Hard Rock Cafe Berlin – Skip the Line

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About this tour
In this listed Bauhaus building in the Kurfürstendamm, you will find the best American fare in town and an unbeatable collection of rock memorabilia. Chief among them is possibly one of the most iconic stage props of all time: a Trabant car used by U2 during their Zoo TV tour in the early Nineties.

Like all great revolutions, the Hard Rock Cafe wasn’t meant to succeed. It was 1971 and as the Swinging Sixties had given way to the Super Seventies, fashions and tastes were changing. Two hungry young Americans were in London and couldn’t find a decent place to eat a decent burger… so they opened up a joint in the English capital. Their landlord didn’t think it would last and only gave them a six-month lease. Four decades later, there are almost 200 Hard Rock Cafes in more than 50 countries worldwide.

The first T-shirt hit the streets in ‘74 and the first piece of memorabilia came, fittingly, by chance in ‘79 when Eric Clapton asked to hang his Lead II Fender guitar over his favourite bar stool and thus marked it as his spot. Today, the rock ‘n’ roll collection has more than 74,000 pieces and is the largest of its kind. By 1982, the Hard Rock Cafe had gone global and the rest, as they say, is history (that’s still being written).

Choose from one of the following menus:

Starting points
A. Kurfürstendamm 224, 10719, Berlin, Germany

End point
Same as Starting Point

Skip the line-Fast track Safe2Stay

**Depending upon party size starters to share may change as appropriate.
*Menu items subject to change and availability. Reservations only.

Gold Menu

Diamond Menu

Gold Menu + classic Hard Rock Cafe T-shirt

17 reviews for Hard Rock Cafe Berlin – Skip the Line

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