urban art across the city
Street Art in Berlin is really connected with the modern history, urban and social life of the town.
Moving with public transportations, we will run into some of the most beautiful art pieces of the city but primarily the more significant ones, still able to give a precious view on the complicated history of this town and reveal subtle aspects of the surrounding environment.
On the other hand, Street Art is also made of small, hidden corners hard to spot and understand. This "Invisible City" will show itself to our eyes in the form of stickers, tiny cute sculptures, details and many artistic "litemotiv" that will follow the guests even after the end of the tour.
The tour takes part in different districts of Berlin: starting from Mitte the fancy center of which we will enjoy some hidden alternative corners, we will move to the "wilder" Kreuzberg and finish in the former East side in the district of Friedrichshain.
-House of Schwarzenberg, little alley in 90's style
---we move with Ubhan from Weinmeisterstrasse station to Kottbusser Tor station
-Kottbusser Tor area, several pieces around the famous Turkish area
-Austronaut/ Cosmonaut piece by Victor Ash
-Installation and street art in Oranienplatz
---walking to Mariannen Platz
-Bethanien art center, little walk inside the first occupied space of Berlin
---Taking Ubhan from Gorlitzer Bahnof Station to Schlesisches Tor station
-street art and installations around Oberbaum Bridge
-East Side Gallery
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hackescher Markt Ubhan Station (square side) or other meeting point previously agreed
End location: East Side Gallery
Duration: 3 hours
A tour with you friendly private guide, tips and suggestions
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 euro - 2,80 for a one way ticket + 5/7 euro for a cake and coffee in desired during the break
-personal expenses, transportation, drink and snack
-I can arrange a private transportation if desired
I can be available in the week end if known in advance, please contact me and ask.