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  • Berlin: 'Hitler, How Could It Happen' & Berlin Story Museum

    1. Berlin: 'Hitler, How Could It Happen' & Berlin Story Museum

    Immerse yourself in Berlin's eventful history and follow the audio guide's vivid explanations about the past from Imperial times to the fall of the Berlin Wall in a real bunker from the Second World War. Step back in time to the period of National Socialism and discover a piece of contemporary history. Learn everything about Hitler's rise to power and his reign of terror. Visit the award-winning Berlin Story Museum in the huge Berlin Story Bunker near Anhalter Bahnhof and Potsdamer Platz. Learn more about Berlin's eventful history at 30 stations with large installations, informative photos, and short films.

    A very extensive and complete presentation of the life of Hitler from his childhood to his suicide in his bunker. Aided by an included audioguide, the exhibition contains multiple photos and documents to tell this story. It also reveals all that was happening in German society, politics, economy etc at the same time.

  • Berlin: City Highlights Bike Tour

    2. Berlin: City Highlights Bike Tour

    Cycle through Berlin’s lively city blocks on a bike tour with an expert guide cycling by your side. Learn about the city’s vibrant culture, see important historical sites and famous monuments, and discover hidden gems loved by locals. Meet your guide, pick your bike, and set off to discover the German capital. Peddle alongside the River Spree, make your way over to the picturesque Museum Island, and marvel at the magnificent green domes of Berlin’s Cathedral. Cross the iconic Brandenburger Gate, peddle past the Reichstag, and take in the lush scenery of the Tiergarten’s green spaces and its majestic Victory Column. Here you can take a moment to commemorate WWII victims as you overlook the Holocaust Memorial. Admire the beautiful architectural ensemble at Gendarmenmarkt square and continue towards the notorious Checkpoint Charlie. Learn about the historical site and get a chance to see...

  • Berlin: Private City Highlights Bike Tour

    3. Berlin: Private City Highlights Bike Tour

    Cycle through Berlin’s lively city blocks on a bike tour with a private guide cycling by your side. Learn about the city’s vibrant culture, see important historical sites and famous monuments, and discover hidden gems loved by locals. Meet your guide, pick your bike, and set off to discover the German capital. Peddle alongside the River Spree, make your way over to the picturesque Museum Island, and marvel at the magnificent green domes of Berlin’s Cathedral. Cross the iconic Brandenburger Gate, peddle past the Reichstag, and take in the lush scenery of the Tiergarten’s green spaces and its majestic Victory Column. Here you can take a moment to commemorate WWII victims as you overlook the Holocaust Memorial. Admire the beautiful architectural ensemble at Gendarmenmarkt square and continue towards the notorious Checkpoint Charlie. Learn about the historical site and get a chance to see...

  • Discover Berlin Walking Tour

    4. Discover Berlin Walking Tour

    See historic Berlin on a walking tour through the city's most significant places. Take an informative, thought-provoking journey that brings the history of Berlin alive. Cover all of Berlin's main sights, from the Berlin Wall to the site of Hitler's bunker. Visit the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin Cathedral, Palace Square, and much more. Choose to take either a shorter or longer tour with a private guide to fit your schedule. Your guide’s superb story-telling skills will weave the themes of Prussian, Imperial, Nazi, Cold War and 21st-Century Berlin into a detailed narrative, stretching from Berlin’s swampy origins in medieval times, to the controversies over the design of the memorial, to the tragic story of the murdered Jews of Europe. Along the way, meet characters who have left their imprint on the city, including Albert Einstein, Marlene Dietrich, and JFK. Stand above...

    This was some of the best money we spent in Berlin. Xavier was an excellent guide, he shared so much and kept the tour moving without going too far into one topic. I leaned a lot that I didn’t know before. I would highly recommend.

  • Berlin: Guided Bike Tour of the Berlin Wall and Third Reich

    5. Berlin: Guided Bike Tour of the Berlin Wall and Third Reich

    Immerse yourself in an exciting journey through time into Berlin's moving and not so distant past. The tour begins in the centrally-located Nikolaiviertel, just 5 minutes on foot from the TV Tower. Start your tour where Berlin's history first began. Jump on the bike of your choice and for 15 kilometers, listen to fascinating facts and lesser-known stories about historical sites from the Nazi era and the Cold War. Knowledgeable and entertaining guides will lead you to remote corners, predominantly down side streets and bike paths, and give you the inside story. See what life was like in the once divided city and find out why it is no longer possible to access Hitler's bunker ("Führerbunker"). Follow the outline of where the wall once stood, and see former ghost stations, old bunkers, and huge buildings with eventful histories.

    We participated in a biking WWII tour around Berlin, that I highly recommend. Content was great, it was well prepared and our guide was knowledgeable. There is so much to see that unfortunately you can't spend too much time at each stop but this way we cover a lot of venues.

  • Berlin: Small-Group Third Reich and Cold War Walking Tour

    6. Berlin: Small-Group Third Reich and Cold War Walking Tour

    Hear about the tumultuous contemporary history of Berlin in a nutshell on a two-hour small-group or private walking tour. Meet your tour guide in front of the Brandenburg Gate, the site of many changes in 20th-century Berlin. Listen to expert commentary about the last days of the Second World War and hear how the gate came to be a symbol of reunification in Germany after 1989.  Next, learn about the curious Reichstag Fire of 1933 as you pass the German House of Parliament. Here you’ll delve deep into the key events that took place after the appointment of Hitler as Chancellor of Germany in 1933, what happened to this building since the fall of the wall in 1989 and how it is used today. Continue your whistlestop sightseeing tour via the Soviet War Memorial in Tiergarten, you’ll have the chance to examine Soviet military hardware, tangible sources of the history of the city.  From here...

    My husband and I had never been to Berlin before and were lucky enough to get booked onto this small group walking tour, easily one of the best European city walking tours we've ever done. Our friendly guide, Jamie, was so engaging and really impressed us with not only his outstanding subject knowledge, but also so many additional facts, figures, photographs and stories of life during this period that brought the entire subject vividly to life on a truly memorable route starting at the Brandenburg Gate via The Wall, the Jewish Holocaust Memorial, Hitler's Bunker and Checkpoint Charlie to name just a few. Outstanding throughout, we would highly recommend to anyone. Jamie and Get Your Guide - thank you so much for an amazing Berlin experience!

  • Berlin: Private Wall and Cold War Bike Tour

    7. Berlin: Private Wall and Cold War Bike Tour

    Discover Berlin by bike on a private tour that explores the city’s experience during the Cold War. Ride along the former East and West border and see the remains of the Berlin Wall, one of the last watch towers, hidden military sites, and other traces left by the division of the city. Bike to Friedrichstraße station and Bornholmer Straße to see former border crossing locations. Follow the River Spree to the parliament and government district and arrive at Brandenburg Gate where the border ran and was the symbol of the division of the city. Ride past areas where the ‘death strips’ were located and see watchtowers left behind after the fall of the wall. Stop to look at remaining stretches of the wall and the famous Checkpoint Charlie. Get a fascinating insight into what it was like to live in the eastern block and hear about failed escape attempts. Learn about the changes that German so...

  • Berlin: Wall and Cold War Bike Tour

    8. Berlin: Wall and Cold War Bike Tour

    Discover Berlin by bike on a guided tour that explores the city’s experience during the Cold War. Ride along the former East and West border and see the remains of the Berlin Wall, one of the last watch towers, hidden military sites, and other traces left by the division of the city. Bike to Friedrichstraße station and Bornholmer Straße to see former border crossing locations. Follow the River Spree to the parliament and government district and arrive at Brandenburg Gate where the border ran and was the symbol of the division of the city. Ride past areas where the ‘death strips’ were located and see watchtowers left behind after the fall of the wall. Stop to look at remaining stretches of the wall and the famous Checkpoint Charlie. Get a fascinating insight into what it was like to live in the eastern block and hear about failed escape attempts. Learn about the changes that German soc...

  • Berlin: Hitler's Berlin The Rise & Fall Guided Walking Tour

    9. Berlin: Hitler's Berlin The Rise & Fall Guided Walking Tour

    Meet your guide in front of the tourist center at the Brandenburg Gate before embarking on a journey uncovering the dark history of the Third Reich. Following a brief introduction to build an understanding of the political instability of 1930’s Germany and the roots of the Nazi Party, walk over to the memorial to victims of the Third Reich. Get an insight into the cruel social philosophies that would later underpin the Holocaust. Later at the Reichstag (German Parliament Building), learn how the Nazi Party was elected to power and how Hitler became the Führer of Germany. Intertwined with the fierce final battle for the city in 1945, your guide will highlight key street battles, explain Russian and German military strategy as well point out the battle scars which can still be seen in the buildings today. After viewing the Jewish memorial and the Führer bunker where Hitler spent his fina...

    Great tours! Guide was super open and nice. Really learned a lot about Berlin. P

  • Berlin: Private City Highlights Walking Tour

    10. Berlin: Private City Highlights Walking Tour

    Walk through Berlin’s lively city blocks on a private walking tour with an expert guide by your side. Learn about the city’s vibrant culture, see important historical sites and famous monuments, and discover hidden gems loved by locals. Meet your guide and, after a brief overview of the tour’s itinerary, set off to discover the German capital. Walk alongside the River Spree, make your way over to the picturesque Museum Island, and marvel at the magnificent green domes of Berlin’s Cathedral. Cross the iconic Brandenburg Gate, stroll past the Reichstag, and take in the lush scenery of the Tiergarten’s green spaces and its majestic Victory Column. Here you can take a moment to commemorate WWII victims as you overlook the Holocaust Memorial. Admire the beautiful architectural ensemble at Gendarmenmarkt square and continue towards the notorious Checkpoint Charlie. Learn about the historica...

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What people are saying about Hitler's Bunker

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 5,988 reviews

Wouter was fantastic. Very friendly and answered all our questions. The booking accidentally put German and English speakers together and he masterfully switched back and forth between each language to make sure everyone was learning. The sites you see on this would be almost impossible to find on your own, as they are not well marked or destroyed. This tour is a great overview of the war and the Third Reich. My history buffs back home will be jealous.

Our guide was lovely. Very easy to understand, had great knowledge of the city and its history and was happy to chat and answer questions during the tour. Great mix of fun anecdotes and historical facts.

Georgia was a very knowledgeable and personable tour guide who gave wonderful nuance and depth to her tour.

I found out lots of interesting information and enjoyed the walking tour a lot.

It was value for time and money. Easy to locate meeting point and tour guide