Ways to Celebrate German Unity Day (Tag der Deutschen Einheit) in Berlin

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Flashing back to Nov 9, 1989, Berlin was hitting the headlines all around the world for the fall of the notorious Berlin Wall, but it wasn't until Oct 3, 1990—the date now celebrated as German Unity Day (Tag der Deutschen Einheit)—when the re-unification of Germany became official.

Today, the national day not only commemorates one of the most significant events in the country's history, but also celebrates unified Germany and serves as a day for Berliners to embrace their city's cosmopolitan and forward-thinking spirit. For visitors to the capital, it's the ideal time to see more of the city.

Learn more about Berlin's divided history on a walking tour of Berlin's Third Reich sites; relive the glory of the Prussian kings with a hop-on, hop-off bus tour of nearby Potsdam; or take a bike tour of the city's Cold War sites, including the remains of the Berlin Wall. Travelers can also use the day to discover the best bits of Berlin with a fun Segway tour; a hop-on hop-off bus tour of the top attractions; or a private tour of Berlin's highlights and hidden sites.
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