7. Berlin: Private Third Reich Sites Tour by Car with Transfer
Discover Berlin as it looked under the terrible regime of Adolf Hitler and National Socialism. Embark on a historic private tour through the most important local landmarks of WWII. Be transported to a time when Berlin was the capital city of a dictatorship responsible for the murder of millions.
Get picked up from your accommodation and join a Third Reich history expert on a city tour. As you ride, receive an introduction to 20th-century Germany under the control of Adolf Hitler.
Explore Berlin’s former Jewish Quarter, visiting the New Synagogue, the oldest Jewish cemetery in the city, and several memorials to victims of Nazism. Stop by Otto Weidt’s Workshop for the Blind, where Jews were sheltered from the SS and Gestapo by a blind brushmaker.
Reach Anhalter Bahnhof, Berlin’s former largest station destroyed during WWII bombing raids. Walk around the old Nazi Government Quarter to see the former SS and Gestapo Headquarters, Reich Aviation Ministry, Hitler’s Bunker, and the memorial to Georg Elser, who tried to assassinate Hitler in 1939.
Head through the Memorial for the Murdered Jews of Europe toward the Soviet War Memorial in the Tiergarten. Honor the gravesite of around 2,000 Soviet soldiers who died in the Battle of Berlin. Finally, visit the Reichstag, where the Soviet flag flew over the remains of Berlin at the end of WWII.
Receive an in-depth commentary of all the sites visited, with a short break for refreshments in the middle of the tour. Be dropped off back at your hotel or stay in the city to further explore on your own.