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Berlin - Information Overload!

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Help! I'm going to Berlin at the end of August (28th) for 4 days. I will be arriving at night and so will be staying at the A&O Zoo Hostel.

In the morning I would like to do some tour to get my bearings but there seem to be soooo many choices - New Berlin Tours, Brewers Tours, Original Berlin Walks etc

Has anyone been on any of these tours and would they recommend them? Also if I decide to do the Brewer's Best of Berlin tour which starts at 10.30 (which is 8 hours) opposite Friedrichstrasse station how easy will it be for me to get from Zoo Station to there and how long would it take? I speak absolutely no German and didn't learn any Germany history when at school so although I'm interested in learning about it I don't want the tour guides to assume I will have prior knowledge of the subject.

Also is the underground easy to get around for a non German speaker?

Sorry for the mad ramblings.

Jo

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