Dear Customers, dear Friends, dear Travelers looking for Advice during the Corona crisis!

In these times of crisis, it is our highest concern that everybody stay healthy and safe. Obviously the less people move and travel, the better their chances to stay healthy. So we encourage you to take all measures necessary.

A Friend in Berlin is a small company so luckily we do not have a lot of overhead costs and we can survive for many months without business. Nevertheless we continue to operate should you wish a tour in Berlin, Munich, or elsewhere in Germany. There will be no cancellation fee should you cancel up to 24 hours in advance. Of course we adhere to all the regulations and public safety advice so you can be sure that we would do everything in our power to minimize any risk of catching the virus.

In the meantime we got together and filmed some shots of Berlin - Please check out the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUD1rrtdmxo. We may also do a live-session soon to give you some Berlin-stories, and to answer your questions, so stay tuned to our Facebook page!

Hopefully things will improve soon. Stay healthy and come back once the risk dies down!

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Heidelberg

Manfred Driver/guide Manfred will show you his hometown and the beautiful surrounding. After many years as an executive working for major companies (and working in the US for a while also), Manfred recently started his own limousine company. He is very proud of his Mercedes S-Class which should fulfill every client’s wishes as far as luxury and comfort are concerned. Enjoy state of the art features such as massage seats and climate control in all seats.

Suggested tours are half-day trips up the river Neckar, passing beautiful castles, vineyards and towns, or an excursion to the Black Forest. Also nearby: Speyer with its beautiful dome, Baden-Baden, and Frankfurt. Let us know what you’d like to see and we’ll design a special tour for you. Of course Manfred would also be available to show you the sights of Heidelberg itself.

Manfred's S-Class