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Charité

The oldest hospital in Berlin has seen 300 years of revolutionary discoveries and tragic errors.

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Berlin: Charité Walking Tour

1. Berlin: Charité Walking Tour

The area of the Charité hospital tells some fascinating stories of life and death. It all began in the 18th century with a pestilence house and developed to become what it is now: one of the major university hospitals in Europe and the buildings themselves, relicts of important moments of medical history. Walk in the footsteps of Rudolf Virchow, Robert Koch, Ferdinand Sauerbruch, Emil von Behring, and Karl Bonhoeffer. The walking tour begins at the famous Charité high-rise bed building and ends at the Monbijou bridge. Marvel at this iconic hospital, you will get to hear stories of the geniuses of Berlin medicine, as well as the dark times of the institution, when doctors cooperated with the Nazi regime.

Berlin: Small Group Bike Tour Through City Center

2. Berlin: Small Group Bike Tour Through City Center

Begin your tour of Berlin's Mitte District on the historic Bornholmer Straße, where the first Berliners from East and West joined arms joyfully on the day the Berlin Wall fell. Discover the impressive New Synagogue and the Old Post Headquarters. See Berlin as a city of contrasts – from the Hauptbahnhof to the Charité. Visit the Government Quarter and the Reichstag, symbol of a united Berlin. Through the much-loved Tiergarten, Berlin's Central Park, you will ride onwards to the most famous landmark in the city: the Brandenburg Gate. Then, passing many historic monuments and interesting places, you will journey to Alexanderplatz, with the Red Town Hall, the TV Tower, the beautiful Neptune Fountain and the unique East German World Clock. Finally, you will cycle through hip Prenzlauerberg back to your starting point.

Berlin: Charité Campus Self-Guided Smartphone Tour

3. Berlin: Charité Campus Self-Guided Smartphone Tour

Embark on an adventure through a self-guided tour of Charité hospital in Berlin. You will explore the venerable campus of Charité while solving riddles to unlock the stories. All informations to start the tour you will get after booking the tour. Know about the legendary detective superintendent Ernst Gennat and various Nobel Prize winners at different stages of the tour. You will solve puzzles at 19 stops and find the answer to exciting questions.  You will learn interesting stories and facts about the history of the hospital. Each chapter contains facts, information, and tasks to play. Discover new things with your family, friends, or even on your own.

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What people are saying about Charité

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4.1 / 5

based on 820 reviews

The tour around the Charite and the clinics was really great. Susanne explained everything to us really well. Showed us some interesting things left and right of the trail. Too bad you couldn't get on the premises due to covid. But the tour was still very nice. And above all very interesting and instructive. If at some point covid should be over, at least we hope so, we will take part in the tour of the site again.

A wonderful guided tour in the footsteps of the pioneers of modern medicine, such as Virchow, Behring, Sauerbruch, just to name a few. Our guide Susanne made it very lively with lots of wit and great expertise. Very interesting the visit to the animal anatomy theater and anatomy. Thank you very much, I will unreservedly recommend this tour.

Very nice and well informed tour guide Kathrin. With City Bikes, he also showed us places next to the tourist hustle and bustle. As a native of East Berlin, she knew one or two personal anectodes to tell. The time flew by very quickly, was informative and entertaining

A great experience for my wife and me. Very informative, our city guide - Susanne - obviously had an unbelievable amount of knowledge, which she knew how to convey in a very dosed way and by no means in a "senior teacher-like" way. The time just flew by ...

Great guide who explained the history of the Charite in a knowledgeable and witty manner using various buildings.