Join us for a one of kind intensive Berlin Third Reich Day Tour. This tour is packed with history and historical sites related to world war 2 Berlin. Whether you have an educational background in the Third Reich or just an interest in the history of the Second World War then this is a fantastic tour for you.In 6/7 hours we will visit the key sites related to 3rd Reich Berlin. These include sites associated with the rise of the Nazi’s, the Second World War in Berlin and the Downfall of the Thirds Reich in 1945. This political and military history will cover many of the main sites and history. We will also take some breaks along the way and stop for lunch. • Wilhelmsstrasse • Soviett War memorial in Tirgarten • Kaiser wilhelm Memorial Church and site of the Zoo Flak Tower • Humboldthain Flak Tower • Molkte Brücke • Albert Speer’s load bearing testing facility • Soviet Memorial in Treptower Park • Site of the Nazi Book Burning • Rosen street Protest Site This is a Walking Tour Pickups are on foot
How could the Germans allow Hitler's rise to power? Who, if anyone, stood in his way? What was known of the extent of the Holocaust, and what was done against the persecution of the Jews and others? What was life in Berlin like during the Third Reich and during the bombing of World War II? What happened in Berlin once the Soviets defeated the Nazis? Find out on this fascinating Berlin Bike Tour.
This tour is about World War II events, especially the history of the Third Reich in Berlin. Here you will walk by historical monuments, witnesses of this tragic but unforgettable time of humanity. From the Reichstag Building to the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, you will discover Hitler's Bunker where the Führer perished, the ancient headquarters of the Gestapo and the SS office, but also the Holocaust Memorial.
Delve into Berlin’s history as the capital of Nazi Germany during the Third Reich with an expert historian. Together, we'll trace the developments of this notorious past and its effects on the progressive and cosmopolitan modern-day Berlin. We begin at the iconic Brandenburg Gate to examine the main boulevard of the capital during the Third Reich before moving to Peter Eisenman’s controversial Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, where we will discuss the tragic events of the Holocaust.To conclude the experience, we end outside the Topography of Terror exhibition, which stands on the site of the former Gestapo and SS headquarters. While not all physical sites from the Third Reich are still standing for our walk through the past, we confront the reality of the previous Nazi rule in Berlin as we discuss the ramifications of their previous presence on Berlin’s present and future identity.
Enjoy a 3.5-hour small-group guided walking tour with a French-speaking guide through Berlin and learn about the city during the Third Reich and the Nazi Dictature. You will hear about the Nazi rise to power and their ideology at the Quarters of the Gestapo and the SS. you will visit the Jewish quarter and a small museum about the Resistance of the Berliners.
We have packed this tour with world war landmarks, battle damage, & significant sights around Berlin. Get your cameras ready as this is truly an awesome tour.Our guides have heaps of experience in Berlin and World War History and they all have a degree in related fields. Many of them have done live field work to help discover this history.Going by bike allows us to visit and see more sights in Berlin. It is also an awesome way to learn your way around the city. From the death of Hitler to the start of the war, Berlin has scars from this massive event around every corner if you know where to look.The Third Reich Bike our Includes • Brandenburg Gate & The Reichstag • Air-raid bunkers • Moltekebrücke • Soviet War Memorial in Tiergarten • Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe • The Reichstag • Luftwaffe HQ, Hitlers Bunker, & SS Gestapo HQ • Battle Sites & Hidden City Scars • MUCH MUCH MORE!!!
Enjoy a comprehensive sightseeing tour along all the main sights in former West and East Berlin with an emphasis on Berlin's history, particularly on the Third Reich and Cold War. This tour is perfect for everybody who wants to get a first overview of the city and to get an insight into German history.With your guide and a minivan with driver we head towards the highlights, such as the great boulevards Kurfürstendamm and Unter den Linden, the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag building, seat of the German parliament.Learn about the sites of the Third Reich and visit the Holocaust Memorial. Discover how the division of the city was a consequence of WWII and how the Cold War affected the Germans. Of course we will also visit Checkpoint Charlie and the last remaining pieces of the Berlin Wall.The tour includes stops and short walks such as at the Brandenburg Gate and at Checkpoint Charlie.
Tour Highlights• The Reichstag• Politician Memorial• Soviet Memorial• Homosexual Memorial• Jewish Memorial• Sinti Roma Memorial• Site of Hitler's bunker• Goebbels' propaganda HQ• New Synagogue• Jewish neighbourhoodPlease note that we use public transportation during this tour and so you will need to purchase an AB public transport ticket in advanceIf you are travelling with children, please let us know during the checkout process and we can adapt the tour to their needsMaximum capacity: 15 people per tour guide. Larger groups can book two private toursFull refund for cancellations with more than 24 hours notice
Unknown to the casual tourist, many of Berlin's buildings carry the secrets of a dark past. In a unique and fascinating tour, our dedicated guides open up this hidden history for you.- We'll walk you through the streets where Hitler and his Brownshirts fought their way to power, and tell you how they did it.- We'll show you the official Nazi Headquarters from where he bullied the world.- We'll show you buildings that bear the scars of the Second World War. - We'll show you all these sites and give you the story.Nowhere else can you experience a tour like this simply because no other place has a history quite like this.On this private guided tour we tell you the story of how it began, how it was sustained and eventually conquered in 1945.