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Berlin Highlights and Hidden Sites Historical Walking Tour

From US$17.60
Highlights
  • Check off top Berlin attractions in a single tour, saving valuable vacation time
  • Guide's commentary reveals facts you might not have discovered on your own
  • Get to know the street scene from the ground up; find places to return later in your trip
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Berlin Highlights and Hidden Sites Historical Walking Tour
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West Berlin Morning
Tour starting in West Berlin, departs at 10am
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Tour starting in East Berlin, departs at 10:30am
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Tour starting in West Berlin, departs at 1:30pm. April to October only
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Overview

Get an in-depth look at Berlin's highlights and hidden sights on this guided walking tour. Visit landmarks such as Checkpoint Charlie, Brandenburg Gate, and the Berlin Wall, and discover more about the German capital’s history than you would if you were exploring independently. Plus, learn about the Nazi Third Reich, the Cold War, and the Teutonic Knights as you visit fascinating locations that many other tours skip.

What to Expect

Choose to begin your walking tour in East Berlin (meet your guide at the Hackescher Markt train station) or in West Berlin (meet at the Zoologischer Garten train station). If you choose to start your tour in West Berlin, please bring a valid train ticket.

With your guide leading you, embark on a stroll through the German capital. Listen to a detailed narrative of Berlin's history, from the times of the Teutonic Knights to its modern incarnation as a cosmopolitan metropolis.

Explore highlights such as Checkpoint Charlie, Brandenburg Gate, and the Reichstag Building. Plus, visit fascinating sites many visitors miss, such as Unter den Linden, the Easter German Government Quarter, and the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church.

Your tour concludes near Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag Building.

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Reviewed yesterday
Historical Walking Tour

This tour was the very first thing we did in Berlin after checking into the hotel. It ended up being the very favorite thing we did in Berlin. It is about 4 hours of walking/standing. Our guide was engaging, interesting, knowledgeable, and funny. The tour...More

Thank Michelle W
Reviewed yesterday
Excellent and informative

Thoroughly enjoyable. Our wonderful and witty guide, Walid, fascinated and entertained us with his breadth of knowledge. We learned so much in one afternoon, and yet he made it all so easy, fun - and compelling. A must!

Thank kmng1
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Historical walking tour

John (“JJ”), our Irish host, did an excellent job of keeping us well informed as we did very comprehensive tour of Berlin. We spent the morning covering the early history and it’s associated buildings and he pointed out which had been totally rebuilt or just...More

Thank Jessica L
Reviewed yesterday
Insider Tour

We had a great guide - Nickolai. He was very informative, with in depth knowledge of the city. He was happy to answer questions and had a great knack of involving the whole group. An excellent way to see the city.

Thank Anni099
Reviewed 2 days ago
Chloe is fantastic!

This tour was such good value - we covered a lot of ground and learnt so much fascinating detail. Chloe was a great guide - she gave great perspective and really knew her stuff. Highly recommend!

Thank Sena R
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sakar305
9 April 2018|
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Response from Mohit D | Reviewed this property |
Nope.
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John P
9 April 2018|
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Response from Mohit D | Reviewed this property |
I would say between 5 and 6 kilometers. The tour lasted around 4.5 hours.
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Barry H
4 April 2018|
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Response from Guillermo S | Reviewed this property |
No, it is a lot of walking and standing I wouldn’t think it suitable for a disabled person.
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