Great tour led by Ken. He really knew his stuff, and did an excellent job meeting the different members of the group where they were in terms of content knowledge. Got to see quite a bit during the tour, too!
Learn everything you need to know on this 4-hour guided walking tour of Germany’s Third Reich. Meet your guide at Hackescher Markt S-bahn station to begin the story of the rise of Hitler and the Nazi regime while visiting key sites in Germany’s capital of Berlin.
Walk to Anhalter Banhof, where the prisoners of Berlin were sent off to concentration camps by the SS. Continue on down to the Topography of Terror museum, once the headquarters of the SS and Gestapo, on Prinz-Albrecht-Strasse.
Proceed onto the Ministry of Aviation building, now Germany’s Department of Finance, to learn about the Jewish, Sinti, and Roma populations that were affected during this time.
The tour will conclude at the Reichstag building, the former and current parliament building of Germany and where the Nazis took power in 1933.
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Our guide Kyle was incredible, engaging and knowledgeable. The tour is a good pace and provide lots of details and well delivered information about The Thrid Reich Berlin. There is plenty of interesting facts and sites through the tour. 3rd time I have done a...More
This was a fantastic tour. The four hours went by quickly as Ken, our guide told the story of Berlin under Nazi rule. He was extremely knowledgeable and a very good storyteller. He made it real and tangible. I highly recommend it, even if you’re...More
Cesar was put under pressure right from the start with 29 people in his group. Our previous day's tour was only nine! That said, Cesar took it all in his stride and kept everyone's attention with his precise, knowledgeable and dramatic delivery. He fitted the...More
Completed a tour with Sarah yesterday with our top deck group. Amazing experience and definitely learnt a lot. Fully worth the money . She’s very passionate , had good stories and prepared to answer questions as well. Loved it. Keep up the good work Sarah....More