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  • Berlin: Cold War Walking Tour

    1. Berlin: Cold War Walking Tour

    Go back and time and learn about what life was like in Berlin during the Cold War. Join an exciting and informative walking tour that takes you to see important sites of the time and gives you an insider's look at the life of the residents of this once divided city. See the Friedrichstrasse station, the single border station during the Cold War. Follow the River Spree to the parliament and government district, whose buildings were situated partly along the border strip. Visit the famous Brandenburg Gate where the border ran and was the symbol of the division of the city. From the Holocaust memorial at the former "death strip", proceed to Potsdamer Platz, where the split is particularly visible in the former Tiergarten triangle. See the longest remaining stretch of the wall and the famous Checkpoint Charlie. Learn about how MI6 and the CIA tunnelled under the wall into the Soviet Zone,...

  • Berlin: Cold War and Berlin Wall Tour in Spanish

    2. Berlin: Cold War and Berlin Wall Tour in Spanish

    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, the Soviet Memorial in Tiergarten, and the Reichstag. 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.

  • Red Berlin: Secrets of the Communist Capital

    3. Red Berlin: Secrets of the Communist Capital

    Take the Cold War and Communist Berlin walking tour and learn about the city before the days of reunification. Hear how Berlin existed on the front line of the Cold War, and learn of the people, places, and secrets that kept 2 worlds on the brink of World War III, along with the wall that separated them. You will be strolling through Berlin's former Soviet Sector, a Cold War battleground and foundation of Communist East Berlin. Learn about life behind the Iron Curtain, and see how the Stasi, the largest spy network the world has ever seen, kept an entire population under observation.

    Fantastic Tour. Our (Australian!) guide Ernestine was very passionate about German history and super knowledgeable. She really brought the history to life.

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The tour Red Berlin guided by Sophie was great! I am very happy that I could attend it and have very nice history lesson. Many thanks! I warmly recommend it. By the way - There is very important remark for GetYourGuide - You advertise that the tour Red Berlin includes visit to Treptower Park - Soviet memorial, what actually is not part of the tour. Please, update it as it can make misunderstandings and issues for Sandemans guides.

After visiting Berlin for the 6. time, we finally wanted to try a guided tour through the city. To summarize it in 1 sentence: Scottish Sam made it the best trip we ever had. A delightful mix of informations, jokes, tales and stories made this a perfect experience.

Fantastic Tour. Our (Australian!) guide Ernestine was very passionate about German history and super knowledgeable. She really brought the history to life.

Excellent experience with fun and highly knowledgeable Sarah Enright. Highly recommend her.

It was good. Lots of interesting cités and a well informed guide. Great value for money.