Private Limousine & Walking Tours

Driverguides Berlin is a cooperation of private guides offering sightseeing tours to Berlin, Potsdam, Dresden and beyond. While we offer the full range of service from walking tours to museum trips, what makes us stand out is that we are all licensed to do tours by car. Driverguides Berlin lets you:

select your favourite guide from a whole range of people

contact your guide prior to the tour, to answer your questions and to help you make arrangements

make the most of your stay by taking an individual tour by private limousine through this spread-out city

It’s all about choice: choose your guide, choose your tour and choose the way you prefer touring. Our guides all have years of experience in the trade, we all hold the mandatory German passenger transportation permit and there’s one more thing we all have in common: our love of Berlin and our passion for letting you experience this fascinating city!

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Our Private Guides

Find your Guide

How to take a tour

1. Find your Guide

You don’t know what there is to see? You haven’t yet decided on the type of tour you want? Not to worry – look through the profiles of our guides, choose the guide you prefer and contact him.

2. Arrange the Details

Get the guide’s help and advice on how to see the things you would like to see and have any questions about the tour answered. If you require a limousine or van for the tour, the guide will check the availability and forward your request to one of our cooperating licensed limousine companies. You will receive an official offer for the tour and, once you confirm, will have a firm booking with the guide of your choice!

3. Enjoy the Tour

At the agreed time and location your guide will pick you up in a comfortable vehicle and off you go exploring Berlin. Your tour remains open for changes on the way – because you never know what you will discover in this exciting city. Just enjoy!
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