With bitemojo on Kieztour off the culinary mainstream

Bitmojo - City Circle Berlin Partner

The Berlin culinary scene is exploding with innovation, artistry, and incredible attention to detail. A gathering point for people from all over the world, Berlin today is one of the most vibrant food culture capitals in Europe. You can find any type of cuisine here, from dim sum to doner kebab, as well of course as the currywursts and bockwursts for which Berlin is famous. But food doesn’t just taste fabulous, it’s also a way to get to know a place and the people who live there.

At bitemojo we believe that each bite tells a story, reflects an idea, connects between you and the people who worked so hard to prepare and perfect it. Each of bitemojo’s Berlin food tours opens up the intimate inner worlds of particular neighborhoods, enabling you to explore firsthand, and at your own pace, the tastes and sites that they have to offer. Choose the neighborhood you want to explore, book your bitemojo Berlin food tour, and use the bitemojo app to guide yourself along a route that we have mapped out for you. As you wander from bite to bite, click the Discover button on the app to find out about interesting sites along the way and the stories behind them. When you arrive at a bitemojo bite stop, click the Claim button on the app and show it to the seller to receive your bite. You can do the entire tour in one day, or over several days. Stop at as many points of interest as you want, or focus only on the bites. This is the bitemojo Berlin food tour – explore your way!

This is how it works

Download the bitemojo app free of charge for iOS or Android and book a City Circle compatible bitemojo tour through Berlin.

*Use the code, and get a 10% discount on the entire shopping cart BEROX2Y!TF

bitemojo stops

At subsequent stops, you can hop on and hop off on bitemojo tours.

Alexanderplatz / Park Inn Hotel / Fernsehturm

Alexanderplatz / Park Inn Hotel / Fernsehturm
Alexanderplatz – the Television Tower "Fernsehturm" is the most photographed sight in the City of Berlin
  • Red Town Hall "Rotes Rathaus" – seat of the senate and the mayor
  • Neptune Fountain "Neptunbrunnen" – formerly in front of the City Palace
  • Marien Church – 'Berlin Dance of Death' mural
  • Nikolai Quarter – Old Berlin on the Spree!

Colloquially, Alexanderplatz is called simply "Alex" and is a traffic hub in the Berlin district of Mitte. Thanks to the Television Tower "Fernsehturm" it is one of the best-known sights in the city.
On a fine day, the view from the Television Tower "Fernsehturm", from a height of 203 or 207 metres, offers a spectacular panorama of the entire city and is an unforgettable experience! If you have the time and leisure, we recommend Restaurant Sphere in the tower: within each hour the restaurant rotates once around its own axis. Nowhere else will you get such an overview of Berlin, so quickly and yet so leisurely!

Schloss Charlottenburg

Schloss Charlottenburg
Charlottenburg Palace "Schloss Charlottenburg" – Prussian splendour in the middle of the city
  • Museum Berggrün – classical modernity
  • Scharf-Gerstenberg Collection – Romanticism to Surrealism
  • Bröhan Museum – Jugendstil, art deco, functionalism
  • Schlossstraße with beer gardens, cafés and restaurants
  • Brauhaus Lemke – small craft brewery

Charlottenburg Palace "Schloss Charlottenburg" is surrounded by a unique baroque garden that transitions into a landscape park, enchanting visitors with diverse architecture. The entire ensemble impresses with magnificent salons and ballrooms, imposing hallways and high-quality art collections, such as the largest collection of French 18th century painting outside France.
Museum Berggrün is a private collection of unique works by Pablo Picasso, Paul Klee, Henri Matisse and Alberto Giacometti in the western Stüler building opposite the palace, and it is the most important exhibition space for classical modernity in Berlin.

Prenzlauer Berg / Kollwitzplatz

Prenzlauer Berg / Kollwitzplatz
Prenzlauer Berg – in the midst of a trendy microcosm
  • Water Tower – landmark of Prenzlauer Berg
  • Rykestraße Synagogue – neo-romanesque basilica
  • Jewish cemetery – magical triangle between Schönhauser Allee, Kollwitz- and Knaackstraße
  • Konnopke’s Snack Bar – Currywurst according to an old family recipe
  • Gethsemane Church – neogothic brick church

The picturesque old buildings have been lovingly restored in this district, so that they are a delight for every eye. Despite the numerous street cafés and restaurants, it is hard to get a table on warm summer evenings. Savoir-vivre is the mantra displayed in Prenzlauer Berg. The sculpture 'Mutterliebe' by Kollwitz on Kollwitzplatz is an ideal symbol for the area, which is dominated by many young mothers. The ecological market on Saturdays has a great location between inviting street cafés and is also very popular with celebrities. The water tower and its surrounding park are idyllic now, but area also monuments to Nazi crimes. During the National Socialist period, the machine house attached to the water tower served as a concentration camp.