Berlin, Germany
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clock-o4 hours (Approx.)
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commentOffered in: English

Overview

See and learn about Berlin as the capital city of Nazi Germany and the Third Reich on this guided, 4.5-hour bike tour. Visit the former Jewish quarter and see the location of Nazi bunkers, an air-raid shelter, anti-aircraft installations, war-damaged buildings, Nazi resistance monuments, World War II battlefields and much more. Find out how Hitler and the Nazi Party came to power and see the impact the Third Reich and World War II still have on Berlin. Stop for lunch (own expense). Use of a bike and helmet is included.
  • Bike tour of Berlin's WWII sites
  • Hear about Berlin during the Third Reich and Nazi control
  • Visit the Jewish ghetto, air raid shelters and bunkers
  • A great tour for history buffs
  • Bike and helmet rental included
Meet and greet the tour guide and group near the entrance of the TV Tower in Alexanderplatz, a large public square and transport hub in the center of Berlin. After getting fitted for a Beach Cruiser bike and helmet, there will be a brief introduction to Berlin — as the capital city of Nazi Germany and the Third Reich — before beginning the approximately 4.5-hour ride around and through this cultural center of modern-day Germany. 


The first stop is the Neue Synagoge, the former Jewish quarter of Berlin with two distinct memorials to Jewish victims and Jewish courage. See the Luftwaffe Ministry, one of the many remaining Third Reich buildings and former headquarters of the Nazi air force. Check out one of the last remaining civilian air raid shelters and hear how they are being reused today.


Discover some of the impressive examples of Nazi architecture. A few buildings are still in use while others were badly damaged in battle. Visit the Reichstag Building, the modern-day meeting place of the German Parliament; Bebelplatz, the site of the infamous Nazi book-burning; and stand over the area of Hitler’s bunker, recounting his last days and the end of World War II. Also, see the remains of Berlin Anhalter Bahnhof, the city’s former railway station that was also used as a deportation station for Holocaust victims.


Finally, visit the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, also known as the Holocaust Memorial. 


During the tour, there will be time to stop for lunch (own expense).


The tour ends back in Alexanderplatz.

Itinerary


Reviews

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S
, Aug 2017

Amazing tour! Oud guide, Emily, knew so much and has a very fun personality, so eventhough the subject of the tour is a serious one, she made it fun to see all the sights and threw in fun here and there. I would really recommend this tour and Fat Bike Tours in general for your tours and bike rental!

J
, Jun 2017

Amazing tour! Very friendly and helpful guid with amazing knowledge. City was very bike friendly places I've ever been. I really enjoyed this tour.

R
, May 2017

fat tire was an awesome experience and looking forward in using this company in other cities. Which by the way, offer a discount if used more than once. Which we did learn on this trip. Emily was an awesome tour guide.

D
, Apr 2017

What a great way to see Berlin. Very good tour, well organised and highly informative. Great lunch stop. Would highly recommend.

J
, Sep 2016

This tour was outstanding!! Cieran was our tour leader and he made it, simply, the best!! He was so knowlegeable about the history of the Nazi regime with plenty of anedotes and lots of humour along the way!! A great way to see Berlin on bicycle and learn more about Berlin's complex past!!
A perfect day in Berlin!!
Thanks Cieran sorry about the delay here, just back from Europe last night!
Joanie and Tom Webster, Vancouver, Canada

t
, Sep 2016

This was a great tour and a highlight of our visit to Europe. Randall, a transplanted Aussie with a love of history, takes you on a roughly 15 mile bike ride all through Berlin, providing a colorful and insightful look at the Third Reich and Nazi points of interest. The ride takes you down the city streets, parks and a lunch break at a beer garden. They even accommodated our 3 yr old granddaughter, providing a toddler bike seat and helmet. Highly recommended.

E
, Aug 2016

Covers part of Jewish community sites and significant Nazi Germany which lead up to and final days of the WWII. The tour goes over the three hours slightly. Keyana was very knowledgeable

M
, Aug 2016

Our bike tour was excellent and our guide was superb! We enjoyed riding around the city. Our guide was very knowledgeable and we loved hearing about the history of the area. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone who is considering it. It was even a little rainy and we pulled out our ponchos purchased for 1 euro and had a great time! Thanks so much for a memorable day!

R
, Apr 2016

I never went on the tour, because when I emailed and tried to ring to rearrange the date no one got back to me. However, I have received multiple emails to rate the tour I never went on. I wouldn't usually complain, but the volume of 'rate the tour' emails and lack of response to my emails has forced my hand so to speak. I'm giving it 1 star because 0 doesn't allow you to submit.

c
, Jan 2016

GREAT TOUR ALSO WITH YOUNG CHILDREN!
It was our first bicycle tour through Berlin and a successful way of discovering this city with our boys 11 8 years old. The guide was very knowledgeable and the stories he told very interesting. We can only recommend to book this tour!


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