- 4-hour historical walking tour of Berlin
- Discover top Berlin attractions with your guide including Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag parliament building and Checkpoint Charlie
- Get an up-close look at the remains of the Berlin Wall
- Find out what life was like during WW2 and the Cold War
- See where Hitler's former bunker is located
Walk through the city with your guide and discover sites linked to the city’s fascinating history. Learn about the Nazi legacy and how Hitler rose to power, and discover what life was like during the Third Reich. See where Hitler's former bunker is and visit the modern Holocaust Memorial. Learn how Germany got divided into East and West during the Cold War as you walk through Checkpoint Charlie, and touch the remains of the Berlin Wall.
Walk under the Brandenburg Gate, the monumental entry to the boulevard Unter den Linden, which was authorized by King Frederick William II of Prussia as a sign of peace. Near here, admire the Reichstag parliament building, opened in 1894, with its famous glass dome designed by British architect Norman Foster. Since the government moved back to Berlin in 1990, it is now the meeting place of the German parliament.
You can either start your tour in East Berlin or West Berlin, whichever suits your itinerary. No matter which you choose, you’ll still get to see all the sites visited on the tour. If you choose to start your tour in West Berlin, please bring a valid train ticket.
For a full list of sites visited on this Berlin walking tour, please see the Itinerary section below.
See the sights listed below:
- Hitler's Bunker
- Holocaust Memorial
- Brandenburg Gate
- Memorial for the Murdered Jews of Europe
- Checkpoint Charlie
- Berlin Wall
- Memorial Church
- Death Strip
- East German Government Quarter
- Unter den Linden
- Reichstag Parliament building
Reviewed by Bella, November 2012
Tarik was brilliant, a very informative and thought provoking walk, with a knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide. Learnt a lot and saw places would not have known to go look at. 10 points for patience with a painful Aussie, and I was not that Aussie!! who challenged many statements made on the day.
Reviewed by Robert, November 2012
Our guide Mike Stack was amazing! Very knowledgeable and friendly professional! He made sure the entire group of 30+ people from various countries was safe and comfortable throughout the walking tour. He was passionate about his job and everyone enjoyed it! I would recommend the tour to anyone!