Berlin, Germany
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commentOffered in: English

Overview

Explore the chilling legacy of Germany’s Third Reich during this 4-hour walking tour of Berlin. Follow your historian guide on a walk to the ruins of Anhalter Bahnhof, previously Europe’s largest train station, used to deport prisoners to concentrations camps. You'll also visit the former headquarters of the SS and Gestapo, concluding at the Reichstag, the German parliament building. Your guide will contextualize the rise of the Nazis as you go, offering insight into those who resisted as well as the horrific impact of the Holocaust.
  • Walking tour of Berlin's Third Reich sites
  • Learn about the rise and fall of Hitler and the Nazi Party from a historian guide
  • Pass the must-see Topography of Terror museum
  • Learn the fate of Berlin’s Jewish population
  • Walk through Hitler’s former government quarter
  • End in front of the Reichstag
Investigate the infamous rise of the Nazis during this 4-hour walking tour of the Third Reich’s key sites in Berlin. Meet your guide at Hackescher Markt S-Bahn station and hear the history behind Adolf Hitler and his National Socialist Party. These facts will help explain the dramatic period of violence that took hold between 1933 and 1945, resulting in one Germany’s darkest eras.

Travel to Anhalter Bahnhof, where many of Berlin’s Jewish residents were deported, before walking to Heinrich Himmler’s SS and Gestapo headquarters on former Prinz-Albrecht-Strasse. Once considered the most chilling address in all of Germany, this is now home to the Topography of Terror museum.

From here, visit Herman Göring’s Ministry of Aviation, as your guide discusses the consequences of the Third Reich on the Jewish, Sinti, and Roma populations.

Your tour will finish in front of Germany’s impressive parliament building, the Reichstag. This is where the Nazis came to power in 1933, and were defeated in the Battle of Berlin in 1945 in the last days of WWII.

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B
, Sep 2018

A somber place to visit but worth the experience. If you get Campbell as your guide, you will be lucky because he is superb and his knowledge of the site amazing!!!

m
, Sep 2018

The tour guide was phenomenal, the tour itself like other viator tours good.

M
, Aug 2018

There are tours and then there are tours hosted by Jess!!! 10/10, excellent, superb etc. Jess set the scene and used all his historical knowledge of both the development of National Socialism and antisemitism in central Europe to deliver a simply superb walking tour. I did the tour with 15 year old son, who is due to take his GCSE History exam next year, he loved the tour and Jess pure love for history was really inspiring for my son. If you can take any of the tours delivered by Jess you are in for a treat.

M
, Jun 2018

We had an amazing tour. Nathan was very knowledgeable and provided a great understanding of all the events that happened before, during and after the War. Highly recommend this. In fact I believe it to be a must! Great Job Nathan. Thank you.

s
, Apr 2018

Excellent tour! A real highlight of my trip to Berlin...excellent guide. I learned a lot.

R
, Apr 2018

An essential tour for those interested in history.

G
, Mar 2018

great tour!

k
, Mar 2018

One of the best tours I have been on, our tour guide Kai was a fabulous. Be prepared for lots of walking easy walking

G
, Feb 2018

Really fascinating tour and top class tour guide. Would highly recommend.

G
, Jan 2018

Very, very good tour from an extremely knowledgeable and professional historian guide, Kevin. Thoroughly recommended


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