Excursion 1 - 28.06.2019, 19.00 h
"Your gateway to the underworld" - With the subway cabriolet through Berlin
For those who want to get to know Berlin from below, there is now a worldwide unique experience: a ride in an open-topped subway. You will spend roughly two hours underground in Berlin. During the journey through Berlin's subway network, specialist moderators will provide you with exciting and interesting information about the history of the Berlin underground. At a speed of approx. 35 km/h, you will race through the night. Please wear warm clothes, as it is cold underground.
And what exactly is the subway cabriolet? It is a train, which consists of four open wagons with seating platforms and a battery locomotive at each end. Register now via the online registration! Further information can be found at: https://www.bvg.de/de/Service/Berlin-erleben/Detailansicht?newsid=262 (Important: Limited tickets! Please note that this tour is in German.)
Excursion 2: 29.06.2019, from 10 a.m.
Between the Alexanderplatz and Brandenburger Tor underground stations, along Berlin's famous boulevard "Unter den Linden", there are miles of construction fences, but behind them there is no building, as is so often the case in central Berlin. The construction progress is not evident on the surface, however, 2.2 kilometers of new subway line and three new subway stations are being built underground: the Unter den Linden interchange, the Museumsinsel (Museum Island) subway station directly in front of the Humboldt Forum in the New Palace, and the Rotes Rathaus subway station directly in front of Berlin's seat of government. After almost seven years of construction, the project is now approaching the home stretch, and the first underground trains are due to pass through at the end of 2020. But the underground stations are not yet complete; on the Museum Island, for example, the builders are working day and night on the shell of the building supported by ground freezing.
You have the exclusive opportunity to get an impression of Berlin's only subway construction site on a guided tour. Register online or contact us directly.