Meet your private guide in central Berlin and head to the Berlin Story Bunker (Luftschutzbunker), an original air raid shelter from World War II.
Hear how the bunker once accommodated as many as 12,000 Berliners, and if you wish, head inside to see its interesting exhibitions (additional cost), charting Berlin’s history and how it was used.
Next, ride an underground train to Hitler’s Bunker (Führerbunker), the site of a now-buried shelter used by Hitler as his last headquarters in 1945. View the overground site, and learn about the bunker’s workings. See the exhibition on Hitler’s Bunker during your optional visit to the Berlin Story Bunker, or alternatively, choose to visit the interior of the Boros Bunker, your next stop.
Continue to the Boros, a vast, 5-story concrete block built in 1943 to shelter up to 3,000 people, now used as a contemporary art gallery. If you wish, head inside (additional cost) to tour the stunning artworks: a private collection belonging to Christian Boros.
Finally, stop at the part-bunker, part-anti-aircraft Humboldthain Flak Tower, built in 1942. View the massive tower’s exterior, and absorb the panoramas from here over the city before your tour ends back at the original starting point.