, from forested areas to open parkland popular for picnics, and monuments including statues and the restored Beethoven-Mozart-Haydn memorial. Allow a full day if you want to explore the whole of the park, as it covers a vast area of 520 acres. Cycling is a great way to get around.


Berlin Winter City Highlights Bike Tour With English-Speaking Guide

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  • This is a small-group, winter bike tour along the streets, roads and paths of Berlin where you will be exploring a multitude of city areas and attractions.
  • These interesting and spectacular landmarks and attractions include the...
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Brandenburg Gate

An iconic structure and one of the must-see sights of Berlin, this monumental gate, located at Pariser Platz, marks the start of the long tree-lined boulevard of Unter den Linden (link).

The neoclassical gate was built in the late 18th century, replacing an earlier city gate. It has had quite a turbulent history; it was significantly damaged during the Second World War, cut off from the rest of the city when the Berlin Wall was built,...

Berlin Highlights Bike Tour With English-Speaking Guide

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  • This is a Berlin highlights tour featuring some of the most iconic landmarks that you cannot afford to miss during your stay in Berlin.
  • These attractions include the Brandenburg Gate, East Side Gallery (which was once the famous Berlin...
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Holocaust Memorial

This striking memorial, located near the Brandenburg Gate (link), is in two parts. First, there is an above ground field of concrete blocks or stelae, of varying heights. Walking along the pathways between them is designed to produce a dark, confusing and foreboding atmosphere, evocative of the senseless tragedy of the Holocaust.

Then there is an underground information centre where you can find out more about the personal lives of the...

Alternative Berlin Bike Tour - Off the Beaten Tracks With English-Speaking Guide

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  • This is an exclusive bike tour and exploration of Berlin's "alternative side" that exposes you to the more unique sights and views that Berlin has to offer.
  • The attractions that you will be visiting are the Berlin Kulturbrauerei (which...
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This is one of only a few remaining sections of the Berlin Wall, and features 105 paintings along its 1.3km length in the Mühlenstraße. It is thought to be the largest open air gallery in the world.

Painted in 1990, the works symbolise a move towards a brighter future in a united Germany. As a whole the Gallery is a fantastic profusion of colours and styles. Some of the most famous paintings include a kiss between the leaders of West...

Berlin Segway Tour

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  • A super fun and futuristic way to see the city centre of Berlin.
  • Berlin Segway tour is a fast-paced alternative to a standard walking tour.
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Glass Dome of the Reichstag Berlin

One of the most distinctive tourist attractions in Berlin, this dome sits atop the German parliament building, and was installed following the fall of the Berlin Wall. It’s free to climb up to the dome, take in the fantastic views all around, and view the proceedings in the debating chamber down below. This symbolises the new transparency of the government, as opposed to the Cold War period, and puts the citizens above the...

Berlin Bike Tour

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  • A fast and fun bike tour though the city centre of Berlin.
  • A chance to learn about the city, both east and west sides, from an expert local guide.
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KollwitzPlatz Food Market

This friendly farmer’s market takes place in one of Berlin’s most attractive squares every Thursday and Saturday and makes a great day out for the family. A wide range of produce is on offer including organic meats, fish, pasta, chocolates, sweets, as well as clothes stalls and arts and crafts. Things aren’t too expensive and are probably on a par with local supermarkets.

If you get hungry wandering around, there are many stalls...

Berlin Highlights and Hidden Sites Historical Tour

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  • A detailed tour which explored the history and events of Berlin right up the 21st century.
  • A historical city walking tour with local guide.
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Unter den Linden

Unter den Linden is a famous street running from the Lustgarten Park in the east to Brandenburg Gate (link) in the west. It is named after its iconic linden (lime trees) that populate the central grassed pedestrian section. These were first planted over 350 years ago.

You can see many historic sites and a lot of grand Prussian architecture as you stroll down the boulevard. Among these are the Berlin opera house and library, and the...

Berlin's Infamous Third Reich Sites Half-Day Walking Tour

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  • This is a trip back in time to the period between 1933 and 1945.
  • A journey into Nazi Germany with a qualified historian guide.
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This street has gained a reputation as one of Berlin’s top spots for nightlife as well as a cultural centre with many art galleries.

Clärchen’s Ballroom is one of the iconic institutions of the street. Founded in 1913, it offers a taste of a different era where you can strut your stuff in the salsa, tango and swing evenings. Across the street is the Mitte Beach Bar, which offers as laidback an experience as you can get without a...

Berlin to Dresden Day Tour

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  • This activity is a day trip from Berlin to Dresden, one of the most beautiful German cities.
  • After a guided tour of Dresden's top attractions, travelers have time to enjoy the city at their leisure.
  • The "Florence on the Elbe"...
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FAQs about Free Things to Do in Berlin

There are many things you can do for free in Berlin like booking free entry into some Berlin museums, joining locals to do some free activities and others. This allows you to have fun and relax on a budget or save for further experiences on your trip.