Berlin Vintage Tours


Vintage Berlin Guide Tours

Coming to Berlin and want to see the best vintage places? Here’s your opportunity! Choose the neighbourhood you like the most and I’ll take you there.
Oh, boy! We’re going to have so much fun!

Available Languages

English, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian


Tuesday to Friday
14:00 – 18:00


12:00 – 16:00

Will receive

Local knowledge of the best Vintage Shops
Historical knowledge of the neighbourhood of your choice
A tour based in your personal interests (if you like the 20’s we go for 20’s stuff, but if you’re more into the 60’s or the 70’s or the 80’s we will go for that. Your choice!)
Lot’s of fun!

Price (at least 2 persons per tour)

35€ per person

Where and when

Meet up place: Meeting points are possible in regard of your location, so we have to arrange individually.
End location: The tour will end at your hotel or any other site you want, or else at some point inside the S-Bahn-ring (public train ring around city centre) or the S1 S-Bahn line.
Location: You have to choose a neighbourhood.
Duration: 4 hours


Tour Type: City, Cultural, Vintage
Transportation Method: Walking and public transportation
Activity Level: Medium
Kid Friendly: Yes. We can play with them outside the stores. This way you can take your time for picking that great bargain you saw!
Maximum travellers: 10

Vintage Berlin Tours

How to schedule a Vintage Tour: Send us an email or contact me on Facebook


Here’s some feedback from our previous tours:

Hi again!

Here’s our review of our Vintage Berlin Tour:
Lúcia gave us her first vintage tour ever. But it seemed as if it were her hundredth. She had mixed together a personalised cocktail of shopping, and historical sightseeing. The main sights are in all the guide books, so it was nice to walk around the quieter residential areas, where history might not be as apparent, if you don’t know where to look, which Lúcia did. We started off with the birthplace of Marlene Dietrich, some really nice parks and villas, and then stopped by several vintage shops – on the way she pointed out nice cafés, bars and nice streets for us to find our way back to – until we ended up right outside a lovely restaurant, where we were lucky enough to find a table, and a live orchestra, after our four-hour-tour.
Thank you!

Christopher and Anna, Stockholm Sweden

16 thoughts on “Berlin Vintage Tours

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  2. Dear Vintageberlinguide, my name is Michael and I read about you in the zitty magazine. I may want to contribute an event tip for your tours: on July 6. And 7. Me and the Exberliner magazine organise Toast and Jam, which is an event for exclusive Vintage mixed with second hand. Now its our 3. Event of this kind and we are looking forward for it and so I wanted to invite you to come by and check it out 🙂 best regards, michael

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