Two bottles are a bread roll
Stadtführung mit Klaus Seilwinder
© querstadtein
Two bottles are a bread roll
2 hours
Reduced barriers:
The city tour starts at the corner of Leipziger Straße 54 and Niederwallstraße near the tube station Spittelmarkt (U2) and ends at Checkpoint Charlie (U6, Bus M29).

Between 2002 and 2011, Klaus walked many kilometers every day. He collected bottles to make enough money to survive. Along his former route, Klaus describes why he preferred to make his way alone on the streets rather than in a group and tried to remain invisible in public spaces. And he explains why being discovered by someone one day was a good thing after all.

Group bookings

For group tours, you can arrange individual bookings with us.

This is how it works
Specify your preferred date, time etc. via our booking form

Initially the booking request is non-binding. You have therefore not booked until you confirm our offer via e‑mail.

Registration fee
For groups, we charge a flat fee based upon the type and size of the group.

Payment methods
Following your booking we issue an invoice of which the amount is to be transferred to our account. Please note that we can only accept cash payments in exceptional circumstances.