Uncover Berlin’s turbulent history as the capital of the Third Reich on this 4-hour walking tour. With me you will discover what drove the German people to war as we visit the historical sites and see where Hitler and the Nazi party rallied support and plunged the world into terror. Discover the locations of key street battles and witness the scars left behind. Visit the Gestapo Headquarters, Hitler’s Bunker, the holocaust memorial, the Reichstag, Anhalter Bahnhof, New Jewish Synagogue, Otto Weidt's workshop for the blind and other important historical sites. Gain expert knowledge into the rise and fall of the Nazi Party and the impact on modern day Berlin. To start the tour I will provide an historical foundation upon which to build your understanding of the political instability of 1930’s Germany and the roots of the Nazi Party.
Hello Travellers, My name is Matt, and I will be your tour guide! I'm originally from Melbourne, Australia and for the last five years I've been calling Berlin home. Having been a tour guide in Australia I bring several years of guiding experience with me to ensure you have a memorable tour! After studying international politics and serving in the Australian Army for 8 years, I developed a strong passion for WWII and military history. Furthermore I like exploring the back roads and unlocking a destination's secrets. Berlin is a city of many layers, so please join me as we pull back the curtain in this wonderful city.
FREE small bottle of water in summer
Transportation tickets available for purchase through me (2.80 Euro)
FREE hand and feet warmers in winter and FREE rain ponchos throughout the year
Meeting point - Tourist office Brandenburg Gate. Sights we will visit on the tour include: +Roma & Sinti memorial +Reichstag +Soviet memorial +Holocaust memorial +Topography of Terror + Anhalter Bahnhof + New Jewish Synagogue + Otto Weidt's Factory and many more... The tour will end at Hackescher Markt, near the S-bahn station S Hackescher Markt.
最多可有15位年满12周岁的参与者参加。 All guests are welcome both big and small but are reminded there is a considerable amount of walking.
The tour is outside and consists of a considerable amount of walking so guests are advised to dress appropriate to the weather and wear comfortable shoes. A water bottle is also advised.