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Discover Berlin Half-Day Walking Tour

Highlights
  • Guided walking tour highlights Mitte landmarks in just half a day
  • Hear in-depth historical commentary about each stop
  • Overview of Berlin on foot gives you ideas for return visits
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Discover Berlin Half-Day Walking Tour
From US$16.80
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Morning Tour DE Guide 10:30am
'Tour departs from a central meeting point in East Berlin at 10:30am. Tour operates from April - October with German tour guide
From US$16.75
Morning Tour 10:30am
'Tour departs from a central meeting point in East Berlin at 10:30am. Tour operates year-round.
From US$16.75
Afternoon Tour 2pm
Tour departs from a central meeting point in East Berlin at 2pm. Tour operates April 1 to October 31 only.
From US$16.75
Overview
See many of Berlin's most important landmarks and highlights, with informative commentary from your guide, on this half-day walking tour of Mitte. Learn insider information on the German city's different eras, stretching from modern times back through the Cold War, Nazi, Imperial, and Prussian time periods. Other stops on this jam-packed guided tour include Checkpoint Charlie, the Holocaust Memorial, the rebuilt Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, and the Berlin Wall.
What to Expect
Meet your guide and group outside of the centrally located Hackescher Markt S-Bahn station. Take off on foot through the city's Mitte district, packed with historic highlights and landmarks.

Walk down Berlin’s Unter den Linden boulevard while listening to an introductory overview of Berlin's history, from its founding to the modern era. Next stops include the Berlin State Library, Neue Wache, the Reichstag, and Pariser Platz.

Imagine what it was like for citizens to pass through Checkpoint Charlie between East and West Berlin, as well as visit Bebelplatz, where the Nazis burned banned books in 1933. Spend some time strolling along the Berlin Wall, and then stop at the Topography of Terror Museum, situated at the former Gestapo and SS Headquarters.

The tour's last stops are Potsdamer Platz, the Friedrichstrasse, and the Gendarmenmarkt. Walk away with a city map including information about other things to do during your stay in Berlin.
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Informative and enjoyable

We did the half day walking tour and thought it was great and really good value for money. Nathan our tour guide was great (we decided not to hold the fact that he was American against him!) he was very knowledgable and obviously new the...More

Thank C_jones89
Reviewed yesterday
fabulous 4 hour walking tour of Berlin!

This was our first visit to Berlin and we couldn't have chosen a more informative and enjoyable tour. Not only did Ken know his stuff but he was also extremely entertaining! What an amazing voice.....he could certainly be heard above the noise and chatter of...More

1  Thank fiveandahalfclub
Reviewed 2 days ago
Excellent way to start our week in Berlin!

Xavier was a very well-informed guide. He was clear, had a broad base of knowledge, had a good sense of humor, and yet provided the appropriate seriousness this city requires, given its complicated history.

1  Thank amadea72
Reviewed 2 days ago
A great overview

We only had two days in Berlin and this 4 hour tour gave us a little bit of lots of things and helped us decide what to do with the rest of our time. Lynsey our guide was excellent, she knew the city and its...More

Thank LinsG74
Reviewed 2 days ago
Excellent Tour

Whenever we visit a new city we always try to book a walking tour learn about the place we are staying in and maybe pick up some local info. Our tour guide was Brett who was both charming and well informed. He took us through...More

Thank Timbo957
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Morina L
14 May 2018|
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Response from Bryan P | Reviewed this property |
I would say yes providing the eleven year old doesn’t mind walking especially if it is raining as it did with me.
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joanp413
7 May 2018|
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Response from 438cr | Reviewed this property |
I think there was 28 - 30 but it was fine.
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joanp413
7 May 2018|
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Response from Matt C | Reviewed this property |
Our group was around 15-16 people. It didn’t at all feel too many and the guide is very inclusive.
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