In this 2-hour tour, explore Berlin's so-called "City of Tomorrow," the Hansaviertel. After being destroyed in WW2, the Hansaviertel was rebuilt by famous architects from across the globe during the International Building Exhibition of 1957.
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- Free cancellation
- Cancel up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund
- Mobile ticketing
- Use your phone or print your voucher
- Duration 2 hours
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- Live tour guide
- German, English
- Wheelchair accessible
- Immerse yourself in Berlin's turbulent past with a tour through the Hansaviertel
- Tour the Berlin Pavilion and see the Müller-Rehm/Siegmann House
- Marvel at the Gropius-Haus, then Kaiser-Friedrich Memorial Church, and the 'Sweden House'
- See the U-Bahn Station Hansaplatz, the Hansaviertel Library, and the Hansaviertel Hospital
- Visit the Bakema/van den Broek House, the Schwippert House, and the Academy of Art
- Guided tour from a museum expert
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- It is also possible to organize tours beginning from specific points at certain times.