Walking down the cosy turn-of-the-century streets of Schöneberg, we will explore the crazy spirit of 1920s Berlin with its unprecedented sexual freedom, wild nightlife, cutting-edge avant-garde cinema, decadent cabarets and bold political satire... In the Roaring Twenties, Berlin became a symbol of daring art, leisure and crime. I will tell you about the first-ever film that featured a homosexual love story, and about Germany's pioneer of gay rights movement. I will show you where one of Hollywood's most iconic filmmakers used to live and will tell you about the scandalous diva of the Roaring Twenties, known as Goddess of Night and Priestess of Debauchery. After our stroll, we will go to my place for a tea party: I will treat you with some homemade treats, show you trailers of movies, created/set in Berlin, and tell you a very special story about a Jewish boy who once lived in the house where I live now, accidentally met Hitler, escaped the Holocaust and was my pen-pal for a couple of years before passing away.
Throughout the years that I've been living in Berlin, I have been exploring the history and the unique spirit of this multifaceted, frenzied, and incredible city. I have discovered so many amazing stories, that at some point I realized I want to share them with people. Working in PR and culture news journalism, I mastered the art of storytelling. Now, tour-guiding gives me a great opportunity to put these skills into practice. Apart from showing visitors Berlin's hidden gems, I do translations, organize cultural events for kids and grownups, do yoga, and raise my two awesome sons.
apple pie I'll offer you a homemade apple pie and some German cookies
Hot and cold drinks We’ll have a tea party, but if you’re a coffee person, I’ll make a cup of coffee for you, of course!
We'll have a walk around Berlin City West off the beaten track, exploring various locations of Schöneberg and Wilmersdorf: - the historic venue of the ex-Metropol theatre at Nollendorfplatz - Motzstrasse in the heart of Berlin's gay village - the building of the infamous 1920s Eldorado club - charming Viktoria-Luise-Platz square - Bavarian Quarter (center of Jewish life in pre-Nazi era) - the elegant expressionist church at Hohenzollernplatz
18歳以上の方5名まで参加できます。保護者同伴の2歳未満のお子様も参加可能です。 Children are very welcome at my home, however, my place is no longer babyproof, so, please make sure you don't leave your little one unattended. In case of fur allergy, please, keep in mind that I have TWO…
Wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather. In case of allergies, pls, keep in mind that I have TWO CATS at home! My place (final destination) is right outside the U9 subway station Güntzelstr