Berlin's Infamous Third Reich Sites Half-Day Walking Tour
- Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Step back in time on a history tour
Off the same square, Hitler built his intimidating New Reichschancellery, and close by there's the bunker where he committed suicide. Goering built the monumental Air Ministry on Wilhelm Strasse, while Himmler's SS and Gestapo headquarters turned Prinz-Albrecht-Strasse into the most feared address in the Third Reich.
On this walking tour you'll learn about those who struggled against the Nazi system of terror, the devastation of Berlin by aerial bombing, the Soviet-led battle of Berlin and the final attack on the Reichstag.
Concluding above the Hitler's bunker, this tour strips away the myths and exposes sensationalist reporting about other shelters found in the area.
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Tour concludes at U-Bahn station Mohrenstrasse approximately 3 hours after your selected departure.
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Tour departs at 10am.
Tour departs at 1pm; available November to March only.
- Professional guide
- City map, including information regarding public transport and the best of Berlin's museums and nightlife!
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Berlin Transport AB Zone ticket (approx 2.30 Euros) that is available from your guide on the day
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
Reviewed by: Mark S, December 2014
Alex the American tour guide was a wealth of information and insight and the tour was both fascinating, educational and thought provoking and we thoroughly enjoyed it.
Reviewed by: Samantha R, November 2014
Finn our guide was extremely knowledgable of the subject. We had quite a large group but he took the time to answer all our questions. He took us to see things that you would not of noticed if you had walked round Berlin on your own. The tour was due to last only three hours but in the end was over five, this was a bonus as you felt you weren't rushed from one place to another and was given time to appreciate what you were being shown and take full advantage of Finns knowledge. He also gave great tips on other things to do in Berlin but wasn't a pushy sales man. He is an asset to the tour company he works for. Just remember to take food and drink on the tour.