Guided tour

Berlin: A Third Reich Walking Tour

Berlin: A Third Reich Walking Tour

Activity provider: Insider Tour Berlin
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From US$ 20.05 per person

Explore the rise and fall of Nazi Germany in Berlin and learn about the events that catapulted Hitler to power. Discover the stories of the Nazi, Gestapo, and SS within the Reich as you learn about Berlin under siege and the darkest details of WW2.

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Duration 3 hours
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Live tour guide
English, German
Pickup optional
Please wait in the hotel lobby 5 minutes before your scheduled pickup time. Your guide will be wearing a yellow name tag for easy recognition.
Private group available

Experience

Highlights
  • Learn about the history of Berlin during World War II
  • Discover the location of Hitler's suicide in the Führer Bunker
  • Visit the site of Hitler's New Reich's Chancellery, seat of power of Nazi Europe
  • Explore the Topography of Terror exhibit
  • Visit the Soviet War Memorial
Full description

Learn the secrets of one of the most defining stories of the 20th century as you explore Berlin locations closely tied to Hitler and the Third Reich. During the walking tour, authoritative guides who have made this one of the world's most highly regarded tours on the subject provide a fascinating commentary. Visit the remains of Goering's Air Defence Ministry, where the Luftwaffe coordinated the Battle of Britain. Go to the site of Goebbels' Propaganda Ministry, and see the ruins of Himmler's SS and Gestapo HQs. Take a stroll down the imaginary north-south axis of "Germania," as designed by Albert Speer, from the towering Great Hall to the monumental arch. Visit the site of Hitler's New Reichs Chancellery, the seat of power of Nazi-held Europe, and the exact location of the Führer’s Bunker. Your guide will provide a step-by-step account of Hitler's suicide, the last days spent in the bunker, and the fate of his remains.

Finally, follow the route of the Soviet attack towards the final battlefield of the Reichstag, and stop before the Soviet Memorial, flanked with T34 Tanks and Red Army Howitzers.

Includes
  • Tour
  • Guide
  • Public Transportation tickets (AB - 2.80 EUR)
Covid-19 precautions

You must book this activity online because the ticket office is closed

Safety measures in place
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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Date

Meeting point

Meet outside Friedrichstr. train station, on the square beside the 'Traenenpalast' (Palace of Tears), Reichstagufer 17, 10117 Berlin

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Important information

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Comfortable clothes
  • Weather-appropriate clothing

Know before you go

  • The tour operates rain or shine
  • As of April 1st 2020, tours will meet outside Friedrichstr. train station, on the square beside the 'Traenenpalast' (Palace of Tears), Reichstagufer 17, 10117 Berlin
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.9 /5

based on 225 reviews

Review summary

  • Guide
    4.8/5
  • Value for money
    4.8/5
  • Service
    4.8/5
  • Organization
    4.8/5

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What a fantastic tour bringing to life the dark history of Berlin under the Nazis. Rob (from Manchester) brought the history to life with his knowledge and expertise. We would thoroughly recommend this tour for its historical knowledge and importance and to ensure more of us never forget what happened here. Andyand Amanda, Bristol

May 15, 2022

Loved this tour! Gregor was our guide and he was super knowledgable but also gave us space to make our own views and think about things ourselves which I really valued. Everything went seamlessly and the break for coffee at a local cafe was great. Also made some friends from the group so I really can’t fault it!

May 11, 2022

To be recommended for English speakers. Campbell is an Australian and a historian, so he knows a lot about the subject and of course his English is impeccable. He is also nice and has humour which makes the tragic events of the Drittes Reich easier to listen to. Moreover, furing the tour you will never be bored.

November 27, 2021

Product ID: 11528