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Berlin Walking Tours - Any recommendations?

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We are off to Berlin for 8 days next week and several friends have recommended we take a walking tour but none of them can remember the company they used, very helpful!. We are interested art, history architecture etc which seem to the the main topic covered in these things. Does anyone on the board have a company, guide or tour they would recommend. We've used Context in the past in both Rome and London, in fact we used them back when they were still known as Scala Reale!

We also be interested in a Street Art Walking Tours as we've taken some good ones in Berlin and London.

Anyway we are probably interested in a small group format rather than a private tour. Has anyone used these guys?

http://www.slowtravelberlin.com

Thanks for any help it is much appreciated.

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