New in Germany: Berlin Breweries Tour

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This October, New York City-based outdoor adventure provider Sourced Adventures will launch Berlin Breweries, a five-day beer-tasting tour of the German capital. The tour will depart from New York City, Boston, and Washington DC and will run through May 2018.

Travelers will stop at one brewery to visit three of Berlin’s best microbreweries. Guests will stay at the Circus Hotel, centrally located in Berlin’s popular Mitte borough perfect for walking to local breweries. 

The Circus Hotels offers rooms that are each uniquely designed and reflects the spirit of a circus. It offers a library, roof terrace, and private courtyard. The Circus Café offers not just breakfast but paninis, coffee, and other drinks while Commonground offers specialty coffee, craft cocktails, and food options and is open for breakfast, bunch, lunch, and dinner. 


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The four-night stay includes breakfast buffet each morning, transportation to the brewery, and admission and tastings. Also include are vouchers for three pints of beer per person at the Circus Microbrewery located right across the street from the hotel.

Tours run on select Sundays - Thursdays with flights departing Saturday evening and includes return flights on WOW Airlines. The trip is available to book now. Rates start from $799 per person.

Sourced Adventures offers low-cost outdoor activities ranging from day trips to multi-day flight included tours. Categories range from brewery and vineyard tours to more intense kayaking and white water rafting excursions. 

Other destinations include Latin America, Iceland, Philadelphia, and more. 

Visit for more information. 

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