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Berlin: WelcomeCard All Inclusive

Berlin: WelcomeCard All Inclusive

Choose the validity period you want, based on how long you will stay. Then, buy your Berlin WelcomeCard to enjoy free entry to more than 30 attractions, activities, and museums. Get over 150 discounts on tours, restaurants, bars, and more. Ride a hop-on hop-off bus around the city for free. Children travel for free on public transport with an adult who holds a card, so they don't need their own public transport tickets. Get a children's WelcomeCard so the kids can enjoy free entry to the same attractions as the adult. Have fun exploring the best landmarks in Berlin and save money.

Berlin: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Berlin: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Guten Tag and welcome to Berlin, a city pulsating with the energy of history, innovation, and an irrepressible spirit of freedom. As you embark on this self-guided audio tour, immerse yourself in the beating heart of Germany's capital, where every street corner unveils layers of stories that have shaped the city's identity. Picture yourself wandering through the remnants of the iconic Berlin Wall, a tangible testament to the city's tumultuous past and the unyielding desire for reunification. From the grandeur of the Brandenburg Gate to the trendy vibes of Kreuzberg, let the audio guide whisk you through a dynamic landscape where the echoes of World War II, the Cold War, and the reunification resonate. Feel the pulse of creativity in neighborhoods like Friedrichshain, where street art adorns the remnants of industrial landscapes, telling tales of rebellion and artistic expression. Marvel at the architectural wonders of Potsdamer Platz, where modernity intertwines with historical remnants, creating a unique juxtaposition that defines Berlin's skyline. Learn more about the top 23 tourist attractions in Berlin. Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in this audio commentary which starts from the city's central station and then the itinerary gradually moves one by one. 1. Berlin Hauptbahnhof 2. Museum für Naturkunde 3. Berlin Wall Memorial 4. Palace of Tears 5. Reichstag Building 6. Brandenburg Gate 7. Holocaust Memorial 8. German Spy Museum Berlin 9. Topography of Terror 10. Pergamon Museum 11. Neues Museum 12. Deutsches Historisches Museum 13. Berliner Dom 14. Berlin TV Tower 15. Museum Island 16. Berlin-Hohenschönhausen Memorial 17. Stasi Museum 18. Treptower Park 19. East Side Gallery 20. German Museum of Technology 21. Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church 22. Charlottenburg Palace 23. Victory Column This audio tour will transport you through time, revealing stories of resilience, innovation, and the unbreakable spirit of Berliners. So, don your headphones, adjust the volume, and get ready to explore a city that stands as a living canvas of its storied past and a canvas for the dreams of its diverse inhabitants. Berlin awaits your discovery

Berlín y el Nacionalsocialismo. Group Tour in Spanish

Berlín y el Nacionalsocialismo. Group Tour in Spanish

Explore the most important sites related to the Third Reich in Berlin on a half-day walking tour, and learn about life in the city under National Socialism. Starting with the Treaty of Versailles through to the Weimar Republic, your guide will analyze details of Hitler's rise to power, as well as the role of some of his leading henchmen, such as Goebbel´s propaganda programs. Pass Memorial to the Sinti and Roma Victims of National Socialism, as you learn about the Nazi’s plans for a future Germania that would be the capital of the world. You will learn about the Berlin - Rome - Tokyo axis in front of the Italian and Japanese embassies, and stroll up Wilhelmstrasse to the Luftwaffe Ministerium (Air Defense Ministry) and Nazi Propaganda Ministry. End at the exact spot where the Führer Chancellery once stood, and hear about Hitler’s final days in his bunker.

Berlin: WelcomeCard All Inclusive with Public Transport ABC

Berlin: WelcomeCard All Inclusive with Public Transport ABC

Choose the validity period you want, based on how long you will stay. Then, buy your Berlin WelcomeCard to enjoy free entry to more than 30 attractions, activities, and museums. Get over 150 discounts on tours, restaurants, bars, and more. Ride a hop-on hop-off bus around the city for free. Children travel for free on public transport with an adult who holds a card, so they don't need their own public transport tickets. Get a children's WelcomeCard so the kids can enjoy free entry to the same attractions as the adult. Have fun exploring the best landmarks in Berlin and save money.

Berlin: Stasi Museum Private Guided Tour with Entry Ticket

Berlin: Stasi Museum Private Guided Tour with Entry Ticket

What was daily life like behind the Berlin Wall in the postwar GDR? How did the Stasi police operate, and why did German citizens fear them? Skip the lines at the Stasi Museum (Forschungs- und Gedenkstätte Normannenstraße) and learn about the Cold War history and politics in East Berlin from an Expert Guide! Book a 3-hour private tour of the Stasimuseum (Forschungs- und Gedenkstätte Normannenstraße). This tour is ideal for history buffs but also for those who want to learn about communism and what life in East Berlin used to be like before the fall of the Berlin Wall. The tour will begin in Alexanderplatz, a public square in the center of the German Democratic Republic, where the largest demonstration in GDR’s history took place in 1989. From there, you will take public transport to the Stasi Museum - all tickets are included. The Stasi Museum is housed in the original building of the former headquarters of the Ministry of State Security. Inside, you will have the opportunity to take a closer look at how the secret Stasi police operated and see their original spying technology such as bugs and hidden cameras. You will also visit the Ministerial Offices and the office of Erich Mielke, which displays his famous red briefcase, in which he used to keep the most sensitive information. Find out how informants were recruited and how the citizens were spied on and controlled!

Berlin: Berlin Wall and the Cold War Walking Tour

Berlin: Berlin Wall and the Cold War Walking Tour

See where Berlin was cut in two overnight by the Berlin Wall on the excellent 2-hour walking tour. Experience a time when Berlin was divided into the capitalist West and the communist East. Uncover life in East Germany, where neighbours were encouraged to spy on one another, and escaping across the Berlin Wall was a deadly temptation. Since Germany reuinifed the signs of the old East have slowly but surely been disappearing. Uncover the secrets of old communist Berlin with an expert guide. Ask the tough questions about the secret police, see where escape tunnels were built beneath the Wall, and experience the history of a country that no longer exists. Find out how the Berlin Wall was set up secretly overnight in 1961 on this fascinating walk. See memorials for those who lost their lives trying to get to the West, and discuss what life in East Germany was really like.

Berlin: Muro,Guerra Fría y Museo de la Stasi

Berlin: Muro,Guerra Fría y Museo de la Stasi

This tour follows in the history of the Cold War and takes you on a discovery of an important period that shaped the city of Berlin. Explore the places that defined Berlin during the Cold War, including the Bernauer Strasse Wall Memorial. Discover what it was like to live in a divided city and explore the former ghost stations of the underground lines. Visit the Stasi Museum and find out what methods the secret service used to control the population of East Berlin. See what remains of the Berlin Wall and the infamous Death Strip, learn about why the wall was built, and discover the ingenious ways some Berliners tried to cross the Berlin Wall. You will also learn about why the wall eventually came down, how the city has developed itself since, and what has changed in the lives of Berliners.

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What people are saying about Stasi Museum

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4.5
(213 reviews)

This was our first trip to Berlin. The map made it so easy to get around the city and into attractions. The first time we used it was on the Hop On Hop Off bus where the driver did not accept the card. However, we were waiting for the next bus, and this driver knew very well what it was. After that, everything went smoothly! Can be highly recommended.

Ideal, can actually be used anywhere without waiting time. Public transport also perfectly arranged in Berlin and with this card. Can get in anywhere without worrying about anything.

Very friendly and knowledgeable guide. Arrived on time, interesting tour. Great

Fantastic, guide Rebecca was very informative, definitely recommend.

Very exciting, very worth knowing, very successful!