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Radtouren in Covid19 Zeiten

Guided Tours start again 22nd of May 2021

After a long break of more than a half year we are finally allowed to offer guided bike tours again. Cycling in the fresh air is probably one of the activities where the risk of infection is minimal.

Bring a negative Corona Rapid test

Nevertheless, there is a legal obligation to take a Corona rapid test or PCR test for participation until further notice. There is an exception for all those who been vaccinated twice, second shot at least 2 weeks before participating in a tour. We need a proof of this.

All over the city you will find various test stations. One is right here in the Kulturbrauerei, on the same old brewery areal where our tours start.

Dates can easily be booked online: https://en.coronazentrum-kulturbrauerei.de/

To get the test free of charge (“citizen test”) it is necessary to insert your name and the German address where you stay respectively live. On site please present you international passport or ID.

Please do the test at least 30 minutes before the start of the tour, as the result will be sent to your mobile phone about 15 minutes after the actual test.

Or you can bring the negative test result from another center with you, it must not be older than 24 hours.

Or you can test yourself on site at our Check In, please understand that we charge 5,00 € per test kit.

Our guides are also tested regularly.

Booking a guided bike tour

Our tours can be booked conveniently online. If something comes up, you can cancel or change your booking free of charge up to 24 hours in advance. In the next few weeks we expect little demand – so our bike groups will be small most of the time. A personal atmosphere is guaranteed.

The minimum number of participants is only 4. If we don’t reach this number for individual dates, we will try to combine tours or offer you an alternative date – so if you remain a bit flexible and can also be reached in Berlin by mobile phone or email, that would be great. If you book a Dutch guided tour please be prepared to switch to English (starting 30 minutes later, at 10.30h).

Accommodation in Berlin:

Currently, about 75% of all Berlin hotels are open, but there must be a professional or private reason for the overnight stay. For example, if a family plans to move to Berlin and wants to find out about the housing market and suitable districts.

This restriction only applies in the city of Berlin. Booking an accommodations in the area around Berlin, for example in Potsdam is possible without any specific reason. We expect Berlin is going to skip the current rule in June. We keep you informed here on our website.

Accommodation can also be booked via portals such as AirBnB.

Other activities:

There’s a lot going on, but wherever you go, you will be asked to present your negative Corona test. Restaurant terraces are allowed to open from 21 May, the zoo and animal park await guests, as do many museums and galleries. Shopping is possible with the latest Corona test. The popular Spree steamers will also be running again from 21 May 2021. If you come to Berlin now, you will experience the metropolis as relaxed as rarely before and with plenty of space.

Corona – Safe on the road in the fresh air:

a hand holding a bicycle

Cycling is probably one of the activities where the risk of infection is minimal. We cycle in the fresh air, and the length of the bike alone ensures sufficient distance, even on tours in a group.

To ensure that nothing can happen, disinfectant is available at the check-in for hands, handlebar grips and cycle helmets.

Our team will be happy to assist you in selecting and adjusting the bikes and will wear masks.

Please keep your distance from each other respectively from other households at check-in and at stops during the tour. There is a minimum distance of 2.5 meters between guide and guests, so that we can talk without the mask due to better acoustics.

 

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