Enjoy a relaxing 2,5-hour evening boat cruise along the winding Spree River in Berlin and admire the beautifully lit buildings and streets on either side of the river.
Berlin Evening Boat Cruise
Discover Berlin’s emblematic landmarks lit up from the water on a night river cruise along the city’s main waterway.
Depart from Pier Friedrichstraße and find a comfortable seat on the vessel’s glass covered deck. Gaze at the capital’s most famous buildings, including the Reichstag building, the impressive Bellevue Palace, official residence of the President of Germany and the colorful Berlin Cathedral (in German: Berliner Dom).
Sail down Landwehr Canal (Landwehrkanal) that connects River Spree with Charlottenburg and gaze at the stunning Charlottenburg Palace. It really comes to life at night!
While you revel in this romantic and unique tour of Berlin, linking its past and its present and immersing you in the history of all the monuments you sail past.
After an enjoyable cruise, the route finishes at Pier Friedrichstraße.
Illumination of monuments
Although this boat trip takes place in the evening, it is not always possible to see the monuments of Berlin illuminated: it depends on the time of year in which you take the tour. In the German capital it usually gets dark early between the end of October and the beginning of April. During the rest of the year the city has more hours of daylight.
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Evening Bridge Tour
Children 4-16 years oldUS$ 15
Children under 4Free
2 hours 30 minutes.
The activity takes place with a guide that speaks in english.
2.5 hour night river cruise in Berlin.
Audioguide in English and other languages
When to book?
You can book up until the previous day (11:59 pm) if there are still places available. Book now to guarantee your spot.
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No, not suitable for people with reduced mobility.
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