1. Germany
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  3. Reichstag

Berlin: Behind the Iron Curtain Private Walking Tour

Product ID: 200758
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A 3.5-hour private walking tour about the end of the Third Reich in Berlin, the establishment of the Soviet Occupation, the Cold War in Berlin, the Berlin Wall, and life behind the Iron Curtain.
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Duration: 3.5 hours
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  • Enjoy a private tour with the specialist for Soviet history in Berlin
  • See some of Berlin's best-known sights, the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie and the Gendarmenmarkt
  • Enjoy a tour with a guide who was born in socialist East Germany (GDR)
  • Learn more about the life behind the Iron Curtain and the presence of Soviet troops in Germany
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Enjoy a private tour in the center of Berlin with a local guide who was born in socialist East Germany (GDR). Experience Soviet history right in the heart of this exciting metropolis. Follow in the footsteps of the Red Army during the final battle of World War II in Europe. Both, the Reichstag and the Soviet War Memorial are imposing testemonies of the past.

You will learn about the Soviets as an occupying power and how Berlin became one of the most important battlefields of the Cold War. On this special tour, you will pass by some of the most famous sights in Berlin and get to know the Soviet history of these places.
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What’s Not Included
  • Ticket for public transportation

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Meeting point

Berlin-Hauptbahnhof/Main Station, at the exit Washingtonplatz south side, on the left-hand side, next to the electronic display board for public transport.

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From US$ 205.20 Per group up to 15

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Berlins Taiga

Product ID: 200758