Historical Bus Tour of Berlin by VW Bus3 Reviews
Discover the history of Berlin from the Middle Ages to the Berlin Wall on this 6-hour bus tour. Learn about the times of the Hohenzollern monarchy, the Third Reich, and the divided city. Enjoy a private tour of Berlin at your own pace.
- Explore the center of Berlin on a group tour in a comfortable air-conditioned bus
- Discover the city's history from the Middle Ages, through the Third Reich, and up to the present day
- Admire the highlights of the city from the magnificent buildings from the times of the Hohenzollern monarchy to the golden dome of the New Synagogue
- See Gendarmenmarkt, the most beautiful place in Berlin, and pay a visit to the legendary Checkpoint Charlie
DescriptionExperience an exclusive guided Tour through Berlin and learn the history and meaning of the most important tourist attractions. The city of Berlin is like an open history book, where important events in German and international history can be explored and understood firsthand. This tour starts in medieval Berlin on Mühlendamm, which linked the cities of Cölln and Berlin in the 13th century. Passing by the Nikolaiviertel, the Rotes Rathaus, and St. Mary's Church, head to Berlin Cathedral, which houses the impressive Hohenzollern Crypt. From here you can see the golden dome of the New Synagogue on Oranienburger Straße, located near the Scheunenviertel, the former center of Jewish life in Berlin. Continuing along Unter den Linden with its magnificent buildings, you’ll reach Gendarmenmarkt, one of the most beautiful squares in the city and the location of the German and French Cathedrals. At the Brandenburg Gate, the focus of the tour changes to the Third Reich. When Hitler marched through the gate towards the Reich Chancellery on Wilhelmstraße on 30 January 1933, the Jewish painter Max Liebermann, who lived directly next to the Brandenburg Gate, saw the torchlight procession and said: “I cannot eat much, as I would like to vomit.' You’ll then head to the former government district, passing by Konrad Adenauer’s office, where he hid from the Nazis in 1933. You’ll also see the remains of Goebbels’ Propaganda Ministry, which is now part of the Federal Ministry of Labor, before reaching the memorial to Georg Elser, who meticulously planned but failed to bomb Hitler in the Bürgerbräukeller in Munich. You’ll then end this section of the tour at the Topography of Terror, situated at the former Gestapo headquarters, where the SS leadership and the Reich Security Head Office were located. The tour then continues by bus, exploring the division of the city after 1961. Visit Checkpoint Charlie, see the former border crossing at Friedrichstraße station with the Tränenpalast, and see the Berlin Wall Memorial on Bernauer Straße.
IncludesTransportation by air-conditioned VW bus Tour guide Related reading material aboard the bus Entrance fees
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