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About the Tour
One tour, everything you need to know. Pioneered by our founding father, Terry Brewer, this full-day circuit is the city’s most comprehensive walking tour. There’s no set routes, no scripts, and no limits. Our guides are given a licence to roam and a remit to show you the absolute best of Berlin – as much as is humanly possible in 6-hours. We don’t believe in compartmentalising Berlin’s complex history into several different tours. We believe in the bigger picture, and we want to help you understand how different periods of Berlin’s past interlink and affect one another. So join us and experience a city caught in the throes of Nazi megalomania, walk through a capital cut in two by the Cold War, marvel at the might of Prussia, explore hidden pathways in the former Jewish quarter, and learn how the traumatic legacy of the 20th century is written into the city’s fabric today.
From now until March 31 2019 we’re doing the tour every Saturday morning at 10:30.
From April 1 2019 the tour will be available on Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 09:30, at a new meeting point in front of Starbucks near to Hackescher Markt station (Address: Neue Promenade 3, 10178 Berlin)
Good to Know
- Children up to 12 can come for free.
- All our tours run rain or shine.
World War II
- Hitler’s bunker
- former SS headquarters
- Nazi ministry district
- Bebelplatz, the book burning square
- New Synagogue
- former Jewish Girls’ School
- courtyards and streets of the Scheunenviertel
- Berlin Wall
- Checkpoint Charlie
- East & West Berlin
Imperial Berlin & Sinful 1920s
- Unter den Linden
- Museum Island
- Brandenburg Gate
- Friedrichstrasse, the former cabaret mile