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There are a realm of famous landmarks to visit in Berlin, which I cover in this Berlin itinerary. We are going all out urban exploring, from abandoned theme parks to street art and possibly the smallest disco in the world! Here are some of the more unusual things to do in alternative Berlin. Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. If you purchase a product through these links, we will earn a small commission at no extra cost to you.
And we can continue bringing you free tips and advice. If you found the content helpful and are kind enough to use our affiliates — you are awesome, and we thank you! We loved exploring the alternative side of the city. What better way to explore Berlin like a local, than to take a guided tour with a local.
Alternative Berlin Tours offers a choice of tours, all of which start later in the day after lunch. Alternative Berlin Tours allow you to see the city from an alternative perspective.
I should point out that the Street Art tour will likely include a visit to Raw Gelande. Set in a former train repair yard, this area is an art and cultural centre. The old warehouses and buildings have been taken over and used as an outlet of creative expression for graffiti and street art artists.
Whereas by late afternoon, the realm of pubs, clubs, street food stalls, and flea markets burst into life. Nonetheless, I do recommend checking this place out before it opens. My suggestion is to visit in the morning, and if you have the time, return one evening to enjoy the bustling nightlife. This leads me onto our next stop — The Teledisko. Possibly the smallest disco in the world, and certainly one of the most unique.