From the Event Organizer:
Travel back to 1970s Berlin — a time when the city was split in two and West Berlin was “cut off from its world, art and culture, dying with no hope of retribution” — on this 3-hour tour. Together with a specialist guide, you’ll navigate the city on foot and by public transport, in search of the Berlin that inspired David Bowie’s seminal Berlin Trilogy. See Hansa Studios, where ‘Heroes’ and ‘Low’ were recorded, as well as 155 Hauptstrasse, once home to Bowie and Iggy Pop. You’ll also visit Potsdamer Platz, Zoo Station, Neues Ufer Café, and other culturally significant sites.
Small-group, 3-hour tour of David Bowie’s Berlin.
Discover sites associated with Bowie during the ‘Berlin years.’
Learn about Cold War-era Berlin and its influence on Bowie’s music.
Stop by Hansa Studios where Heroes and some of Low, two of the heralded ‘Berlin Trilogy’ albums, were recorded.
Visit sections of the Berlin Wall and other culturally significant sites in former East and West Berlin.
See the building where Bowie and Iggy Pop once lived.
This tour is limited to 10 participants and led by a historian, professor, doctoral student, journalist or published author.
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