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Berlin Live-Guided Self-Drive Trabi Safari Tour

Highlights
  • Save time by seeing many of Berlin’s top attractions in one tour
  • You won’t get lost: Follow your guide, who leads the Trabi convoy 
  • A rare opportunity to drive a classic East German car around Berlin
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Berlin Live-Guided Self-Drive Trabi Safari Tour
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Trabi-Safari at 14:00 p.m.Most Popular
Drive through Berlin in the official car of the DDR! Squeeze yourself behind the wheel of a Trabant of your choice and putter around the capital. See the most interesting sights and get your very own
US$57.43
Trabi-Safari at 10:00 a.m.
Drive through Berlin in the official car of the DDR! Squeeze yourself behind the wheel of a Trabant of your choice and putter around the capital. See the most interesting sights and get your very own
US$57.43
Overview

Germany’s vibrant capital, Berlin, is famous for its many cultural and historical attractions. See its highlights in one day by getting behind the wheel for this self-drive Trabi tour. You’ll avoid the crowds on public transportation, leaving navigation to your guide, and learn about various sights along the way. Also, you’ll discover why Trabi is one of Germany’s best-loved cars after your hands-on experience in one.

What to Expect
Start your self-drive Trabi tour by meeting your guide at a location that’s easy to access by public transportation and close to local sights. First, take some time to get acquainted with your colorful car and its functions (all Trabi cars have a manual gearbox).

Then head out, following your guide on a journey that covers many of Berlin’s top attractions such as Brandenburg Gate, Potsdamer Platz, and Unten den Linden. Admire the architecture as you drive past Berlin Cathedral, Rotes Rathaus, Berlin TV Tower, East Side Gallery, and Checkpoint Charlie. Along the way, hear commentary from your guide. Your day ends with a special souvenir gift of a Trabant driver’s license.
Reviews (91)
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Reviewed 2 days ago
Fun way to spend an hour, but go for the automatic!

The Trabant was a particularly terrible communist car that according to our tour guide cost 6 times the average salary in the mid 1970s. For somewhat less than that, I got to drive one around Berlin for over an hour. I had booked an automatic...More

Thank psychokilla
Reviewed 5 days ago
What a gas!

The Trabi might get you from A to B and … it's noisy, grindy and a lot of fun to drive - a bit like a down-market 2CV. It's a long time since we breathed in so many exhaust fumes! Martin, our safari guide, did...More

Thank Alastair642
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
What fun

Everyone needs to do this it was great fun. Smiling all the way ... we went in a convoy around the city ... easy to follow and Martin our guide was v good.... ensuring no one got left behind for long and very witty with...More

Thank jojo m
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great fun for car enthusiasts

My husband had the time of his life driving a 1984 Trabi around Berlin. It was perfectly comfortable and we did not experience any fumes. Our guide Julie was excellent and informative. We became a tourist attraction ourselves as everyone wanted to take photos of...More

Thank Ginny R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Hysterical, if the emission wasn't so overwhelming...

A throw-back to the 50s with all the attendant comforts. Not expecting a Benz, but the Trabi requires pretzel-like contortion to get in. The mixture of gas & oil on the 2 stroke, 600cc engine leaves an unforgettable aroma - nauseating! The driver (me) has...More

Thank FadedFoodie
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