Guided tour

Berlin: Third Reich Walking Tour

Berlin: Third Reich Walking Tour

From $17.85 per person

Learn how Hitler rose to power in Germany and Berlin’s role during the Third Reich. Explore former Nazi buildings, war memorials, and the site where Hitler’s bunker stood.

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Duration options: 2 - 4 hours
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Live tour guide
English, Spanish
Small group available

Includes

  • Live tour guide
    Highlights
    • Explore the history of Hitler and the Third Reich in Berlin
    • See the site of Hitler's bunker and the Reich Chancellery
    • Visit poignant memorials dedicated to WWII victims
    • Witness examples of Third Reich architecture still standing
    • Learn of the Gestapo and the SS at the Topography of Terror exhibit
    Full description
    Join an informative walking tour to explore the tumultuous history of Berlin during Hitler’s regime. Hear about the rise and fall of the Nazi party, visit memorials for the victims of the Third Reich, and see where Hitler and his henchmen made the decisions that would shake the world. Stand in front of Brandenburg Gate and listen to expert commentary about the last days of the Second World War and how the gate came to be a symbol of division after the war and later reunification in Germany after 1989. Learn about the curious Reichstag Fire of 1933 as you pass the German House of Parliament. Here you’ll delve deep into the key events that took place after the appointment of Hitler as Chancellor of Germany in 1933. Continue over to see artillery-pieces and tanks adorning the Soviet War Memorial in Tiergarten commemorating the Battle of Berlin, which helped liberate the country from Nazism yet claimed over 80,000 Soviet soldiers' lives. From here, move onto the impactful Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, a poignant dedication to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Progress onto Hermann Göring's enormous Ministry of Aviation building, which remains as one of the few last standing examples of Third Reich architecture. Next, head to an outdoor and indoor museum complex referred to as the Topography of Terror where the SS and the Gestapo institutions were located. End this tour by seeing the site of the Reich Chancellery and Hitler’s infamous Bunker.

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    Meeting point

    Meet your guide in front of the entrance to the TV Tower, Alexanderplatz, Berlin

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    What to bring

    • Comfortable shoes
    • Umbrella
    • Camera
    • Water
    • Passport or ID card for children
    • Weather-appropriate clothing
    • Public transport ticket

    Know before you go

    • Tours operate rain or shine
    • You will need to purchase an AB public transport ticket for this tour
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.8 / 5

    based on 315 reviews

    Review summary

    • Guide
      4.4/5
    • Value for money
      4.7/5
    • Service
      4.7/5
    • Organization
      4.7/5
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    The guide was knowledgeable but unfortunately used the whole 4 hours to push his extreme left wing agenda upon us and missed most of the important third reich hotspots out. We had to do the reichs air ministry, Gestapo hq, Holocaust memorial and other spots ourselves. Even though closed they were very important places to see. Please keep your political views away from the tour you have been paid to cover

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    March 15, 2020

    February 25, 2020

    We took this walking tour on 17 Feb 2020 and it was absolutely excellent. Our guide Kai was really fantastic. Very knowledgeable and engaging and with perfect spoken English. It is not the most obvious meeting point (most other tours start at the Brandenburg gate) so make sure you plan your way there in advance. We definitely saw key sights that we would have missed if we had attempted a tour unguided, inc the memorial to the night of the broken glass which is hidden away near a children's playground. The stop at the museum was very brief (30 mins) and not enough time to see all we wanted re the exhibits so we went back there (entry free) the next day. Recommend taking a snack with you as it is a long tour. Highly recommend and think this is a must do excursion for anyone visiting Berlin.

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    February 22, 2020

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    Product ID: 44229

    VA ID: 392404