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Overview

Discover Berlin as the capital city of Nazi Germany and the Third Reich on this guided, 3-hour, small-group walking tour. Explore the tragic years between 1933 and 1945, when Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party steered Germany into war and terror, and see how past events have shaped Berlin and Germany today. Learn about the rise and fall of the Third Reich and visit the Berlin Wall Memorial, the Holocaust Memorial, the Reichstag building and much more. A trip to the Topography of Terror indoor/outdoor history museum is also included.
  • 3-hour walking tour of Berlin’s Third Reich sites including the Topography of Terror museum
  • Follow a historian guide to the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, the Holocaust Memorial and the Berlin Wall
  • Gain insight into the rise and fall of Hitler and the Nazis during WWII–era Berlin
  • See poignant exhibitions and excavations at the Topography of Terror, former headquarters of the Gestapo
  • Numbers are limited to six for a more personalized experience
Meet and greet the local historian tour guide and group at Pariser Platz, a square in the center of Berlin near the Brandenburg Gate.

Learn about the rise and fall of Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany’s Third Reich while visiting many of the locations that were key to that time period. Walk through central Berlin, along the remains of the Berlin Wall and gain a better understanding of how the events of the past have shaped Berlin and Germany today.

The tour begins at the famous Brandenburg Gate, one of Berlin’s most important monuments. It was a symbol of division between Berlin and Germany during the post World War II Cold War, but it’s now a national symbol of peace and unity.

See the Luftwaffe Ministry, one of the many remaining Third Reich buildings and former headquarters of the Nazi air force. 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 and stand over the area of Hitler’s bunker, recounting his last days and the end of World War II. Also, see the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, more widely known as the Holocaust Memorial.

Finally, visit the Topography of Terror, an indoor/outdoor history museum. This is the former headquarters of the Third Reich and the SS as well as the Reich Security Main Office.
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