Every tour company needs an Irish man, and we are no exception - Meet Alan! Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, he holds dual citizenship with both the United Kingdom and Ireland, which he likes to think makes him a gentleman with tons of ‘craic’ to share! He got bit by the travelling bug back in 2011 when he first went Interrailing around Europe, followed by another adventure in 2014. Falling head over heels for many sights and cities, Berlin was the place he loved the most! The combination of recent history and cosmopolitan lifestyle was too much to keep him away! He moved to Berlin over a year ago, and since then has been working not only as a tour guide, but also as a statistical analyst for a local professional sports team.
Born in Germany and raised in the US, Annelisa moved to Berlin because of its fascinating political history and artistic culture. After graduating from university and heading off into the unknown world of Europe, she has created a new life as an artist and illustrator. Before living here, she assisted a street artist painting murals in New York, sparking her love for street art and the way it reflects society. She loves traveling and has spent time in Mongolia, France, Israel, and different parts of America before arriving here. She's happy to bring you into her perception of Berlin's murals and graffiti as she paints her way across the world, one country at a time!
After finishing university in June 2017, Artie moved straight out to Berlin. Why? Because Berlin attracted him in a way that other cities hadn't attracted him (and he's travelled a lot). He has a passion for the history of the city, especially the Second World War and the Cold War. He wants to be a screenwriter, writing films about this stuff so he thought what better place to be than the city where it all happened. Artie was also attracted to Berlin by its nightlife. At weekends expect to find him in any one of the many kooky bars or clubs this city has to offer.
Azzie was drawn to move to Berlin by its quirky style and great art and dance scene. Originally from England and working as a dance artist, she came here to discover the art scene Berlin had to offer, and soon fell in love with the city and everything she found here to explore. A seasoned traveler herself, she became so enthralled by Berlin’s history and unique atmosphere that not only did she want to stay here but also to share her excitement with other fellow travelers that come to visit!
Caroline is a cheerful twenty-something hailing from the land down under, who has fallen in love with everything about Berlin. She's an amateur doner enthusiast by day, and professional partier by night. You can usually find her browsing vintage fashion markets, nomming on Turkish food, and dancing till dawn to all varieties of house and techno.
From the far off land of Bristol, Chloe is an adopted Berliner who has found herself right at home in this eccentric, creative, and diverse city and of course its cozy bars. After 7 years in London working as a photographer and an artisan globe maker, Chloe decided to start fresh with a one way ticket to Berlin. This city is now home base for her world travels and creative projects. Whether writing songs, photographing, or literally crafting the world, Chloe has always found herself in creative industries. Her latest passion is showing you the fascinating history of the phenomenal city of Berlin.
Crazy traveler, adventurer, and open minded friendly person, Cristián, or Cris o “El Pelao” as his friends call him, is a cool Chilean guy that has been traveling through Europe for almost 3 years, and is now based in Berlin, a city he loves for being "full of freaky people", and well, he is not the exception. This latin guy loves singing, dancing, and, of course, partying. Take a tour with him and discover Berlin in the best way as possible.
Grace is new to Berlin and travelling. However she can feel the travel bug running through her veins simply from all the amazing people from all around the world she has met so far doing the pub crawl. Grace truly was destined to be a pub crawl guide, due to her loud personality, laugh and love of drinking, she's most happy when she's cracking a joke with her fellow pubcrawlers. Although be prepared come with thick skin and good sense of humour, Grace will show you a good time - Yorkshire Style.
Isabel comes from Venezuela, and moved to Berlin because she thinks this city is great for getting to know who you really are. She believes the best thing about Berlin, is everybody here is free to be whoever they want to be, and everybody is cool with it. From the craziest person to the poshest, they will find a place where they fit in. She loves doing pub crawls because she is very outgoing and loves meeting new people and making friends from around the world.
Jelena came to Berlin five years ago and has felt right at home in this miraculous city! Since then, she has been living the biggest adventure of her life exploring Berlin in all its incredible variety. As an actress and a singer, Jelena is eternally inspired by people and their life stories, as well as unique shared experiences. Jelena grew up in Serbia and her open and free Balkan spirit adapted easily to a city where diversity is celebrated and encouraged.
Regardless of where you are in the world, you’ll be sure to run into an Aussie. Meet Jordan, who has been living in Berlin since 2014. Jordan works full time at a company that provides accommodation options to world travelers, as well as working casually with Hostelculture. When she isn’t running a pub crawl and showing others the amazing Berlin nightlife, you’ll find her either in a club, or travelling other parts of Europe.
Lioba, originally from Cologne/Germany, is addicted to living abroad. She spent time in China, Kenya and New York City. But finally she decided to settle down in her home country for a while. The tours are more than just a job to her: the history of Berlin and Germany have so many lessons in store that are still valid today, not just for Germany but for the world. She considers it to be important to keep the memory alive, tell people and educate them about it. And as a history geek, she loves having an audience for her historical fun facts. When she is not guiding people from all over the world through Berlin, she is a singer/actress. Since she studied in New York, it was hard to find a city that offers the same great international, metropolitan vibe. She loves about Berlin that you meet so many people from different backgrounds; the city as Europe’s melting pot. Museums, concert halls, theaters and dance events are where you will find her in her free time. Berlin always has something to offer for the people who are hungry for culture, art, music and history, and that is exactly why she loves being in this city with that long tradition and past.
Olamiju moved to Berlin for the summer…and ended up staying! A freelance writer, originally from London, she’s always loved art, culture, and music – incidentally, what she writes about! When studying The Cold War in school, her interest in Berlin started to develop, then on her first backpacking trip through Europe a few summers ago Berlin was the European capital that really stood out for her. She loved the eclecticism that oversaw every aspect of life, how the city’s history shaped it, and how friendly everyone was. Since deciding to stay, she’s been exploring the city’s many restaurants, cafés, galleries, and parks, finding something new to enjoy everyday! When she’s not guiding, she’s either writing for magazines in London, or studying German, and getting ready for university next year.
Rosalee has been a batty Brit-Berliner since 2012, and is looking for a legal loophole that will let her marry the Hauptstadt. For the time being she's having multiple passionate love affairs with the city's cooky little cafés, bars, theatres, galleries, cinemas, clubs, open spaces and secluded corners. Her friends are always mildly surprised that she covers so much ground, seeing as her legs are quite a bit shorter than your average human being's. Until she manages to be leading 24-hour Next City tours around Berlin, she writes texts about Berlin life and translates texts on grown-up topics. And she drinks about a litre of tea a day.